‘I Don’t Want To Do It Without Him’: The Boardwalk, Iconic Orangevale Music Venue, For Sale After Owner’s DeathIt’s the end of an era for a Sacramento-area music venue where some of the greatest rock bands played.
Cheesesteaks, French Fries To Power Philadelphia? New Partnership Turning Restaurant Grease Into Green EnergyLifecycle Renewables and Vicinity Energy will recycle more than one million gallons of restaurant waste each year.
Developers Want To Transform Former Natomas Sports Club Into High-End Apartment ComplexThe beloved Natomas Sports Club that closed during the pandemic may soon see a major transformation as developers want to turn it into a high-end apartment complex with plenty of space to work from home.
FDA Completes Inspection Of J&J Vaccine Maker Emergent BioSolutions, Cites Concerns Over Cross-Contamination, SanitationThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration has completed its inspection of the Baltimore-based Johnson & Johnson vaccine maker Emergent BioSolutions Tuesday and "cited a number of observations concerning whether the facility’s processes met our requirements and standards."
Sacramento Passes Ordinance Cracking Down On Massage Businesses Peddling SexSacramento city leaders on Tuesday passed an ordinance cracking down on illegal massage businesses.
Business Districts Say Fewer Restrictions On Criminals Are Driving Out BusinessSacramento County businesses say California's no bail policy and looser chronic-nuisance-offender policies are destroying their livelihoods
Some Sacramento Theaters Remaining Closed Despite Being Allowed To ReopenSome theaters say it doesn't make sense financially to reopen for much smaller audiences
Sacramento City Council Considering New Rules To Stop Illegal Massage BusinessesThere's an effort underway in Sacramento to get rid of illegal massage businesses.
'The Sky's The Limit For The U.S. Economy,' Says Economic AnalystWith vaccinations accelerating and stimulus checks mostly distributed, a growing number of people are venturing out and spending more money.
Signs Of Recovery As California Adds Jobs For 2nd MonthCalifornia employers added 119,600 new jobs in March, the second straight month of growth following a topsy-turvy year of enormous losses and inconsistent gains during an unpredictable pandemic.
Grant Program Seeks To Help Sacramento Businesses That Suffered Through PandemicSacramento is about to go live. As of Thursday, businesses can now host live audiences, conventions, and sporting events, and a grant program aims to boost efforts to bring back business lost because of the pandemic.
Bill To Help Laid-Off Workers Passed By California LegislatureNow that Gov. Gavin Newsom is letting more businesses reopen as coronavirus cases decline, the California Legislature on Thursday passed a bill requiring some hotels and other hospitality companies to offer laid-off workers their jobs back.
Sacramento Businesses Say They Complained So Much About Nearby Homeless Camp That City Agreed To Offer Weekly Trash PickupA group of businesses in the Arden area are calling on the City of Sacramento to do more in protecting and patrolling the homeless encampments outside.
Sacramento Business Owner Writes Letter To Community As Shop Struggles Amid The PandemicAfter nearly 40 years in Sacramento, a local business owner said she’s close to cracking under pandemic pressure.
River Cats Looking To Fill Over 100 PositionsThe River Cats and Sutter Health Field are looking to hire over 100 people for the 2021 baseball season.