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Archive Issue July 25, 2017

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July 25, 2017
Tri-City Voice July 25, 2017 Issue
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Article Index

Red, White and Tuna celebrates small town foibles

10k run/walk set for Hayward shoreline

AC Bus breaks fuel cell record

Agreement with Pfizer sets strict opioid marketing standards

Amazon's new social network resembles Pinterest

Bark For Life Ð A canine event to fight cancer

Bill bolsters BART safety

Bill bolsters divorce case fiscal transparency

Blue Planet gets encore at O'Lague Galleria

Bringing down the house with Blue House

California attorney general sues to block petroleum deal

Conserving and preserving the bay

Court rejects TrumpÕs attempt to halt County of Santa Clara lawsuit

Davis Street shoe and backpack drive continues

Dine Italian and support the symphony

Editorial: A riddle wrapped inÉ

End of Life Act report released

Faster than a speeding bulletÉ

First indication of West Nile virus found in Alameda County

Former intern named ÔHomegrown Employee of the YearÕ

Fremont City Council

Fremont News Briefs

Fremont Police Log

Fremont man earns U.S. Army promotion

Girl Scouts visit Tri-City Voice

Hayward in national spotlight

Hayward names new police chief

How Medicare covers home health services

How Medicare works with other insurance

Knights of Columbus local council receives highest state honor

Letter to the Editor: Economic loss, health cost of cutting park access - $700k annually

Local fitness center undergoes name change

MakeÕem Bleed saves lives

Morrisson to present Arsenic and Old Lace

Movie under the Stars

National Night Out: Meet your neighbors, prevent crime

Newark Police Log

Oil painting exhibit highlights art association meeting

Paddlers blend ancient traditions and modern technology

Paddlers blend ancient traditions and modern technology

Park It

Patneaud places fourth in nationals

Pioneers place four on Honors Court

Poetry and prose at Hayward Historical Society

Police seeking publicÕs help in American flag-burning case

Remodel brings color, personality and lots of storage to tired kitchen

Road trip water lessons

Rotary and Southland JCPenny team up for ÔChild SpreeÕ

SAVE room for burgers and fries

Safety Awards go to East Bay firms

San Leandro mayor elected vice chair of national womenÕs caucus

San Leandro recognized as a tech smart community

Small Business Survey Shows Growth and New Pain Points

Taskforce seeks public input

ThereÕs a whole world to explore this summer at your library

Ticket to work puts people back in the driverÕs seat

Troubled by someoneÕs drinking?

Union City Police Log

Venture capital flowing freely

VeteransÕ Memorial Park: A Tribute to AmericaÕs Brave Soldiers

Wine tasting, food and music at Passeio do Vinho

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