If there is one thing John Mealey would tell younger people who want to work in the helping and housing fields, it is to keep their real boss—the people they serve—in mind.
The road that weaves its way to John Hamner’s Middletown office is little more than a functional strip of asphalt these days. But for a visitor driving along it to see Hamner, the burnt landscape bordering the road is a relentless reminder of the devastating fires that swarmed the area in September.
By Elizabeth Zach, staff writer Lalitha Vish farms a small plot of land in the heart of Silicon Valley and . . .
A new study shows that food shortages among Native American populations are much higher than the national average.
Southern California’s largest drinking water supplier intends to buy four farming islands in the San Joaquin River Delta to lay claim to the area’s water.