Brius rescues failing nursing homes, saving jobs, preventing life threatening transfers & improving care

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At a time when the cost to provide health care is soaring, the 81 skilled nursing facilities owned by or related to Brius LLC are spending 5.1% more on patient care than the average facility in California, according to surveys of the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development. If all facilities in the state […]

Celebrating the Contributions of Black Veterans

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SACRAMENTO – The public is invited to celebrate the contributions of Black veterans with an upcoming exhibit. “We Also Served: Honoring the African American Military Experience,” a month-long celebration runs July 1-31 at the Brickhouse Gallery & Art Complex, located at 2837-36th Street. The mixed-media interactive exhibit hosted by the Unsung Heroes Living History Project, […]

Introducing The Golden 1 Center: The News Home of The Sacramento Kings

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SACRAMENTO – Golden 1 Credit Union (Golden 1) and Sacramento Kings today announced a naming rights partnership establishing Golden 1 Center as the name for Sacramento’s world-class entertainment and sports center scheduled to open in fall of 2016. As a result of the partnership, Golden 1 becomes the first credit union in the country to […]

New Charter in North Sacramento to Hold Enrollment Fair

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NORTH SACRAMENTO – Hazel Mahone College Prep is now recruiting students in TK,K, 1 and 2. Hazel Majone will be a tuition-free public charter school and is scheduled to open in August 2015. Those interested in signing up their child are encouraged to attend a student enrollment Fair on Saturday, July 11th at Mt. Calvary Baptist […]

Sacramento Celebrates Juneteenth 2015


SACRAMENTO – Sacramento joins cities across the country this month in celebrating freedom. A number of Juneteenth activities are planned throughout the area. We’ve compiled a list that highlights some local festivities and commemorations. The first of several local Juneteenth celebrations will be held on Sunday, June 14. The Culture Co-op presents a Yolo County […]

Free Summer Camping Trip to Camp Arroyo


CA FairPlay, a non-profit dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with asthma, is now accepting applications for its annual free summer camping trip to Camp Arroyo. This is a chance for children who have been unable to experience summer camp to enjoy outdoor activities in a safe environment. Activities include rock climbing, […]

Presidential Candidate & Renowned Surgeon to Speak At IndiviZible Meeting

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OAK PARK – Presidential candidate and world-renowned pediatric neurosurgeon Benjamin S. Carson, Sr., M.D. will speak at the next IndiviZible meeting on Monday, June 15. As part of the Speakers Series, Dr. Carson will appear at the Guild Theater in Oak Park. The meeting, hosted by Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, will start at 6:00 p.m. […]

County Department of Health & Human Services Administrative Services Center to be Rededicated in Honor of Grantland Johnson

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SACRAMENTO – Sacramento County Supervisor Grantland Johnson’s life and legacy of public service will be recognized Monday, June 8 with the rededication of the County Department of Health and Human Services Administrative Services Center in his honor. The rededication ceremony will take place from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. at the Human Services Administrative Services Center, located […]

Dr. Edward Bush Newly Appointed President of Cosumnes River College

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SACRAMENTO – Edward Bush, a veteran Riverside County community college faculty member and administrator of nearly 17 years, is heading north to become the new president of Cosumnes River College, following the Los Rios District Board’s action Wednesday night to appoint him to the post. Bush, who is currently vice president, Student Services at Riverside […]

Donate your new or used quality books to the Sacramento Black Book Fair


Crystal Bowl Book Club is coordinating the Sacramento Black Book Fair’s (SBBF) Second Annual Book Drive now through June 7. The group’s goal is to gather 300 new or gently used books written by Black authors. All book genres and books for all age groups welcome. Books will be donated to local community organizations that […]