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Marketing with a health advantage: VertX adds antimicrobial coating to transit ads

A startup launched by a University of California Davis engineering student is trying to raise a $250,000 seed round of funding to expand its antibacterial transit handle and advertising business. Ve…
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Delta island with marina listed for $1.2 million

For those who’ve wistfully thought of buying an island of their own, there’s an opportunity in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. Tony Wood of KW Commercial is listing 9-acre Brannan Island, in…
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Signs point to new development at Delta Shores

Earlier this month, the Sacramento City Council approved establishing a communities facilities district for Delta Shores. Here's what that could mean for the site.
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Sutter Davis Hospital to embark on $52 million expansion

The hospital is set to see a substantial expansion of its birthing center and emergency department.
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More companies are hiring individuals with disabilities

As unemployment rates stay low, one segment of the population is entering the workforce in increasing numbers: individuals with disabilities.
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Rep. Chu Ranked 9th Most Active Member of 116th Congress

Washington, DC — Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) is the 9th most active member of the 116th Congress, according to a new report by Quorum Analytics, which studied legislative activity from the beginning of the…
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Rep. Chu Statement on Trump Administration Plan to Abuse Immigrant Children

Washington, DC — Today, Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan announced a final rule instituting numerous significant changes to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Health and Human Services (HH…
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Ed Goldman: United Way’s Square One chalks up impressive outcomes at Robla School District

Stephanie Bray describes Square One, a collaborative effort to raise the grades and futures of kids in Title I underserved school districts, as “a philosophy and approach more than a program. It show…
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5 things to know, and a Downtown Commons eatery opens Friday

Happy Thursday, loyal readers. I'm looking forward to seeing you at our Best of the Bar reception tonight. Here's what else you need to know. New poke shop in downtown Sacramento The locally owned…
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Sacramento gets plans for downtown hotel. But who's proposing it?

A new hotel is being planned for a long-empty property in downtown Sacramento. But the developer or proponent for the project is unclear.
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Let the Numbers Do the Talking

We have used this space numerous times in the past to talk about our What A Waste initiative and the benefit that it has been to congregate nutrition programs across the country. Four years after we …
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Healing Arts Festival 2019

The Healing Arts Festival is Sacramento’s Premier Metaphysical, Spiritual and Holistic Expo offering a place for healing of body, mind, and soul. We embrace all spiritual paths and expressions of uni…
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Project to widen South Watt Avenue moves forward

Sacramento County is planning a construction project to ease traffic on South Watt Avenue.
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Biz Smarts: Replace performance reviews with 'expectation discussions'

Although perhaps blasphemous to HR professionals, and maybe labor lawyers too, I’ve grown to hate the time-honored practice of annual performance reviews. I see it as an enormous waste of time for ma…
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Lennar buys Placer Vineyards property for $37.46 million

In one of the biggest residential land sales locally this year, Lennar Homes has bought more than 200 undeveloped acres west of Roseville for $37.46 million.
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