Thursday, May 30, 2013

Sacramento Morning Roundup: L Street Lofts sales resume

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L Street Lofts sales resume

A midtown Sacramento symbol of both the rise and fall of local real estate appears to be on the rise again.


Bill aims to ease problems for mental health patients

The state Senate has approved a measure that would give counties more options for individuals with severe mental illness who are facing involuntary treatment — and could relieve overcrowded local emergency rooms struggling to cope with the issue.


Foreclosure sale prices rise sharply

The price of homes still being sold through foreclosure auctions rose 21 percent in Sacramento in the first quarter of 2013, according to a new report from RealtyTrac.


UC Davis christens 'sustainable winery' building

The University of California Davis has opened a $4 million building dedicated to sustainable winemaking.


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Large number of workers packing on pounds

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Roseville Sports Authority celebrates remodel

California jobless claims drop by 16,000

MeringCarson division gets Sunrise MarketPlace account

Link between small biz ownership and health?

Intel buys ST-Ericsson's GPS division

Meet Pegatron, the company building the new iPhone

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