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The annual downtown car show in Grass Valley is happening Saturday. A spectacular and vast variety of pre-1972 classics, hot rods, customs, rat rods, domestics, imports and one-of-a-kind vehicles will be on display on Mill and Main streets.
A local author has written and compiled sixty-four little known factual stories about the Sierra Nevadas, many of them based on Nevada County.
This could be the last year for fireworks at the Fairgrounds for the Fourth of July.
Fully one-third of all Californians are now registered as organ, eye, and tissue donors, but the gap between them and the number of donors waiting for organs continues to widen.
A training session is underway today to give those people affiliated with establishments that serve or sell alcohol a better understanding of the laws they must follow.
Founded in 1995 in Nevada County, the Friendship Club is a prevention program designed to reach at-risk girls before they engage in unhealthy behaviors.
Sierra Stages will present the acclaimed 2001 Pulitzer Prize-winning play PROOF by David Auburn , May 1-18 at the Off Center Stage in Grass Valley.
Twin Cities Church in Grass Valley has been making a family Easter egg hunt available to all residents in the community for eight years now.
A male subject well known to Grass Valley law enforcement couldn't control himself and eventually threatened police officers as he was taken into custody.
Air Force Airman Thomas J. Hernandez graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio.
A movement to keep Empire Mine as a piece of the California State Parks and Recreations Department has had to pick up speed.
There are more than enough sun splashes of soul and breezes of blues in Tinariwen's effervescent sound to make it seem like a soundtrack to a road trip – but these are roads and journeys the likes of which very few of us here would ever comprehend, traveled with bare feet and heavy packs.
A suspicious truck parked behind the Raley's on Freeman Lane drew he attention of a citizen that called Grass Valley Police.