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Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed a bill authored by state Senator Mark DeSaulnier, D-Concord, and sponsored by Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley that ensures that sexual assault victims receive timely rape crisis counseling services.
The nonprofit Concord Senior Citizens Club says it can no longer afford to keep the city's senior center open for several hours on Thursdays.
News from the City of Concord: City Manager Valerie Barone has announced that Jeff Lewis has been appointed as the City of Concord's new Director of Information Technology .
July 19, 2014 is going to be a great day for visitors of Todos Santos Park in Concord, California: Because renowned Christian Contemporary artist, Matt Maher will be in the park performing.
Concord Disposal Service is introducing a new concept in collecting recycling and trash as part of its continuing effort to increase efficiency and decrease the company's environmental footprint.
Perry Polk, a Fairfield-Suisun School District trustee, said Thursday he is running for the Fairfield City Council and won't seek re-election to the school board.
A parade of defense witnesses spent most of Thursday painting a glowing picture of Concord elementary school teacher Joseph Martin until the final student, a high school girl who had the teacher in 4th grade, dropped a bombshell.
For those seeking work in Concord - or those who are looking for a new job, or even a second job - here's a list of local job openings.
This edition of our column really serves as a sort of "red alert." Contra Costa Animal Services is overflowing with pets that need homes NOW.
Brad Macy, of Concord, sits inside his home office with a picture on his computer of the Macy Catheter, a simple catheter he invented to deliver pain medication to patients who are unable to swallow and are in the last minutes of their lives in Concord, Calif., on Friday, July 11, 2014.
The city council made quick work of business Monday night, agreeing to adopt a local plastic bag ordinance in the near future and approving some changes to a draft ordinance governing the keeping of chickens, bees and other "small farm animals."
During their annual "Sisters Trip + One" to Santa Barbara, from left, Judie Busch of Clayton, Diane Boyer of Santa Rosa, Barbara Nebeker of Concord, and Patricia Williams of Oakland, stopped at the Santa Barbara Mission where they caught up with the community news in the Concord Transcript.
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