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Archive Issue August 2, 2016

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August 2, 2016
Tri-City Voice August 2, 2016 Issue
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Article Index

ATF, local investigators offering $10,000 reward for info on Emeryville fire

Apply for Leadership Hayward

Appointments made by Alameda County Board of Supervisors

Art on Vacation!

Ask a Designer: decorating around a television

Assessor delivers 2016-17 Fiscal Year Assessments

CSUEB junior earns All-America Scholar honors

CSUEB volleyball earns AVCA Team Academic Award

Californias premiere art, wine & music festival celebrates 33 years

Californias premiere art, wine & music festival celebrates 33 years

Check on restaurantsÕ food safety

City of Fremont News Briefs

Early SUNRISERS lead healthy lives

Eden Health District issues grant to St. Rose Hospital

Editorial: A change of seasons

Extinct otter species named after Grateful Dead guitarist

FUSD Board of Education Ð Measure E Bond Program updates

Facebook beats 2Q forecasts, user numbers grow, stock soars

Fall Booklegger orientation and training

Festival of Globe is the buzz in the bay

Finger Painting Party

Fremont Police Log

From freed slave to founder of Irvington Tri-City Health Center opens new clinic honoring Irvington Dave

GoPro reports second-quarter loss

Hayward Library hosts Family Fun Fest

Hiring community advocates

Hot Pawgust Nights - Pet adoption and car show

Kids allowed when park was closed

Lali Toor takes oath of office as Fremont postmaster

Letter to the Editor: Hayward leaders call for accountability

Local student graduates Explorer Academy

Local student spends summer conducting research

Milpitas Chamber to host awards banquet

Miniature fairy gardens invite magical friends

Mobile Mini in Fremont wins StopWaste Award

Museum holds lunch to honor volunteers and donors

New Neighborhood Watch group in Newark

Newark City Council

Newark Police Log

Newark hosts free triathlon

News from Alameda County Board of Education

Niles walking tour

No escape: Suspect runs into cops at NY conference

Oracle buying cloud business software provider NetSuite

Plunge into Music & Art in the Park

Public invited to Eden Health District Special Planning meeting

Reach your destination with Flex

Register for the next cleanup event

Rep. Eric Swalwell discuss gun violence

SWAT Challenge raises over $96,000 for local charity

Saluting Military Recruits

San Leandro Police Log

Takes from Silicon Valley East: Todays Industrial Tenants Are Not What You Think - Pivot Interiors Creates We Space Instead of Me Space

The Exploratorium to bring public musical exhibit

Tri-City Voice selected as 2016 Community Partner

Union City City Council Meeting

Upcoming events at Hayward Library

Verizon buys Yahoo for $4.83B, marking end of an era

Volvo XC90 T8 Hybrid: Efficiency, Safety, and Luxury in One

Wake up and smell the bacon ... with a bacon app

Warm Springs/South Fremont BART Station Ð It is coming, but when?

Warm Springs/South Fremont BART Station Ð It is coming, but when?

Watercolor artist at Golden Hills Art Association meeting

What Verizon's acquisition means for Yahoo users

Whole Foods says key sales figure falls again

Wieckowski throws first pitch

Wildfire awareness declared in California

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