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The California Highway Patrol is investigating a crash on Interstate 80 that killed a 17-year-old Concord girl early Sunday morning in Vacaville. According to the CHP, the girl, whose name has not been released pending notification of next of kin, was stopped on the right hand shoulder of westbound Interstate 80 west of Leisure Town Road around 12:40 a.m. where she was putting gas in her 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Comment?
Vacaville Unified leaders on Thursday named Jane Shamieh, the school district's chief business officer, as interim superintendent, effective July 1, succeeding Superintendent Ken Jacopetti, who last week said that he would retire on June 30. Whit Whitman, president of the seven-member governing board, made the announcement after trustees emerged from a closed session in the Educational Services Center. During a break in formal trustee business, Shamieh, standing in the hallway just outside board chambers, seemed at a loss for words to describe how she felt. Comment?
In 1975, Linda Locke worked in the Contra Costa County Social Service Department. When she was not able to sign a client up for food stamps because of missing paperwork, she would refer the person to the food room in a local faith community. Comment?
Did you know more than half of the households served by the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano have had to choose between paying for medicine/medical care or food? For seniors living solely on social security this is especially true. Through the Senior Food Program, people 55 and over receive nutritionally balanced bags of food so they may not have to make those tough decisions. Comment?
The Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano is lucky to have the support of CBS 5 KPIX and Whole Foods in organizing the Food for Bay Area Families food drive. Whole Foods helps us collect food at their stores which helps us provide food to those in need in our community. Comment?
This friendly competition between employees of Solano and Contra Costa counties is a way of sharing the holiday spirit with the people in need the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano serves. County employees volunteer their time in creative ways raising funds for the Food Bank so help can be there during the holiday season and beyond. Comment?
One thing alters slightly and that causes other things to change as well. For us at the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano, October tells us the holiday season is coming soon. Comment?
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