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Sudwerk, Davis Food Co-op join for ‘co-hop-eration’ brew

Sudwerk Brewing Co. and the Davis Food Co-op joined forces this month to brew, bottle and bring to market the freshest local beer possible. Green Belt Session IPA arrived at the Co-op on Wednesday. “Green Belt Session IPA was specially crafted to be a light-drinking ale, perfect for beating the late summer heat,” said Lis […]

Technology makes a great car better

Ford’s newest plug-in hybrid is the Fusion Energi. The regular Fusion is a terrific sedan and now, with the Energi system, it is also very efficient. Ford promises great range and terrific economy, and the EPA numbers are there to back it up. But there’s never a free lunch so we had to find out […]

Yolo County real estate sales

Davis (95616) 1707 Olympic Dr. 28     $212,000 1707 Olympic Dr. 13     219,000 1509 Cypress Ln.     340,000 925 Chestnut Ln.     400,000 633 Isla Pl.     425,000 1007 Cypress Ln.     429,000 1206 5th St.     457,000 1009 Bienville St.     498,000 2007 Catalina Dr.     542,000 […]

Car Care: Feeling the summer heat? Your car battery is too

Special to The Davis Enterprise If the heat of summer is wearing you down, it is likely taking its toll on your car battery, too. Contrary to popular belief, summer highs rather than winter lows pose the greater threat to battery life, according to the non-profit Car Care Council. Sooner or later all batteries have […]

Car Care: Teenagers not driving safe cars, study shows

Special to The Davis Enterprise Taking the driving test and earning a license is a cherished rite of passage for teenagers across the country. With their license in hand, they view the road as their gateway to independence and they eagerly look forward to what’s around the next curve. In order to do this, however, […]

Community pools its purchasing power to reduce the cost of solar

RepowerYolo, a Davis-based program that provides discounts for residential solar systems, has announced that more than 20 Yolo County homeowners have installed systems through RepowerYolo and saved an average of $8,894 on their investment, as compared to the average cost of solar installed in Yolo County in 2013. In addition, more than 50 homeowners have received free RepowerYolo […]

Gagnon Landscapes honored for safety on the job

Andy Gagnon Landscapes Inc. has received an Overall Safety Achievement Award from the Professional Landcare Network (PLANET). The award, part of PLANET’S annual Safety Recognition Awards Program, honors companies with thorough, high-performing safety programs that create and maintain safe work environments in the green industry. It is designed to reward green industry companies that consistently […]

Yogurtland deserts its Davis dessert shop

Yogurtland in The Marketplace closed on Friday, Aug. 15, and never reopened. Customers who arrived the next day saw covered windows and a removed sign. A spokeswoman confirmed on Thursday that it closed. “Please note, it was not an easy decision, at all, to close this location in Davis,” Barbara Caruso said. “We have wonderful […]

Three-wheeled Elio gets closer to going on sale

ROYAL OAK, Mich. (AP) — Your next commuter car could have two seats, three wheels and get 84 miles to the gallon. Elio Motors wants to revolutionize U.S. roads with its tiny car, which is the same length as a Honda Fit but half the weight. With a starting price of $6,800, it’s also less […]

$200K given to UCD researchers to help bring ideas to market

By AJ Cheline Four UC Davis researchers have been given $50,000 each in the first year of a competitive grant program that helps convert university research technologies into commercial applications. The UCD Science Translation and Innovative Research Grant program provides university funding and support for innovative research, allowing selected researchers to generate early proof-of-concept models to […]

Davis Legal Center celebrates first anniversary

The Davis Legal Center celebrated its one-year anniversary in July. Its attorney and founder, Emil Dixon, opened the office in West Davis to provide immigration and landlord-tenant services to residents in the surrounding communities. The center has hosted free seminars for community members as well as one at International House, Davis, designed to help immigrants […]

Edward Jones among best places to work in IT

Edward Jones was named to IDG’s Computerworld 2014 Best Places to Work in IT ranking, which recognizes the 100 top organizations that challenge their information technology staffs while providing great benefits and compensation. There are five Edward Jones financial advisers in Davis: Michael Clark, Manny Provedor, Carolyn Stiver, Nicole Davis and Matt Uno In 2014, Edward Jones […]

Comings and goings: Japanese restaurants on a roll

It’s August, and new restaurants are gearing up to open before the student rush. Two new sushi restaurants just debuted, along with a Middle Eastern one. A third Japanese restaurant should be ready next month, as will some other specialty eateries. ———— Enju Japanese Restaurant opened on Aug. 1 at the former Hoa Viet spot […]

Fleet Feet Sports: ‘From the couch to the finish line’

Fleet Feet Sports of Davis has been open for barely a minute on a Monday morning, and the small store is already bustling. A customer browses running socks amid racks of workout wear. Another admires the shelves of shoes that cover the walls almost to the ceiling. And two customers sit on benches at the back of the […]

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