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Article Index

2015: A landmark year for sustainability in Fremont

AMVETS Law Enforcement Certificate Awards

Abode Services volunteers honored

Appointments to Measure ÒEÓ CitizensÕ Bond Oversight Committee

Audition for Center Stage Performing Arts shows

Avanzando honors students and educators

BART Police Log

BART shuttle will help neighborhoods

Be a City of Fremont Commissioner or Advisory Board Member

Bike to Work Day

California native leads the few, proud in Okinawa

Charity ball unites community for a cause

Charity ball unites community for a cause

Chobani CEO giving ownership stake to employees

City of Fremont News Briefs

Comcast beats forecasts, adds subscribers, unveils data plan

Donating blood helps save lives in the emergency room

Editorial: Open Space Ð protect or develop?

Ella Gunady wins Optimist ClubÕs District Essay Contest

Fight for our childrenÕs mental health

Film confronts the roots of AmericaÕs black/white divide

Fremont Family Resource Center needs you

Fremont Police Log

Fremont Street Eats returns

Hayward City Council

Herb garden allies: Sage

High on a hill

How OneChild was born and raised

How OneChild was born and raised

Huskies hang on for the win

James Logan dominates Moreau Catholic

Judge rules for San Francisco in fight over reservoir

Kidango celebrates new kitchen facilities

LOV presents Kim Angelis in concert

Lady Huskies finally score winning run

Life in the fast lane

Little Shop of Horrors opens at Washington High

Local candy company sets world record

Local student wins big at Alameda County Science Awards

Mills appointed to Deputy County Executive/Director of Employee Services Agency

Miracle Milk¨ Stroll

New Haven Unified Board news

Newark City Council

Newark Police Log

Officer Involved Shooting

Ohlone Renegades players selected to Scholar Athlete Team

Ohlone for Kids and Teens offers summer courses

Park District offers affordable outdoor day camps

Park It

Police Appreciate Day in Milpitas

Review: Kindle Oasis aims at avid readers, pricey for others

Ride the Katie train at Railroad Adventure Day

Ride the Katie train at Railroad Adventure Day

Rita Hosking Trio to play Mission Coffee

San Leandro PD receives Most Effective Social Media award

San Leandro Police Log

Sanchez chosen for Superintendent at Newark Unified School District

Santa Clara County Board takes step toward bond measure

Sen. Wieckowski honors Women of the Year

Senate committee approves bill limiting tobacco sales to cigar shops

Sign up for Hayward citywide cleanup

Solar Impulse lands in Silicon Valley

Statue of Immaculate Heart of Mary visits Hayward

Sticking to the General Plan?

Successful Tamil music concert held to celebrate women

Swim Season opens April 30 in the East Bay Park Regional Park District

Tape up Principal Whipple with Pennies for Patients

The Model A Era comes to Hayward

The Technology Inside the Technology Ð How Essai Supports Silicon Valley Innovation

Titans and Cougars tune up for finals

Top ten things restaurants need to know

Union City City Council Meeting

Union City Lions to host golf tournament

Union City Police Log

Union City hosts inaugural ÔTRYathlonÕ

Upcoming events at Fremont Senior Center

6,240 ducks splashed down for charity

Article Index

21st Century Rube Goldberg

A robot helps hospital patients stay connected

Academic Core buildings groundbreaking

Alameda County Superintendent L. Karen Monroe congratulates Gold Ribbon Schools

All Veterans Career Fair

All the way home

Arbor Day Foundation offers tree-care booklet with $3 donation

Artist of the Month awardees

Artists with developmental disabilities showcase

Bubbles of Fun Run

Bubbles of Fun Run

CSUEB ranks among best online programs

California FairPlay offers free summer camp for kids with asthma

City of Fremont News Briefs

Community heroes making a difference

Cows visit students at Brier Elementary

East Bay Gives on May 3

East Bay gives LOV

Editorial: Bonus Time

Enough with the earnings: SEC may reduce company reports

Family Day at Galindo-Higuera Adobe

Fancy dancers take it to the streets

Fremont City Council

Fremont Elks member receives flag flown over US Capitol

Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police thank volunteers during National Volunteer Week

Fremont elementary schools recognized

Get ready to #ConnectHayward

Gorgeous bath for two

Hayward City Council

Hayward La Honda Music Camp

Honoring Hayward heroes

Hot Havana Night!

In the Beginning, God Created Difference

Irvington Tennis

Lady Cougars blank Lady Vikings

Lady Cougars continue winning ways

Late offense spurs Huskies

Learn from Gurus

Letter to the Editory: Elementary school admissions

Local communities celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Local families needed for exchange students

Local museum elects new Board

Microsoft sues US over secret demands for customer data

Milpitas City Council Meeting

Moreau Catholic Men's Tennis Qualifies for NCS

Newark Police Log

Newark celebrates National Volunteer Month Ð April 2016

News from New Haven Unified School District

Northern California Safety and Health Fair 2016

Ohlone celebrates wellness through Tai Chi and Qigong

One ride can change a life: Drivers for Survivors Black and White Ball

Onsite testing begins for BARTÕs first new train car

Park District bans smoking and drones, adds single-track bike trails

Park It

Playwrights Festival showcases original work

Senior health and wellness

Solar Impulse takes off to complete Pacific Crossing

State shows improvement in AIDS, cancer and other national health goals

Structure Fire on Royal Ann Common

Super Stars Literacy

Take to the streets with ÔBike SLÕ

Tech It Out @ Your Library! Celebrating 1 year at Alameda County Library

Testing of BART trains on new Warm Springs Extension trackway continues

The Empire

The Verdict Is In ÑOur Residents Are Happy to Plant Their Roots in Fremont

Three Fremont high achools ranked among best in California

Ties that bind

Titans control Eagles

Trail running with your four-legged best friend

Union City Police Log

VTA Board considers transportation sales tax for November ballot

Walk with survivors at Relay for Life

YMCA helps kids stay active all summer long

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