Auburn

New shop fuses fashion, furniture

By Gloria Young Journal Staff Writer Eclectic finds, fashions and exotic teas are the latest addition to Central Square in Auburn. Local entrepreneur Anthony Sadeghi opened Kar ...

Enough with the rhetoric

I would like to comment on Mike Holmes’ April 20 letter printed in the Journal concerning Dennis Campanale’s “campaign” to run for the State Assembly seat left vacant by Te ...

Keep senior care a top priority

The recession is far from over and so many people in my community are struggling to pay their bills, find a decent job and make a good life for their kids. Yet this reality has see ...

Community Portrait: Author tries to avert disaster through readiness

Be prepared, as most of us know, is the motto of the Boy Scouts. If you’re going on a wilderness adventure, there probably isn’t any better advice. Matches, extra food, a firs ...

Ted Gaines forced special election

In Wednesday’s paper, Mike Holmes contends that Dennis Campanale, Democratic candidate for Assembly District 4, is totally responsible for the cost of the runoff election coming ...

Mayor’s loss is our loss

Had Mayor (Bill) Kirby bought a few hundred thousand dollars worth of stock that had later lost half its value, he would be stuck with the loss (Journal, April 19). However, he has ...

News of mayor’s default disappoints

Outrageous! I don’t know about others, but I am personally appalled to read your report about our illustrious mayor of Auburn, Bill Kirby, defaulting on his mortgage and turning ...

Salmon moving Auburn’s way

Millions have been spent on the Delta with little progress on helping salmon. Collaboration is non-existent with water users influencing agencies to the detriment of salmon. Save ...

What Dennis Campanale campaign?

State Sen. Ted Gaines has received much criticism for running for two offices this past November thereby forcing a special election to fill his old Assembly seat at considerable ex ...

History engraves its way into heart of city

Several pieces of Auburn’s history will soon make a permanent residence in Central Square. The Streetscape History and Art Advisory Committee has given the OK for 10 people, gro ...