The week in review has arrived and with it a slew of stories making headlines. Sit back, relax and catch up on all the stories you may have missed for the week ending April 28.
1. - An educator from Fair Oaks is in the race for the Sacramento County Board of Education.
2. - Miguel Sanchez, the boy who was reported missing from a Fair Oaks group home on April 3 has been located, according to Sacramento County Sheriff's officials.
3. - The Very Inspirational People event took place Saturday, April 21 on the California State University, Sacramento football field.
4. - Shelby Stepper, a senior from Bella Vista High School has signed with Simpson University on dual scholarships in both basketball and volleyball.
5. - Barry Smith, a past Fair Oaks Chamber of Commerce president and community leader, has passed away, chamber officials announced.
6. - This week's Fair Oaks Patch pet of the week has been looking for a new home for longer than most.
7. - Turn in old prescription drugs Saturday as part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
8. - This week’s Reader’s Choice winner is Bella Fiore with 50 percent of the votes.
9. - The Sacramento County Elections Office is preparing for the statewide June 5 election, and needs more precinct workers who speak Cantonese, Mardarin or Spanish.
10. - The wait for the new American River Donor Plaza is finally over, and the community will celebrate with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 2 p.m. on Sunday.