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Archive Issue May 2, 2017

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May 2, 2017
Tri-City Voice May 2, 2017 Issue
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All ages rockabilly affair

Auto Theft & Mail Theft Suspects Arrested

Be Prepared - Sign up for a free Personal Emergency Preparedness class

CSUEB women add four standout prep runners

Cal State East Bay adds six women swimmers

California lawmakers consider dumping health insurers

Celebrating MexicoÕs culture and traditions

Charity Ball benefits local foster youth

Charity Ball benefits local foster youth

Chihuahua Palooza adoption event connects people and companions

Citizen Police Academy promotes communication, involvement

Community Forum on Affordable Care Act

County looking at $108M budget gap

DeVry University throws a fast ball

Discover the latest innovations in traffic control and safety

Dont toss those broken household items, fix them!

Driver Arrested for Vandalism & Assault

Ducks splash down for charity

East Bay Regional ParksÉ After the Storms

Editorial: OckhamÕs Razor

Family-friendly event encourages pedal power

Flag Award given to Highway Patrol

Food Tech, Automation, and Internet of Things

Fremont News Briefs

Fremont Police Log

Fremont Street Eats returns May 5

Fremont budget hearings coming up

Fremont mayor shares government experience with students

Fremont voting district plan advances

Gabions: the solid choice for enhancing gardens

Get your Plaid on

Grab a plate and help fund youth education programs

Health and Wellness Expo will offer healthy living tips

Historic theatre opens doors for ÔShowtimeÕ

Huskies late inning rally beats Warriors

John was there, so was IncrediBear and Al too

Lady Titans hitters outscore LadyÊVikings

Legacy of a Local Artist

Letter to the Editor: Animal abuse meets child endangerment

May the 4th be with you

NBA vet shares basketball and health tips with kids

New EV requirements help reduce greenhouse gases

New clock and bell systems coming

Newark City Council

Newark Police Log

Ohlone College celebrates ÔA World of CulturesÕ

Ohlone Renegades baseball on a tear

Opportunity knocks at Spring Career Fair

Park It

Plan Bay Area 2040 Meeting

Playwrights Festival showcases up and coming writers

Playwrights Festival showcases up and coming writers

Prowler Arrested

Put more in... get more kid out!

Raise a glass for families in need

Residents encouraged to recognize signs of illegal dumping

Santa Clara County halts federal defunding

Saving lives and celebrating life

Seeing the sights on two wheels

Seeing the sights on two wheels

Shape Our Fremont

Skip Vegas Ð Rotary promises local fun

Solving problems around the world

Spring Fling fashion supports local charities

Students share talent at Fine Arts Fair

Swalwell announces 2017 nominees to U.S. service academies

Topping Off: Building milestone reached

Transportation Commission approves 2018 plan

Tri-City Animal Shelter provides sanctuary, care, adoptions

Trump's constant tweeting isn't lifting Twitter's profit

Union City City Council Meeting

Union City Police Log

Veteran educator named Teacher of the Year

Vikings hitting outscores Cougars

Voice and music programs to fill the air at Chabot College

Volunteers needed to help restore park

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