There are a couple of legitimate reasons not to donate blood, including recent travel to a Zika-affected region, you’re battling a cold or your iron level is low, but a vague fear...
A city is made of much more than brick and stone, and its buildings are only empty edifices without people to enjoy them.
Making school runs with grandkids was just what J.T. Shoults signed up for when he relocated to Red Bluff from the Napa Valley to be closer to his daughter, Tai Bickert, and her girls.
It’s a bit after 7:30 am at Sequoia Middle School in Redding and students are crawling like alligators across the auditorium stage. Soon they start moving like inchworms.
Three times a week, an organized group of local outdoor enthusiasts meet at Turtle Bay. The Shasta Sundial Strollers then cross their namesake Sundial Bridge and walk an hour together...
Colored glass giftware and dinnerware made from recycled glass.
During this time of year, many families are looking for ways to give back to their communities.
The goodness at Gifts for Good in Redding flows many ways:
Good deeds • Good gifts • Good times
A tour of Morse Farms in Oroville shows not only the inner workings of a small family farm, but the result of the owners’ dream of an ideal retirement set-up.
In this culturally diverse melting pot that is the United States, the warmth of the holiday season radiates from an array of celebrations...