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Busiest, at least in terms of scope, are Tao House and the Village Theatre in Danville, where the 15th Annual Eugene O'Neill Festival will begin a series of activities, including the production of two plays, Tennessee Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"
The remains of Don Lee have been reunited with his San Ramon family. More than three years ago, Lee organized a fishing trip to Mexico that ended with the 115-foot ship Erik sinking in the Sea of Cortez. On July 3, 2011, eight Northern California men
07/16/2014 03:03:38 PM PDT Real problem with tenure The efficacy of tenure depends on the efficacy of management...Bad management tries to fire excellent teachers because they teach something that a vocal pressure group dislikes.
Chevron Corp.'s quest to begin construction on a $1 billion upgrade to its refinery here is set for another showdown July 22, when the City Council will weigh competing visions for the project proposed by the energy giant and the city's Planning
is applying that same philosophy to the 21st century factory, under an initiative it's calling the "Brilliant Factory." On a high level, General Electric's vision of the Brilliant Factory combines software, data, analytics, sensors, and the cloud,
Chevron Corporation ( CVX ) on Thursday released an interim update to its second-quarter fiscal 2014 (2QFY14; ended June 30, 2014) earnings guidance. The company, which operates in 180 countries around the world, projects an increase in earnings due
After years of fighting, to finally getting the green light from the city's planning commission to build the Faria Preserve Project, developers of the 740-unit housing plan must brace for another round of public hearings and scrutiny by the City
Hundreds of San Ramon residents plan to show up Tuesday night for a City Council meeting to complain about a controversial new home development proposal that will be under consideration...Resident Dale Williams thinks that enough growth is enough. "
Araceli Barron, the bilingual mother of three young children in Sunnyvale, has seen California's digital divide up close. Until recently, the family had no Internet access at home and as more and more schoolwork required an online presence, her sixth-
More than a hundred opponents of a proposed cemetery in the Tassajara Valley turned out in full force to register hostility toward a large graveyard being built in Contra Costa County, not far from their homes. San Ramon mayor Bill Clarkson and vice