• TIPS AND TRICKS FOR SURVIVING POTHOLE SEASON

    Chevrolet Icy roads are a thing of the past as we get closer to Spring, leaving behind pothole filled roads that can damage your vehicle and cost you money. While rough road conditions seem unavoidable this time of year, Chevrolet engineers have developed the following tips and tricks to...
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Consejos de cómo evitar los baches

    Chevrolet Aunque las carreteras heladas son una cosa del pasado, ya que nos acercamos a la primavera, deja atrás las carreteras de baches llenos que pueden dañar su vehículo y le puede costar dinero. Aunque en esta época del año las condiciones de las carreteras son difíciles de evitar,...
  • State Awards Innovative Grant to Tackle Food Waste and Hunger in Santa Clara County

    Silicon Valley Food Rescue to Close Gap On 125 Million Needed Meals   SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIF.— The County of Santa Clara is announced last Thursday January 25th that Joint Venture Silicon Valley (a local organization funded by the County of Santa Clara to find solutions to waste and hunger in...
  • Report: Two-Thirds of CA Children Born to Low-Income Families

    Suzanne Potter California News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Almost two-thirds of babies in the Golden State are born to low-income families, according to a new report, which makes them less likely to have access to high-quality education and health care. The nonprofit group Children Now just released its 2018 California...
  • Santo Toribio Romo “Patrón de los inmigrantes”

    Mario Jiménez Castillo EL OBSERVADOR Toribio Romo González(1920-1928) nació en Santa Ana de Guadalupe, Jalostotitlán, Jalisco, México. Miles dan testimonio de sus milagrosas intervenciones, especialmente en asuntos migratorios, existen millares de testimonios de fieles que dan fe de la ayuda que han recibido del Santo, quién por decreto popular es...
  • Research: Hikers Feel Better Looking in the Mirror

    Eric Tegethoff Public News Service HELENA, Mont. – People have access to an abundance of what the doctor ordered to promote a more positive body image – the outdoors. A new series of studies has found exposure to nature makes people feel better about their bodies. In the first...
  • California Dream of Zero Emissions on Rapid Path to Reality

    Suzanne Potter California News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California could reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 – that’s the prediction by a panel of clean-energy experts gathering in Sacramento today. The panel is part of the “Right to Zero” campaign by the environmental legal nonprofit Earthjustice. Staff attorney...
  • Make your chip and dip a little more hip

    BPT Savvy hosts and hostesses know that the keys to a successful soiree are a room filled with laughter and delicious treats served. If you’re hosting a special event with friends and family, impress and delight your guests with fresh, new takes on the classics. Here are some ideas...
  • NOW HEAR THIS

    Use Your Brain to Tackle Tinnitus NAPSI Approximately 80 percent of people with hearing loss also suffer from tinnitus—a ringing, buzzing, whistling or other noises in the ear. It can disrupt life and interfere with your enjoyment of everyday activities, but you can find relief. Hearing aids have proven helpful for...