The Steinberg Review December 1 – December 7
Every week we highlight important news around the greater Sacramento region.
Thousands of runners representing 37 countries hit the pavement in Folsom on Sunday and made their 26.2-mile trip into downtown Sacramento for the California International Marathon.
A 4.8-mile pedestrian and bike trail through a half-dozen South Sacramento neighborhoods got a boost Thursday when the Sacramento Area Council of Governments allocated $6 million for the project.
Post office volunteers are helping to sort letters that children throughout Sacramento are writing to Santa. The volunteers found that many kids aren't asking for big-ticket items. Instead, they're requesting the basic necessities.
Capital Public Radio: Sacramento Is Once Again A Host City For The Amgen Tour of California
The Amgen Tour of California is out with its list of host cities and the Sacramento area plays a key role for the fifth consecutive year. The tour gets underway May 12, spanning from Sacramento to Pasadena for the men’s race.
Wednesday was a big day for Zebediah. When he stepped out of his Sacramento home, he was greeted by law enforcement officials with the police department, the sheriff's department and the fire department.
CleanTechnica: Electric Carsharing Program Launched In Sacramento
Over one hundred EVs are being deployed in a carsharing initiative brought to Sacramento by Envoy and Electrify America. 142 Volkswagen e-Golf electric cars will be available in the Sacramento area by early 2019 at 71 locations.