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Sacramento Local Jetta Linda Ostrofsky to Compete in Worst Cooks in America Competition

Food Network celebrates the first day of 2017 with Anne Burrell, Rachael Ray and a brand-new roster of hapless cooks in the return of primetime series Worst Cooks in America on Sunday, January 1st at 9pm (all times ET/PT). In the ten-episode series that turns kitchen nightmares into skilled cooks, …

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Dental Health Tips for the Holidays

Thanksgiving arrives this week, signaling the start of a cherished holiday season filled with both giving and receiving. Thanksgiving is not only a good time to think about others, but also a time to think about our own oral health and overall health. Here’s some advice from Western Dental to help …

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FREE Holiday Parking Program Nov. 25 to Dec. 25 in Midtown & Old Sacramento

In an effort to encourage residents to dine and shop downtown during the holiday season, the City of Sacramento will offer free metered parking during modified hours. The City will offer free parking on weekdays after 4:30 p.m. and all-day on weekends starting Nov. 25 through Dec. 25 in midtown …

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2016 Residential Leaf Season Collection Schedule

First Day Out: October 31, 2016 Last Day Out:  January 29, 2017 CLAW SCHEDULE: Leaf pile pickup occurs approximately every two weeks. All streets will have at least one collection occur between October 31 and November 10, 2016. You can use the Sacrecycle Collection Calendar to receive an estimate of the next …

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Reminder: Expanded Parking Operating Hours in Residential, Metered & Non-metered Spaces

Full enforcement will begin, Tues, November 1 on the following designated streets: 10 p.m. end time: Streets bound by Front Street to the west side of 16th Street, and from W Street to C Street/Railyards Boulevard 8 p.m. end time: Streets bound by the east side of 16th street to …

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More Than 200 Shelter Beds Are Now Available for 24 Hours a Day Seven Days a Week

The City of Sacramento, in partnership with Sutter Health, announced funding to expand services at the Salvation Army’s Center of Hope Emergency Shelter. Funding will support services for 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The City will finalize a $511,000 contract with The Salvation Army. Funding was made …

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GetHereSac.com Website Encourages Sacramento Residents to Get Downtown

The City of Sacramento launched a public education campaign and trip planner in advance of the Golden 1 Center opening. Get Here Sac encourages the public to consider using alternative modes of transportation such as light rail, walking, biking, ride share, and other modes first before driving. The new online …

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Tales and Ales Brewfest Fundraiser

Tales and Ales Brewfest Fundraiser   Join Fairytale Town as they celebrate their 57th anniversary. Local craft breweries will be on-site pouring unlimited tastes of their beers. Enjoy live music by AKAlive on the Mother Goose Stage. Local food trucks — including Cecil’s Taste, Flavor Face, andSlightly Skewed — will be …

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Prepare For Emergencies Or Become A Zombie. It is your choice! by John Schmidt, Emergency Manager (retired)

Zombie Preparedness by John Schmidt, MS, CEM Emergency Manager Emeritus Long before the recent Zombie craze I coined this description of what a Zombie is in our Emergency Preparedness Slang. A Zombie: a person or a group of people who did not prepare for an emergency or disaster, who now …

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