Volunteers needed to help plovers
Celebration, sports and just plain fun were what the Cub Scouts of Half Moon Bay-based Pack 263 found on Thursday night.
One of the most joyful aspects of my job as a Realtor is to see people make a change that really moves their lives in the direction they want to go. To see things work out just the way a client hoped is a beautiful thing.
The HEAL project on the coast has a new leader. Longtime local educator and volunteer Amy Bono-Kruckewitt began her duties as executive director on Monday.
We’re going to Mars — not all of us, of course, though most of the other species on Earth would probably like a respite from us. (Who would be left to change all the cat litter boxes?)
Flames rose from a crackling campfire as the voices of children, raised earlier in shouts of play, subsided into a nonsensical but lively Cub Scout chant.
Recent heavy snows, icy roads and winter conditions on the East Coast are being felt here in the west.
Tapping into wisdom and meaningful, authentic connection are at the heart of the Wisdom Salons.
A stitch in time, the old saying begins.
Elder abuse — physical, emotional and financial — is a growing concern, not only in San Mateo County but throughout the United States. The affluence of our county along with a large aging population combine to make this a problem we should all be paying attention to.
Volunteers banded together to raise money for and build the Moss Beach Park playground in 2004. Over a decade later and with the park’s future more certain under San Mateo County’s ownership, it will be upgraded over the next few months. Here’s what will change at the park, courtesy of San Mateo County Parks Director Marlene Finley.
It’s time for the annual luncheon that highlights the Coastside’s agricultural heritage and honors those who are immersed in it.
Stepping away from the familiar helps one to better understand it or to appreciate it all the more.
Midcoast playground built from the ground up by an impassioned group of volunteers is expected to close today for a months-long, $250,000 facelift.
It’s a big day when your child heads off for preschool. But it can be made easier if the parents can see the facility and meet the staff in advance.
Diners at Pasta Moon at 315 Main St. in Half Moon Bay will get a helping of fine art through the month of March.