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October 6, 2015

September 29, 2015

Article Index

A matchup that didnÕt disappoint

Advanced Manufacturing Meets 21st Century Urbanism: Welcome to the Warm Springs Innovation District

Alameda County Arts Leadership Awards

Alameda County Teacher of the Year Awards

Alameda County wins Award for anti-trafficking outreach

Annual exhibit gathers artistsÕ best

Attention Mt. Eden High School students

Be a hope FUSSilitator

Binational Health Fair in Newark

Business growth workshop

CSU campuses accepting applications for Fall 2016

California high-speed rail seeks private investors, input

Caring for our elders, one meal and smile at a time

City of Fremont news briefs

Clean Energy Jobs Act Citizens Oversight Board elects Chair and Vice Chair

Constructing puppets

Cypress Mandela Training Center orientation

Digs Record Falls in Five-Set Marathon

Eagle Scout project at Tule Ponds

East Bay Park District backs national walking campaign

Editorial: Vision Collision

FUSD holds ribbon cutting ceremonies

FUSD students named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists

FamFest celebrates community

FamFest celebrates community

Farm-to-Fork dinner serves up savory fare

Fremont Police Log

Fremont adopts Vision Zero traffic safety policy

Fremont resident honored

GM warns the Valley: Prepare to compete over driverless cars

Grand opening event for Capitol Avenue in Downtown Fremont

Harvest of Songs concert

Having Work/Life Balance is Possible!

Hayward to honor titans of public service

Health fair and workshops in October

Holly & Kennedy Preschool accepting enrollment

Inaugural Arts and Wine Fest aims to preserve past, celebrate future

Interacting with cattle workshop

International Literacy Day and Measure ÒEÓ

Irvington remains undefeated in MVAL Girls Volleyball

Is Hayward prepared for natural disasters?

Join us for lunch

Junior Varsity Action

LOV opens concert season with Those Were The Days

Lawn to garden parties

Letter to the Editor: Correction:

MetalFest aims to make a difference

Milkweed for butterflies

Monster Maker documentary to be screened in Niles

Mosquito adulticiding used to suppress West Nile Virus activity

New TiVo DVR will skip through entire commercial break

New evening hours for Santa Clara County Revenue Department

Newark Optimist Club hosts poker tournament

Newark Police Log

Niles Canyon Stroll in Charlie ChaplinÕs footsteps

Niles Canyon makes way for pedestrians and bicyclists

Niles Canyon makes way for pedestrians and bicyclists

Nominations open for Alameda County WomenÕs Hall of Fame

Ohlone Renegades Report

Online payment available for Delinquent Property Taxes

Our Whole Lives - Sexuality curriculum

Phase I of the Capitol Avenue Extension Project set to finish Fall 2015

Pioneers place 18th at NCAA Championship preview

Pirates promise a haunted October

Preparation for Niles Canyon Environmental Impact report

Residents Oppose Walnut Guardino Development

Rotarians and Interactors help beautify Blacow Elementary School

RotaryÕs Child Spree

San Leandro to hold Diabetes & Wellness Day

Scaryland makes its way to Fremont

Scaryland makes its way to Fremont

Spend an a-maize-ing weekend at Ardenwood

Statement of sympathy to Umpqua Community College

Supervisors discuss plans for Santa Clara County Fairgrounds

Tesla's first SUV, the Model X, is finally hitting the road

Think pink!

Union City Police Log

Union Sanitary District wins Innovative Program Award

Union Sanitary District wins Innovative Program Award

Visit the Unhaunted House at Sulphur Creek Nature Center

Volunteers: Our guiding lights to togetherhood

Article Index

A Tour of Passion

A.R.T., Inc. members showing at John OÕLague Galleria

Ad blockers rise as ads annoy, bog down websites

Alameda County Arts Leadership Awards

Alameda County Water District Board workshop

An abundance of olives at the Mission

An abundance of olives at the Mission

As Google cars roll out, Deere reminds us of thousands of their self-driving tractors

Back-to-School signals fresh start

Be a Gift to the World benefit

CREAM to celebrate Fremont grand opening

California regulators restore emissions-cutting fuel rule

Calperf recalls chicken product

Celebrate Hawaiian culture

Celebrate culture and tradition of Ohlone peoples

City of Fremont News Briefs

East Bay Startup Grind continues:EdCast founder Karl Mehta to discuss his experience in entrepreneurship

East Bay rallies for thrilling five-set win over Stanislaus

Editorial: It is a grind, but worth it

Filipino American History: A Celebration

Fremont Police Log

Girl Scout goes gold

Hayward Business Expo under the tent

Hayward City Council

Health faire for seniors

Help choose HaywardÕs Business Person of the Year

Huskies open season with convincing win

International Day of Peace - dedication of the Peace Pole

Irvington Varsity GirlÕs Volleyball results

Join the Sabercat Creek Restoration Project

Jonathan Smucker sings Beethoven

Laser Dandiya fundraiser

Letter to the Editor: Planning decisionsÉ who controls the process?

Manufacturers assemble once again for MFG Day

Manufacturers assemble once again for MFG Day

Mariachi Festival features music, dance, taco-eating contest, and family fun

Mark your calendars for Candle LightersÕ Ghost House

New classrooms at Azevada and Mattos Elementary

Newark City Council

Newark Corporate Games

Newark Days 2015 Parade Awards

Newark Police Log

Newark officials exclude alternatives for historic library

Ohlone College Renegades Report

Oktoberfest fundraiser

Outstanding vocals and costumes make Dreamgirls shine

Park District welcomes new Police Captain

Park It

Pirates promise a haunted October

Pumpkins and kayaks and Sharks, oh my!

SAVE teen advocates help peers develop healthy relationships

San Leandro Bikeway Network East Project

Sausage and Suds Festival celebrates 18 years

St. Rose Hospital hosts An Evening in Motown

St. Rose Hospital hosts An Evening in Motown

State Health Officer urges caution during wildfire cleanup efforts

Streamlined solar permitting process

Titans celebrate 50 years of football,

Union City City Council Meeting

Union City Police Log

Upcoming concerts at Ohlone College

Views of Nature at the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

Wieckowski announces satellite office hours

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