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Archive Issue May 26, 2015

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May 26, 2015
Tri-City Voice May 26, 2015 Issue
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Article Index

AÕs, PG&E host ÔEnergize Your FieldÕ ceremony

AC Transit wins national honors for safety

AC Transit: Easy access to creatures and stars

Alameda CTC named Organization of the Year

Alameda County administrator named to Forever Influential

Alameda County receives top awards in statewide competition

An emotional good-bye

Annual golf tournament focuses on fun

Art blooms in Spring Members Show


Bark For Life

Boat tour brings the ÔBayÕ back to South Bay

Broadway sing-along night at Douglas Morrisson Theatre

California OKs offer of voluntary water cuts by farmers

California may be first to ban use of bullhooks on elephants

California may set rules for police tracking of cellphones

City of Fremont News Briefs

Click It or Ticket - Seat belt awareness campaign

Coffee with a Cop

Collaboration efforts benefit Cherryland

Community Engagement Open House

Community apprentice fundraising challenge

Cougar power too much for Vikings

Eagle Scout project at Seven Hills Park

Editorial: Why?

End-of-life panel discussion

Enhance your public speaking skills

Fairytales delivers magical, musical storytelling

Fairytales delivers magical, musical storytelling

Festivities and an international feast

Food Drive fills the Davis Street Pantry

Frank Sisk Golf Tournament

Free pet adoption event

Fremont City Council

Fremont Police Log

GOP senators advance bill to ease rules on smaller banks

Get your grill on at the Milpitas International BBQ Festival

Get your grill on at the Milpitas International BBQ Festival

Girard appointed Director of Planning and Development

Gloria Huet, guest artist

Hayward City Council

Hayward Executive Airport announces new EV charging station

Home invasion arrests

Huskies power too much for Eagles

Irvington vs. James Logan

ItÕs time for Show & Tell

Journey of a tiger mom

Kochan Collects Academic All-District Honors

Lady Colts give Coach 600th career victory

Lady Cougar victory caps perfect season

Lilly Smith recognized as top volunteer

Local sophomore competes for spot on U.S. Physics Team

Local tutors and bakery partner

Marion Coleman art demonstration

Milpitas City Council Meeting

New Haven School Board update

Newark Junior High STEM provides Robotics mentors

Newark Police Log

Next Milpitas Historical Society meeting

Ohana Health Fair

Ohlone College awarded National Communications Lab Certification

Ohlone offers programs for kids and teens

On the Ground Ð Getting It Done ABAG Recognizes Warm Springs Plan

Pathways to success

PayPal's new chief promises new services for a mobile world

Pioneers place four on All-CCAA baseball teams

Plant spectacular

Public input sought in search for new General Manager

Quarry Lakes Closed for Swimming

Real estate agent arrested for elder financial abuse

Record number of Ohlone College students graduate

Registration now open for Youth Academy

SAVE Talks

SWAT challenge to raise money for nonprofit

Senior Scam Stopper events scheduled in East Bay

Singing the unsung heroes

Softball Coach arrested

Summer camps and programs

Take action at Relay for Life

Technology 4 Change

Toasting 20 years of theatrical excellence

Toasting 20 years of theatrical excellence

Tri-City youth about to become an Eagle Scout

U.S. Green Building Council chapter announces new Executive Director

Union City Police Log

Union City homicide

Unity lands in Fremont

Vikings end season on high note

West Coast dockworkers union ratifies 5-year contract

Why I skipped the bank and took out a loan from my 'peers'

Hirsch Elementary School - 50th Celebration

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