There’s a new grocery store in Valley Springs, and local residents are lining up.
With the spread of online short-term rental services like Airbnb, travelers have more options for lodging than ever before. But the rapid rise of short-term rentals has resulted in problems in many communities, as regulation struggles to keep pace with new rental practices.
If you smell coffee beans roasting in Calaveras County, you might be in Murphys.
An old Murphys home with a storied past has found a new lease on life as a foothill venue.
What makes Hawg Dawgs special?
Since moving to their Mokelumne Hill location in 2015, Sue and Mark Rueger have helped put the secluded little town on the map as one of the best places to sample the wine and hospitality of the Mother Lode.
What began with an eager salesman setting up shop out of a pickup truck with life jackets, river shorts, sandals and knives to sell to river guides along Northern California’s major rivers has become a thriving enterprise.
In September of 2016, friends and business partners Bob Smith and Joe Lazzara opened Jazz Cellars tasting room on Main Street in Murphys. It is stocked with bottles of wine produced at their San Francisco winemaking facility, which they established in 2005.
Both Ali and Scott Reynolds wanted a simpler way of life. The allure of fast-paced Southern California living had expired.
It took five years of exploring Spanish vineyards, 10 years of waiting and three years of growing, but in the coming weeks, Michael Stange, co-owner of the Angels Camp-based Vino Metate Winery, will be pouring the first vintages of two new white varietals in the country.