Last November I traveled to South Carolina and checked into the Montage Palmetto Bluff Inn & Resort.
Our new Celebration Center is offering a senior daycare program designed for elders with minor health conditions, memory/dementia issues, disabilities, or who simply need someplace to go.
Most of us, I imagine, were touched in some personal way in October by the firestorms that raged through Napa and Sonoma Counties.
According to the Youth “Ambassadors 4 Kids” Club, 77 percent of children are bullied mentally, verbally, and physically, with cyberbullying statistics quickly reaching similar numbers.
During the five years that I knew him, I came to regard Leslie Scott Harrold as an “all around good guy.”
In a world where some people tend to focus on the bad, Malaina Ortega is giving East Bay residents a reason to turn their attention to something good.
Makeila Yancey was born to be an athlete. Her parents signed her up for sports as young as three years old, one of which was soccer.
For the past 14 years a team of us have been sponsoring a Wine In The Bay event in order to raise funds for the Community Life Center at St. Anne’s Church. We began with 180 attendees and are now pushing 300.