It seems like a lot of money to spend when there’s nothing wrong with the current crosswalks, but members of Sacramento’s LGBT community who are pushing for more pizzazz say it would make a bold statement.
The plan would have property owners near the proposed lines decide if they want to pick up $30 million of the investment over 30 years. The process will start with a survey that will be sent out this week.
Old Sacramento is gearing up for its 15th annual New Year’s Eve Sky Spectacular. The event can bring in 25,000 to 40,000 people, and the weather is promising to bring a chilly end to 2014.
A man caught was caught on camera dumping a puppy into a fenced yard in midtown Sacramento.
With preparations for Christmas still underway, New Year’s Eve is right around the corner too, and the folks who brought you TBD Fest in West Sacramento over the summer are hoping you’ll make it out to their new year’s eve block party in midtown.
While there are many different and somewhat defined neighborhoods, the area around what is known as Midtown, which mixes with downtown, is an all around excellent bit of the city to explore on foot.
From its early beginnings, Sacramento has steadily spread out. As it did so, neighborhoods sprung up and businesses developed. Families gave each of the many named neighborhoods a flavor of their own.
Brian Ersen has a broken ankle, bruised ribs, a severed artery near his ear, and most of his body is covered in road rash after police say he was intentionally run over on his bicycle by Tran.
Dressed in an orange jumpsuit, the 31-year-old faced a judge on charges he allegedly intentionally hit a bicyclist with his car in Midtown, then hit two others as he drove off.
The accident happened at about 4:30 p.m. when police say the suspect tried to rob the El Dorado Savings Bank on J Street in Midtown.
Esquire magazine named Midtown’s Shady Lady Saloon as one of the Top 25 bars in the nation.
“I was sitting there and started saying my prayers,” 98-year-old Margaret said. “I had just got up and somebody started knocking on my door saying, ‘Come on, come on, Margaret, Hurry up, hurry up.’”