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Park and athletic fields once used by the military along the Oakland-Alameda Estuary will be upgraded and transformed into the city's first lighted synthetic sports field and a public park under a proposal that the Planning Board is set to consider.
The Central Contra Costa Sanitary District board has agreed to lease land to a sustainable farm program for up to 10 years, if the farm operators meet performance goals. Trustees voted 3-2 Thursday to approve a business plan presented by AgLantis,
Even here in food rich California, the drought looks to be taking a bite out of Bay Area food budgets. On Tuesday there are new projections from the government, and what that means to your shrinking food dollar. Like gasoline, we tend to notice food
New attractions and mostly mild weather helped pull in a healthy crowd to the Alameda County Fair, which ended its run Sunday...The fair's record attendance came in its 100th aniversary year in 2012, when 534,577 people entered the turnstiles. Fair
Longtime West Contra Costa school board trustee Charles Ramsey announced in an email to supporters Monday that he is withdrawing from the race to be Richmond's next mayor and will instead run for City Council, triggering a seismic shift in the race. "
Teenagers from the Ira Jinkins Recreation Center in East Oakland are participating in the East Bay Regional Park District Teen Eco-Action Week summer program to learn about the natural environment through service learning opportunities in their
Rose officials for the past year to figure out a way to sustain the independent hospital, which is part of the critical-care safety net, said Supervisor Richard Valle. The hospital serves 12 percent of the county's poor, and has Hayward's only
An Oakland organization that assists families of murder victims is collecting shoes on Saturday ¿to raise money for a scholarship fund and summer camp activities. USAgain, a textile recycling company, has partnered with the Christopher LaVell Jones
Font Resize Harrison Ford's injury delays 'Star Wars: Episode VII for two weeks Posted: 07/07/2014 08:51:58 AM PDT Updated: 07/07/2014 08:59:24 AM PDT Harrison Ford's injury will halt production on "Star Wars: Episode VII" for two weeks.
The fire, which started Friday night near the Monticello Dam, has spread to 7,000 acres and is 30 percent contained, fire officials said this morning. Fire officials said the Golden Bear Estates is still under a mandatory evacuation, and 40