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Archive Issue October 27, 2015

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October 27, 2015
Tri-City Voice October 27, 2015 Issue
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Article Index

A friendly light in the dark

A friendly light in the dark

A global giant chooses Fremont

Adventure & Legend

Boulevard Artist show at Mission Coffee

CTA files charge against San Lorenzo School District

City of Fremont News Briefs

Community meeting for San Leandro Creek Trail Master Plan Study

Community meetings on Hayward traffic

Connexpedition: Service on the other side of the world

Cougars top Warriors in tough contest

Discovery Day for mother-daughter tandems

Discovery Day for mother-daughter tandems

Domestic violence suspect arrested

Drought notes

East Bay Greenway Dedication Ceremony

East Bay Regional Park District releases Mission Peak Draft EIR

East Bay Takes First Place at Invitational

Editorial: The right stuff

Folk music from Ireland and Scotland

Fremont City Council

Fremont Football readies for playoffs

Fremont Police Log

Hayward Area Historical Society receives grant

Hayward Water Pollution Control Facility receives EPA Green Power Leadership Award

Hello, Pluto!

Holiday Show at the Foothill Gallery

Hollister pair arrested in stolen vehicle

Host Red Cross blood drives and become eligible for scholarships

IFR predicts double digit growth for service robots through 2018

Increase in students earning State Seal of Biliteracy

James Logan locked down after shooting threat

Katrina Scott-Vance takes oath as San Leandro Postmaster

Kiwanis Club of Fremont to hold Turkey/Holiday Food Drive

Lets go solar together

Life West Chair and students visit Mexico

Literacy program donates books to school district

Local junior high school does it again!

Local pastor releases uplifting book

Make a Difference in the Community Awards

Milpitas City Council Meeting

National essay contest for high school students

New rail crossing warning system planned for Sunol

Newark City Council

Newark Educational Foundation supports Science Camp

Newark Police Log

Newark: Images of America Ð presentation and book signing

Outrun zombies at Running Dead

PG&E upgrades power lines with airpower

Park It

Pool tournament honors local volunteer

Prince of Darkness: The Untold Story of Jeremiah Hamilton, Wall Streets First Black Millionaire by Shane White

Prostate cancer: what you need to know

Raiders WomenÕs Association supports Crucial Catch

Recall of Seyma Happy Snacks products

Remembering loved ones during Da de los Muertos

Remembering loved ones during Da de los Muertos

Renegades Report

Rotary clubs host martini mixer

Rubys Place takes the Purple Purse Challenge

Rustico Foods recalls packaged soup products

Santa Clara County Supervisors approve ordinance to deter road rage

Scoop, an automated carpooling app

Smith Center at Ohlone College presents Tao Lin

Special November meetings by Kiwanis Club of Fremont

Standard time returns November 2

Steve Basta, former CEO of AlterG, to discuss Entrepreneurship

Study shows prenatal vaccination decreases severe illness/death in pediatric pertussis cases

Support underserved youth with The First Tee

Suspect arrested for slashing tires

Suspect shot following exchange of gunfire

Tech companies face rocky road on the way to making cars

Theres magic in the air

Thousands eligible for PG&E CARE Program

Turfs Up!

Union Sanitary District crews continue work on Union City sinkhole

Upcoming events at Fremont Senior Center

We need volunteers!

Wetlands can protect communities

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