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Archive Issue March 24, 2015

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March 24, 2015
Tri-City Voice March 24, 2015 Issue
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Article Index

14 winners of $50 million college innovation awards named

A magical night

ACOE awarded a $2.3M federal grant

AMVETS Hayward sponsors Blood Drive

American Legion honors Fremont Policemen

Art of Indian women in Silicon Valley

As Explorer loses ground, Microsoft readies new web browser

BNY Mellon settles suits on currency transactions for $714M

Bill allowing Tesla sales in Connecticut clears panel

Bringing the Next ÒMakerspaceÓ to New TerritoryÐOur Community and the K-12 Classroom

Bunny Cares comes to NewPark Mall

Cal State East Bay Physics Department helps spearhead global effort

California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) State

Chadbourne student going to California State Geography Bee

Challenges for doctors using fitness trackers & apps

Changing your bike lock can help prevent theft

City of Fremont News Briefs

Commercial burglary suspect arrested

Community supports Abode ServicesÕ efforts to end homelessness

Connections: opening hearts to healing

Crossroads Church kicks-off construction

Deadlines for scholarships nearing

East BayÕs tournament title run denied by Dominguez Hills

Easter celebrations in the Greater Tri-City area

Easter celebrations in the Greater Tri-City area

Editorial: Displacement

Enjoy Spring Steam

Enjoy Spring Steam Weekend - March 28 and 29

Five varieties of Trader JoeÕs brand walnuts recalled

Free CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) Program

Free downtown Wi-Fi approved in San Leandro

Fremont City Council

Hayward City Council

Hayward Library to host Prom Dress Swap 2.0

Hayward Police Log

Holy Spirit Spartans do it again!

How $1 billion in California drought plan would be spent

How the Dow Jones industrial average works

IRS warns of pervasive telephone scam

Intro to curling

Irvington students aid the environment

Its getting hot in here Bikram Hot Yoga opens in Central Fremont

Judge OKs $10 million settlement in Target data breach

Lawsuit: Dangerous arsenic levels found in California wine

Life West students head to Legislative Conference

Local business honored by AMVETS

Local businesses gather to discuss community events

Local student to compete in State Geographic Bee

MSJHS world class band heads to Europe

Madness at Central Park

Mayors for Meals on Wheels celebrates 13 years of community service

MikeÕs Auto Body grand opening

Milpitas City Council Meeting

Mini-grant program for youth-serving organizations

Mission Coffee presents: Tumbledown House

NatureÕs Duets

Navigating cell tower regulations

Newark Police Log

Newark Symphonic Winds welcome Spring

Newark Symphonic Winds welcome Spring

NoahÕs Flood on both sides of the Bay

Passover Seder at Chabad Jewish Center

Patrick Ball Ð Celtic harp and storytelling

Pioneer Report

Pioneer Report

Professor wins prestigious Fellowship

Red carpet cabaret & desserts benefit at Chanticleers Theatre

Reward offered in homicide

Rotary Community Day in the Park

Salvation Army honors Chabot College president

San Leandro Police Log

San Leandro author shares spiritual insights

Santa Clara County planning new Office of Immigrant Relations

SantaÕs late delivery

Second bat found in Fremont tested positive for rabies

Severe winter weather affects Red Cross blood and platelet donations

Size matters: Phones as big as they can get for easy use

Spring cleaning

StarStruck Theatre celebrates 20th anniversary

Student exhibit celebrates Art IS Education month

Supervisor Cortese meets with transportation officials

Table tennis center moving soon

Tahoe National Forest to benefit from tree planting program

Tesla updating Model S to ease range anxiety, improve safety

The World Around Us

Three Feet for Safety law in effect

Tiger Cubs visit Tri-City Voice

Union City celebrates 10 years of compost giveaways

Vikings overwhelm Gaels

Vikings vanquish Mariners

Vote for SAVE PeopleÕs Momentum Award

What is school readiness?

WomenÕs Water Polo

Social Security Ð a benefit you can laugh about

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