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A federal judge dismissed claims a Bay Area sheriff's deputy filed against Contra Costa County for allegedly denying him a name-clearing hearing after he was fired for reporting a dirty sting and cover-up.
The town is looking for health and fitness vendors for its "Live Well, Age Smart" Health and Resource Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 11 at the Danville Senior Center at 115 E. Prospect Ave. The deadline to apply is Monday.
Seventh Grade, Parkside Junior High in San Bruno, Friday night and several of us suburban young lads were planning an evening at the El Camino Theater, watching some sort of animal picture.
Using hands-on and high-tech tools, girls in the "Ultimate Engineering and Design Experience for Young Women" summer camp at The Athenian School are changing the face of science.
Motorists are advised that street lights along the Camino Tassajara corridor are currently out of service.
A break on the 8-inch main was reported in the 3100 block of Fairmede Drive around 1:45 p.m, according to East Bay Municipal Utility District spokeswoman Abby Figueroa.
A water main break is affecting 30 homes near Danville Saturday evening, an East Bay Municipal Utility District spokeswoman said.
Danville city spokesman Geoff Gillette said 58-year-old Mitchell Wolf was arrested at his home Friday morning by agents with the Silicon Valley Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
Mitchell Wolf, 58, was arrested at his home on Bourne Lane around 7:30 a.m. after members of the Silicon Valley Crimes Against Children, or ICAC, Task Force served a search warrant, according to police.
Police said foul play does not appear to be involved in the death of a 20-year-old Concord man who was involved in a fight in Danville over the weekend.
Danville police are investigating a rowdy house party and beating early Sunday -- with one of the party attendees, a 20-year-old Concord man discovered dead a day later.
Convicted swindler Leo Joshua Kennedy, who has admitted sapping the life savings from dozens of families by stealing at least $13 million from Silicon Valley-based trust funds, will spend six and a half years in a federal prison.
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