Communities throughout the Bay Area Monday honored those who have served in the military with Veterans Day parades, ceremonies and other tributes to their bravery.
A veteran says he’s on a mission that’s been 60 years in the making after staying silent about his near-death experience on the San Francisco Bay.
In honor of Veteran’s Day Monday, St. Anthony’s Foundation of San Francisco organized a free suit giveaway for the homeless and low-income veterans.
When the deal is being made to change the tax rates and cut the deficit we must remember to keep our commitment to our veterans.
San Francisco County Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi and his command staff at the county jail in San Bruno joined other county staff to commemorate Veterans Day and to promote rehabilitation programs aimed at guiding incarcerated veterans them out of custody.
Residents throughout the Bay Area are honoring those who have served this weekend at various Veterans Day ceremonies, parades and memorials.
A traveling version of the Vietnam War Memorial is in Cupertino and is giving veterans a chance to reflect on loss and their service to their country.
Two new websites allow military members and veterans to help draft a resume and connect with other veterans or prospective employers.
The Traveling Vietnam Wall will be coming to Cupertino for a five-day stint next week, just in time for Veterans Day, city officials announced Wednesday.
Veterans groups celebrated a moment of silence Thursday at the 11th hour of the 11th day on the 11th month.