A two-day celebration of all things peachy continues today, filling the streets of downtown Marysville.
It’s a massive undertaking and it’s been over a decade in the making. While construction is still a ways out, once completed Sutter County will essentially have a new city.
Off the beaten path in the foothills, on a 47-acre plot of land overlooking the valley floor, a group is working to restore the property formerly used as a children’s home to be the headquarters of a disabled veterans assistance program.
The talk about Yuba City and the Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) and millions of dollars in unfunded liability began Wednesday night -- Yuba City council members meeting with citizens in the first of a six-part schedule.
Yuba-Sutter residents have one week left if they want to walk across the old Fifth Street bridge before construction crews close down public access for good as part of the ongoing bridge replacement project.
With fuel prices on the rise, an increasing number of Yuba-Sutter residents are considering alternative vehicle solutions – such as electric cars.
Construction continues on the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain in Yuba County on Forty Mile Road near Wheatland, and the facility not only has really taken shape, but there have already been some move-ins.
Marysville City Council members approved a permit for Certified Ag Labs, LLC on Tuesday night, which allows the new cannabis testing lab to be operational as soon as it’s ready.
After Yuba City announced it would be closing Gauche Aquatic Park for five months out of the year due to budget constraints, a number of area residents raised concerns over what the decision will mean for them and their children.
For Toyota Amphitheater employee Jesse Baxter, Wednesday’s active shooter training hit close to home.
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain is looking for local vendors to provide different types of goods and services that will be used throughout the facility once it opens this fall.
A lot has changed in the last 20 years -- technology, social media, the ways we talk, watch movies, get around ... here’s something that has stayed about the same (only gotten better) over two decades: the Marysville Peach Festival.
The Yuba County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a large-scale active shooter training for regional law enforcement at the Toyota Amphitheater in Wheatland this morning (Wednesday).
Cities and counties all across the state are facing the same problem when it comes to addressing their unfunded pension liability through the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS), which has grown significantly in the recent past and is expected to continue increasing for …
Pacific Gas and Electric Company spokesperson Paul Moreno confirmed this week that construction preparation has begun on the $37.3 million local-, state- and federally-funded Highway 99 Caltrans streetscape safety and rehabilitation project scheduled to run about a 1-1/2 mile stretch through…
Yuba City officials have chosen a new head administrator to lead the city into the future – pending final approval at tonight’s meeting – though their selection does come with some blemishes on his record.
An 8-year-old boy suffered second-degree and third-degree burns after playing with a butane can and lighter Saturday and was life-flighted to a Sacramento hospital.
Marysville City Council members will vote today on Ordinance 1418, a development agreement for a cannabis and agriculture laboratory in city limits.
Kobie Respicio, a Saint Mary’s College sophomore, Yuba City native and Special Olympics athlete, went to the state Capitol April 9 to meet with four Assembly members and a senator to lobby on behalf of the Special Olympics.
With powerful earthquakes recently shaking Southern California, many in this area may be wondering if there’s a possibility of that happening in the Yuba-Sutter area.
After a year of contention over California’s lethal force law, Assembly Bill 392 passed in the Senate last week and moved on to Governor Gavin Newsom’s desk.
Colusa airways were busy on Saturday as dozens of planes flew in, creating quite a spectacle for the hundreds of onlookers that gathered at the Colusa County Airport for the 23rd annual Colusa County Old Tyme Fly-In.