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Article Index

$1000 Scholarships available for high school and college singers

24 Hour Fitness¨ Club joins NewPark Mall

Aegis LivingÕs Emily Poon named Outstanding Executive Director

Amateur Radio enthusiasts test skills during Field Day

Applicants sought for Hayward Planning Commission

Applicants sought for police chief advisory board

Bay Area Muslim community deepens commitment to the environment

Be a successful consultant

Cannabis conference draws thousands

Chamber singers invite community to Sing Out!

Dancer Lim awarded $15k scholarship

Editorial: Historic District faces historic renewal

Exercising her options: One womans diagnosis leads to classes for Parkinsons patients

Exercising her options: One womans diagnosis leads to classes for Parkinsons patients

Film festival celebrates 20 years of history

Fremont News Briefs

Fremont Police Log

Futurist Ann Badillo and Entrepreneur Murray Newlands

Girls Sought for Advisory Team

Halliday to give State of the City

Hayward Chamber seeking internship partners

Hilltop Mixer

Homeless student persists, graduates

Kids Summer Camp offers tutoring, activities

Live poultry a Salmonella source

Marijuana in the city? Have your say

Mark your calendars: document shredding event coming soon

Mission San Jose, Warm Springs, Centerville National win tournament openers

New Haven offers summer lunch program

New Haven teachers garner awards

Newark Police Log

Niles-Centerville to play Mission San Jose in semi-final matchup

Olive Hyde Art Guild awards scholarships

PACE helps seniors build lasting friendships

Patriotic pit bull adoption

Put a little speakeasy into your Saturday

Reserve London Tour spots now

Resolution to recognize Muslim Americans

Roll up your sleeve: blood donations needed

San Francisco celebrates 1967 Summer of Love

San Leandro Extends National Bicycle Safety Month

Saving lives and celebrating life

School District summer schedule

Silicon Valley Animal shelter receives grant

Social SecurityÕs top blog posts

State budget puts new limits on University of California

State budget supports jobs, education, health

Summer Music Program

The magic of dry riverbeds

Truth Thursdays returns with new art element

Union City City Council Meeting

Union City Police Log

Unusual circumstances bring four black bears to Oakland Zoo

Fremont City Council

Article Index

Apple's HomePod speaker pumps up the volume on tech rivals

Attend Startup Grind Fremont - Become an influencer

Beat the summer heat in a curling clinic

CSUEB matches own best Cup finish

Call for Volunteers

Calling young wrestlers, camp is coming

Cribbage Season ends, Club Director retires

Dandilyonn Ð a growing concern

Durham Elementary welcomes leafy newcomers

Editorial: Political expediency

Epicurean Escapade

Existing climate efforts expected to keep US goals on track

Fremont City Council

Fremont Police Log

Friday nights offer total community experience

Gas station attendant shot in robbery; suspect sought

Get ready to party against crime

Get set to get wet!

Golf tournament ÔforeÕ the kids

Habitat for Humanity home ownership

Hayward City Council

Hayward Mayor to deliver State of the City

Internship matching site launched by local high school student

Katie Train steams into town

Katie Train steams into town

KidsÕ Summer Day Camp - Five weeks of fun

Letter to the Editor: Stand Up 4 Fremont sues the City of Fremont over Walnut Residences

Letter to the Editor: Vargas access needs improvement

Lifes mysteries revealed in Kintsugi

Magic of Japanese Taiko drums revealed

Microvi named Small Business of the Year

Milpitas City Council Meeting

Music at the Grove celebrates 30th year

Music, movies, and murder

Neighborhood Watch program deters crime

New Google project digitizes world's top fashion archives

Newark City Council

Newark Police Log

Phantom Gallery hosts art of Bhavna Misra

Police seeking clues in hit-and-run investigation

Rally over the rainbow

Sasaki accepts Tritons bid

Students spearhead K-9 retirement project

Supervisors support Paris Climate Agreement

Swing into summer with local concerts

Union City Police Log

Water study earns Fremont student honors

Wayne unanimously appointed to Superintendent

Youth Academy gives students a peek into how police work

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