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August 22, 2017

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Article Index

Antique Faire a perennial treat

At the center of everything: HaywardÕs Green Shutter Hotel

BART Police Log

Body scanners being piloted in Los Angeles subway system

Burglary suspects caught in the act

Chanticleers Theatre hosts Open House and Picnic

Circus Vargas unveils original new production Ð SteamCirque!

Coffee with a Cop meeting set

Community Ambassador Program for Seniors offers training

Douglas Morrisson presents classic dark comedy

Editorial: Our House

FUSD back to school ÔThings to KnowÕ

Filmmaker Moore plants the flag for good ideas in ÒWhere to Invade NextÓ

Fremont News Briefs

Fremont Police Log

Girl Scout educates community about crime prevention

Golden Gate Bridge daredevils charged with trespass

Hayward Neighborhood Alert group meeting set

Help seniors receive Meals on Wheels and more

Historical parkÕs rose garden receives community support

JAM makes wishes come true

Keep your cellphone close while riding BART

Knap-In at Coyote Hills

Learn ancient skill at Knap-In

Maximums and minimums - ThereÕs a range of possibilities

Million Father March back to school

Museum Gets Little Free Library

New Neighborhood Watch group forming in Newark

Next big leap for Apple may be augmented reality

OhloneÕs Entertainment Design & Technology Department rocks on!

Open up to ornamental fences

Resource Center seeking planning partners

Sign up now for Nor Cal Rush soccer

Silent song finds iTunes popularity due to special role

Sprechen Sie Deutsch?

Startup Grind Fremont

Submissions wanted for Flash Fiction writing contest

The Ô60s and Ô70s Revisited

Union City Police Log

Visual and verbal art combine to inspire

Water program offers nearly $1M in grants, partnerships

Why Twitter wonÕt ban President Donald Trump

Wieckowski to recognize local heroes

Woman finds long-lost engagement ring in carrot patch

Youth Empowerment Academy grads created art, learned life skills

Newark Police Log

Article Index

Adoption event at the Tri-City Animal Shelter

Advisory board looking for new members

Aegis of Fremont celebrates an anniversary

Alert citizens aid police in package theft cases

American High modernization over budget

Argenal resigns to join Nevada coaching staff

BART Police Log

Back-to-school preparations include vaccinating children

Backpacks for needy kids giveaway set

Bay Trail run supports educational programs

Be ready for food law changes

Bill bolsters firefighter safety

Biomedical Community Lunches and Learns in Fremont

Charity tournament benefits Red Cross

Come to meet a cop, stay for the tea

Community identifier projects Ð Responses to proposals needed

Department store chains see key sales figures slip

Eclipse Journey©: Introduction excerpt

Editorial: Eclipse

Environmental groupÕs twenty-year success

Facebook steps up video ambitions with Watch

First West Nile Virus positive dead bird detected in Santa Clara County

First day of school may bring traffic delays

Fremont News Briefs

Fremont Police Log

Fremont makes battery disposal easy, legal

Fremont native and standout athlete sacrificed all

Fremont semiconductor pioneer honored

FremontÕs new affordable housing

Google gender debacle speaks to tech culture wars, politics

Got harmony? Join A Cappella U

Greek Festival focuses on food, fun, and family

Greek Festival focuses on food, fun, and family

Hayward requests ICE to give notice

Historic Shinn house hosts arts, crafts and STEAM

Hot August Bites

Lake Temescal, Quarry Lakes welcome swimmers again

League of Volunteers and Circus Vargas team up for summer camp finale

Local Scout is top of the popcorn heap Luke Fewx Number One in nation

Moler Barber College Ð the new go to for style

Music in the Vineyard

Narcotics suspects nabbed by police

Navy honors 102-year-old vet, black pioneer

Newark Police Log

Pacific Bus Museum Open House

Park It

Parked car leads to multiple arrests

Police chief to address Latino Business Roundtable

San Francisco street sells for $90K. Neighbors arenÕt happy

Santa Clara County seeks next Poet Laureate

Sister Cities unite

Sister Cities unite

Sisters support charities through art

South Asian comedy extravaganza comes to Tri-Cities

Staged reading of full-length fantasy play

State of the City video released

Teens get discounted Clipper cards

The Filharmonic brings a cappella urban hip-hop/'90s nostalgia

The Great 2017 Solar Eclipse

The Great 2017 Solar Eclipse

The perks of pervious concrete

The zucchini is coming to town

Tickets still available for Flight to Freedom

WomenÕs program a ÔBrilliant IdeaÕ

Worlds plastic waste could bury Manhattan two miles deep

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