News

Nov 102011
 

  The Yolo County Children’s Alliance will bring back the annual “Community Giveaway Day” on Sat., Nov. 19, from 8 a.m. “until supplies run out” at Westfield Village Elementary School, 508 Poplar Avenue. West Sacramento residents are invited to show up and receive some free household goods, clothes, food, toys and more (bring proof of [...]

Nov 092011
 

NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 9, 2011 – Southport will soon have a couple more fast food restaurants, and these will come with drive-through lanes.   Both are planned for the Lowe’s shopping center on the 2200-block of Lake Washington Boulevard, west of Jefferson. First in line is a Taco Bell, said David Tilley, Senior Planner for [...]

Nov 072011
 

Information for this ‘Police Log’ has come directly from original police reports and documents It’s just a sampling of the reports, calls for service and arrests made by the West Sacramento Police Department during the past week. The information includes citizen complaints and other statements that have not substantiated or verified by an investigation or [...]

Nov 062011
 

 The West Sacramento Community Singers will offer a free concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6 at the local library, 1212 Merkley Ave. Sponsored by the West Sacramento Friends of the Library. The singers are open to “adult singers of all ages and musical ability.” The “interactive” performance will include music from different eras, [...]

Nov 052011
 

NEWS-LEDGER – NOV 2, 2011 – The annual Joey Lopes Crab Feed is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Nov. 12 at the VFW Hall, 905 Drever Street. Planned are no-host cocktails followed by the crab feed and then a raffle and dancing from 9-midnight. $40 donation benefits the Alzheimer’s Aid Society. The late Joey Lopes [...]

Nov 042011
 
Rail car tips, backs up Jefferson

NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 2, 2011 – By St eve Marschke News-Ledger Editor A derailed train car caused a major traffic problem during the lunch hour on Oct. 21, blocking the Jefferson Boulevard/Stone Boulevard intersection and causing a detour and major back-ups. “It wasn’t a rail line issue, it was one particular car,” said Gary Fredericksen, [...]