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February 20, 2018

February 13, 2018

Article Index

13 to join Women?s Hall of Fame

A decade of imagination at Children?s Film Fest

Arrest for possession of drugs and assault rifles

BART Police Log

Bill introduced to help prevent West Nile and Zika viruses

Bus Trip for Education

CSEA Bargaining Update

Cal State East Bay to support at-risk students

California Supreme Court lets stand landmark decision

California officials, protesters fight offshore drill plans

Californias WaterFix

Californias WaterFix

Celtic celebration of the Grateful Dead

Chabot outreach gets boost from grant

Community clean-up and beautification coming to South Hayward

Cougar Report

Cougars qualify for championships

Crab feed fundraiser supports sports

DACA recipients: Renew your status


Editorial: The gloves come off

Festive Purim celebrates deliverance

Fremont Christian seniors earn tournament awards

Fremont City Council

Fremont News Briefs

Fremont Police Log

Get Brewing on the Farm

Health Expo seeks community partners

Homeless pets find homes

Homicide investigation continues

Honor Roll

Important information for candidates for primary election

Indulge your darker side at FSO gala

Indulge your darker side at FSO gala

Jacob Call named CCAA Pitcher of the Week

Lady Titans head to semi-finals

Lunar New Year Street Festival

Lunar New Year Street Festival

Lunar New Year at San Leandro Library

Making democracy work for 98 years

Measure E Bond oversight

Men?s and Women?s teams earn All-Academic honors

New Maps on Local Wildlife Refuge Website

New Year, New Look: Thinksiliconvalley 2.0 Features Fresh Design with Same Can-Do Spirit

New mobile parking payment system

Park It

Preparing BART track workers

President?s Day at John Gomes Elementary

Prom clothes giveaway aids young men and women

R&B weekend at Smoking Pig

Raku Demonstration

Scholarships for college-bound women

Service helps navigate insurance coverage

Shape Our Fremont

Student speakers compete for scholarships

Super fun at Superhero run

Swalwell introduces the Journalist Protection Act

The Robot Report

The science of grafting scions

Titans beat Cougars in impressive win

Tournament Results

Union City City Council Meeting

Vendors sought for Senior Health Fair

Water use climbs in California enclaves as drought returns

Where does the money go?

ZooMobile visits local libraries

Article Index

A hometown recipe for hope

An evening of stories, laughter with Brian Copeland

Arroyo scholar/athlete heading for Eastern Washington University

Auto thief sprints from stolen car and eludes police

BART Police Log

Benefit parity for sponsored indigent noncitizens

Bill would give part of Route 84 to Fremont

Call if you Can. Text if you Can?t

Celebrate the Year of the Dog

Celebrate the Year of the Dog

Celebrating 25 Years Empowering Hayward Families

Club?s hobby is on the money

Clubs hobby is on the money

Cougars Report

Cougars rally to beat Huskies

Creek Crawl highlights history, climate change

Dominican Sisters host seminars on environment and more

Dynamic exhibit by Hayward Arts Council members

East Bay water polo player wins accolades

Equilibrium shows distinct perspectives and balanced elements

Equilibrium shows distinct perspectives and balanced elements

Excellence in Education Gala honors Mahesh Patel and Sharon Coco

Family Fun Weekend: bringing families with Deaf children together

Fremont City Council

Fremont Police Log

Fremont official to say goodbye

Gallery welcomes youngest solo exhibiting artist

Getting over your fear of making a mistake

Governors order increases clean vehicles, funds climate Investments

Grapplers big match lives up to its billing

Hardcourt bike polo unites cyclists in the Bay Area

Hardcourt bike polo unites cyclists in the Bay Area

Hi-Tech Missions

Influenza activity growing in the South Bay

James Logan High School hosts two crab feeds

January proclaimed Human Trafficking Month

Kindergarteners mark 100th school day with visit from centenarian

Letter to the Editor

Logan track coach stepping down

Longtime community ambassador wins leadership award

Milpitas Cares events coming in March

Milpitas City Council

New Haven School Board Briefs

Newark City Council

Newark Police Log

Painting exhibition celebrates Year of the Dog

Park It

Primary mission: Safety and reliability

Renegades triumph

Rescued bears get new home

San Leandro City Council

School district seeking parent feedback in survey

Self-expression and independent thinking

Shape Our Fremont

Share some cannoli and meet a cop

State awards tackle food waste and hunger

Summer child care position in Newark

Talkie fundraiser explores haunted locations

Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. ? Preserving a legacy

Union City Police Log

Valentine?s Day Express Marriage Service

Vines: the perfect fit for any garden

ZooMobile visits local libraries

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