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Davis City Council, Planning Commission complete remaining discussions at second joint session

After their first joint session on June 28, the latest meeting offers resolutions on remaining commission concerns   By ANTHONY W. ZAMMIKIEL — city@theaggie.org   On Nov. 15,...

Popular Sacramento art exhibit extends its stay

Vincent van Gogh virtual exhibit to remain in Sacramento until January By LA RISSA VASQUEZ — city@theaggie.org “Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience,” which is organized by...

City of Davis planning commission discusses reapproving D Street Gardens project

Following the expiration of a tentative plan, the planning commission decides whether it still meets site-improvement and environmental standards    By ANTHONY W. ZAMMIKIEL  — city@theaggie.org   On...

Davis Youth Softball Association and civil rights nonprofits settle with the city of Davis over Fair Play Act violations

A settlement between the associate and the city of Davis will provide new opportunities for girls’ youth sports   By MADELEINE YOUNG — city@theaggie.org   On Oct. 27,...

Davis community rallies in support of Davis Teachers Association amid ongoing contract negotiations

Residents gathered at the Davis Joint Unified School District meeting to demand better pay and benefits for teachers   By JILLIAN MARCH — city@theaggie.org   On Nov. 3,...

Newly-elected Congressman Mike Thompson tests positive for COVID-19

Thompson, recently elected to serve as the representative for California’s 4th congressional district, received positive test result By ANTHONY W. ZAMMIKIEL  — city@theaggie.org Congressman Mike Thompson,...

Yolo County and city of Davis host vaccine clinics to protect against flu season and COVID variants

The Davis Senior Center hosts vaccine clinic for Davis residents to receive influenza and bivalent boosters By ANTHONY W. ZAMMIKIEL  — city@theaggie.org   On Nov. 8, the...

Davis community rallies in support of Davis Teachers Association amid ongoing contract negotiations

Residents gathered at the Davis Joint Unified School District meeting to demand better pay and benefits for teachers By JILLIAN MARCH — city@theaggie.org   On Nov. 3,...

City of Davis approves new winter shelter plan, partnership with Downtown Streets Team

Downtown Streets Team to work with City of Davis to set up winter shelter, offer pay and support for unhoused community By LA RISSA VASQUEZ...

The Davis Fire Department hosts open house as part of Fire Prevention Month

Station 31 opened its doors to the public to teach about fire prevention, fire safety  By ANTHONY W. ZAMMIKIEL  — city@theaggie.org   On Oct. 29, the Davis...

Davis’s 2022 City Council election sees controversies, administrative errors

Important voting information, candidates’ responses to allegations made against them, descriptions of their platforms By CHRIS PONCE — city@theaggie.org   Davis’s 2022 general municipal election day is...

UC Davis Police Department using artificial intelligence to monitor students’ social media  

The software program ‘Detect’ scans social media posts for threats of violence and has potential to monitor student protests. By LA RISSA VASQUEZ — campus@theaggie.org            On...

City of Davis to host festivities for all ages this Halloween weekend

Events hosted by Davis Downtown and other local groups include trick-or-treating, skydiving and stand-up comedy  By CHRIS PONCE — city@theaggie.org As Halloween approaches, the City of...

Davis Cemetery to host annual Día de los Muertos celebration 

Fresh marigolds and a public alter will be available for Davis community members to honor loved ones By LA RISSA VASQUEZ — city@theaggie.org   From Oct. 31...

UC Davis Graduate Students vote in favor of strike authorization vote

Workers rallied at the quad demanding better treatment from UC Davis By CHRIS PONCE — city@theaggie.org   On Oct. 13, UC Davis workers rallied together at...