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Archive Issue May 20, 2014

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May 20, 2014
Tri-City Voice May 20, 2014 Issue
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Article Index

A Humanoid in Space Gets Its Legs

Aboard the Honor Flight

Aboard the Honor Flight

Across Egypt, 1 question today: What time is it?

Alameda County Library Foundation receives bequest

Asian American Heritage Festival

Auto Review: Toyota Corolla: Perennially popular for many reasons

Become a downtown ambassador

Big plans in the works for Newpark Mall

Bowling tournament provides scholarship opportunities

Bowling tournament provides scholarship opportunities

California Distinguished Schools

California investing nearly $50 million in hydrogen refueling

California jobless rate at lowest level since 2008

City Clerks, what do they do?

City of Fremont News Briefs

College essay writing for teens

Colts dominate league, again

County now accepting applications for Community Advisory Board

DUI/Driver License Checkpoint planned for Memorial Day weekend

Democracy in action

Dreamers in America

EV Alliance to deploy Bay Area charging stations

Editorial: A roof over my head

Family in need helped by local groups

Former student appointed to Board of Trustees

Fremont Bank Foundation celebrates its birthday in a million ways

Fremont Christian wins tournament title

Fremont City Council

Fremont Police Log

Fremont advances urban vision

Future dog park nominated for cash award

Gladiators are unstoppable; on to national finals

Governor Brown presents revised State Budget

Hayward High to receive Seneca grant

Hayward Police Log

Hayward named Tree City USA

Hayward resident named Student Athlete of the Year

Help plan Union CityÕs future!

Help the Newark SWAT Team and the George Mark ChildrenÕs House

Honoring the fallen

Huskies claim league title

James Logan vs. Mission San Jose

Jazz Festival

Kakela Among Best in the West

Kakela captures Daktronics All-West Region Team honors

Lane and road closures planned

Letter to the Editor: Are your representativesÊrepresenting you?

Letter to the Editor: Chabot College hiring decisions questioned

Letter to the Editor: Fremont's Measure E: A Piece of the Price Tag for the Perfect Storm

Letter to the Editor: Measure E Ð A Wise Investment for FremontÕs Future

Local residents inducted into the Honor Society

Local teams qualify for post-season play

Lyon College names Spiteri Student Athlete of the Year

MaxPreps offers student-athlete scholarship

MidPen Housing hosts grand re-opening of Century Village

More than a night of math

Newark Police Log

OMRON employees serve the community

Ohlone College Board of Trustees

One Hundred Years of Service

Our Favorite Blogs Part 2: Silicon Valley

Poisoning associated with skin creams from Mexico

Prehistoric Gardens at ChildrenÕs Natural History Museum

Santa Rosalia Day in Union City

Save Our Hills rally

School Jazz Festival coming to NewPark Mall

Sculpting with Wool

St. JohnÕs participates in youth track meet

St. Rose RNs and Hayward reach agreement

Summer Girls in Tech

Summer transit passes on sale

Sunol student in the National History Bee finals

Supervisor Cortese's column

Suspect arrested for October hash oil drug lab explosion

Table Tennis fundraiser

TeamF1 scales up community contributions

The Vine restaurant holds benefit

Theatre Review: The ChildrenÕs Hour

Through the Lens of Clara: The 1900 Pilgrimage

Titans stun Cougars

Trumark Homes to build 164 new homes in Newark

Union City City Council Meeting

Union City Police Log

Upcoming Red Cross blood drives

Volunteers honored

Warrant search finds child pornography

Washington Hospital Better than National Average in Combatting Deadly Sepsis

Washington Hospital has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to support its application for a Magnet¨ status Òre-designationÓ by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

We may have your lost or stolen bicycle

Why leg pain should not be ignored

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