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A "special preview tour" for the public of a future mini-park behind the ¿public library, 4191 Appian Way, at 10 a.m. Saturday will feature a native plant tour and a ribbon-cutting before a gallery of Contra Costa County and East Bay Regional Park
Life, the American Cancer Society's fundraising vehicle for cancer research and education, will come to several West Contra Costa County cities this summer. Teams of volunteers walk or run for 24 hours around a track or pathway, in shifts, to raise
Hoping to open new possibilities for saving at least a portion of Doctors Medical Center San Pablo, health care board officials announced Monday they would rescind their notice of closure to county health officials and instead pursue a plan to at
A divided Contra Costa County board of supervisors is commissioning a poll gauging voter support for a countywide sales tax hike to fund a growing menu of public safety and public health-related services in the wake of the announcement that Doctors
Joe Pickell, who manages the city's Veterans Memorial Building, says he's excited about Contra Costa County's plans to install a wheelchair ramp at the 82-year-old structure on Stockton Avenue. Soon, handicapped members of American Legion Louis Hagen
In an ongoing effort to save a moribund West County public hospital and beef up county health and public safety funding, Contra Costa supervisors on Tuesday will decide whether to take initial steps toward putting a county-wide sales tax measure on
The California Nurses Association is calling on Contra Costa County residents to demand county leaders save Doctor's Medical Center in San Pablo from certain closure. The hospital is set to close in July after years of financial struggles and the
Local leaders gathered Thursday for the groundbreaking on a project to restore a vacant house that will provide housing and supportive services for women returning from prison and their children. The house, owned by Community Housing Development Corp.
The Eye will accept any invitation that includes free beer and hor d'oeuvres, but the offer to attend the wedding reception for Richmond police Chief Chris Magnus and Terrance Cheung, Contra Costa Supervisor John Gioia's chief of staff, was worth
Richmond Police Chief Chris Magnus and Terrance Cheung, the chief of staff in Supervisor John Gioia's office, were married in a ceremony that took place among blooming flowers in the terraced amphitheater at the Berkeley Rose Garden over the weekend.