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October 21, 2014

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Article Index

A Thousand Clowns

A battle to the end Ð Cougars prevail

A long and winery road

A safe and spooky Halloween Community Carnival

Asian citrus psyllid detected in San Jose

Beloved dance instructor to be honored at classroom dedication

Boo at the Zoo

Boo at the Zoo

Breaking gender stereotypes

Breaking gender stereotypes

CSU bolsters efforts with STEM degree completion

CSU launches historic campaign to celebrate three million alumni

Cars for a Cure

City of Fremont News Briefs

Committee approves graffiti guidelines

Craigslist scam suspect arrested for armed robbery

Creating community through acts of service

Diwali Festival and Fireworks

Diwali Festival and Fireworks

Editorial: Right Brain, Left Brain

FUSD recognized by Indian delegation

Foothill Gallery presents Holiday Show

Fremont City Council

Fremont Energy Challenge raises $1,000 for local libraries

Fremont Football League update

Fremont Police Log

Gold chain robbery suspect arrested

Hayward City Council

Hayward Fire Department launches home safety initiative

High schools compete for teen driver safety awards

Holocaust survivor to speak at Ohlone College

Idaho student's invention wins competition

Interventions that can last a life time

Its Manage Your Money Week

Lette to the Edotor: The Importance of Being Prepared

Letter to the Editor: Filipino Advocates weigh in on Measure KK

Letter to the Editor: Measure BB

Letter to the Edotor: Rowell Ranch Rodeo policy

Make a difference; donate peanut butter

Measure KK proponents offer compromise

Memorial service set for Chief McCammon

Mission Prevails Against Newark Memorial

Mouse or Mallet Ñ There are Many Career Pathways for Local Youth

New Union City Police Chief sworn in

Newark Police Log

Newark native serves in armed forces

Niles Rotary donates school supplies

Pioneers Fall in Overtime

Potential botulism risk

Public storage burglars arrested

Renegade Report

Rios named Teacher of Year

Shinn Historical Park and Arboretum

Sisters plan to leave a legacy

Spectrum Kitchen re-opens at Josephine Lum Lodge

Stalemate with Chico State

State of the State luncheon

Stay Safe or Be Scared?

Success versus mental health seminar

Teambuilding through service

Teen crisis prevention by text message

Third generation joins Berge-Pappas-Smith

Titans take control of league

Union City City Council Meeting

Union City Police Log

Verizon Innovative App Challenge starts up

Warehouse space urgently needed for Holiday Wish Drive

Watertight: a showcase of contemporary ceramic arts

Weibel Elementary students write letters to soldiers

Will Apple Pay be the next iRevolution?

Workshop on San Francisco Bay and Watershed

Article Index

A new face greets Hayward air travelers

Abode Services earns top honors

Additional cases of Enterovirus D68 infection statewide

Alameda County kicks off ÔWalktoberÕ month

An historic win for Mission San Jose Warriors

An opportunity for your mutt to strut

Assault with deadly weapon and felony vandalism

Auto Review: Chevrolet Spark EV: A New Way of DrivingÑand Thinking

Automobile/pedestrian collision

BART launches interactive game

Be entertained and amazed by Hookslide

Bestselling author to discuss new memoir

Broncos buck Pioneers in three sets

Burn curtailment resource guide

CHP Seeks Witnesses in Fatal Hit & Run Collision

Celebrating National Manufacturing Day

Code Switch co-author to appear at Book Fair Mixer

Daly appointed president of DeVry University Fremont campus

District Song Contest announces winners

Drivers for Survivors benefit evening

East Bay suffers setback in loss to Cal Poly Pomona

Editorial: The political season

Elite wear pink in October

Explore the refuge on Science Day

Explore the refuge on Science Day

Fatal traffic collision in Fremont

Fremont Education FoundationÕs Run 4 Education

Fremont Police Log

Fundraiser supports visual and performing arts

Gang task force makes arrests

General Election Forums

Ghost Train rides haunted rails at Ardenwood

Ghost Train rides haunted rails at Ardenwood

Got talent?

Grand opening of barbecue haven

Gregory Iturria named as Budget Director

Halloween auction to benefit holiday programs

Hayward Police Log

Idaho man creates expanding shoe to help poor kids

Induz Laser Dandiya for the arts

Induz Laser Dandiya for the arts

League of Women Voters promote voting rights

Letter to the Editor: School district plans to trap cats

Letter to the Editor: Super Flea Market to close?

Listen to worldly music that inspires

Make blood donation a lifelong habit

Marijuana Cultivation & Warrant Arrests

Market Match program extended

Milpitas City Council Meeting

Milpitas is among the best small cities in the US

Music first for Durham Elementary

NewPark Mall scares up Kids Fest

Newark City Council

Newark Police Log

Not Just Books: We have programs at the library, too

Ohlone College Board of Trustees meeting

Paint Your Pumpkin at Shinn Park

Palmdale Estates to be developed

Peace, love, and rescue at Woofstock

Pioneers Prevail in Season Debut with Cyclones

Pioneers score on nationÕs top defense

Potential Botulism Risk

Providing a memorable night for seniors

Rebels rebound to beat Dons in tight contest

Report: Amazon to open brick-and-mortar store

Rotary Club of Milpitas fights to end polio

School District plans extermination project

Speech tournament, classes and a chance to win $50

State of the State Luncheon

Success versus mental health seminar

Supervisors call for affordable housing study

Twin Cities airport plans solar power project

Unequal Pay: Must be a lot of good karma out there

Union City resident receives college scholarship

Volunteers clean flood channel on Coastal Cleanup Day

Wieckowski honors local leaders

With Z3, Sony brings phones to US faster

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