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That old adage about never forgetting how to ride a bicycle came home in a sweet way in Woodland this month.
For years, the Clean & Sober holiday party was a chance to celebrate and encourage sobriety and help heal the wounds of drug and alcohol addiction.
For Catherine Odurokwarten, the gift of a laptop computer from Book of Dreams readers will help her in many ways as she and her daughter move forward in life.
Jose Ruiz and his family will never forget the day their camping trip in Colusa County became a nightmare. It was Sept. 16. They finished breakfast and were packing up. The youngest, 5-year-old Cesar, begged unsuccessfully for someone to take hi...
For those without a home, a bicycle can be a precious commodity, providing a way to get to work or an appointment, to pick up some groceries or to just feel free.
Some children are born strong, with good health and resilience on their side. Some are more like a china cup, delicate and not easily mended.
On a warm September day, an army of volunteers dropped in on a little-noticed neighborhood in south Sacramento and helped repair some of the poorest housing stock in the region.
When a child gets cancer, a family's life can be turned upside down.
It can be a dark and confusing road, the one a veteran walks after his or her war duty is done.
For more than 30 years, the Stanford Settlement Senior Center has helped to lift the loneliness that often shadows those growing older.