Are you craving some lighter news? We have twelve uplifting stories we think will make your weekend a bit more special. Take a look at these sweet Northern California stories.
The Winchester Mystery House has launched a new tour that aims to bring the estate’s supernatural lore to outdoor evening visitors.
Nearly $250K in scholarships went to local students; some are military veterans, others are the first in their families to attend college.
With some curtains hung and a virtual audience, Livermore School of Dance performers gave it their all amid unusual times.
Disgraced former tech CEO Michael Lofthouse invokes Donald Trump in a racist rant that's been seen more than a million times on Instagram.
"I am so grateful for this opportunity to be able to bring a smile to someone’s face through my art in these uncertain times."
A colorful mural in Alameda is bringing joy to several families as they stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Two local high school students have found a way to continue helping those in need by creating virtual volunteer opportunities.
From police reform to teenage mental health amid the pandemic, two students started a podcast to explore major current issues with peers.
The Danville center is also set to offer a student café and hangout spot, family karaoke nights, youth classes on yoga and more.
Two new businesses have opened in Pacific Commons: Haidilao Hot Pot and Mas Fuego.
A drive-up food bank program will take place in Fremont starting Friday and will continue through the end of August.
A sweet sip to complement summer.
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