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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 $439,000 which is roughly $302/per square foot. More Concord information.

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Claycordian Reports Bank Account Theft After Using ATM Card at Gas Station

Saturday Sep.6 I used my ATM card to pay for diesel at a pump at the new Arco station on Clayton Road. The next Monday someone cleaned out my account.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

ClayCord.com

"East Bay Bike Party" Travels from Pleasant Hill to Concord

A group calling themselves the "East Bay Bike Party" is travelling from the Pleasant Hill BART station to the Concord BART station tonight. Hundreds of bicyclists are riding through Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill & Concord.

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The Campbell Reporter

Lamorinda 68-and-over men's softball league forming

An informational meeting for men 68 and older who want to play competitive softball will be held Tuesday, Sept. 16 starting at 10 a.m. at the Buckeye Fields Meeting Room, 711 St. Marys Road in Lafayette.

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ClayCord.com

Concord: Morning Pursuit Ends with Vehicle Collision, Arrest of Suspect

The chase occurred around 2:30 this morning. It started in downtown Concord near Fremont St., and eventually ended after the suspect crashed into a fence on Altura Dr., just west of Salvio St. The pursuit lasted about 10 minutes and reached speeds of up to 70-mph.

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ClayCord.com

PICS: Concord DMV Then & Now - Grand Re-Opening Two Weeks Away

Concord DMV, which has been closed since April of this year, is expected to re-open on September 26, 2014. "July" & "Now" pictures- are interesting, but you should add a "near future" picture as well.

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Packer

Atmosphere cheers on San Francisco market

Walk the loading docks of the San Francisco Produce Market at 4 a.m., and it's reminiscent of the old TV sitcom, "Cheers," "where everybody knows your name." Some of the merchants on the market are following in their fathers' and grandfathers' footsteps selling produce, and those long-time relationships have been passed down from generation to generation.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Patch.com

County Fee Increases Will Fund Domestic Violence Services

A $1 fee increase for certified copies of marriage licenses, birth and death certificates and similar documents in Contra Costa County will be used to cover more services for domestic violence victims. The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved the fee increase, which will help the county expand on its existing Family Justice Center in Richmond as part of a Countywide Family Justice Center Network with two future centers in east and central parts of the county.

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ClayCord.com

Column: "Creative Space" - Lamorinda Arts Alliance - Reception Tonight

This month, the Art Cottage is featuring work from the Lamorinda Arts Alliance . Founded in 1994, the LAA is comprised of 160 artists who live or work in Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda and the surrounding areas.

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ClayCord.com

The September 11th Memorial at Memory Gardens Memorial Park in Concord

Leone was supposed to recuse himself from commenting or voting on the CNWS because he lives within 500 ft. of the CNWS.

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Patch.com

Concord Historical Society to Host Great Stuff Sale

Concord Friends, the Concord Historical Society is hosting a Great Stuff Sale fundraiser THIS Saturday and Sunday, September 13 and 14, from 9-3, at the Don Francisco Galindo House: 1721 Amador Avenue, Concord! Please come purchase some "Great Stuff" and support the Historical Society's efforts to keep our great history alive and accessible here in Concord!

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ClayCord.com

Automated External Defibrillator Stolen from Forest Park Swim Club in Concord

Forest Park swim club near Concord High School was broken into on Friday night, and the thief stole an automated external defibrillator .

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Contra Costa Times

Bay Area police departments got millions in military surplus, records show

Law enforcement agencies throughout the Bay Area have received more than $14 million dollars worth of decommissioned military equipment, including grenade launchers, armored vehicles, and an 85-foot speed boat armed with machine guns, records show. The acquisitions by local agencies include a $4.4 million fast patrol boat, given to the Alameda County Sheriff's office in 2005 to patrol the waterways around the Port of Oakland, a $685,000 mine resistant vehicle for the Antioch Police Department and an armored vehicle known as the MAMBA, which can withstand land mines and IEDs, for the city of Concord.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

ClayCord.com

MDUSD, City of Concord to Pay $540K for Three School Resource Police Officers

The Concord Police Department has entered into a partnership with the Mt. Diablo Unified School District to share the cost of three School Resource Police Officers .

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ClayCord.com

Concord Police Release Identity of Man Suspected of Shooting Over 20 Rounds

As we previously reported, Concord Police Officers responded to a "shots fired" call at a residence in the 1500 block of Lexington Rd. on Tuesday night. When Officers arrived on the scene, they heard and witnessed several gunshots coming from the interior and rear yard rear of a house.

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Contra Costa Times

With Walnut Creek recyclable center sey to close, Concord/Pleasant...

Faced with 800-pound bales of squashed aluminum cans, industrial-sized Dumpsters full of tubas and trombones, nearly 30 tons of glass, a 45,000-pound load of copper, a mountain range of cardboard and more, Mike Jennings knows exactly what to do -- recycle. The 55-year-old vice president and general manager of the Concord/Pleasant Hill Recycling Center on Galaxy Way will likely be doing even more of that soon, given the planned Sept.

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Contra Costa Times

Concord suspends senior club's rent payments for senior center through December

The City Council on Tuesday waived for the rest of the year the fee the nonprofit Concord Senior Citizens Club has been paying to keep the senior center open on Thursdays. Since 2009, the club has paid Concord about $21,000 per year to ensure that the senior center is open five days a week.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Patch.com

Local Food Festival - A Taste of Monument

On Sunday, October 12, Monument Impact will be helping to coordinate a community event to promote local Concord restaurants as well as numerous food trucks. It will take place at a lot adjacent to Monument Boulevard and Erickson Road and will occur from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

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Contra Costa Times

Barnidge: Improved roads, more bike paths, better transit? You get to pick

The Contra Costa Transportation Authority is a rare government agency. Its projects generally are completed on budget and on time.

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Contra Costa Times

Ten-year-old daughter, friend save father from drowning

"Someone would've been waiting for him to come home," the sixth-grader at North Creek Academy in Walnut Creek says of her valiant efforts.

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Inside Bay Area

Public meetings

The City Council is regularly scheduled to meet at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 9, in the council chamber of the Civic Center.

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