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Archive Issue December 2, 2014

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December 2, 2014
Tri-City Voice December 2, 2014 Issue
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Article Index

$23.8 million settlement with AT&T announced

A Time FUR Love

ACWD Board workshop

Aaaahz Youth Theatre offers holiday treats

Arsenal wins Tournament of Champions

Ashland Holiday Party for those in need

Ballet PetitÕs Nutcracker: A magical holiday tradition

Ballet Petits Nutcracker: A magical holiday tradition

Brain-waves campaign kicks off

Bright Blue Gorilla comes to Niles

Bunny Bonanza

COMTO Awards to honor businesses/transit leaders/ students

California accuses BP of inflating gas contract

Celebrate the holiday season Victorian style

City of Fremont News Briefs

Construction and BART parking closure delayed

Dine With A Scientist

Donations welcome at the Holiday Open House

Editorial: Pruning tips

Elite Soccer wins San Mateo Championship

Felon in possession of a firearm

Free holiday pet adoptions

Fremont Police Log

Future BART project discussions

Gold Chain Snatch Robberies - Safety Tips

Hayward Education Foundation awards teacher grants

Holiday crime prevention meeting

Holiday for the Arts

Holiday for the Arts

Irvington High School students take on recycling challenge

Join Drivers for Survivors for a holiday party

Join San Leandro Police for a cup oÕ joe

Jumpstart your holiday shopping

Koch starts tender offer for Oplink transaction

Lady Pioneers continue winning ways

Lady Pioneers earn academic award

Letter to the Editor: HARD of Hearing

Letter to the Editor: Rodeo facts

Lopez lands Player of the Week honors

Make a dream come true - host an exchange student

Morrisson Theatre Chorus Holiday Concert

New venue for holiday arts and crafts sale

Newark Police Log

OPEC decision still reverberating round markets

Ohlone Humane Society Column: Signs

PG&E fined for gas explosion

Package thieves caught on video surveillance

Paint the town red

Pioneer Men Hold off Bristol in Home Opener

Plan to reject fee hikes for California students

Portuguese fado performance at Hayward Library

Principal takes reading challenge

Residential burglary suspect caught in the act

Robbery at knife point

Rowell Ranch Rodeo retains its Western tradition

San Francisco's bid for 2024 Olympics taking shape

Sanchez honored for lifesaving maneuver

Sealana elected as president of Alameda County Fair Board

Shape Our Fremont

Step into the holidays with a Wonderful Night

Structure Fire in Milpitas

Swalwell appointed to Steering & Policy Committee

Table tennis winter camps and upcoming classes

Talk To A Loved One About Driving Concerns

Toyota, tire maker Toyo issue safety recalls

Traveling over the holidays? Request a vacation home security check

Tree Lightings strengthen community bonds

Tree Lightings strengthen community bonds

Twitter now tracks other apps you've installed

Union City City Council Meeting

Union City Police Log

Warm blankets for our furry friends

Historic holiday at Shinn House

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