3 hrs ago
The Campbell Reporter
Roadshow: Why was there no summer respite from commute traffic?
Q This may not be a question that you, or anyone else, can answer authoritatively, but it's been bugging me a lot lately.
7 hrs ago
Lead Up to Labor Day Brings DUI Crackdown in Contra Costa County
Labor Day weekend is coming up. For many Americans, that means an extra day off, backyard and beach barbecues, visiting friends and family, and the unofficial end of the summer season.
12 hrs ago
TONIGHT: Mosquito Fogging in Concord
Contra Costa County mosquito control crews will spray an area of Concord tonight with insecticide in an effort to eradicate mosquitoes and prevent the spread of West Nile virus.
16 hrs ago
Inside Bay Area
School supply drive in Contra Costa ends Thursday
There's still time to help low-income families get backpacks and other necessary school supplies as the academic year begins.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Contra Costa Times
On Tap: East Contra Costa County theater, arts and other events
The Arts and Cultural Foundation of Antioch presents the Saturday Summer Concert Series with Against Leo featuring rock 'n' roll and blues music.
Inside Bay Area
San Ramon: Tassajara cemetery opponents ask City Council to reverse '05 resolution
Opponents of a controversial cemetery proposed for the Tassajara Valley are appealing to the City Council to reverse a 2005 local resolution of support for the project, which they say is now too outdated to reflect the will of the city's residents.
The Claycord BART Crime Report - Rape, Robbery, Indecent Exposure, Theft + MORE
The information in this report is provided by the BART Police Department , and it will be posted on Claycord.com when it's made available by BPD.
Inside Bay Area
Alameda County: Number relying on food bank grows
One in five Alameda County residents relies on food bank assistance, which is more than the one in seven nationally, according to a new survey released Monday by Feeding America, a network of food banks.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
San Francisco Bay View
Richmond unites to fight hospital closure by filing federal lawsuit...
Civil rights attorney Pamela Y. Price announced today that her firm has been retained by the DMC Closure Aversion Committee to take legal action to stop the closure of DMC, Doctor's Medical Center.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Firefighters Battle Grass Fire In Bay Point
Contra Costa County firefighters are battling a small grass fire in a marshy area in Bay Point this afternoon, a fire dispatcher said.
Inside Bay Area
Kensington church considers subdividing land
An iconic Unitarian church is finding itself at odds with a group of its neighbors upset about a church plan to sell six acres of open space on its property for development.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Battle Over Planned Cemetery Near San Ramon Coming To A Head
Residents of an East Bay community are in a fight over a proposed cemetery, but it may be that civic leaders have no way of stopping it.
Monterey County Herald
Thomas F. Lee: Split sentencing a step toward a 21st century justice system
Starting next Jan. 1, an innovative judicial practice, split sentencing, will become the law of the land in California.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Dog Rescued After Getting Stuck In Sewage Water Plant Vault
A dog was rescued from a sewage water treatment plant in North Richmond this morning after a worker spotted it stuck in a vault, fire officials said.
Arrest made in fatal Bay Point shooting
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Ukiah Daily Journal
Whooping cough outbreaks have been reported in schools statewide
California's whooping cough epidemic continues to escalate, with state officials reporting 760 more cases in the past two weeks -- a stark reminder of the need to vaccinate youth before school starts.
Ebola isn't only tropical disease with no drug
Women in Monrovia, Liberia, pray for an end of the Ebola epidemic, which has killed over 1,000 people.
The Antioch Herald
Analysis - County Office of Education addressed Assadoorian recusal question
A review of emails obtained through a California Public Records Act request reveals that the Contra Costa County Office of Education considered the issue of a possible conflict of interest for board member Richard Asadoorian in the Dozier-Libbey Medical High School conversion charter school petition appeal.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Concord teacher acquitted of molestation charges
A Contra Costa County jury found Concord teacher Joseph Martin not guilty of molesting three boys, but deadlocked on charges relating to 11 others.
Two-Alarm Fire in Rossmoor Displaces Four, Causes $250K in Damage
A two-alarm fire at a Walnut Creek retirement community on Tuesday night left at least four people displaced from their homes and two apartments badly damaged, Contra Costa County Fire Protection District officials said today.