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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Like many Californians, architect Ron Vrilakas insists he doesn't have an accent.
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.
SACRAMENTO, Calif.-Like many Californians, architect Ron Vrilakas insists he doesn't have an accent.
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...
Under a new state law, more names can be added to California’s Vietnam Veterans Memorial the names of long-deceased service members such as Navy Lt. j.g. Gregory Hodson, a pilot from West Sacramento killed in 1964 when his plane dro...
He was 23 and on leave from the war; she was 19. John and Treva Hurt got married on Aug. 19, 1944 and today, they’re among a tiny percentage of Americans to reach their 70th wedding anniversary.
Sandy Gomes and Linda Chamberlain, now in their late 60s, both started work in the same beauty parlor on Sept. 21, 1964. Almost 50 years, several hair salons and countless curls later, they still work together.
Meredith Cuffe is 87, a strong-willed widow with Alzheimer's, and up until June 3, she lived alone on five acres in Placerville. It took planning and patience for her children to get her into the residential care she needs and it took...