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A new series of TechConnections computer literacy classes designed specifically for older adults has gotten underway at Sacramento’s Hart Senior Center, but registration remains open for many of the classes being offered, said Hart spokesw...
While divorce rates are on the rise for people 60 and older in Sacramento and California, some people still believe in staying together.
Frequent fliers Paul Mitchell and Jodi Hicks, a Sacramento couple who do political consulting, were on their way to Los Angeles on Saturday and then their plane made an emergency landing.
Two separate house fires in Sacramento County on Saturday evening caused damage but no injuries, according to the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District.
In the UC Davis Alzheimer's Disease Center's continuing series of free public lectures on Alzheimer's and dementia, Dan Mungas will speak on the causes of dementia in older people.
Despite wind, dramatic skies and claps of thunder, downtown Sacramento received no precipitation from the storm front that moved through the area on Saturday evening, said National Weather Service meteorologist Drew Peterson.
Q&A with Jeannine English, the longtime Little Hoover Commission executive director and former California AARP president, who began a two-year term as AARP’s national president earlier this summer.
A team of Stanford University linguistics researchers is in Sacramento through Sept. 13 interviewing 100 native Sacramentans for the multiyear Voices of California project, which studies regional accents in the state.
Sponsored by Elder Care Management of Northern California, a one-day retreat for family caregivers of people with dementia and chronic illnesses is scheduled for Sept. 13.
The Gonzalez family wages a fight with Huntington's disease, the inherited, degenerative and fatal brain disorder that usually strikes in mid-life. Raul Gonzalez, 35, was diagnosed with the disease a little more than two years ago, four year...