Apr 272011
 

By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor At his “State of the City” speech on April 14, Mayor Christopher Cabaldon lauded West Sacramento’s potential to partner with UC Davis to create an “innovation hub” that builds a link between academic research and the private sector. The project could involve fields such as food science, he said. “We [...]

Apr 222011
 

News-Ledger Online – April 22, 2011 This press release is just in from the West Sacramento Police Department: “On April 21, 2011 at approximately 9:20 pm, the West Sacramento Police Department responded to 700 block of Hardy Dr. for an assault in progress.  As officers were responding the Community Response Team (CRT) was in the [...]

Apr 222011
 

News-Ledger web article April 22, 2011 This press release is just in from the West Sacramento Police Department: “On April 21, 2011 at approximately 9:20 pm, the West Sacramento Police Department responded to 700 block of Hardy Dr. for an assault in progress.  As officers were responding the Community Response Team (CRT) was in the [...]

Apr 152011
 
Mayor Cabaldon's State of the City address

NEWS-LEDGER WEB ARTICLE April 15, 2011 By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor     The West Sacramento Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual ‘State of the City’ dinner and address on April 14 at the city hall galleria. Several hundred people attended. Mayor Christopher Cabaldon gave the keynote address, in which he covered a lot of [...]

Apr 132011
 

NEWS-LEDGER – APRIL 13, 2011 –   (Editor’s note: in his April 14 ‘State of the City’ speech, Mayor Christopher Cabaldon cited this company as an example of promising new industry coming to West Sacramento. He didn’t name the company because the deal hasn’t been finalized. Here’s our article from April 13.) By Steve Marschke [...]

Mar 302011
 

News-Ledger  – March 30, 2011   Without that awning, it could have been a lot worse: a local two-year old is recovering after a fall from a second-story window Monday evening. The accident happened at the Holly Court apartments on Maple Street.    “The two-year old girl was in the living room of an apartment on [...]