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Ian Walks America: Man Walking Across U.S. For Mental-Health Awareness Nears Bay Area

Ian Walks America: Man Walking Across U.S. For Mental-Health Awareness Nears Bay Area

He started the trek on March 1 in Virginia Beach and plans on finishing his journey on Aug. 30 by crossing the Golden Gate Bridge.
Observe 'National Sickle Cell Awareness Month' In September By Donating Blood

Observe 'National Sickle Cell Awareness Month' In September By Donating Blood

Drives planned in Santa Clara County include Los Gatos, Gilroy, Campbell, Palo Alto and Milpitas.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Allowing Dogs in Outdoor Restaurants

Gov. Brown Signs Bill Allowing Dogs in Outdoor Restaurants

"Bone-appétit," says Assemblymember Yamada, sponsor of the bill which becomes law in January.
Free Play Day at Shannon Nursery School!

Free Play Day at Shannon Nursery School!

Free Day of Preschool Fun!
Legislature Approves Community Colleges Giving 4-Year Degrees

Legislature Approves Community Colleges Giving 4-Year Degrees

The measure would allow the schools to offer the four-year degrees when a local workforce need for college graduates can be shown.
Security Hacked At Campbell UPS Store

Security Hacked At Campbell UPS Store

Customers at the West Campbell Avenue location were exposed to a malware from July 1 to Aug. 11.
Uh-Oh! Turf Trouble Afoot At New Levi's Stadium

Uh-Oh! Turf Trouble Afoot At New Levi's Stadium

Problems with the field at the new Santa Clara facility caused the 49ers' practice to end early Wednesday.
CA Suicide Prevention Bill Heads to Governor's Desk

CA Suicide Prevention Bill Heads to Governor's Desk

Assembly Bill 2198 Requires Suicide Prevention Training for Mental Health Professionals
Your Young One Going to College? Help The Kid Out!

Your Young One Going to College? Help The Kid Out!

Some gadgets that might work quite well in times of stress when the college student needs to be on the ball -- or needs some nutrition.
A Father's Deep Gratitude: Undersea Mural Dedicated at Kaiser Permanente

A Father's Deep Gratitude: Undersea Mural Dedicated at Kaiser Permanente

Artist paints incredible mural at Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara, CA, as "thank you" for saving his son
Almond, Peanut Butters Recalled Due to Salmonella Fears

Almond, Peanut Butters Recalled Due to Salmonella Fears

The goods in question were sold at Whole Foods, Kroger, and Trader Joe's.
Experience the World in Your Home - Host an International Student!

Experience the World in Your Home - Host an International Student!

Chinese high school students are coming to The Cambrian International Academy and are in need of caring host families.
Lots of Our Local Authors Will Gather For Los Gatos Library Literary Fair

Lots of Our Local Authors Will Gather For Los Gatos Library Literary Fair

Free event is Saturday afternoon on the civic center lawn.
Officials Celebrate Last Of $760 Million in State Money For BART Extension to S.J.

Officials Celebrate Last Of $760 Million in State Money For BART Extension to S.J.

The train line expansion, to include Milpitas and Berryessa stations by 2018 completion, will be owned by the VTA and operated by BART.
NorCal Patient Being Treated for Possible Ebola Exposure, Kaiser Permanente Says

NorCal Patient Being Treated for Possible Ebola Exposure, Kaiser Permanente Says

The person is in isolation at a Sacramento-area facility.
Teacher Reported Missing on Backpacking Trip in Sequoia & Kings Canyon Parks

Teacher Reported Missing on Backpacking Trip in Sequoia & Kings Canyon Parks

Authorities said people who may have seen Gregory Muck of Santa Cruz should call National Parks at (510) 565-3118.
Use Better Words

Use Better Words

A blog from Pinecone Active Learning of the South Bay ... "Use Better Words."
Growing a Garden That Will Attract Life

Growing a Garden That Will Attract Life

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better – Albert Einstein
Back to School: 5 Easy School Lunch Ideas That Are Healthy, Too

Back to School: 5 Easy School Lunch Ideas That Are Healthy, Too

Colorful and bite-size fresh fruit and veggies are not only fun to eat they are healthy – rich in anti-oxidants, nutrients and vitamins.
Former Police Chief Reflects On 'Fine Work' of Los Gatos/Monte Sereno Department

Former Police Chief Reflects On 'Fine Work' of Los Gatos/Monte Sereno Department

Local student and writer Hyuntae Byun has a sit-down with the departing Police Chief Seaman.