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Archive Issue April 3, 2012

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April 3, 2012
Tri-City Voice April 3, 2012 Issue
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Article Index

'Pay to Stay' program at Fremont Detention Facility

Alameda County Library hosts Digital Bookmobile

Apple pledge likely to boost China factory wages

Artists converge for creative night

Best Buy to cut costs and close stores

Business showcase

CA preacher concedes apocalypse prediction wrong

CSU outlines options if additional budget cuts

Celebrating Easter

Chasing Sheep at Night?

Cinema Place reopens

Citrus disease detected in California

College scholarship essay contest

Do You Have a Wound that Won't Heal?

Dumbarton Express meeting

East Bay diabetes education program receives recognition

Editorial: Same old song

Facebook for business success

Fashion show helps make Dreams Come True

Fremont Police Log

Fremont, 'a rather remarkable city'

Get ready to be healthy this summer

Hayward City Council

Hayward Public Library launches California Reads series

Hayward Restaurant Walk

Hearing on Permanente Quarry postponed

It's Our Fault

Kaiser Permanente gives grants to non-profit groups

Letter to the Editor: Correction - an understandable error

Letter to the Editor: Enough is enough!

Make the Time to Fit Better Health into Your Lifestyle

Mission Splits First MVAL Games

New bus stop/traffic signal unites neighborhood

Newark Police Log

Newark pre-season wrap-up

Passover: Celebration and Remembrance

Ready, set, camp! Finding the right camp for your child

Shrimp feed fiesta

Support continues for Sierra search

Telugu Association celebrates anniversary

Union City City Council

Viola Blythe Fundraiser

Wal-Mart to pay $2.1M for failing to stop over-charging customers

Where do the candidates for Hayward City Council stand on the issues?

Yoga Can Help You Cope with Chronic Illness

Young Rembrandts encourages art for youths

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