Old Town

Another View: Put your money where your heart is, and you could win

We want your marked bills. If you were out of town last Friday, you might have missed a little contest we’ve put together to track how dollars flow through the Auburn economy. T ...

Our View: Cruise Nite deserves a little rev

The Auburn City Council, Chamber of Commerce, Old Town and Downtown business associations are rightfully working hard to market Auburn. And it’s working. A beautiful Downtown ...

Our View: Tour of California worth seeing again in Auburn

Auburn, it’s time to set the stage for a return of the Amgen Tour of California. While the internationally known bicycle race only made a blink-and-you-missed-it pass through i ...

Bike to the Amgen race

I’m happy it rained yesterday. The hillsides should still be green with wildflowers on Sunday. Even though we are just a Tour of California pass-through city, hopefully the maj ...

Club and earth offer big ‘thanks’

The Sierra Club Placer Group had an outstanding 2010 Earth Day of Service Auburn Community Clean-Up Day last Saturday, April 24, with volunteers collecting 45 bags of trash in a cl ...

Busy cluster square needs no name

Dear Auburn: Take a deep breath and enjoy the spring air. Enjoy our beautiful courthouse. Enjoy the restored Old Town. Take a stroll through Downtown and admire the bikes and art. ...

Our View: Economic plan will require heavy lifting by many

Kudos to Auburn City Councilman Kevin Hanley for shining a light on the Auburn area’s fragmented economic development efforts. Hanley’s unified development plan, which has re ...

Welcome to ‘Clutter Corner’

I am responding to the letter to the editor suggesting that “Central Square” be called a “plaza,” (Journal, April 4). Historically, the “plaza” is the “square” in ...

It’s like putting a skyscraper in Old Town

I live in the neighborhood where the Bohemia project is slated to be built. A lot of focus has been on the access from Canal Street. While that’s an obvious concern, people may ...

Lost everything in fire but gained more

Where do we even begin to say thank you to our dear Auburn community and beyond? In Tuesday’s paper (Nov. 24) the Auburn Journal printed a letter from my brother and his wife who ...