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January 20, 2015

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Article Index

6 more California measles cases tied to Disney outbreak

A Playdate for the Imagination

A Playdate for the Imagination

Balanced offense, dominant defense in season opening win

BobÕs Athletic Club Reunion

CSUEB men downed by defending champs

California Department of Public Health confirms measles cases

Career and Community Resource Fair

Celebrate the New Year with free crapemyrtle trees

Celebrating India Republic Day

Chinas Xiaomi takes aim at Apple with new phone

City Council honors Recycling Poster Contest winners

City heroes honored at Chamber Gala

City of Fremont News Briefs

City of Fremont Sweeps into the Semifinals for $5 Million Georgetown University Energy Prize


Cougar Wrestlers defeat Washington

County of Santa Clara recovers $3 million in settlement

Court ruling, a disappointment

Curmudgeons Garden

Department of Public Health announces seasonÕs first Influenza death

Developing a Trail between Niles and Sunol

Domestic violenceÉ who ya gonna call?

East Bay Report

Editorial: The Great Divide

Emeritus at Fremont earns national award

Expressway Plan 2040 Project Public Meetings

Facts on 2015 tax season

Featured Showcase artist: Mitchell Neto

First Tech Challenge team promotes STEM in the community

Fremont Art Association workshop

Fremont City Council

Fremont Police Log

Fremont as a semifinalist for Energy Prize

GO FIGURE: Figuring the odds of Earth's global hot streak

GovernorÕs budget proposal expands funding for CSU

Hayward Area Recreation and Park District announces Board vacancy

Hayward City Council

Hayward Police Community Academy

Hayward Police Log

Hayward homicide suspect in custody

Hayward seeks Planning Commission applicants

Help a child; be a mentor

History Column: Daniel Smith Mills

Immigrants can now get Mexican birth certificates in US

Judge rules on suit over California college's accreditation

Lincoln Elementary Health & Resource Fair

Local chorus looking for women Wild About Singing

Local student named to DeanÕs List

Logan Report

Milpitas PD honors fallen NYPD officers

More schools serve students dinner as demand expands

Music at the Mission: Swing n Stuff

Music at the Mission: Swing n Stuff

New CPR 7 Training Record

New Year Polar Bear Plunge

Newark Police Log

Newark neighborhoods form Neighborhood Watch

No Hiking Fees at Mission Peak Regional Preserve

Non Profit Industry Council program

Ohlone College Board of Trustees Meeting

Ohlone Humane Society column: Survival 101

Ohlone Renegade Report

Optimist International Essay Contest

Pat Kites Garden: Orchids

Pioneers sprint past Cougars

Prom Dress Swap

Raise a fork to National Pie Day

Rep. Swalwell sworn in for second term

Santa Clara County and Hsinchu County of Taiwan hold celebration

Senator Wieckowski receives committee assignments

Settlement Ends Kaiser-RN Dispute

Singles Golf Outing

Student wind band  a musical challenge

Students take a bite out of hunger

Supervisor Haggerty elected President of Alameda County Board of Supervisors

Swalwell appointed to serve on Intelligence Committee

Swalwell brings hero Afghan interpreter to State of the Union

Three Viewings brings laughter and tears

Thursday January 15, 2015, 3:57 PM

Town Hall meeting on bullying

US House votes to overturn Obama's immigration actions

Union City City Council Meeting

Union City contracts dispatching services with Fremont

Vacancies on AC Transit Retirement Board

Watercolor exhibit at Mission Coffee

What happened to the Swiss franc?

Why a Samsung takeover of Blackberry could make sense

Youth Dixieland Festival

Youth Dixieland Festival

Article Index

A.R.T., Inc. showcases members best

A.R.T., Inc. showcases membersÕ best

Accessibility Advisory Committee of AC Transit seeks volunteers

Alameda Creek Takes Center Stage in ACWDÕs Pursuit of High Quality Water

Altacode students share their passion

Another book store closes

Auto Review: Acura TLX: Look beneath the surface

CDPH warning of Santa Barbara SmokehouseÕs Cold-Smoked Salmon

Change of HARB meeting venue

Charlotte Diamond in concert

City of FremontÕs Fire Station No. 11 is now open

Coming to a car near you: auto technology at CES

Department of Public Health announces seasonÕs first Influenza death

Editorial: If the right one donÕt get ya, the left one will

Enter the Tom Cain Memorial Photography Contest

Free grant information workshop

Fremont Police Citizens Academy accepting applications

Fremont Police Log

Good showing by Cougars at Watsonville meet

Greater Tri-Cities pay tribute to Dr. King

Greater Tri-Cities pay tribute to Dr. King

Gutsy swims lead to win

Hayward Police Log

Health and Resource Fair

James Logan Report

Kaiser RNs announce plans to strike

Key aspects of the governor's proposed California budget

Kindness Drives held at Forest Park Elementary

Kung Fu magazine: 22 years young and still kicking

Kung Fu magazine: 22 years young and still kicking

League of Women Voters Eden Area meeting

Let our coast and ocean inspire you! Art & Poetry Contest

Local writer wins screenwriting contest

Meetings on housing, facilities, and social service needs

Milpitas City Council Meeting

Newark City Council

Newark Police Log

Niles Rotary  Reverse Draw

Northern California middle school students compete in Future City regional finals

Obama-GOP alliance on trade raises hopes for new agreements

Olive Hyde offers scholarships

PG&E pays $32 million in property taxes to Alameda and Contra Costa Counties

Pioneers Lose Battle of the Boards

Pioneers Lose Battle of the Boards

Places exhibit combines inventive sculptures and images of war

SAVE awarded $275,000 Grant

San Francisco Giants World Series trophies coming to Hayward

Santa Clara County (SCC) Government Academy

School district reopens elementary school libraries

Shape Our Fremont

Silicon Valley Awards Ð A grand red carpet affair

StarStruck steams into 20th year with ÔSeussicalÕ

Tattoos and body piercings in the corporate workplace

Tea, cake, and a healthy dose of death

Three Viewings opens at Broadway West

Twelve times a treat for Fremont

Union City Police Log

Whitfield's game-winner lifts Pioneers

Whitfield's game-winner lifts Pioneers

Wolves of California: The Long Journey Home

Lots of noise, a few gems in smart home

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