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Best and worst roads concentrated in the East Bay and North Bay – San Jose Mercury News

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

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Santa Rosa Press Democrat (blog) Best and worst roads concentrated in the East Bay and North Bay San Jose Mercury News The East Contra Costa County city of roughly 51400 people has tried to spend money on keeping up its 416 miles of roads. "We have a dedicated annual program to do maintenance, even in recession times," said public works head Bailey Grewal

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Vote on Knightsen home for people with mental illness delayed – San Jose Mercury News

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

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Vote on Knightsen home for people with mental illness delayed San Jose Mercury News Several members of the Contra Costa Mental Health Commission, including Theresa Pasquini, took turns at the podium. "My son is placed in Merced County because there is no place for him here," she said.

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Arson dishonors Richmond school namesake – KGO-TV

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

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KGO-TV Arson dishonors Richmond school namesake KGO-TV Last year, the West Contra Costa County School District laid off 82 people, cut $15 million from its budget, and now it has to pay for the fire damage.

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Residents urged to weigh in on redistricting – Martinez News-Gazette

Monday, May 23, 2011

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Residents urged to weigh in on redistricting Martinez News-Gazette The 2010 Census found that 1049025 people live in Contra Costa County . In order to be roughly equal, each district should comprise of 209805 residents.

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People Magazine Freshens The Lemon Lady of Clayton – Patch.com

Friday, May 20, 2011

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People Magazine Freshens The Lemon Lady of Clayton Patch.com ... 1:46pm Ann Chan is getting some national attention for her cause. n April, Patch told you about the Lemon Lady of Clayton, who collects ripe fruit from trees — with permission — and delivers the bounty to Contra Costa County's poor and hungry

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Health center employee dies of Legionnaires’ disease – Bellingham Herald

Thursday, May 19, 2011

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Health center employee dies of Legionnaires' disease Bellingham Herald Contra Costa County typically has three to 10 cases per year. Nationally, 8000 to 18000 people are hospitalized annually with the disease. It may never be known where the medical records technician at the Richmond Health Center came in contact with the ..

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Richmond residents honored for fighting alcohol abuse – San Francisco Chronicle (blog)

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

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Richmond residents honored for fighting alcohol abuse San Francisco Chronicle (blog) Richmond Police Sergeant DeWayne Williams and community activist Naomi Williams were recognized for their work combating alcohol and substance abuse at the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday. Every year, through the the People who ...

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Danville organizations win ‘People Who Make a Difference’ award – Danville Express

Friday, May 13, 2011

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Danville organizations win 'People Who Make a Difference' award Danville Express Contra Costa County supervisors will recognize two Danville organizations dedicated to combating drug and alcohol abuse as "People Who Make a Difference" at Tuesday's board of supervisors meeting. Friends of Discovery will be honored ... and more

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An ethnic shift – Contra Costa Times

Friday, May 13, 2011

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An ethnic shift Contra Costa Times Alameda County had about 4900 people who identified as Asian Indian in the 1980 census form, and about a fifth of them lived in Fremont.

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East Bay is home – Contra Costa Times

Friday, May 13, 2011

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East Bay is home Contra Costa Times Alameda County had about 4900 people who identified as Asian Indian in the 1980 census form, and about a fifth of them lived in Fremont. An additional 2000 Indian-Americans lived in Contra Costa County . The local Indian population grew bigger and more ...

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