12 results for "Bob Shallit"
Most people would say I’ve had an eventful life since I retired from my columnist job at The Sacramento Bee nearly two years ago.
Retirement can be a difficult life transition and experts say couples need to discuss some of the challenges or risk becoming part of an alarming trend: the growing number of “gray” divorces.
Cary Adams didn’t spend a lot of time kicking back after retiring from his Sacramento law firm six years ago.
After years of meetings, negotiations and plan revisions, not to mention $30 million spent on site cleanup, Paul Petrovich is finally about to break ground on what he's calling his "legacy" project.
An eye-catching mural has just gone up in midtown Sacramento on a most unusual canvas: a formerly drab transformer box owned by the Sacramento Metropolitan Utility District.
Sacramento's Howe 'Bout Arden shopping center is about to be sold to a Bay Area company that may convert the center and several adjacent properties into a massive "lifestyle" complex.
The Pavilions may become the place to go again, thanks to a revitalization campaign being sparked by new tenants, a refocus on entertainment and the arrival of a couple of crowd-drawing neighbors.
The old-school barbershop is about to make a comeback in Sacramento with a nouveau twist.
Officials have identified the third person to die from a mushroom poisoning incident at a Loomis senior care facility. He is Frank Warren Blodgett, 90, according to the Placer County Sheriff's Department. Two others, Teresa Olesniewicz, ...
It was a rough Thanksgiving day for a half-dozen families forced to flee their Citrus Heights apartment complex by a fire late Wednesday. The blaze started in the bedroom of one unit at 7747 Greenback Lane, said Metro Fire spokeswoman Michelle...