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Concord, California is located in Contra Costa County. Zip codes in Concord, CA include 94529, 94519, and 94527. The median home price in Concord is $419,000 which is roughly $283/per square foot. More Concord information.

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2 hrs ago | The Reporter

California Dental Association offers free care

During today's and Saturday's free dental clinics at the Solano County Fairgrounds, organizers said it is OK for participants to camp overnight.

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7 hrs ago | ClayCord.com

Senator DeSaulnier Bill to Ensure Sexual Assault Victims' Access to ...

A bill by Senator Mark DeSaulnier to ease the process for sexual assault victims to receive counseling services passed the Senate Committee on Public Safety unanimously today.

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8 hrs ago | ClayCord.com

Assemblymembers Bonilla, Gomez, Holden and League of CA Cities Unveil Massage Therapy Act of 2014

Assemblywoman Susan A. Bonilla announced the introduction of a major reform measure, AB 1147, to overhaul California's existing massage therapy law.

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8 hrs ago | ClayCord.com

Column: "Creative Space" on Claycord - 11th Annual Diversity Festival

Hosted by the SABH Foundation and the Interfaith Council , this year's Diversity Festival on Saturday, May 3rd will be a free, fun family event at Todos Santos Plaza.

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14 hrs ago | Halfway To Concord

Despite Measure Q, Concord faces budgeting issues

There is no doubt that Concord's Budget Officer Jovan Grogan, and Director of Finance Karan Reid, do a brilliant job projecting the City of Concord's current expenditures and future expenses.

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17 hrs ago | Patch.com

Who's Hiring in Concord: GAP; Express Fashion; Things Remembered

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.

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Wed Apr 23, 2014

StreetsBlog.org

LA: SB 1183: From Bike Tax to Car Fee

Senate Bill 1183 , the bill from Mark DeSaulnier which was originally proposed as a "bike tax," is no longer a bike tax.

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Inside Bay Area

Eight honored for their works by Contra Costa Commission for Women

In a world vacillating between cherishing and chastising women for wanting to "have it all," the eight 2014 Contra Costa Commission for Women Hall of Fame honorees' shared a collective message: missionary-type zeal, exercised through slim entry points and dressed in collaborative outfits, can rock the world.

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Contra Costa Times

Concord council bans commercial trucks from Farm Bureau Road

Farm Bureau Road residents no longer will endure the noise, pollution and vibrations caused by large trucks rumbling past their homes.

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Inside Bay Area

Concord/Clayton police report: Man arrested for sale of metal knuckles

At 4:03 p.m. in the 2000 block of Mendocino Drive, two Bay Point men, 22 and 28, were arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance while armed.

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Contra Costa Times

Concord police collect unused or expired prescription drugs

On Saturday, April 26, the Concord Police Department, along with police departments throughout the nation, will partner with the Drug Enforcement Administration for its eighth National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

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Patch.com

Ambassadors Host 'Art and Wine (and Beer) Walk' & Promote Sister City Visit

The downtown Concord AAUW Art and Wine Walk is set for Saturday, May 10, and Concord Ambassadors will participate as part of an effort to promote the upcoming visit from residents of Concord's Sister City, Kitakami, Japan.

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Contra Costa Times

Public meetings

The Architectural Review Commission is set to meet at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 1, in the small community room of the City Hall, 100 Gregory Lane.

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ClayCord.com

Bonilla's Bill to Keep Women in STEM Passes Committee on Higher Education

Assemblywoman Susan Bonilla's bill to help keep women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics has passed the Assembly Committee on Higher Education.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

ClayCord.com

Clean, Empty Coffee Cans Needed to Help with Mosquito Eradication in Claycord

Claycordians, if you have any extra coffee cans laying around, they can be donated to help rid Claycord of mosquitoes! The Contra Costa County Mosquito & Vector Control District needs the cans to transport mosquito-eating fish, and they would greatly appreciate your donation.

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Contra Costa Times

Mini Motorland

Kids and their families enjoy the annual Mini Motorland at the John Muir Amphitheatre in Martinez on April 12. Nonmotorized vehicles -- boats, big wheels and tricycles -- were on the track and piloted by tots like Daisy Dokken, 2, left, of Concord, who holds up her feet as her sister, Tesla Espinosa, gives her a push.

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ClayCord.com

$.99 Store on Clayton Rd. Files Appeal After City of Concord Denies Request to Sell Alcohol

In February of this year, the $.99 store on Clayton Rd. in Concord applied for a permit to sell alcohol , but the City of Concord's Zoning Administrator denied the request.

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Contra Costa Times

High school musicians share love of music with younger students

It was playful pandemonium as Concord High School band and orchestra students finished playing and descended from the stage at El Monte Elementary to show their flutes, drums, violins, trumpets, bass guitars and other instruments to about 100 fourth- and fifth-graders, whose eyes lit up with excitement as they reached to touch the instruments they ... (more)

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Contra Costa Times

Pittsburg: Council gives first approval three-story office building next to civic center

City council members gave tentative approval Monday to a development agreement for a long-delayed plan to transform an empty five-acre lot next to Pittsburg's civic center into a three-story commercial office building.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

Inside Bay Area

Upcoming Mt. Diablo school district instrumental music concerts

As the end of the school year nears in the Mt. Diablo district, many high school instrumental music groups will perform in concert.

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