Chamberlain's Youth Services featured in campaign.
Chamberlain's Youth Services writes that Monique Armstrong-Land and Jesus Godoy will bring a vast amount of knowledge and talents to the classroom.
Special education teacher Matt Morrison has accepted a new position at a local public school district.
At 21 years old, Alimah is currently trekking her way through school and doing a good job managing the challenges life throws us all.
Looking for two individuals with good character, a strong commitment to nonprofit's mission and a willingness to use personal and professional resources to move the organization forward.
Patrick Ellis to continue leading local nonprofit, Brenda Jimenez becomes Chief Programs Officer.
Donations to help with increase in payroll, utilities, personal protective equipment and items for foster youth.
For 54 years, Chamberlain’s staff has cared for and taught some of the most vulnerable children in the state.
$14,000 goes to support more special education students at Keith Thompson Non-Public School.
This year's donations dedicated to completing bedroom makeovers.
Hollister-based nonprofit says new computers, docking stations and projectors have improved capabilities and reduced frustrations with outdated technology for staff and kids alike.
Donations will be matched December 1-12.
Donations will help the children living at Chamberlain's experience a wonderful holiday season and more.
Chamberlain's is a group home for at-risk foster children helping them heal from past traumas and move on to a path of life-long health, happiness and success.
Patrick Ellis will be interim executive director at children's center during the leadership transition
1,321 people have tested positive since February, 55 are active patients, 1,255 have recovered and 11 have died; the county’s current positivity rate is 4.5%.
All park trails remain closed except for the Bench and Sycamore trails due to high fire danger and the overloading of the national wildland fire response system.
Officers will be looking for signs of alcohol and/or drug impairment and checking drivers for proper licensing.
Mike and Frank O'Connell of Ranchers Feed & Western Wear have been a part of the Hollister business community since 1976, and have been at their First Street location for 20 years. Read more about Ranchers Feed click…
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