Friday Apr 4
Plastic sheeting has been placed under the leaking ceiling, connected by hoses to buckets to prevent rainwater from causing more damage.
Contra Costa Times
Kensington gets new shop in familiar location
Since the 1920s, residents have been accustomed to seeing the Rexall Drugs sign adorning the corner building at Arlington and Amherst avenues and a pharmacy occupying the space.
Springfield's Kensington Avenue Magnet School announces name...
A ceremony is scheduled Monday to formally announce the renaming of Kensington Avenue Magnet School as Kensington International School, reflecting its International Baccalaureate programming.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
EntertainmentThe Dish: Vino edition
From tastings to wine dinners to cheese pairings, here are some of the top wine events on our radar right now: Village Vino!, the charming boutique wine shop in Kensington, has a powerhouse roster of events scheduled for April, starting with Wednesday's Oregon pinot tasting with Raptor Ridge Winery owner Annie Shull.
Kensington Elementary striving for a safer school
A new real-time threat alert system is being tested at Kensington Elementary School that allows school staff to instantly notify police officers in their cruisers through a text message and communicate with them directly during a crisis.
The Jewish News Weekly
Director of East Bay JCC off to new job at Palo Alto JCC
Sally Kauffman Flinchbaugh, the executive director of the JCC of the East Bay for the past 512 years, will become the chief operating officer at the Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto on May 12, both institutions announced this week.
You've Got Questions about Goings-on Around Town? Here Are the Answers
Redondo Beach City Councilman Jeff Ginsburg wrote to offer answers to the questions he couldn't readily answer at the last community meeting.
Dry weather reduces landslide risk in Bay Area
Landslide experts in the Bay Area Monday said the forecast rainstorms should encourage people to keep an eye on landslide hazards.