The Steinberg Review November 17 – November 23
Every week we highlight important news around the greater Sacramento region.
CBS Sacramento: Rain In Old Sacramento Doesn’t Stop Tree Lighting Festivities
Preparations are underway to clean up city streets ahead of more rain. The rain was steadily falling Wednesday afternoon, but it may be helping with the air quality, washing away the smoke from the Camp Fire.
Thanksgiving may be three days away but thousands of people in downtown Sacramento were already giving thanks. "I can't give you my gratitude enough,” said Ernest Gueyger, who was at the Sacramento Food Bank to pick up a free Thanksgiving meal.
Families camped out in the cold, smoky conditions overnight to get a turkey and groceries from the Sacramento Food Bank. Thanks to the community's generosity during last week's KCRA Turkey Drive, more than 16,000 turkeys will be given to families in Sacramento County.
CBS Sacramento: Butte County Residents Get Free Admission To Crocker Art Museum
Butte County residents impacted by the Camp Fire have been through a lot of trauma in the past couple weeks, so the Crocker Art Museum is offering free admission to all residents affected by the catastrophic fire.
The Sacramento Bee: Race isn’t over for charities after Run to Feed the Hungry draws a smaller crowd
More than 27,000 people were greeted with sunny skies and smoke-free air Thursday as they jogged through the streets of East Sacramento for the 25th annual Run to Feed the Hungry.
The Sacramento Bee: Developer files plans to fill CalPERS ‘hole in the ground.’ What’s next?
A plan to build the tallest building in Sacramento took a step forward Thursday when developers submitted an application to the city, but the project still has a long way to go before construction can begin at the long-vacant “hole in the ground” site.