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After 25 Years, the Singing Flag in Concord Has Been Cancelled
Linda Reynolds, the Performing Arts Director from Calvary Temple Church in Concord made the announcement at Tuesday night's Concord City Council meeting.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
ALERT: Quiet Knocking and Door Handle Jiggling in the Early Morning Hours - Theft Reported
Throughout the past few days, we've received four emails from different Claycordians about a person quietly knocking on the front door of homes in the Rolling Woods & Discovery Way area of Concord, which is located off Pine Hollow Rd. Always lock your front door, garage door and side gates.
The Claycord Online Museum - The Concord Jazz Festival +...
Thanks to Dennis for sending us this old poster advertising the Concord Jazz Festival.
City Council: Dave Brubeck's 'Take Five' Song Concord's 'Most Treasured Song'
By Bay City News- Concord civic leaders tonight will honor one of the city's most renowned native sons, jazz legend Dave Brubeck, by spotlighting his iconic "Take Five."
Assemblywoman Bonilla Names Cindy Gershen as the 14th Assembly District Woman of the Year
Assemblywoman Susan A. Bonilla has named Cindy Gershen as the 14th Assembly District Woman of the Year.
Contra Costa Times
Concord: Driver suspected of DUI crashes into power pole
Power was restored to all but about 45 customers Tuesday morning after a man suspected of driving under the influence crashed into a power pole Monday night.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report - Warrant Arrest, DUI, Burglary
A 37-year-old Concord male was arrested after officers responded to a call for service.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The San Ramon Valley Sentinel
AB 1654 to retain more dollars for neediest kids
Disadvantaged children will receive more federal assistance, thanks to new legislation introduced by Assemblywoman Susan A. Bonilla .
Jungle Fun & Adventure Evacuated After Fight Breaks Out Involving 15 People
The Jungle Fun & Adventure in the Willow Shopping Center in Concord was evacuated on Saturday afternoon after a fight broke out involving about 15 people, according to Concord Police.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Vehicle Goes Down Embankment During Crash on WB Hwy. 4 in Concord
A vehicle went down an embankment after a crash on westbound highway-4 in Concord just before 7pm on Friday.
Diocese of Oakland celebrates scouts
Catholic scouts and their families gathered at the Cathedral of Christ the Light for the annual "Celebration of Scouting," honoring members of Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, along with their leaders.
The Concord Police Weekly Burglary Report - 10 Burglaries in the Past 7 Days
I'm starting to wonder how so many people are getting caught slipping and not securing their property? Come on Concord watch out for your neighbors Enough is enough.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Inside Bay Area
Food trucks returning to Martinez marina March 15
Beginning March 15, Food Truck Mafia -- one of the biggest players on the Bay Area's thriving food truck scene -- is bringing a weekly event to the marina from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays.
Column: Creative Space on Claycord - The Concord Art Association
Established in 1963, the Concord Art Association is a non-profit, volunteer-run group of over 70 local artists who are dedicated to developing their skills and sharing their work with our community.
Power Outage Leaves 3400 Customers in the Dark
By Bay City News- Thousands of PG&E customers in Contra Costa County, near Concord and Walnut Creek, were without power this morning due to two outages, officials said.
Linkin Park, 30 Seconds to Mars, and AFI join together for new tour
Mike Shinoda and Chester Bennington of Linkin Park and Jared Leto of Thirty Seconds to Mars appear onstage at a press conference to announce their new tour at Milk Studios on March 4, 2014 Linkin Park and 30 Seconds to Mars have released details of their joint US tour called Carnivores Tour.
Contra Costa Times
Walnut Creek: Kristan Le celebrates Vietnam through paintings
Kristan Le remembers the long journey across the sea in a boat filled with people trying to survive their trip to the United States.
Inside Bay Area
Bay Area Ukrainians, Russians speak out about turmoil
Ivanna Filipenko is scheduled to perform "Carmen" in Vallejo later this month, but the Ukrainian-born opera singer is not sure she can muster the strength, as her life has been consumed by the turmoil in her native country.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The End of Guacamole as We Know It?
California farmers - and consumers - have been feeling the state drought's impact on avocados in both size and price , and now a national Mexican restaurant chain is telling investors the guac may have to go.