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The kittens will be placed in a foster home with a PHS volunteer until they are old enough to be adopted.
This marks the first time in a decade t hat the popular Santa Cruz County beach wasn't included in the "Beach Bummer" list.
The three seniors have lived together at the zoo for more than 50 years.
Patch has your complete guide to Fourth of July live and virtual festivities in and around the San Francisco Bay region.
Locals will pay $1,000 to sponsor one of the 16 artfully created hearts that will be on display in downtown Danville through October.
Vouch4Vets is looking to treat Bay Area military members across the Bay Area to a barbecue luncheon.
As other restaurants struggle to stay open amidst coronavirus, Vitality Bowls just opened a new location in Fremont.
In-person events have been canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but residents can still benefit a local meal-delivery program.
Harsha Pillarisetti is up for a $25,000 prize and the title of America's Top Young Scientist for his indoor pollution reduction project.
A Safe Routes To School project is bringing pedestrian and traffic safety improvements to five Benicia schools and two Vallejo schools.
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