It seems as though Monday, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day isn’t viewed simply as a day off for an increasing number of Bay Area residents. Rather, they are turning it into a day of service, benefiting those in need.
An idea to help out cash-strapped libraries in San Jose is being met with both praise and criticism after a city councilman suggested the libraries replace retiring city workers with volunteers.
BART’s police force wants to help you stay safe during the holiday season by increasing patrols and providing riders at certain stations with escorts to their cars over the next two weeks.
Whether the employees like it or not, stores will still be open and a slew of sales are rolling out for Black Friday. How can you be sure you’re getting the lowest price?
Friends of Alameda Animal Shelter, a group of volunteers, will be running the facility beginning in January.
Unlike more casual homeless headcounts conducted in the region in the past, this is an actual census targeting the chronically homeless.
Sunday is the last day of a three-day search effort to find Michelle Le, a nursing student last seen last month when she took a break from a clinical rotation at a Hayward hospital.
KCBS’ Jeff Bell talks to Dr. Jack Aldridge, Director of Veterinary Services at The San Francisco SPCA, about volunteer opportunities at the SPCA.
One of cycling’s most important stage races in the U.S. is looking for volunteers to help inspire thousands of Silicon Valley residents to ride bikes.
Volunteers will fan out all over the city – to shelters, hospitals, halfway houses, detox centers, alleys, parks, bridges and bushes.