Downtown

Downtown Lincoln is open during construction

Although Lincoln Boulevard is undergoing a massive facelift the merchants located on the street remain open for business. Tom Jones, of Sierra Hills Framing at 531 Lincoln Bouleva ...

Santa makes a comeback in Downtown Auburn

Bringing back Santa Claus to Downtown Auburn has been a dream of Meadow Vista’s Kimberly Ulrich since she was stuck in line for two hours last year at a South Placer County s ...

Suspicious fires torch garage

No one was injured in a pair of suspicious fires that torched a patch of bamboo and a detached garage housing a boat Thursday evening, according to Fire Chief Dave Whitt. The two ...

Rainbow Market space to be renovated

If all goes as planned, the Rainbow Market space will be remodeled and the home of new businesses by the end of 2010. That’s according to Fred Katz of Katz Kirkpatrick Propertie ...

Fireman's Muster a success

The inaugural Lincoln Fireman’s Muster kicked off Saturday with approximately 32 teams from all over Northern California gathering to compete in a host of competitions harkening ...

NEV plan goes international

Lincoln’s neighborhood electric vehicle program drew international attention July 9 as a film crew from South Korean public broadcasting filmed the innovative integration of all- ...

Motorcycle ride to raise reward money

A benefit motorcycle ride will be held July 25 to raise reward money for the as-yet-unsolved case of the murder of Robert Vargas in his home in Lincoln last year. The Reggie Lagow ...

Residents flock to Fourth of July celebration

Downtown Lincoln was transformed into a sea of red, white and blue as the annual Fourth of July parade rolled past an estimated 8,000 spectators. Leading the parade were some of L ...

Lincoln throws a party

Lincoln will celebrate the Forth of July in what City Councilman Tom Cosgrove called “the quintessential small-town celebration.” The day will kick off with a pancake breakfas ...

Classic cars crowd city center

Downtown Lincoln was marked by gleaming chrome and music from the ’60s Saturday as more than 200 classic cars came together in the inaugural car show hosted by the Rods and Relic ...

Downtown Merchants band together

Formed a little more than a year ago, the Historic Downtown Lincoln Merchants’ Association works to promote business in the downtown area, according to President Konnie Fritts. ...

Local restaurant's hit sauces, dressings now for sale

Diana Burke’s husband, Shawn, used to joke that he married her for potato salad. Burke, owner of the Simple Pleasures Restaurant and catering business at 648 Fifth St., said the ...

ADA attorney targets Lincoln businesses

Arriving in inconspicuous plain white envelopes, attorney Scott Johnson’s letters have some local businesses working frantically to avoid lawsuits. And the letters are no scam. ...

Workers take time out to get dirty

What do a library, a hazardous waste spill, a broken piggy bank and a cartoon character with a new occupation have in common? All were crafted in clay in about 15 minutes during t ...

Man who helped resident move later burgled house, police say

A Lincoln man was arrested Sunday for burglary after he allegedly helped a resident move, later returning to steal items from the house, police said. Brandon Teague, 19, was conta ...