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  1. Kaiser and city trumpet railyard medical center, but details are fewRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Business Journal

    Kaiser Permanente put a flag in the ground for its future development of a medical center in the railyard Wednesday. But officials with the nonprofit medical giant also said there's not a lot more to share yet.

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  2. Data and phone customers hit by outage in possible coordinated attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Business Journal

    An unknown number of Internet and phone customers in Northern California lost service early Tuesday after major data lines were severed in what may have been a deliberate attack. Level 3 Communications, one of the affected providers, said several lines in Northern California were cut, but offered no detail.

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  3. Behind the List: These companies have most employees in Yolo CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Business Journal

    This week's list of the largest employers in Yolo County features 25 companies or government agencies that have 214 or more employees in the county. The University of California at Davis tops the list with 12,646 employees counted in full-time equivalents.

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  4. Railyard hospital could bolster Kaiser growth, dominance in regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Business Journal

    Kaiser Permanente's plan to build a hospital in the Sacramento railyard delivers a huge economic boost to downtown development and growth opportunity for Kaiser, sources say. A hospital could bring thousands of jobs to the site, draw foot traffic likely to patronize other business in the area and would give Kaiser a competitive edge in signing up new members in the growing Natomas market.

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  5. Sacramento region hit hard by CalPERS health plan rate hikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Business Journal

    Eyes popped last week when the California Public Employees' Retirement System approved a average HMO premium hike of 7.21 percent in 2016 - but the news is worse for public agency workers in the Sacramento area. People who work for cities, counties, school districts and other public agencies in the four-county Sacramento region face an average HMO premium increase next year of 12.2 percent.

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  6. Caterpillar dealer Holt says former controller embezzled $4M, went on spending spreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Business Journal

    Heavy equipment dealer Holt of California is suing its former controller, alleging he took more than $4 million from the company. The suit, filed June 12, alleges Kevin Co used the money to buy everything from cars to travel to online games.

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  7. Affordable housing project in West Sacramento set to win cap-and-trade grantRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | Business Journal

    A mixed-use project in West Sacramento appears to be the sole affordable housing project in the four-county region to win a cap-and-trade grant this year. West Gateway Place, formerly known as Delta Lane in the Bridge District, is set to win $6.5 million in cap-and-trade grants earmarked for affordable housing projects.

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  8. Raley's takes step to solving food-waste problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Business Journal

    A new program at Raley's Family of Fine Stores will determine if beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Well, at least when it comes to produce.

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  9. Construction begins next week on mixed-use project in Bridge DistrictRead the original story

    Friday Jun 19 | Business Journal

    Work on the first mixed-use affordable housing project in West Sacramento's Bridge District will begin Monday. Construction of West Gateway Place, formerly known as Delta Lane , should take 18 months.

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  10. a Tesla gets $15M California tax credit, but also gets some flakRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Business Journal

    Tesla Motors formally won a $15 million California tax credit on Thursday, but not without some dissent among state officials making the decision. Tesla was the biggest beneficiary among 63 companies that shared in nearly $50 million in credits awarded through the California Competes state incentive program .

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  11. Design firm migration to downtown Sacramento continuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    Design firms continue a migration from suburban locations to downtown Sacramento, with new worth that one in West Sacramento will move to R Street by year's end. Moving into 5,400 square feet at 13th and R is the best way to make connections with both clients and employees, said MTA president and CEO Therese Kingsbury .

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  12. West Sacramento hopes to lure investment in redeveloping neighborhoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    Hoping to spur more development in designated parts of the city, West Sacramento is exploring a forerunner to redevelopment agencies. Tonight, the City Council will take the first step toward creating infrastructure financing districts.

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  13. Apartment project with edgy design adds to potent mix in West SacramentoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 | Business Journal

    Built next to Fulcrum Property's eye-catching Park Moderns/Habitat development in West Sacramento, and affordable apartment project called The Rivermark has some distinguishing architecture of its own. The Rivermark has elements that suggest urban, post-modern and even recycled.

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  14. BloodSource restructures, lays off 31Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Business Journal

    Sacramento-based BloodSource will close three centers by the end of July and lay off 31 people, a company spokeswoman confirmed Monday. No Sacramento-area centers will be closed - in fact, expansion is planned.

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  15. Raley's is closing store on Mack RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | Business Journal

    A Raley's store at 4551 Mack Road in Sacramento will close on Sept. 12, the West Sacramento-based grocer confirmed on Friday.

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  16. a What Plan B might look like: Potential streetcar funding optionsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 3 | Business Journal

    Although Tuesday's vote leaves Sacramento's streetcar with no clear path forward , the project could still become reality with the help of cap-and-trade dollars, a new Sacramento sales tax or an assessment district, Regional Transit's chief executive said Wednesday. "We know there are a number of options, but haven't selected an alternative at this point," said Mike Wiley , general manager of RT.

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  17. Raley's hires chief operating officerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | Business Journal

    Raley's Family of Fine Stores has hired a new chief operating officer, filling a position that's been vacant for about five years. New COO Keith Knopf has 25 years of retail experience and most recently held a leadership role with Wisconsin-based Kohl's Corp. "I am a strong believer in delivering a personalized customer experience and involving team members in the company's vision," Knopf said in a news release.

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  18. Developers and leaders see a great future -- with lots of work -- for urban coreRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | Business Journal

    Developers and top civic officials were brimming with optimism -- tempered with a recognition of real challenges -- at a Business Journal-sponsored event Friday about the region's urban center. They saluted projects such as the railyard, the downtown arena and several mixed-use projects in progress or in the works.

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  19. Railyard/Richards Boulevard: Township Nine, other projects promise to transform areaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | Business Journal

    People want to live and locate their business in areas that are active, where things are happening. We welcome the activity generated by the Entertainment and Sports Center, a MLS stadium and more central city housing.

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  20. What Broderick owners are planningRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2015 | Business Journal

    Their restaurant group, which includes multiple local eateries, officially is called Working Class Heroes. "We come from very modest beginnings," Jarosz said.

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