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Article Index

10K on the Bay

A F.U.N. donation to animal shelter

AC Transit operators honored for outstanding service

ACWD launches new program

Adobo Festival sizzles in Union City

Adobo Festival sizzles in Union City

Alameda County Board of Education annual reorganization

Assembly approves Corbett Community Smart Growth bill

Back to school Ð Help at your library

Briana Guillory to play basketball for CSUEB Pioneers

California Lt. Gov wants AD jobs tied to academics

California regulators approve PG&E rate hike

City of Fremont News Briefs

Come on in, the waterÕs fine!

Come on in, the waters fine!

Cortese calls for water usage cuts at Santa Clara County departments

Cutts of CSUEB swims to pair of open-water masters national titles

DUI and Drivers License Checkpoint scheduled

DUI crackdown in Milpitas

Detectives seek the publicÕs help

Do your part: Vote!

Editorial: Mandates

Fall 2014 Citizen Police Academy

First day of school

Flight to Freedom

Flight to Freedom

Fremont Police Log

Fremont students got talent

Hayward Police Log

Henry and Ayala join Pioneer soccer

Historic Railroad Fair steams into town

How to calm start-of-school jitters

India Independence Day celebrates talent

ItÕs up to all of us to save water

James Logan High students pitch in

Lead up to Labor Day brings DUI crackdown

Lighter sentences sought for some business crimes

Local dancer shines

Music in the Vineyard supports women

New Fremont FarmersÕ Market

New Veteran IDs launched

Newark Police Log

Not Your Grandmas Chamber of Commerce

Ohlone College Board of Trustees Meeting

Ohlone Humane Society Column: On the go with critter in tow

Out of the frying pan and into the fire

Passport exhibit showcases membersÕ art

Police apprehend school burglar

Primed to support music

Refuge Race fosters discovery and health

Relay For Life fights for a cure

San Leandro Police Log

Say Yes to a Healthier Lifestyle

Saying goodbye to grass

Senate committee approves Wieckowski bill

Shape Our Fremont

Stephen Hollingsworth exhibit

Stores have a solid start to back-to-school season

Stuff the Bus

Tips for parents of students with special needs

Tune in to UC BerkeleyÕs sale of musical instruments

Union City Police Log

Union Sanitary District welcomes new General Manager

Vehicle theft suspect arrested

Washington Hospital Honors ICU Essay Contest Winners

Wasp Wanderings

Water Polo places school record on All-Academic Team

Water district response to extreme drought conditions

Court: Silence can be used against suspects

Thomas Orozco - Junior Angler Champion

What happens to bonds when everyone aims to sell?

Article Index

A call to action

Armed robbery suspect in custody

Assisted Living Closures Bill passes Assembly Appropriations Committee

Auto Review: Ford Focus ST: Seriously Potent Ð and Practical Too

Auto burglars arrested

Be prepared in an Earthquake Emergency Team

Breastfeeding Your Baby: When Lactation Support Isnt Enough

CSU receives $500K grant

Cajun Zydeco Festival

California DreaminÕ wraps up Street Party season

California spends big on housing, little on energy

Celebrate Moon Festival

Co-housing program forming in Fremont

Coaches prepare to motivate and mentor

Community college champion joins Pioneer hoops

Court dog helps traumatized children

Day of the Dead Ð Call for Art

Dept of Public Health launches Open Data Portal

Downtown Hayward to host second annual Passeio do Vinho

Driver of a reported stolen vehicle involved in collision

Editorial: Sex sells

Education specialist named Koshland Fellow

Establishing a Long-Term Relationship with Your ChildÕs Doctor Can Ensure Proper Care Year-Round

Festival of India and Parade

Festival of India and Parade

First human West Nile Virus fatalities

Fremont News Briefs

Fremont Police Log

Fremont local aboard USS Forrest Sherman

Fremont students rediscover Martin Luther KingÕs dream

General Plan Health Element available for public review

Go For Broke announces essay contest winners

Hayward Police Log

Hayward appoints new Councilmember

Help provide much-needed school supplies

Hindu Americans honored in California

Hot cars gather in historic Niles

Hot cars gather in historic Niles

Janmashtami Celebrations

Judge rejects $324.5M settlement of tech wage case

LEGENDS

Laci Effenberger finds a home with East Bay hoops

Letter to the Editor: An accolade

Letter to the Editor: Dangerous crosswalk

Local artist restores Hayward mural

Local baseball team represents California

Look Who Scooted Into Town! Q and A with GenZe

Looking for the next great American author

Luau dance for special needs citizens

Made Up Shakespeare debuts

Microsoft sues Samsung in royalty dispute

Milpitas City Council Meeting

Milpitas schools start August 18

New law limits football contact practices

Newark Police Log

Online assessment appeal launched

Out of Space

Passeio do Vinho returns

Prep your child for kindergarten

Rock and Blues launch Niles concerts

Run for Peace and Neighborhood Party

SNAP benefits at farmersÕ markets

STEM event challenges future female innovators

San Leandro team wins at K-9 competition

Senator Corbett honored

Shonerd honored as Woman of the Year

Smart Growth Bill clears Appropriations Committee

Spend a Hot Pawgust Night in Hayward

Stage 1 delivers a non-stop adventure to Who-ville

Start Smart: Teen driving

Summer Shorts features original plays

Supervisors approve project for homeless veterans

Teen assaulted

Tennis shines at John F. Kennedy High

VTA Board of Directors moves projects forward

Warren Avenue re-opens

Welcome Teacher Day

What parents need to know

Wieckowski honors student math tutors

Zucchini takes the spotlight in Hayward

Zucchini takes the spotlight in Hayward

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