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November 18, 2014

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Article Index

AT&T stops adding Web tracking codes on cellphones

Beware of decorative contact lenses

Board of Pharmacy recommends eliminating tobacco/cigarette sales in pharmacies

Bright Future for a Comet-Chasing Spacecraft

California accuses BP of inflating gas contract

California cat cafe is catnip for feline fans

California home sales rose in October

California: Customers would pay for water tunnels

Celebrate BART Oakland Airport Service

City of Fremont News Briefs

Close finish at league championships

Community to remember those who died while homeless

Crab Feed raises funds for community

District 2 Holiday Open House

Dominican Sisters hold Holiday Boutique

Donated cabinet holds bonds worth more than $7,000

Drive Thru Prayer debuts

East Bay topples Tritons in four-set thriller

Editorial: TroubleÉ right here in the Tri-Cities

Fall crime prevention tips

Floating diyas [lamps] help beautify India

Fremont Police Log

Get in Shape 5k Run/Walk

Girl Scouts make a difference

Got Insurance? Your local library provides Covered California Health Insurance assistance

Governors team up to tackle drought crisis

Hayward Knights of Columbus receive top award

Hayward Police Log

History: 1933 or the Great Depression

Homes needed for rescued horses

Immigration - Sources: Executive order to affect millions

Judge fines himself after cellphone rings in court

Keep the holiday cheer with safe cooking and decorating

Lady Trojans duo poised for post season play

Letter to the Editor: Rodeo a positive contribution to our community

Local author introduces the Fearless Fifteen

Local company provides sustainable power

McConaghy House closed for update

NY chef aiming for gingerbread house world record

Newark City Council

Newark Police Log

Newark Police would like to partner with you

Ohlone College Board of Trustees meeting

One More Step Toward Strategically Urban - What Fremont Gets out of Measure BB

Outshine donates to Alameda County Community Food Bank

PG&E offers free inspections

Partnership continues for Ohlone College Deaf Studies

Pioneers Fall to First-Place Seawolves

Pioneers open season with 86-80 win

Pioneers pull away late for exhibition win

Postal Service hiring for holidays and beyond

Pre-apprenticeship program expanding to Union City

Raiders honor military veterans

Renegade Report

Restoration work underway in Fremont

Restoring hope

Restoring hope

Save on refrigerator recycling and purchases

Shake Dance tour comes to Milpitas

Share your blessings on Thanksgiving

Sheriff Deputies dig deep to create jobs

Sheriff Deputies dig deep to create jobs

Shining the light on animal abusers

Silent Witness hotline

St. NickÕs of Niles hosts benefit bash

St. Nicks of Niles hosts benefit bash

State's pension liability growing by billions

Stop vampire appliances

Swalwell elected as Regional Whip

Swiss Emmentaler named world's best cheese

Tennyson Lancers fall in postseason play

Thanksgiving Poetry Contest

The Incredible Hulk Within Us

Titans fall in postseason play

Two appointed to Alameda County Superior Court

Two justices appointed to the First District Court of Appeal

Union City City Council Meeting

Article Index

A Love Story

Alameda County Water District scrambles to handle the Õ50s boom

American High presents ÔThe LiarÕ

Arrest in residential burglary and stolen vehicle

Arts in the Heart of the Bay

Assault with deadly weapon suspect arrested

BART to OAK service to open in time for Thanksgiving travel

Bay Tunnel begins delivering Hetch Hetchy water

Bike repair goes beyond flat tires

CEO: Virgin Galactic looks to resume tests in 2015

Celebrate for a cause

City of Fremont News Briefs

City of Hayward News Briefs

Constructing a new gaming genre

East Bay Bus Rapid Transit awarded Federal Funds

Edison Theater celebrates 500 silent Saturday Nights

Edison Theater celebrates 500 silent Saturday Nights

Editorial: The aftermath

Exciting Fremont Football League season ends

Feed Your Soul performance night

Five terrible trees that should never be planted

Flash Fiction Contest Winners

Fremont City Council

Fremont Police Log

Fremonts Express Permit Counter is ready

Garden club thrives after 20 years

Guerra makes program history with CCAA Player of Week award

Hawaiian Holiday Celebration

Hayward City Council

Hayward Police Log

Help a family in need this holiday season

Hootin good fun at Cowboy Hootenanny

Hootin good fun at Cowboy Hootenanny

Illinois lawmakers approve fracking rules

International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

Iowa man builds 100-square-foot home

ItÕs a Wonderful Life Ð classic holiday fare


Man arrested on numerous firearm charges

Math contest for Fremont students

Meet in the Street for community fun

Meet in the Street for community fun

Mental Health Forum provides access to services

Military invited for free lunch

Milpitas City Council Meeting

Milpitas set for post season play

Mission San Jose sweeps John F. Kennedy

New Haven Unified School District News

Newark Police Log

Newark Police arrest residential burglary suspect

Nine foot menorah to be lit

Nominations deadline extended for Alameda County WomenÕs Hall of Fame

Ohlone College Renegades volleyball report

Ohlone receives grant to promote student mental health

Pat Kites Garden: Rosemary ground cover

Prisoners freed quickly after voters OK measure

Ravenscroft, Armstrong land All-CCAA Team honors

Renegades host Jonathan Wallace Memorial Tournament

Residents rally to save Irvington business centers

SBA 504 Real Estate Loan Program Helps Fremont Businesses Grow

SJSU Outlasts East Bay in Preseason Action

Satiric journey hits the high notes

Social Ministry benefits community

State health director urges Californians to get flu vaccine

State launches Open Data Portal

Tenacity and love for community

Tesla sets delivery record, but losses mount

Thanksgiving camps and activities

Titans reign

Trojans trample Palo Alto Vikings, face Santa Clara next

Union City Police Log

University of California weighs tuition hike plan

Veterans Remembrance Month

Warm October Night

YMCA recognizes volunteers

YouÕre a Good Man, Charlie Brown

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