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Archive Issue October 25, 2011

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October 25, 2011
Tri-City Voice October 25, 2011 Issue
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Article Index

A Little Fright Music

A community of caring walkathon

AC Transit receives federal funding

An unusual Halloween

Bay Area Science Festival event at CSUEB

Calif treasurer defends tax break for energy firms

Clipper card for seniors

Dale Hardware growing bigger and better

Dia de los Muertos

Directors go to the community

Discovery Day kicks off Bay Area Science Festival

Domestic Violence conference

Editorial: Community memory and action

Fashion fundraiser to be held at Acacia Creek

Finding the Fountain of Youth

Food Shopping Strategies for People with Diabetes

Footnotes

Fourth Quarter Showcase features "Scapes"

Free Class for Veterans, Military Personnel

Fremont Bank Foundation Honored

Fremont Christian vs Chinese Christian School

Fremont City Council

Giraffe naming contest has one rule: Not Fluffy

Gorbachev says he would join Wall Street protests

Governor signs bill to streamline alternative vehicle technology incentives program

Gutierrez completes Eagle Scout project

Halloween Community Carnival

Halloween celebration

Halloween party

Hayward City Council

Hayward Woman Wins $2 Million

Hedge fund CEO admits $2.5M inside trade scheme

History: Direct Marketing

Honoring those who Make A Difference

Howl at the Moon - a Halloween event that's "for the dogs"!

ICC Table Tennis Team wins big at Berkeley Open

Jason Mahon

Judge grants restraining order for Calif. lawmaker

Killer Thriller comedy

LEGO League solves Chicken Contamination

Logan Girls Tennis Varsity & JV defeat Irvington

Logan continues to dominate MVAL

Logan excels in Phoenix tournament play

Logan graduates attend college at high rates

Lucky year 13 for Blacksand Manor

Mariachi Fiesta

Marionette Hansel and Gretel Show

Math & Science Discovery Day

Milpitas City Council

Moreau continues unbeaten string

Ohlone Humane Society: The clock is ticking

Prevent the spread of 'Pink Eye'

Proposed SHARE regulations available for public comment

Public Safety Expo

Pumpkin Patch opens Saturday

Recognition for Neha Verma

Robbery Suspect Convicted

Selling FlimFlam

Senior Clipper Card

Simon Kidgits Club at Great Mall

Sinister Science Halloween Party

Southland Mall gets in the spooky spirit

Special Life Events: GROCO named in top ten

Special Life Events: Local student named as National Merit Commended Student

Spread the Word About Stroke

Stay safe on the spookiest day of the year

Stop Waste at Work contest

Study highlights East Bay economic assets and challenges

The future of Medicare: politics & policies

Theatre: "The King and I"

Thousands attend Multicultural Festival

Tuskegee Airmen museum, one step closer

US solar firms file trade complaint against China

Union City Police Log

Veterinary hospital earns accreditation

Winning lottery ticket unclaimed

Women's Volleyball: Ohlone vs. Skyline

Yoga Offers Health Benefits

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