Abe Alizadeh and escrow officer Mary Sue Weaver pleaded not guilty Friday to federal charges that they defrauded banks out of $20 million. The two appeared in U.S. District Court. Both were released on multimillion-dollar bonds secured by real estate they own.
Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber says Sacramento will eventually get an MLS team. But the league first has to decide how quickly it can expand. The young league is dealing with a variety of growing pains.
The Kitchen, one of Sacramento’s top restaurants, is moving to Broadway. It’s leaving its longtime location on Hurley Way. The ownership group includes Selland Family Restaurants, Unger Construction Co. and Silva Stowell Associates.
The McClatchy Co., publisher of The Sacramento Bee, reported lower first quarter-earnings Friday as print revenues continued to decline. An increase in online advertising wasn’t enough to offset the print decline. McClatchy continues to diversify away from its traditional print advertising base.
California’s year-over-year foreclosure activity falls 13.8 percent in the first quarter. The total includes default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions, according to Irvine-based RealtyTrac.
Early construction work has started at The Mill at Broadway, a major infill housing project in Sacramento. The first phase of 282 residences will target millennials. The Mill will have a park, public market, biking trails and up to 1,000 homes.
The founder of the Cirque Du Soleil said Monday he is giving up the majority stake in his circus troupe that has wowed audiences worldwide for 30 years and propelled him from street performer to billionaire.
Roshaun and Maritza Davis specialize in creating something out of nothing for their clients. They are the people behind Gather, the frolicking monthly street dinner party in Oak Park. The couple’s third major venture is Display, a retail store on Broadway in Oak Park.
The state commission that owns much of the land in downtown Providence where the Pawtucket Red Sox want to build a new ballpark are asking the team's owners for detailed information about their project.
Alice Stern and Billie Schomburg were among the more than 200 people who gathered at a prayer vigil Saturday to show what they say is their unwavering support for Blue Bell Creameries, which is working to resume operations after a series of listeria illnesses linked to its ice cream prompted the company to recall all of its products.