By Jennifer Medina LOS ANGELES — Class sizes have increased, courses have been cut and tuition has been raised — repeatedly. Fewer colleges are offering summer classes. Administrators rely increasingly on higher tuition from out-of-staters. And there are signs it could get worse: If a tax increase proposed by Gov. Jerry Brown is not approved […]
The Saving California Communities and Associated Students of UC Davis public forum on the Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act, originally scheduled to take place at 7:30 p.m. Monday, will be rescheduled due to speaker availability, an organizer announced.
Local residents are invited to visit the Quail Ridge Reserve, on a peninsula at the southwest end of Lake Berryessa, on Saturday from 2:30 to 6 p.m. The walk is relatively easy, going along hillsides of native grasses, shrubs and trees. It will be led by Quail Ridge Wilderness Conservancy executive director Frank Maurer, a […]
The city of Davis Community Services Department will host a follow-up discussion on design options for Community Pool from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Davis Senior Center, 646 A St. The discussion will include a review of three conceptual design options that emerged from the community design charrette on May 23. This discussion […]
Come beat the summer heat with innertube water polo, the lazy man’s game. The program, offered through the city of Davis Community Services Department, is open to teens entering seventh through ninth grades. The program runs from 8 to 9 p.m. June 19 to Aug. 9 at Arroyo Pool, 2000 Shasta Drive. All skills levels are […]
NAMI-Yolo, a chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness, sponsors an ongoing support group in Spanish for those who care for a family member or friend living with a psychiatric disorder. The group provides Yolo County families with a secure and friendly environment for sharing experiences, problem-solving strategies and information about mental illness, including topics such […]
UC Davis research scientist Anthony Martinez will give a lecture titled “Prostate Cancer Drug Resistance and the Search for How it Can Be Overcome” at the Yolo Prostate Cancer Support Group’s meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, June 11. Research on prostate cancer resistance to drug treatment is important for patients whose cancer has developed resistance […]
By Daniel Wagner Alarmed by an ominously weak U.S. jobs report, investors ran for safety Friday from new worries about a global slowdown, sending the Dow Jones industrial average into a 275-point dive, the index’s biggest loss since last November. The broad selloff wiped out the last of the index’s gains for the year. Across […]
Here’s the ubiquitous Davis question: When did you move to town? And, did you vote for Tom Tomasi for City Council in 1978, or Marty West for school board in 1997? How about Ann Evans in 1986, Maynard Skinner in 1988 or Julie Partansky in 1992 for City Council? And what about widening the Richards […]
You can watch Sycamore Park: Starting at 3 p.m. Explorit Science Center, 3141 Fifth St.: 6 p.m. to sunset Astronomers are eagerly awaiting an upcoming rare planetary event, the transit of Venus, which takes place Tuesday afternoon and will be visible throughout North America. This celestial event comes on the heels of the partial/annular solar […]
Davis Media Access will present a live election coverage and conversations on Tuesday beginning at 8 p.m. The show will air on DCTV Channel 15 on Comcast Davis, on AT&T’s U-verse on Menu 99 and on KDRT, 95.7 FM. Additionally, a link to a live stream of the program will be available at http://davismedia.org. Calls […]
Volunteers and supporters of Davis City Council candidate Lucas Frerichs are invited to an Election Night party at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Jay and Carri Ziegler’s house, 3334 Grosbeak Court in North Davis. Those gathered will watch coverage on Davis Community Television and monitor election returns.
Grace Garden welcomes volunteers and visitors to an open house Saturday, June 9, from 9 to 11 a.m. The garden is on the grounds of the United Methodist Church of Davis, 1620 Anderson Road. More volunteers are needed, a news release said. “Summer is coming, when volunteers take vacations,” the release said. “We need coverage […]
Planning is continuing for Woodland’s annual Stroll Through History, which will take place Saturday, Sept. 8, and features guided tours through historic neighborhoods, two bike tours and two bus tours. The ticketed open home tours feature five beautiful homes with distinctive building styles, and the featured home this year is the Gable Mansion, one of […]