Our network

Bowl of pigeon heads found along with machete in Sacramento


ID=70681504

SACRAMENTO - Another gruesome discovery involving animal body parts has been made in the city of Sacramento. Animal control workers are trying to figure out if this find and previous ones are linked and who is responsible.

The latest one is in the Pocket area of Sacramento just off Pocket Road and Windbridge Drive.

Early Sunday morning, a person walking along Pocket Road by Garcia Bend Park stumbled upon a bowl of bird parts.

Community Sponsors

Grooming dogs & cats of all breeds since 1966!
Your Path to Success, Creativity, Resilience, & Happiness is Personal & Dynamic!

Clang Clang Clang Went the Trolley

Clang Clang Clang Went the Trolley

Sacramento’s historic street cars

It’s here! On Tuesday is the East Sacramento Preservation Speaker Series—William Burg, history of the Sacramento trolley system. Come March 31, 6:00 PM Clunie Club House 602 Alhambra Blvd. Bill will discuss our historic trolley car system that ran through Sacramento and the challenges of bringing it back.

We guarantee raffle winners of Bill’s Sacramento history books. Including Sacramento’s Street Cars, and Midtown Sacramento-Creative Soul of the City... Read More

Vegetation Cleanup Becomes Zoo Browse

Vegetation Cleanup Becomes Zoo Browse

Thanks to the efforts and dedication of a local father, The Sacramento Zoo’s browse program continues to flourish, and the animals continue to find themselves with browse to eat. John Cleckler, a local father dedicated to preserving nature, organized volunteer work days to clean and preserve a Sacramento area Wildlife Preserve. Rather than wasting the branches and clippings from the trees, the parents from the California Montessori Project’s Carmichael Campus regularly bring the edible clippings to the Zoo as a donation. ... Read More

Dog'gone Good Fun Day in the Park this Sunday, March 29th, at Rusch Park Citrus Heights

Dog'gone Good Fun Day in the Park this Sunday, March 29th, at Rusch Park Citrus Heights

Every year Sierra Pacific Great Pyrenees Club (rescue) puts on an annual event called "Dog'gone Good Fun Day at the Park". It's open to the public and we invite all spayed/neutered, mixed bred dogs and purebreds to come and play in the park and have a "dog'gone good fun day in the park".  The event is Sunday, March 29th at Rusch Park in Citrus Heights.  

Obedience, rally and canine good citizenship tests are in the morning with raffles and doggie diva costume contests at lunch around noon.  There are food concessions and raffles...you can even buy your doggies a new collar or costume, if you didn't bring one with you.  Ladies have been busy baking and will offer "feel good food" for sale.

Community Sponsors

Your Path to Success, Creativity, Resilience, & Happiness is Personal & Dynamic!
Grooming dogs & cats of all breeds since 1966!

Neighbors Build Community With Earth Day Musical Event

Neighbors Build Community With Earth Day Musical Event

In true grassroots style neighbor Josh Hoover is opening up his home as a “musical salon.” This event celebrates music and community. All are welcome.

Celebrate Earth Day with a

House Concert!

Classical & Folk Music

Guitar & Violin “Solos & Duets”

Saturday April 18 at  7:00 pm

$10 suggested donation to musicians

601 San Antonio Way

For more information contact

Josh Hoover at 731-5012... Read More

Excitement builds for Elk Grove running event all to benefit youth sports scholarships

Excitement builds for Elk Grove running event all to benefit youth sports scholarships

As a mom of two boys, Tamra Rickman felt she needed to do more than just remind her sons to do their chores and finish their homework. She wanted something for them to do as family. She encouraged her sons to take up sports and thought there would be plenty of benefits to them being on a team.

“It gave them a sense of responsibility. It gave us something to talk about. Sports also teach time management, teamwork and being prepared,” said Rickman, whose sons have played soccer and baseball.

The challenge was figuring out how to pay for all the expenses associated with playing a team sport. From the registration fees, to the uniforms and gear, and in some cases, the cost of travelling to games and events, the price to play can be in the hundreds or thousands of dollars.

But that’s where the Elk Grove Youth Sports Foundation(EGYSF) comes in.

Sacramento Kings Foundation Announces Recipients for the Inaugural Pete Saco Awards

Sacramento Kings Foundation Announces Recipients for the Inaugural Pete Saco Awards

The Sacramento Kings and the Sacramento Kings Foundation announced the three recipients of t... Read More