Auburn Chamber of Commerce

Auburn speckled with empty buildings for sale

After a long period of slow sales and falling prices, local Realtors are seeing increased interest in Auburn’s commercial buildings. “Since November we’ve had an uptick in ac ...

Holiday cheer is floating through town

It’s time once again to bundle up with family and see “The Light in a Child’s Eyes.” The annual Festival of Lights Parade will be rolling through Auburn’s streets startin ...

Our View: Winter’s chill melts from our thankful hearts

The turkey is thawing, the sparkling cider is chilling, and you’re rubbing your hands because it’s freezing outside. But Thanksgiving is only a few hours away, and with it co ...

Familiar Faces: Rosie Joe Herrnberger — Auburn Chamber of Commerce

Rosie Joe Herrnberger is working harder as a result of Auburn Chamber of Commerce CEO Bruce Cosgrove’s medical leave of absence. “I’m just doing my job and helping where I c ...

Our View: Canyon visitor center a great idea that shouldn’t die

Like a pine cone finding a fertile patch of wildfire-scorched hillside, the seed of an American River Canyon visitor’s center has been planted in the psyche of conservationists, ...

Veterans Day parade right on track

Our Veterans Day committee would like to thank the Auburn Journal for the wonderful article (Nov. 4) on this year’s Veterans Day parade. As it mentioned, each year we honor a spe ...

‘Extraordinary’ turnout convinced tour officials to start stage in Auburn

Auburn’s “extraordinary” turnout when Amgen Tour of California riders raced through town this May helped sway officials into making the city a start of a stage for next year ...

Auburn hosting Amgen announcement event

The Auburn Chamber of Commerce is planning a “special” mixer Thursday to announce which cities will host a leg of the 2011 Amgen Tour of California. The mixer will last from ...

Forum to host candidate talks, breakfast

At an upcoming forum residents can have breakfast and listen to Auburn’s City Council candidates discuss the their ideas. The Eggs & Issues Breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m. Oct ...

49 Fire: Emotional loss, financial burden

Not all Auburn residents were protected by insurance when they lost everything in last year’s 49 Fire. Brenda Hurley lived in a rented house on Cedar Mist Lane and lost almost ...

Community 1st Bank to merge Auburn branches

Community 1st Bank is consolidating its two Auburn branches into the Downtown headquarters this fall, with plans to shutter the Kemper Road offices in late November. The North Au ...

Amgen race: Auburn seeks stage start

Aerial shots peering down from the Foresthill Bridge and gliding through the American River Canyon grace a video Auburn hopes will attract the country’s biggest bike race. A loc ...

Wednesday Night Live to return next year

This summer’s Wednesday Night Live in Downtown Auburn was successful enough that it will be held again next year. “It exceeded our adjusted expectations,” Chamber of Commerc ...

Pull together and keep town viable

Your “Our View” on July 9 hit the nail on the head in many ways. With the exodus of the grocery stores, hardware stores and the post office in Downtown we lost our viability fo ...

City no longer relaxed on temporary signs

Temporary business signs will no longer decorate Auburn streets. In a four-to-one vote Monday night, City Council decided to discontinue the relaxation of temporary sign regulatio ...