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Hubacher Cadillac had long history as a north area business

Note: This is part two in a series about and related to Hubacher Cadillac. A large piece of property lies vacant at the northwest corner of Howe Avenue and Fair Oaks Boulevard. But there was a time when the site

Scholarships available through Sacramento Pioneer Association

The Sacramento Pioneer Association – a 159-year-old organization that was founded by early prominent Sacramentans such as Gov. John Bigler, C.P. Huntington, Mark Hopkins, August Heilbron, B.F. Hastings and Dr. John Frederick Morse – is presently offering history themed scholarships

Former East Sacramento resident Louis F. Breuner played essential roles in East Lawn’s establishment, Breuner’s store

Editor’s Note: This is part seven in a series about the rich history of and associated with East Sacramento’s award-winning East Lawn Memorial Park. In the history of Sacramento, one of the most recognized surnames is Breuner. And had it

Herbert Yee: Cultivating growth in Sacramento

Well-known Sacramento resident, retired dentist Dr. Herbert Yee may have recently turned 87 years old, but his age has certainly not hindered his motivation to contribute to the community. His latest contribution is bringing a unique, 30,000-square-foot grocery store to

Congregation B’nai Israel has roots dating back to the Gold Rush

  The 15th Street synagogue at 1421 15th St. served the congregation from 1904 to 1954. / Photo courtesy of Congregation B’nai Israel For more than a half a century, Congregation B’nai Israel has had a temple in Land Park