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Article Index

27 year veteran retires

A First Thanksgiving

Annual Niles parade to draw thousands

Annual Niles parade to draw thousands

Boats sit idle as algae threatens Dungeness crab season

Breshers named CCAA Player of the Week

Bringing the Fremont Vision to Life

Celebrate the season with Trees of Angels

City of Fremont News Briefs

Decorating with White Ð Color of the Year for 2016

Design the next Sports Center workout shirt!

Downtown Hayward will sparkle at Light Up the Season

Downtown Hayward will sparkle at Light Up the Season

East BayÕs Maina earns All-CCAA honors

Editorial: Linear Parks, what are they?

Ending homelessness through the holiday spirit of giving

Etegami for the Holidays

Food donations needed for LOV Thanksgiving

For holiday gifts, visit the Discovery Shop

Free holiday extravaganza coming to Pacific Commons

Fremont City Council

Fremont Football League ends season

Fremont Police Log

Gift Guide: Kiddie tech beyond video games, tablets

Give blood or host a blood drive

Governor extends California water-saving measures in drought

Hayward City Council

Holiday arts and crafts sale

Holiday business closures

ItÕs Turkey Time

Its never too late to go to college

Kimbookai gives final gift to library

Letter to the Editor: Harassment incident

Letter to the Editor: One-half parking

Local Museum Celebrates Twenty Years

Local Navy Petty Officer serves aboard USS Stockade

Local State Farm agent sponsors Toys for Tots

Local Student achieves top ACT score

Mandatory recycling: fines now being issued

Milpitas City Council Meeting

Moreau Catholic rallies for a dramatic win

Mysterious, magnificent monarchs

Naturalist Bletz receives National Award

Newark Artists Open Studios

Newark Artists Open Studios

Newark Police Log

Nominations open for Hayward awards

Ohlone College Board of Trustees Meeting

Ohlone Renegades Report

Park District plans Bay Trail extension

Promoting Positivity

Ready, Set, Shop!

Running for IndoRelief

San Leandro receives Digital Cities Award

Snacks with Santa

St. Nicks of Niles returns

Submitted by MCSN Jamal McNeil

Sugar, corn industries settle sweetener spat; terms secret

Support local artisans at Holiday for the Arts

Support youth programs this holiday season

Table tennis tournament registration now open

The Sisters are ready for Olive Harvest

Turkey and Eagles join forces

Tyson Foods Inc recalls chicken product

USDA food safety resources for Thanksgiving troubles

Union City Police Log

Vehicle burglar arrested

Volunteer at Emergency Warming Center

Warning about certain seafood caught along Northern and Central California coasts

Woman makes fake Mickey Mouse cards in Disney ticket scam

Enrollment information meetings scheduled

Article Index

17th annual Taiwanese free Thanksgiving dinner

5 things to know about Apple's new iPad Pro

Alameda County Veterans Services presentation

Annual Holiday Crime Prevention meeting

Apply to be a City of Fremont Commissioner or Advisory Board Member

Appreciation at Work

Beat the heat

CSU East Bay students make a difference

CSUEB to perform Our Town

Call for submissions for poster contest

Chapel of the Chimes celebrates Chinese Chung Yeung

Chapel of the Chimes celebrates Hispanic tradition

Cub Scouts Pack 112 collects food

District 1 Director Dennis Kennedy announces resignation

Donations needed for LOV Thanksgiving

Eagles grounded in postseason play

East Bay Swim Defeats Alaska in Back-to-Back Duals

East Bay and South Bay Postal carriers inducted into Million Mile Club

East Bay swim team ranked No. 24

East Bay women top Western Oregon 57-42 in season opener

Eden Health District and Davis Street partnership

Editorial: Thanksgiving

Exploring human origins: What does it mean to be human?

Exploring human origins: What does it mean to be human?

Fremont Chamber hosts transportation forum

Fremont City Council

Fremont Police Log

Fremont high schoolers start Entrepreneurship Program

HARD approves Veteran Memorial expansion

Images de Paris on your doorstep

Immersive learning with Google Expeditions

ItÕs beginning to look a lot like winter

Joyful preparations for holiday boutique

Kitayama Elementary holds successful Fall Health Fair

Korla documentary reveals the man behind the music

Lancers dominate in postseason play

Letter to the Editor: Reminiscences of the Candle Lighters Ghost House

Letter to the Editor: Response to editorial

Life Chiropractic College West wins Golden Heart Award

Life West students celebrate World Spine Day

Lincoln MKC: In Search of Fresh Customers

Mariners move on in postseason play

National Adopt a Senior Pet Month

Native plants garden: Building community, one park at a time

New Fremont Biomedical Manufacturer Fights Pain with Breakthrough Technology

New produce safety rules aim to prevent illness outbreaks

Newark City Council

Newark Police Department to hold Tip-a-Cop fundraiser

Newark Police Log

Niles Boulevard Bridge construction update

No ticket, no driver: Police stop Google self-driving car

November mixer

Ohlone College shows film on PTSD

Ohlone hosts Survivors of Suicide Loss Day Conference

Ohlone hosts Survivors of Suicide Loss Day Conference

Opposition to Mission Peak fees, hours

PG&E offers free gas appliance checkups this winter

Pianist Jon Nakamatsu in rare East Bay appearance

Pianist Jon Nakamatsu in rare East Bay appearance

Pioneers give Sac State all it can handle

Practicing compassion for individuals dealing with lifeÕs complexities

Renegades Report

Rotarians, Interactors and Rotaractors work together

San Leandro seeks applications for Citizens Advisory Committee

SeasonÕs greetings from Niles Canyon

Socks for Seniors

St. Francis Urgent Care open house

Student Voter Registration Program

Third year of record high CSU degrees conferred

Transit Oriented Development Overlays - TODs

Trees need extra TLC during drought

Turkey Swim honors Karen M. Gordin

USS Hornet Museum hires first female Executive Director

Union City Police Log

United Way of the Bay Area seeks volunteer tax preparers

Warmest Greetings! Ð a modern Christmas tale

What goes up must come down: Garage doors in action

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