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First phase of Garden Highway condo project in contract to sell

Expired entitlements, an owner who couldn’t pull it off and battles with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers didn’t stop a high-end condominium project on the Sacramento River.
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How Sacramento's cost of living compares to biggest U.S. cities

Sacramento is less affordable than many other metros nationwide, but it's not as bad as several other cities in California, according to a recent cost of living analysis. Move.org recently analyzed …
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Arden Way is getting bike lanes and a new look

Arden Way is going to get a new look over the next several years.
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Doors padlocked at Diplomat Steakhouse downtown

It appears The Diplomat Steakhouse, located near the State Capitol in downtown Sacramento, has closed. A large lock was on the doors to the business at 1117 11th St. during the restaurant's regular …
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Ed Goldman: Local deejay John Hamilton has some sound ideas about recording careers

John Hamilton believes that if he builds it, they will not only come but also leave playing and singing. “It” is a nonprofit recording studio he wants to create where mostly underserved students woul…
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5 things to know, and a local escape room could be the nation's best

Happy Tuesday, loyal readers. It's apparently National Radio Day. Here's what else you need to know. Ready, set, vote A locally based business is among the nominees for the best escape room in the…
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Greater Sacramento eyes South by Southwest for recruiting potential

The Greater Sacramento Economic Council is taking a tip from Texas, and considering sending a recruiting delegation to the Lone Star State during its big festival of technology, music and art. Sacra…
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Elk Grove looks at two sites for future affordable housing

Elk Grove city officials are looking at two potential sites, totaling about 17 acres, to acquire and develop with affordable/workforce housing.
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29th Annual Chalk It Up Festival

This Labor Day weekend, Chalk It Up celebrates our 29th year celebrating art and music in Sacramento. Schedule:August 31, 201910:00am - 10:30am: Girls Rock10:45am - 11:15am: Light Rays11:30am - 12:00…
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Sacramento Harvest Festival 2019

Get ready for an exceptional shopping experience best shared with friends and family.Family-owned and operated, we take pride in upholding the tradition of excellence that has been enjoyed for 47 yea…
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'Aquaman' Star Jason Momoa, 'Charmed' Standouts Combs, Krause To Attend Wizard World Sacramento

Jason Momoa, who rocketed to superstardom in Justice League (2017) and Aquaman (2018), "Charmed" stars Holly Marie Combs and Brian Krause, Richard Grieco (A Night At The Roxbury, "21 Jump Stree…
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First guests announced for Wizard World's Sacramento convention

With about a month until the Wizard World pop culture convention stops in Sacramento, its celebrity lineup is shaping up.  Representatives from the traveling series of conventions on Monday announce…
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Growing mortgage market attracts more lenders to Sacramento

The Sacramento mortgage market is getting more competitive, with steady growth in the number of lenders over the past five years.
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More mural photos from Wide Open Walls (SLIDESHOW)

The Wide Open Walls mural festival wrapped up this past weekend, but you can still check out the new murals painted around the Sacramento area. View the accompanying slideshow for second part of ou…
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Tribe buys more than 5,000 acres of Yolo grazing land

The tribe that owns Cache Creek Casino Resort has bought more agricultural land in Yolo County.
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