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Article Index

A focus on oil trains

A social gathering for seniors

AC Transit wins award for financial reporting

Agency posts thousands of complaints against banks, others

Alleviate hunger this summer

An appetite to serve

BART service disruption next two weekends

Back to School giveaway at Check Center

Cal State East Bay University names new Assistant Athletics Director

California State FairÉ the most humane in the nation?

California arts scholars announced

Celebrate Independence Day with pride

Celebrate Independence Day with pride

Chabot launches open house series

City of Fremont News Briefs

Cross Co-Player of Year, joins Dettloff on All-America Team

Display at State Capitol celebrates Alameda County

District Teachers of the Year

Dixieland Band to tour Europe

Downtown Hayward hosts ÒPasseio do VinhoÓ

Driver relished life on the road with giant spud

Durba Sen - East Meets West

Editorial: Self Evident Truths

Fourth of July traffic impacts

Fremont American Blue Jays win District 14 Tournament of Champions

Fremont American, Warm Springs advance to Finals

Fremont Police Log

FremontÕs new city engineer talks about Warm Springs, BART, Downtown Fremont, and his philosophy for a connected City

Girl Scouts donate funds to Mission Valley Elementary

Girls just want to have fun

Golden State Warriors honored by Alameda County Board of Supervisors

Hayward City Council

Hayward student wins $10,000 at State Capitol

Innovative funding plan for housing the homeless

Irvington High students sew blankets for children in need

Made Up Theatre offers Summer Play Spectacular

Making lives better at George Mark ChildrenÕs House

Making lives better at George Mark Childrens House

Malsl add free car charging stations

Milpitas City Council Meeting

Milpitas National Night Out

Moreau Catholic names new varsity girlsÕ basketball coach

New Housing: What's Approved vs. What's Needed

Newark City Council

Newark Police Log

Notice of road closure

Padilla named to Pan Pacific Board of Directors

Park It

Physical and Spiritual Nutrition program

Protecting immigrants from fraud

Recycled goods make unique creations in Transformations 2

Recycled goods make unique creations in Transformations 2

Safeway names new manager of Fremont store

San Francisco told to stop taking some water during drought

San Leandro Unified receives CalRecycle grant

San Leandro to host Free Family Movie Nights

Senator Wieckowski and local artist highlight drought

Sotelo, Contreras Set to Join Cross Country, Track & Field Teams

Stone named to All-America Team

Student art exhibition highlights World of Arts program

Supervisor Haggerty elected to state association board

Supervisors approve funding to stem growth of type 2 diabetes

Take action at Relay for Life

Taking art to the State Capitol

Teen Programs offer more than just books

The sweet sounds of summer concerts

Tri-City Health CenterÕs new vision

Two new members join Homelessness Task Force

Union City City Council Meeting

Union City Police Log

Union City fire victims in need of support

WalletHub names Fremont 7th best city for families

You face on your espresso? Highlights from tech show

Union City Premier Gladiators find success at over 6,000 feet

Article Index

AC Transit wins award for financial reporting

Alleviate hunger this summer

B Street Writers Collective - Call for submissions

Block party of Union CityÕs East Side

Broncho Billy rides again in Niles

Broncho Billy rides again in Niles

California board OKs nearly $50M in tax credits statewide

California experiences significant drop in adolescent births

Center for History and Culture celebrates first year

Chabot College publishes summer course catalog

Chabot launches open house series

Chief Spagnoli and off-duty sergeant arrest assault suspect

City of Fremont News Briefs

City of Milpitas introduces new Public Works Director

Closing the Solyndra Chapter

Creative teens fundraise to end teen dating abuse

DUI/DriverÕs License Checkpoint

Display at State Capitol celebrates Alameda County

DominoÕs April Fools Day spoof not so far-fetched

East Bay students help fine-tune U.S. Olympic fencing team

Editorial: A June Tune

Euphoric Delights: Women helping women

FUSD schools named Honor Roll recipients

Felony evading and assault with a deadly weapon

Field Day demonstrates science, skill, and service

Field Day demonstrates science, skill, and service

Final Art in the Garden event

Final Art in the Garden event

Fremont City Council

Fremont Police Log

Fremont Unified offers school bus driver classroom training

Fremont native to compete in 2015 Warrior Games

Hayward City Council

Hayward appoints first poet laureate

Hesperian robbery

Hip Hop, Health, & Hope Festival

Home Concert Series is all about the music

Illegal marijuana grow investigation

Improved climate control on new BART trains

Join the curling summer league

Kidnapping thwarted by alert bus driver

LeMans Karting launches Junior Summer Academy

Learn about gardening basics

Letter to the Editor: Declining servicesÉ who runs our City?

Local student participates in LearnStorm

Local students earn national Homeschool Award

Milpitas City Council Meeting

Miracle condor receives veterinary care

National Night Out in Newark

National Night Out shredding event

New Haven Unified School Board update

New senior care executive to lead Carlton Senior Living

New train cars undergo extensive testing

Newark Junior High STEM provides Robotics mentors

Newark Police Log

Park It

Public input on Niles Canyon Trail is needed

Recycled and Up-cycled Exhibit

RubyÕs Place is beneficiary of Lafayette Juniors

Skills for Success

Spread the Words for Lunch

Supervisors approve funding to stem growth of type 2 diabetes

Support for early memory loss

Take action at Relay for Life

The canonization of Junipero Serra

Two new members join Homelessness Task Force

Understanding the secret weapon of Social Media

Union City Police Log

Upcoming California teachersÕ summit

Valdez receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Vandalism of fiber optic cables

Vintage Court seniors celebrate water conservation

Volunteer for 4th of July Parade

WalletHub names Fremont 7th best city for families

Warm Springs tops Tournament of Champions

Warriors arena enters California budget debate

Weibel Elementary students pay it forward

WildCare's Baby Bird Nest Campaign has begun!

Wildflowers bloom in Union City

Witnesses and tips sought in hit and run

Yard sales in support of Relay for Life

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