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Larry Kelley is one of the most significant individual jobs creators in Sacramento today, but his next act may top it all.
It’s impossible to know whether the young man who slammed into Hilary Abramson has any idea how badly he injured her and how profoundly his carelessness altered her life.
Searching for a lost identity is hard enough. But searching for a lost identity while trying to survive in a profession devoid of mercy? Well, then you’re the A’s.
In the looming public vote to change how Sacramento is governed by switching more authority to the mayor, opponents utilize the same weapon: Fear.
Over a Friday night dinner with a representative for Major League Soccer, my questions about whether Sacramento stood a chance to be an MLS city were stopped cold by a question put to me:
In the end, it worked out exactly as the Savage family wanted: The River Cats, their family business and Sacramento’s Triple-A baseball team, will be affiliated with the San Francisco Giants ending a 15-year partnership with the Oak...
Despite national acclaim, Mayor Kevin Johnson faces his most formidable foe of all right now – one with the power to pour cold water on him and his political legacy.
Mayor Kevin Johnson is reassembling the team of strategists that helped him keep the Kings in Sacramento, but this time their job will be to get the city a franchise in Major League Soccer.
There are two Oak Park’s now – the northern edge moving ahead and areas to the south where residents contend with the homeless, prostitution and illegal dumping.
Months ago, I tried to write a column about a case of domestic violence involving the murder of a beloved woman named Leslie Pinkston.