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Archive Issue October 29, 2013

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October 29, 2013
Tri-City Voice October 29, 2013 Issue
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Article Index

ÔPirateÕs AlleyÕ scares for a cause

ÔTikkun OlamÕ Awards seek nominations

A new handy gadget: AutoAide

A step to end global poverty

AARP Tax-Aide seeks volunteers

Apply now to PROPEL Small Business Growth Program

Auditions for Spamalot

BART Police Log

BRIDGE Housing appoints head of community development affiliate

Baby clothing drive helps little ones in need

Bay Area Afghans hold community memorial

Boo Calendar

Bookworm Column: ÒStart Your Own Home Business After 50Ó by Robert W. Bly

Boutique Calendar

Bring on the banjo: Sunol Regional hosts Cowboy Hootenanny Folk Festival

Bring on the banjo: Sunol Regional hosts Cowboy Hootenanny Folk Festival

Building a machine takes time

CSUEB Soccer Report

CSUEB Soccer Update

California gov vetoes semi-automatic rifle ban

California receives nearly $12 million for affordable solar power

Chanticleers Theater has a new look

City of Fremont Briefs

Coffee with a Cop

Construction Update: sidewalk closed on east side of Mission Blvd. (North of I-680)

Court hears argument on pension benefit increases

Curious About Hip Replacements? Talk To the Best!

Day of the Dead celebrates ancestors

Day of the Dead celebrates ancestors

Eden Housing turns 45

Editorial: Security or Safety?

En plein air

Exhibit presents Native American Celebrations

Exhibit presents Native American Celebrations

Festival of Lights

Fight the stigma of mental illness

Free law clinic

Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police asking for publicÕs assistance

Fremont Unified School District Board meeting report

Fremont hosts Cleantech Open award ceremony

Fremont scholar awarded top scholarship

Fremont team wins four straight tournaments

Get Your Flu Shot Before the Flu Gets You!

Gift donation sites needed for annual holiday drive

Green Business Program honors Fremont Bank

Halloween Carnival

Halloween Costume Giveaway

Hawaii surfer throws punches to escape shark

Hayward Police Explorers: looking for a few good teens

Hayward Police Log

HaywardÕs Hallow Fest

High Speed Rail focus of Milpitas Rotary meeting

History Column: Saga of a one-legged stove

Identify a Stroke by Acting FAST

Irvington victorious at Moreau Catholic homecoming

Kaiser earns top Medicare rating

Lehua Lee named Teacher of the Year

Letter to the Editor: Domestic violence awareness

Letter to the Editor: U.S. permanent residence Ð WhatÕs going on?

Marijuana cultivation arrests

Milpitas Rotary selects Leo B. Murphy honoree

Morpho Detection (Newark) awarded $10M contract

Need non-emergency help?

Newark City Council

Newark PD K-9 Unit competes in Police Dog Trials

Newark Police Log

Nominations for HaywardÕs Business Person of the Year

Ohlone College professor honored

Ohlone College to rebuild main campus

Ohlone Humane Society Column: Animal protections and StatesÕ Rights come under the axe

Ohlone Volleyball Report

Pioneer women hold on to Bay Area Invitational title

Rebels overcome Dons in Ômust winÕ

Registration opens for National Science Bowl

Robot Report column

Scholarships available for high school students

So you want to be a Newark Police Explorer?

St. Joseph GOLD plays for a cure

The return of Steamboat Bill

Traditional service for All SaintÕs Day, All SoulÕs Day

Tri-Cities celebrate Lights On Afterschool

Union City City Council Meeting

Union City Police Log

Union City man to mark 50 years at Kraft

Upcoming Free Emergency Response Team program

Warriors defeat Cougars in Cross Country meet

Washington High student becomes a diplomat

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