Mayor Darrell Steinberg and old town business leaders say they want to turn the area into a bigger draw year-round – the kind of place Northern Californians will come to even when the in-laws aren’t in town. As part of this push, the city is considering a
Tony BizjakThe Sacramento Bee
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California Highway Patrol officers moved homeless campers off the grounds of the state courthouse in downtown Sacramento Monday night. The campers, who moved a short distance away to a city sidewalk, said the courthouse had been a safe place for them afte
ArtStreet wows visitors on Saturday Feb. 4, 2017. The temporary exhibit, featuring the work of more than 100 artists and performers, is on display until Feb. 25th. It is located at The Mill on Broadway and is free on a first come first serve basis. For