The Salvation Army is providing translation and family assistance operations following the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 on Saturday at San Francisco International Airport that left two people dead and more than 180 injured.
The nation is grieving for the victims of a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut and many are wondering how they can help.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is attempting to tackle the issue of “family flight” – defined by the thousands of families with school-age children who left the city in the past decade.
Whether it’s just for an afternoon or an entire weekend away, these resources will make finding the ideal caregiver in the Bay Area simple, quick, and safe. There are many ways to find great childcare in the Bay Area, but the most important thing is to check references, do a background check, and trust your instincts.
Food stamp applications have skyrocketed in Contra Costa and county officials report an increasing number of those dependent on the stamps are children.
An interview with Jill Jacobs of Family Builders on the state of California’s foster care system.
The independent bookstore has practically gone the way of mix tapes and dial-up in the United States, many having been gobbled up by chains and Internet booksellers. However, in the Bay Area the spirit of independent bookstores lives on. If you’re a book-lover and coming to the South Bay, check out these favorites
On the eve of San Francisco’s Pride weekend comes amid new Census figures that include the first detailed tally of gay and lesbian couples in California.
Despite efforts by officials to keep families in San Francisco, the percentage of children that make up the city’s population continues to decline.
Parents Anonymous, a Southern California-based organization, has launched the National Parent Hotline, aimed at helping troubled parents cope with life.