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Gift Basket Central returns
The Davis Farmers Market’s Gift Basket Central is back, offering free baskets and wrapping of market items on Saturdays. Every Saturday until the new year, shoppers can compile items for custom gi...
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From Winters Express...
Youth Day Theme Chosen, Committee Launches Contest
The Winters Youth Day Committee has chosen the theme for the 2024 event and is seeking artists to help design the art to market the event.
From Daily Democrat...
United Way Teams with PNC to Expand Yolo County Early Childhood Book Program
One thousand more Yolo County children will receive a free book every month from birth through age five from United Way California Capital Region, which manages the Dolly Parton Imagination Library in Yolo County.
Second Harvest Food Bank Santa Cruz County CEO Erica Padilla-Chavez looks at food insecurity as a symptom of an underlying disorder—one that can be cured.
Hospitals all over California are closing their maternity wards, including in dense cities like Los Angeles and in more remote communities in the Sierra Nevada.
KQED has spent more than three years reporting on how reparations could work in California. This series looks at the nuanced work that could be needed.
Black women are three times more likely than any other women to die during or immediately after pregnancy. California passed a 2019 law requiring hospitals to train labor and delivery staff on bias in medicine.
California’s poverty rate climbed and its working poor grew this spring, says the Public Policy Institute of California. Safety net programs played a major role in poverty rate changes.
The monthly classes cover a wide range of engaging art projects aimed at kids ages 5—12, and adults may even learn a technique or two.
More than 30 states require insurers to provide some level of coverage for kids’ hearing aids. California isn’t one of them, and Gov. Newsom for the second time has vetoed a bill to close that gap.
States across the United States are banning the practice of billing kids for the cost of their foster care. Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a similar effort in California, citing costs to the state.
We’ve teamed up with Avid & Co.—the toy store extension of Avid Reader—to share some favorite costumes on shelves this year!
More workers are filing claims with the state alleging employers are retaliating against them for engaging in legally protected activities, such as seeking overtime pay or reporting wage theft or discrimination.
Agape Villages Foster Family Agency
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