County real estate sales

Address     Sale Price Davis (95616) 719 Kestrel Pl.     $275,000 317 Norte Ave.     320,000 Davis (95618) 3156 Nantucket Ter.     $290,000 2828 Ponteverde Ln.     297,000 2445 Albany Ave.     359,000 44282 N. El Macero Dr.     387,000 2301 Roualt St.     415,000 2763 Concord […]

Many apartments available as West Village units come online

College students are smarting from repeated tuition increases triggered by state budget cuts. But there is something of a silver lining when it comes to finding a place to live. Students still have plenty of apartments to choose from as the new academic year approaches, including several hundred new units in the West Village development at […]

RAV4 keeps pace with the times

The Toyota RAV4 has been with us since 1996, and it has been one of the best sellers in its segment since its introduction. Back then SUVs were hugely popular and most almost every manufacturer had at least one SUV in their showroom. Some of the bigger manufacturers had three or more in different sizes. […]

Free marketing seminars for small business

The city of Davis and Northeastern California Small Business Development Center are providing two free workshops to help small business owners navigate the changing media markets. The first workshop is Friday, July 22, and is about marketing your business online. The second is Wednesday, July 27, and will focus on using social media to promote […]

Cooking demonstration offered July 17 at Davis Ace

Davis Ace Hardware will offer a pressure cooking demonstration presented by Chef Judi from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 17, in the housewares building, 240 G St. For more than 300 years, cooks around the world have enjoyed meals made using pressure cookers, a store news release says. “Now we have what is known […]

Aggie merchandise available downtown

Zachariah Johnson, a UC Davis employee, introduces his 2-year-old son Dean to Hamburger Patty and Gunrock at the grand opening Friday afternoon of the UC Davis Store Downtown. In the background is Dean’s mom Nicole, a UCD alum. The store, at Second and F streets in downtown Davis, sells Aggie shirts, gifts and souvenirs; mugs and […]

Acura adds station wagon

With stubbornly high gasoline prices, station wagons are suddenly appealing — and Acura’s new-for-2011 TSX Sport Wagon should be especially so. The TSX posts the best fuel mileage rating from the federal government of any 2011-model, gasoline-powered, conventional-looking wagon: 22 miles per gallon in city driving, 30 mpg on the highway. This is higher than […]

Sudwerk Pilsner wins first place at state fair

Sudwerk Brewery’s Pilsner beer was awarded a gold certificate and took home the first place award in its category at the 2011 California State Fair’s Commercial Craft Brew Competition. The California Craft Brew Competition takes place every year and is among the most prestigious craft brewing competitions in the country, a news release said. Sudwerk […]

Traversos join RE/MAX Gold office

RE/MAX Gold announces the addition of real estate agents Carli and Bob Traverso to its Davis office. “We are pleased to have this outstanding real estate team join RE/MAX Gold in Northern California,” a news release said. RE/MAX Gold has 20 offices serving more than 10 counties in Northern and Central California. The agency boasts […]

W. Sac firm to commercialize UCD’s building block robot

UC Davis recently announced it had signed an exclusive license agreement with Barobo Inc. of West Sacramento to commercialize iMobot, a modular robot that its inventors believe will have applications from education to search-and-rescue. Graham Ryland and Harry Cheng developed the robot and founded the company. Cheng is a UCD professor of mechanical and aerospace […]

Raley’s shoppers can help state parks

When shoppers use a reusable grocery bag at any Raley’s, Bel Air, Nob Hill Foods or Food Source stores, they won’t just help the environment, they will also help raise money to eventually preserve a number of California State Parks currently targeted for closure. Through “NickelAid,” every time a shopper uses a reusable grocery bag […]

Nutrition Education Program wins ‘Give A Click’ grant

The University of California Nutrition Education Program, administered by Cooperative Extension, has won a Yolo Federal Credit Union ‘Give a Click’ grant. The nutrition program received $21,500 after garnering a majority of online votes. UCNEP offers free nutrition and physical activity lessons for teachers and educators of low-income students to use in the classroom. Curriculum […]

County real estate sales

Address     Sale Price Davis (95616) 3072 Woods Cir.     $197,500 2123 Bella Casa St.     200,000 406 First St.     235,000 2417 Oakenshield Rd., 9     300,000 1010 Acacia Ln.     460,500 1000 Oeste Dr.     634,000 Davis (95618) 2848 Bidwell St., 1     $164,500 1818 […]

Food workers warned of fraudulent inspector

The Yolo County Health Department’s Environmental Health Division is alerting restaurant operators and others in the food facility industry about fraudulent activity involving an individual or individuals contacting food establishments claiming to be a health inspector. Yolo County Environmental Health has received complaints that an individual using various names is contacting local food businesses by […]