Chamber of Commerce

May decorum prevail à la Measure A

I attended the debate on Measure A, Auburn City Charter, on Thursday evening (?Charter debate evokes passion,? Journal, May 4). It started out very polite and even-handed but desce ...

Setting Auburn aglow

Following are the Festival of Lights parade winners, as judged by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce Saturday: • Best Music: Placer High marching band • Best use of lights: Robin ...

Festival of Lights highlights

Auburn's annual Festival of Lights Parade draws between 15,000 and 20,000 people to Downtown to watch 100 lighted entries cruise by. Catch highlights of this year's event, includi ...

Auburn gets glowing

Black Friday may have seen thousands flock to stores, willing to fight tooth and nail for that good deal, but Auburn residents know the Christmas season doesn’t officially start ...

Keep Auburn streets beautiful

Twelve years ago the Downtown Business Association assessed itself by doubling members’ dues to start the planter program. Auburn was a drab mess of stone and concrete and busine ...

Jim Ruffalo: Auburn’s entrepreneurs prevail in tough times

By now, most of us read the story in The Journal last week where Gov. Jerry Brown was singing the blues because just a month into the state budget, tax revenues are so far south th ...

Billboard from 2008 covered after three years

A 2008 billboard representing a defunct Auburn event had some residents confused before finally being covered up last week. The billboard sits on the right side of westbound Inte ...

Touch-screen to tell tourists about Auburn

A new feature of Central Square could allow those inside and outside of Auburn to learn about the city?s history, restaurants and current attractions. The Leadership Auburn class ...

City getting ready to host Amgen stage-start

Auburn buzzed with excitement Thursday after learning it would be a host city for the 2011 Amgen Tour of California. Auburn will be the start city for Stage 3 of the race, which ...

Auburn’s issues over breakfast

Auburn City Council candidates gave some background from their campaigns and spoke about some hot topics at a breakfast Friday. The Eggs & Issues Forum took place at 7:30 a.m. Fri ...