Monday, June 24, 2013

Sacramento Morning Roundup: City council to review handling money for railyard road

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City council to review handling money for railyard road

A Sacramento City Council decision next month could literally pave the way for two more housing projects within the nascent railyards project.


GO-Biz helps SACTO bring mortgage firm here

The Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development, known as GO-Biz, played a role in helping lure PennyMac Mortgage Investment Trust to Sacramento, a move that will create 200 full-time jobs and pump $133 million into the local economy.


West Sacramento taking bids for bridge over Barge Canal

West Sacramento is moving toward building another bridge — one that's entirely within the city rather than one crossing into Sacramento.


Video profiles of Women Who Mean Business

Women from different sectors around Sacramento's business community were honored Thursday at the Business Journal's annual Women Who Mean Business awards, and now there's video profiles.


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Hostess plans for Twinkies to hit the shelves soon

Mogavero Notestine wins award for Mercy Housing project

Aerojet Rocketdyne successfully tests rocket motor for space exploration

Sacramento gas prices creeping back up

Still too big to fail? Banks present crisis plan to Fed

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