The Regional Paratransit Trip Booking Project, which will first be piloted in Santa Clara and Alameda counties, is part of broader efforts by the Federal Transportation Authority to promote mobility and accessibility through tech-driven solutions.
San Mateo County is embarking upon a year-long process to reimagine and restructure the Gateway Court and Community School, one of the county’s alternative education programs for students who have been disciplined or released from juvenile justice systems, administrators announced at a Board of Education meeting on Oct. 4.
MENLO PARK, Calif. – Residents of Portola Valley’s Ladera neighborhood, in an uproar over restrictions limiting access to Woodland School’s playing field, are pressing school district leaders to extend access to the community’s only green space for more hours per day. Woodland, a private school in the Ladera neighborhood that leases a former public school from
REDWOOD CITY – Following a three-day national strike, Kaiser Permanente executives and unionized healthcare workers reached a tentative labor agreement on October 13, halting moves towards a second strike in early November. The 85,000 healthcare workers represented by the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions will vote on the tentative agreement in a ratification process set
The cool blue glow of a desktop monitor is the only light in Donna’s office as she sits at her desk, rubbing her temples. For most Temple University students, finding sources for a research paper is a relatively mundane task. For Danuta “Donna” Meisel, a blind, 72-year-old Polish immigrant with throat cancer, a literature review
Kathryn carried a fresh pepperoni pizza into the visiting room, just as she had the week before and the week before that. Her son shuffled in barefoot through an opposite door that was unlocked by facility staff. The nervousness that led Kathryn to take two wrong turns on the familiar drive across the Santa Clara
When wedding retail giant David’s Bridal filed for bankruptcy in April, the company left thousands of its employees in limbo as they searched for a buyer to save the company. Amanda Michaelson was in the first wave of layoffs at the corporate office in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, where she worked as a buyer. “I had to