New governor tells the 94th annual Chamber of Commerce host breakfast that homeless problem is a national disgrace.Read More
Sacramentans head to Washington to lobby for money; costs should be shared by all.
Only political action will change the rules of the game.
Packaging up the love of human beings into eight page publications.
No taxation without bank representation and other 420 thoughts.
Publisher Jeff vonKaenel looks back over the last 30 years.
Surveillance Capitalism and our future.
Bans don’t work; taxes have a proven track record.
Yes, I actually agree with Trump on something–we should have access to health care costs.
Investment in infrastructure seems expensive until you consider the alternative.
Asking about citizenship will worsen undercount and is just plain wrong.
Enter your college essays in the SN&R’s tenth annual College Essay Contest… for prizes and fame!
At the Sac Central Labor Council Crab Feed, our publisher finds a link between the new progressive Democratic agenda and the progressive union agenda.
Sac Metro Chamber’s 124th annual Dinner & Business Awards event hints at a new direction.
Massive developments in the planning for downtown; let’s avoid the pitfalls of other cities.
Locking up drug offenders is not the solution.
Hundreds of teenagers causing chaos at Arden Fair Mall points to the need for funding for youth activities.