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03/09/2014 07:52:39 AM PDT Updated: 03/09/2014 07:55:46 AM PDT Soaring college costs have bedeviled the poor and the rich alike, but those hit with the sharpest increases since the recession are the least able to afford it.
03/05/2014 02:43:03 PM PST Company President Greg Talamini stakes firewood into cords at Nero's Firewood in Novato, Calif., on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014. Firewood sales are way off this year because of the reduced burning during a season when 30 Spare
PG&E is proposing to raise rates on customers who don't use much energy , which includes many low-income residents in the Bay Area. The Trib $ reports that PG&E also wants to reduce rates for people who use lots of energy, which tend to be wealthy
Updated: 02/26/2014 06:41:42 PM PST The Bishop O'Dowd High girls basketball team received another blow to its hopes of playing again this season. Gil Lemmon, the North Coast Section commissioner, said Wednesday he sent a letter to administrators at
Feb. 14 Nearly a year after Bay Area News Group published a survey of 94 school districts that showed more than half didn't train their employees in spotting and reporting child abuse, state and national leaders are calling for mandatory training.
Ryan takes over from Steve Rossi, who was recently named chief operating officer of Digital First Media, the New York-based parent company that operates 75 daily newspapers across the U.S. and hundreds of multi-platform products reaching 67 million
Since Arizona star Aaron Gordon graduated from Archbishop Mitty last year, he has become a national highlight reel for the top-ranked team in the land. But beyond the high-flying dunks that regularly appear on SportsCenter, Gordon has brought the
Bone-dry weather conditions coupled with record high temperatures have elevated the risk of fire in the Bay Area and throughout Northern California, the Bay Area News Group$ reports. Oakland set a record high for the second day in a row, clocking in
Coliseum Station is on track to open this fall , the Bay Area News Group$ reports...A proposed one-cent tax on soda and other sugary drinks in California could save up to $1 billion in health care costs and slash the number of diabetes cases by the
Donna Silva faced some hard economic times after her cafeteria job for 23 years at the Nummi auto plant here vanished with the closure of the factory in 2009...Silva found some relief from the Tri-City Volunteers food bank in Fremont, which provided