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Trick or Tracker App puts moms at ease during Halloween

Trick or Tracker App puts moms at ease during Halloween

Iconosys is furthering its commitment to protecting children with today's release of the Halloween-themed hit Trick or Tracker®.  Normally, it's $4.99 to download, but on Halloween, parents can download it for free.  You can download it that day on www.trickortracker.com FREE OF CHARGE from 8am EST until 11:59pm EST.

This app allows the parent/guardian to keep track of their little ghouls and goblins on children's second most beloved holiday, Halloween, and during the rest of the year as well!  Trick or Tracker®, which utilizes Iconosys' Guards Up™ ,  Latchkey Kid™ and Tether Together™, installs on both the parent's phone and the child's phone, allowing the parent to find the child either on demand or at pre-set check-in intervals, and allowing the children to locate the parent or to send a distress message to the parent in a time of need, notifying the parent with the child's exact

Annual Davis Jazz Festival held this Saturday

Annual Davis Jazz Festival held this Saturday

The Davis Jazz Festival offers a wealth of sparkling musical gems and a selection of exciting performance painters for families and fans of all ages. Whether you’re looking for the haunting tones of a jazz chanteuse, the sounds of cutting edge, or hard-driving big bands, or classical jazz combos-or just a great cultural experience, the Davis Jazz Festival will deliver it all. Mounted as a collaborative event providing interaction between musicians and visual artists, the festival will serve as an educational event for creative youth and will benefit the Davis High School Band Program.

The Beat Generation and Beyond Conference celebrates the spirit of collaboration and creativity that flourished in California during the 1950s and early 1960s. Once a year, musicians and filmmakers, scholars and historians, painters and poets converge in Davis for this premier creative arts conference hosted by the John Natsoulas Gallery.

Ex Fairfield vice principal convicted of molestation

FAIRFIELD, CA - Former vice principal of Fairfield Elementary School, Chris Vargas, was convicted by a jury Wednesday on counts of molesting two brothers, according to Sacramento district attorney, Jan Scully.

The most recent victim, an 11-year-old boy, claimed Vargas had fondled him. Scully said the boy informed his mother of the incident the next morning.

The victim's older brother, then told his mother that Vargas had done the same to him five years earlier when he was 12.

The mother of the two children reported the molestation claims to police immediately.

Vargas is scheduled for sentencing on November 15, 2011, where he faces a possible 10-year internment.

Slow Cooker Monday: Pumpkin Bread

Slow Cooker Monday: Pumpkin Bread

I’ve always been curious about making desserts in my slow cooker. I’ve seen some recipes for things like pudding and slow cooked fruit (I’ve tried maple apple compote and spiced & stuffed pears) but I was more interested in actually baking in a Crock Pot. I came across an article with simple directions for baking in a slow cooker:

LOTS OF HALLOWEEN: Haunted houses, events, slideshows and more!

Trick or Treat! Find out what's happening in your neighborhood this Halloween. 

Have an Halloween event, email writer@news10.net and find out how can get it posted on our My Neighborhood websites.