Several Bay Area community projects will get some help in their efforts to serve their elderly neighbors thanks to $10,000 in grants awarded by Coming of Age Bay Area.
A Contra Costa Superior Court Judge has upheld the decision of a Brentwood high school principal to suspend 30 students, who were involved in a series of senior pranks.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is being asked to develop a plan to help aging members of the city’s large LGBT community with a task force that would come up with policy recommendations.
Meet the players on the Redwood City Senior Softball League – the roster boasts athletes in their 70s, 80s and even 90s.
40 percent of the victims in pedestrian accidents are senior citizens. A coalition of public-transit advocates are pushing for improvements to make Oakland city streets safer to walk.
State Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones says vulnerable segments of the population are often taken advantage of.
Both BART and SamTrans are making changes to paper pass policies in the new year, meaning the Clipper card will be more important for many users.
State health officials say adult day health care centers across California will stay open following the settlement of a federal court lawsuit brought by disability and senior advocates.
The movement is a nationwide, neighbor-to-neighbor effort to assist seniors stay in their homes and neighborhoods.
Two men and a woman suspected of swindling the elderly through a bogus roof repair scam were arrested in San Jose last week, police announced Tuesday.