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Home & Garden tour is a sure bet for April 29

Mar 09 2017

By Lori Harder Special to the Viewpoint So much rain will give way to warm, sunny and verdant green days this spring. The highlight will be the…

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Family cookie recipe becomes Gunther’s flavor-of-the-month

Mar 18 2017

Carol and Peter Blackman of 26th Street got an unexpected surprise from their high school friend Larry Ginsburg at last year’s wine tasting.…

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Rebuilding Together Sacramento Provides Free Home Energy Improvements

Mar 16 2017

Rebuilding Together Sacramento (RTS) services improve the health, safety, efficiency, and curb…

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Run Because You Can 5K will come through Curtis Park April 2

Mar 15 2017

By Viewpoint Staff Local nonprofit Runnin’ for Rhett will hold its seventh annual Run Because You Can 5K April 2. The run will start at…

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Trees in Curtis Park: Getting to the root of the problem

Mar 14 2017

By Dan Pskowski Viewpoint staff Several residents have inquired about the recently planted oak trees along Crocker Drive why they look like…

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Schenirer’s message: We thrive through teamwork

Mar 13 2017

We all love our neighborhood for a variety of reasons. From the historic homes, to the mature trees, to the community events such as First Friday,…

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County Fair encourages kids to exhibit garden in a wheelbarrow

Mar 12 2017

City kids exhibit at the Sacramento County Fair just like their rural counterparts who show off their animals through 4H. Only in the city, thanks…

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SCNA begins strategic planning effort

Mar 11 2017

By Andrea Rosen Viewpoint staff writer Last year the SCNA budgeted for a strategic planning consultant. It issued a Request for Proposal…

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Community support needed for long overdue 24th Street Theatre repairs

Mar 10 2017

By Terri Shettle Executive Director, SCNA Since the last theater update in 2005, we have logged more than 600,000 people, 3,000 shows, and…

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City asks court to quash harassing subpoenas

Mar 08 2017

In two lawsuits filed against the City Council and the City of Sacramento by the Petrovich Development Company (Petrovich), at least 30 subpoenas…

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McClatchy music and art wing undergoes transformation

Feb 22 2017

By Ariel Calvert Viewpoint staff McClatchy High School recently introduced its new Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) program — an umbrella…

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