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10/10/2010 : Independent schools fair Oct. 12

10/03/2010 : Kensington book club meets Oct. 25

09/25/2010 : West County Democrats Rally Oct. 2

"Rivets" playing on victory ship Fridays-Sundays, Oct. 1 - 24

ACLU annual meeting Oct. 17

09/19/2010 : Homefront Festival Oct. 2

Coastal cleanup Sept. 25

09/13/2010 : Register by Sept. 17 for advocacy training

09/12/2010 : ELECTION: O’Malley announces new endorsements

09/11/2010 : Sustainable Contra Costa's 2010 Awards Gala Sept. 29

09/04/2010 : Tri-City Safety Day Sept. 18

08/17/2010 : Aug. 19 fundraiser benefits variety of projects, features music, screenings

08/15/2010 : Jewish Gateways' New Year Services Sept. 8

08/11/2010 : County mental health planning meeting Aug. 31

WWII memoir topic of Sept. 20 talk at Kensington library

08/10/2010 : Knitting group meets Sept. 13

08/03/2010 : Free viewing of "Capitalism: A Love Story" Aug. 18

Kensington book club meets Aug. 23

Volunteers needed for county homeless project

Virtual breastfeeding support

07/22/2010 : Marrow drive July 29 to be held in honor of Martinez Police Sergeant

07/19/2010 : Poet to speak Aug. 9 at Kensington library

07/17/2010 : Kensington knitting group meets Aug. 2

07/05/2010 : Kensington book club meets July 26

06/30/2010 : Berkeley Marina 4th of July

Death penalty film, forum July 7 Richmond Library

06/26/2010 : County residents urged to make healthier drink choices

Public Pools Must Meet New Safety Rules or Close

Library launches a mobile patron support system

06/19/2010 : Oakland East Bay Symphony Celebrates Independence Day July 3 in Richmond

06/17/2010 : Sharp Rise in Whooping Cough Prompts Free Vaccines, Outreach

06/15/2010 : Knitting club meets July 6 (note day change this month)

06/08/2010 : Contra Costa County June 8 election results

June 8 state primary results

06/04/2010 : June 8 election information

05/31/2010 : Richmond Ohlone Greenway Gap Closure Project Meeting June 1

05/23/2010 : “The Anonymous Seniors” sing-along June 14 at Kensington library

05/08/2010 : Kensington book club meets May 24

Kensington knitting group meets June 7

Albany citywide garage sale May 15

Assembly member talk on state budget May 12

05/02/2010 : Cohn-Stone Studios event May 7-9

May 8 race to benefit law enforcement families

Mandolin Orchestra Performance May 16

04/25/2010 : Contra Costa County Fair

Smart and Green Day May 16

County seeks applicants to promote H1N1 vaccination

State Senator Senator Mark deSaulnier to speak on CA politics May 4

04/18/2010 : Fun Run May 15 in Point Richmond

Foreclosure prevention program April 24

04/05/2010 : Kensington book club meets April 26

03/30/2010 : Meet candidates at April 24 event

03/28/2010 : Traditional Portuguese Fado Music April 19 at Kensington Library

03/21/2010 : Free Immunizations to Contra Costa Children March 26

03/07/2010 : Nominate “People Who Make a Difference” Combating Alcohol and Other Drugs

03/05/2010 : Kensington book club meets March 22

02/14/2010 : Knitting group meets March 1

German Family Karneval Feb. 20

Asian Art Museum presentation March 15 at Kensington library

Celebrate Black Marriage Day With West County Mocha Moms March 27

Manzanita school fundraiser March 20

Town hall meeting with Congressman Garamendi Feb. 19

Supervisor Gioia's February newsletter

01/17/2010 : Friends of 5 Creeks news

Heath coverage program launched

Sunday schedule for AC Transit on MLK day

01/06/2010 : Members Being Recruited for Pest Management Committee

Kensington book club to discuss "Winesburg, Ohio" Jan. 25

Point Isabel Dog Owners news

12/22/2009 : Holiday food safety tips from state health department

12/18/2009 : Kensington knitting group meets Jan. 4

12/13/2009 : Point Richmond model trains open weekends in December

Christmas fantasy at Tilden Merry Go Round through Dec. 23

Contra Costa gets federal health care funds

County flu clinics

Library wins award for A-Go-Go program

Coats needed!

12/06/2009 : Libraries, book returns closed some dates over holidays

11/29/2009 : Verde School toy and coat drive through Dec. 14

Swedish Folk Music Dec. 14

11/22/2009 : Kensington library book club upcoming selection list

El Cerrito resident appointed to assessment appeals board

11/15/2009 : West County Winds concert Dec. 7

11/01/2009 : Kensington book club meets Nov. 23

Cuba Travelogue Nov. 16 at Kensington Library

Spirit Rock's Jack Kornfield at Unitarian Universalist Nov. 6

10/28/2009 : Bay Bridge reopened

10/25/2009 : Manzanita School "Day of the Dead Festival" Oct. 31

10/18/2009 : Child Safety Around Dogs Workshop Nov. 7

Friends of Libraries Week Oct. 18-24

Tut presentation Nov. 9

"The Journey of Italians in America" author to speak Nov. 5

10/11/2009 : ACLU chapter meeting Oct. 18

Richmond PAL Masquerade Ball Oct. 30

10/04/2009 : Kensington book club meets Oct. 26

10/02/2009 : Open House at German School Oct. 10, Nov. 10, Dec. 8

09/27/2009 : Glass pumpkin patch Oct. 11-31

Kensington book sale Oct. 18

09/19/2009 : Kensington book club meets Sept. 28

Richmond's Home Front Festival Oct. 2,3

Contra Costa County mental health news

09/08/2009 : Film showing Sept. 25 benefits CCC Search and Rescue

09/05/2009 : Disaster preparedness fair Sept. 26

09/04/2009 : Save the Bay topic of Sept. 21 talk

09/02/2009 : Garamendi, Harmer face off in Nov. 3 congressional race (scroll down for primary results)

09/01/2009 : Coastal cleanup at Marina Bay Sept. 19

08/30/2009 : Special congressional elections (county website)

ELECTION: 9/12 candidates endorse Clift for Congress

Sistaz n Motion meets Sept. 12

08/26/2009 : Knitting group meets Sept. 14

08/23/2009 : Richmond civic center grand reopening Sept. 12

Volunteers needed for county Homeless Health Connect Sept. 16

Boating class Sept. 19-20 in Vallejo

08/20/2009 : Nominations sought for woman-owned business award

Solano Stroll street fair Sept. 13

08/19/2009 : 2009 STAR test results

Bay Bridge now open

08/16/2009 : County offers swine flu information for parents, students

08/15/2009 : BART strike averted/BART website

Library system offers training for adult reading tutors

08/06/2009 : ELECTION: Write-in candidate files for Congressional seat

ELECTION: Woods announces endorsements

ELECTION: Republican Liberty Caucus endorses Clift

08/03/2009 : Bay Area green builder tour Oct. 4

08/01/2009 : Kensington book club meets Aug. 24

"Rivets" musical to be performed Aug. 28-Sept 27 on Red Oak

07/26/2009 : Stroke program Aug. 10 at Kensington library

ELECTION: Announcements from congressional candidate Gary Clift

07/21/2009 : Register to vote by Aug. 17 for congressional special election

07/18/2009 : Green Business mixer July 22 in Richmond

State approves mental health funds for Contra Costa

County library commission meets July 23

Knitting group meets Aug. 3

07/13/2009 : Health systems call for partnerships to help newly uninsured

Single-payer health care subject of July 28 Democratic club meeting

07/12/2009 : Study says obesity could cost county more than $1 billion

07/09/2009 : ACLU attorney to speak July 12 at Unitarian Universalist Church

07/07/2009 : Special congressional elections Sept. 1 (primary) and Nov. 3 (general){state website}

Filing open through July 20 for Tauscher congressional seat

07/06/2009 : Baby fair July 25 in Albany

07/05/2009 : Kensington book club meets July 27

07/03/2009 : Endangered places subject of July 20 talk at Kensington library

06/30/2009 : Folk music July 13 at Kensington library

06/29/2009 : Berkeley High Class of '84 reunion July 3

06/28/2009 : Voiceover class July 16

06/19/2009 : Libraries offer art contest for middle, high school students

Kensington book club titles through December

Kensington knitting club meets July 6

06/13/2009 : June 18 kick off for Richmond-based book

Minor bus route changes begin June 21

05/30/2009 : Acrobat at Kensington library June 16

05/25/2009 : Library offers summer reading programs for all ages

Latin American music June 8 at Kensington library

Summer reading events for adults

Volunteers needed for homeless project June 16-17

June 8 video game event promotes summer reading program, comics contest

Kensington book club meets June 22

Contra Costa receives mental health funds

05/17/2009 : Bay to Barkers Aug. 2

05/03/2009 : Bike to Work Day May 14

04/30/2009 : Council meeting/forum with Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner May 3

04/25/2009 : Kensington Library Book Sale May 9 and 10

Drought topic of talk May 11 at Kensington library

04/21/2009 : Peace officer memorial run May 9

04/17/2009 : Recall of Union City's Uncle Chen, Lian How brand oils, sauces, and spices

04/15/2009 : Upcoming Watershed Project events

Bring Back the Natives plant tour (May 3) and sale (May 2,3)

Cal Day April 18

Voice over class April 30

Boating class April 18-19

Open house at Cohn Stone Studios May 1-3

Messiah Sing-Along May 3 at St. David's

Volunteers needed for homeless project

04/05/2009 : Special Needs Transition Fair April 25

03/29/2009 : Peace Corps volunteers share stories April 13

Library system seeks video game donations

Kensington book club meets April 27

County Health Services receives CPR technology

Classroom Safari at Kensington library April 14

Pianist David Glass at Kensington church April 17

03/22/2009 : Reading tutors for adults needed

Kensington knitting group meets April 6

03/21/2009 : County Reading Festival May 3-9

03/14/2009 : Fundraiser April 18 for county hospital

Breakfast with Supervisor Gioia March 21

03/07/2009 : Police officer, firefighters save life with CPR training

03/03/2009 : Kensington services district meeting March 12

03/01/2009 : Early music groups perform March 8 in Kensington

"A Raisin in the Sun" March 4-7 at Contra Costa College

Kensington book club meets March 23

Kensington architecture at Kensington library March 16

Magician at Kensington library March 17

"Kinds of Blues" concert March 6 at Universalist church

02/20/2009 : Disaster preparedness fair March 14 in Albany

State schools chief's statement on budget impact on education

02/16/2009 : Suess birthday event March 7 at Kensington library

Pharmaceutical drop-off Feb. 28

02/08/2009 : Applications open for mental health group

Kohl's withdraws plans for Pt. Isabel according to dog group

01/30/2009 : Knitting group meets Feb. 2

Poetry reading Feb. 9 at Kensington library

Lunar New Year celebration on Solano Feb. 7

01/20/2009 : Change at WhiteHouse.gov

01/11/2009 : Training for reading tutors for adults Jan. 21

The Short Attention Span Circus Jan. 27 at Kensington library

Albany Lions Club crab feed Jan. 23

01/02/2009 : Volunteers needed for homeless count

12/31/2008 : Parks trails challenge begins Jan. 1

Senior surfing documentary Jan. 12 at Kensington library

Kensington knitting group meets Jan. 5

Graphic designer of children's book at Kensington library Jan. 20

Kensington book group meets Jan. 26

12/14/2008 : December newsletter from Supervisor Gioia

12/07/2008 : Contra Costa Health Plan hires new Director of Quality Management

Give a gift to your library

Firefighters participate in toy drive

11/30/2008 : Crafts and tree trimming at Kensington library Dec. 18

Kensington library book club meets Dec. 29

Mini-concerts Dec. 5, 12 at Arlington Community Church

11/22/2008 : Input sought on mental health plan

County library system wins award

Swedish folk music Dec. 8 at Kensington library

Breakfast with Supervisor Gioia Dec. 6

Music at Kensington library Dec. 13

Play at Kensington library Dec. 9

11/17/2008 : Donations sought for coat drive

11/09/2008 : Upcoming Friends of 5 Creeks events

Hearing on proposed Berkeley/Albany Ferry Terminal Nov. 18

Humane Society offering holiday pet photos

11/04/2008 : State election results

Contra Costa County Election Results

11/01/2008 : Bay Area Classical Harmonies at Arlington Church Dec. 5

10/26/2008 : Holiday card show Nov. 15 and 16

"Facing Death" film and discussion Nov. 3

10/15/2008 : Art show Nov. 9 to benefit Humane Society

10/12/2008 : Bat show at Kensington library Oct. 28

Solano Ave. Halloween events Oct. 31

Richmond arts month celebration Oct. 18

County offers free breast exams

10/05/2008 : Flu clinic information

Monterey Market film at Kensington library Oct. 23

Guess the pumpkin's weight at the Kensington library

El Cerrito, Albany citywide garage sales Oct. 11 (link to participant list)

Women glassblowers compete Oct. 31-Nov. 2

09/28/2008 : Congresswoman Tauscher on financial relief plan

09/27/2008 : Teens with overdue books: All if forgiven

Kensington book sale Oct. 19

09/25/2008 : Glass Pumpkin Patch and Open Studio weekends Oct. 11-26

09/23/2008 : ACLU annual meeting Oct. 19

09/22/2008 : Humane Society needs volunteers, donations

09/21/2008 : Home Front Festival by the Bay Oct. 3-5

"It Came From Berkeley" author at Kensington library Oct. 13

Kensington knitting club meets Oct. 6

09/16/2008 : Kensington book club meets Oct. 27

09/14/2008 : Emergency preparedness fair Sept. 20

Shoreline cleanup Sept. 20

09/01/2008 : Groark the Dragon Sept. 16 at Kensington library

Solano Stroll Sept. 14

Sistaz N Motion mixer Sept. 13

08/15/2008 : Democratic Club forum Aug. 26 for El Cerrito, Kensington candidates

08/08/2008 : West County Reads art workshop Aug. 21 at Kensington library

Kensington book club meets Aug. 25

Python Ron and prize party Aug. 26 at Kensington library

County launches online arts directory

07/20/2008 : Knitting club meets Aug. 4

Women in the Outdoors event Aug. 9

County mental health summit July 30

07/18/2008 : Breakfast with Supervisor Gioia July 26

07/14/2008 : Medical waste drop off July 19

07/07/2008 : Kensington book club meets July 28

Supervisor Gioia's July newsletter

Small business workshops April 21, 28 at Pleasant Hill library

06/29/2008 : Drought information from EBMUD

Change in library hold policy

July 14 hearing on spending federal AIDS funds

Voice-over class July 22

06/22/2008 : Breakfast with Supervisor Gioia June 28

Termite workshop July 14 at Kensington library

06/19/2008 : UC Berkeley website article on Jeopardy winner Larissa Kelly

06/15/2008 : Knucklehead at Kensington library July 5

06/07/2008 : Insect lab June 17 at Kensington library

Magician at Kensington library June 21

Field Day June 8 at Unitarian Universalist church

County asks people to "Rethink Your Drink"

Library offers story podcasts

Contra Costa Salmonella case linked to multi-state outbreak

05/24/2008 : Summer reading program begins June 9

Beekeeper book release party June 14

Musical comedy June 10 at Kensington library

Poll workers needed

Opening on library commission

Kensington book club meets June 23

Kensington knitting club meets June 2

05/17/2008 : "Greening Albany" June 8

05/15/2008 : Library system expands business resources

Bay Area Classical Harmonies at Arlington Church June 6

Richmond shipyards topic of performances

High heat caution

05/12/2008 : County asks health care providers to be on look out for whooping cough

05/10/2008 : Contra Costa County elections office - June 3 election

05/09/2008 : Persian dance show May 16-18

Upcoming gardening workshops from the Watershed Project

Hearing May 21 on bus fare changes

Bike to Work May 15

05/03/2008 : Kensington book club meets May 19

Free/low-cost bike tuneup May 4 at Albany festival

04/30/2008 : Joy of Movement May 20 at Kensington library

Bay to Barkers fundraiser July 20

04/26/2008 : "Flight from Hitler" subject of May 12 talk at Kensington library

04/20/2008 : Mozart for Mutts and Meows May 17

"Motherland" at Contra Costa College May 1-4

Free immunizations for children April 25 in Richmond

Friends of the Kensington Library book sale May 10, 11

04/18/2008 : Library system hosts reading festival May 16-18

04/14/2008 : West County Earth Day April 19

Albany waterfront cleanup April 19

04/06/2008 : Library introduces "visual" catalog

04/02/2008 : Kensington book club meets April 28

03/30/2008 : April 5 "Jazz on the Boulevard" benefits medical center

Walter the Giant Storyteller at Kensington library April 15

Kensington knitting club meets April 7

Back Porch Pickers in Kensington April 18

03/23/2008 : How healthy is fast food?

Series focuses on inequity in health care

Volunteers sought for UC Berkeley insomnia study

Foreclosure information

Friends of Five Creeks upcoming events

Upcoming Watershed Project seminars for public, teachers

03/16/2008 : Transportation summit April 5

Candidates night March 25 at Democratic Club meeting

03/14/2008 : Medieval/Renaissance music at Arlington Church March 28

03/09/2008 : "Sicko" showing March 26

"Women Band Together" art exhibit through March 31

March 21 concert at Arlington Community Church

03/07/2008 : March 10, April 14 events at Kensington library cancelled

03/02/2008 : Dog-dog aggression seminar March 15 and 16

02/26/2008 : March 29 event for single pet owners

02/24/2008 : Supervisor Gioia's February newsletter

Albany Centennial celebration March 1

CCC theatre presents "Rivets" Feb. 28- March 2

Meditation for stress reduction presentation Feb. 28 at El Sobrante library

Small business workshop March 11 in Pleasant Hill

Magic by Alex March 11 at Kensington library

02/13/2008 : Dr. Seuss birthday celebration March 1 at Kensington library

02/10/2008 : Unique Derique Feb. 19 at Kensington library

Kensington book club meets Feb. 25

Film on caring for the dying at Kensington library

02/06/2008 : California Feb. 5 election results

01/27/2008 : Green business event Feb. 27 in Berkeley

01/26/2008 : Exchange Club benefit crab feed Feb. 9

01/23/2008 : Health officials issue warning about carbon monoxide poisoning

01/21/2008 : Children's book graphic designer at Kensington library Feb. 5

Albany Hill walk Feb. 7 for seniors

County offers tax prep help

Albany Crabfeed Jan. 25

Setar making seminar Feb. 24

Upcoming classes at Nova Studio in Point Richmond

01/14/2008 : Winds Across the Bay Feb. 2 at Hilltop church

01/12/2008 : Crisis management talk Jan. 13

Celtic harp trio performing Feb. 8 at Arlington Church

01/04/2008 : "Hornman" at Kensington library Jan. 22

Monterey Market film to be shown at Kensington library Jan. 14

Adult literacy tutors sought

Program Jan. 11 in Concord on childhood obesity

Kensington book club lists upcoming selections (Revised Jan. 4)

12/30/2007 : Kensington book club meets Jan. 28

12/29/2007 : County Health offers podcasts

Feb. 5 election information - state

Symposium on decline of play Jan. 26 in Berkeley

Kensington library baby/toddler storytimes Thursdays

Memorial for Jack Tucker Jan. 19

Jack Tucker article in the Contra Costa Times

12/18/2007 : Kensington knitting club meets Jan. 7

County concerned about tobacco sales to minors

Library adds online encyclopedia

12/15/2007 : Winter Solistice Celebration Dec. 21

11/22/2007 : Kensington knitting club meets Dec. 3

Holiday arts festival Dec. 2 at Richmond Art Center

Young people's concert Dec. 8

Albany art show Dec. 8

11/15/2007 : Sled dogs at Kensington library Dec. 4

11/03/2007 : Peace vigils Fridays in Kensington

Train week Dec. 4-8 at Habitot

11/02/2007 : Solar 101 at Kensington library Nov. 19

11/01/2007 : Children's musical theater program Nov. 13 at Kensington library

10/28/2007 : Peace topic of Nov. 5 talk at church

Bay Nature publisher to speak at Nov. 5 Friends of Five Creeks meeting

MRSA information from county Health Services

Northern California Entomology group meets Nov. 1

Event supporting health care for kids Nov. 3

10/21/2007 : University releases report on minority residents' access to parks

Contra Costa Health Services launches podcasts

"Someone's Somebody" in Contra Costa Nov. 18 and 21

10/14/2007 : Greening Richmond Oct. 21

Guess the pumpkin's weight at Kensington library

Native plant fair Oct. 20 and 21

Volunteers needed for tax prep for low-income families

10/07/2007 : Bats in Kensington Oct. 27

Library asks teens to vote for their favorite avatar design

Solar 101 for the Homeowner Nov. 19

Pest management talk Nov. 5 at Kensington library

Green and healthy homes program Oct. 29 in Kensington

10/05/2007 : Halloween at Habitot

09/29/2007 : Rumi events Sept. 30 at Unitarian Universalist Church

Urban legends for tweens Oct. 11

09/25/2007 : Home Front Festival-By-the-Bay Sept. 28-30 Richmond

09/23/2007 : Shingles vaccine can spare older adults pain

Baby-friendly book club meets Oct. 9

Solano Avenue art gallery grand opening Oct. 6

Open house Oct. 3 for youth mental health program

Comments sought regarding industrial risk plans

Recalled lunch boxes, other lead poisoning information

Knitting club meets Oct. 1

Kensington book club meets Nov. 26

09/22/2007 : Hearings Sept. 26 on Oishi and Sakai Nursery redevelopment

09/20/2007 : Friends of Kensington Library book sale Oct. 14

09/16/2007 : September is library card month

Help available for HIV postive CC residents

Sept. 30 garden tour benefits homeless

Children's Art and Literacy Festival Sept. 29

Supervisor Gioia to host breakfast Sept. 22

Arlington Children’s Choir open house Oct.10

09/03/2007 : County offers drop off locations for recalled toys

Clown at Kensington library Sept. 18

Kensington book club to meet Sept. 24

Kensington knitting club meets Sept. 10

Solano Stroll Sept. 9

Coastal cleanup Sept. 15

08/25/2007 : Oakland Zoo seeks docents

08/22/2007 : Baby-friendly Book Club Sept. 11 at Kensington library

08/21/2007 : Adoptee class begins Sept. 4

Children's literature talk Sept. 10 at Kensington library

08/19/2007 : Kensington library offers storytimes for babies, toddlers (new time!)

Watershed Project announces new teacher workshops

08/15/2007 : Book signing Aug. 5 at Arlington Community Church

08/01/2007 : Singing satarist to perform Aug. 4 in Kensington

Art workshop Aug. 23 at Kensington library

07/26/2007 : Magical Music Concert July 28

07/22/2007 : Seniors receive emergency packs

Bubble Lady at Kensington Library Aug. 4

Baby-friendly Book Club meets Aug. 14

07/14/2007 : Kensington knitting club meets Aug. 6

07/10/2007 : "Arts and Crafts Houses" topic of July 26 talk

07/09/2007 : Kensington book club meets July 23

07/06/2007 : Art open house July 22 in Point Richmond

06/24/2007 : Learn about police at Kensington library July 7

Baby-friendly book club July 10 at Kensington library

Richmond council packets now online

Summer library series features mystery writers

06/22/2007 : AC Transit route changes effective June 24

06/14/2007 : Bay to Barkers July 15

06/03/2007 : Reptiles June 23 at Kensington library

Contest asks teens to "Give OurLibrary a Face"

05/26/2007 : Puppet show June 12 at Kensington library

Kensington Library Knitting Club meets June 4

Kensington Book Club meets June 25

05/16/2007 : "Greening Albany and the Environs" June 3

05/13/2007 : High school activitists celebrated at Y Fest May 20 in SF

The Mixers at Baltic June 2

Preschool science fair May 19 at Kensington Nursery School

05/09/2007 : Mozart for Mutts and Meows June 9

05/07/2007 : Kensington book club lists upcoming selections

Tricks and dog at Kensington library May 22

04/20/2007 : Friends of the Kensington Library booksale May 12, 13

04/13/2007 : West County Earth Day Festival April 21

04/12/2007 : Manga and anime club meets April 20 at Kensington Library

04/01/2007 : Contra Costa Gets grant to expand health coverage

03/30/2007 : Contra Costa College student art show April 17-30, reception April 19

03/25/2007 : Talk on stress April 9 at Kensington Library

Storyteller at Kensington library April 17

03/15/2007 : "Secret of NIMH" March 30 in Kensington

03/12/2007 : Effort launched to fight childhood obesity

Health agencies send child care programs pandemic flu kits

Tween/Teen book club March 26

"Dancing with the Seniors" March 16 in Hercules

03/07/2007 : Kensington book club meets March 26

03/05/2007 : Natural solutions series at El Sobrante library

Anime and manga for tweens,teens at Kensington library March 16

Magician/comedian Timothy James at Kensington library March 20

Women Trailblazers program March 12 at Kensington library

02/21/2007 : Knitting club meets March 5

02/19/2007 : "Motherland" play March 1-3 at Contra Costa College

Dr. Seuss celebration March 3 at Kensington Library

02/11/2007 : "Brotherly Jazz: The Heath Brothers" Feb. 26 at Kensington library

Kensington Tweens Book Club meets Feb. 26

02/04/2007 : Kensington library sponsors mascot design contest for teens

Mystery writer at Pinole library Feb. 26

Cazadero Performing Arts Camp Turns 50

Solano Avenue Chinese New Year celebration Feb. 9

01/30/2007 : Musical Storyteller Deborah Bonet at Kensington library Feb. 27

01/28/2007 : Author Oliver Chin in El Sobrante Feb. 13

Poetry from the Heart Feb. 12

Children's author Alison Jackson at Kensington library Feb. 13

Illustrator at Kensington library Jan. 30

01/22/2007 : Habitot plans special events for Valentine's week

01/21/2007 : Winds Across the Bay performs Jan. 27

Lunar New Year program Feb. 18 at Habitot Children's Museum

Classes offered at Habitot

Free tax preparation for low to moderate-income residents begins

Mini concert series at Arlington church

01/15/2007 : Knitting group meets Feb. 5

Richmond-based USS Red Oak Victory ship to be featured on Jan. 23 show

Richmond Bay Trail annual report

01/05/2007 : Book of wonders Jan. 23 at Kensington library

Social club open house Jan. 11

Manga and Anime Club Jan. 19

12/23/2006 : Storytime at Kensington library begins Jan. 11

12/17/2006 : Meditative Christmas Service Dec. 31 at Arlington Church

Christmas Eve pageant Dec. 24 at Arlington Church

"Leap Up and Dance for Peace" Dec. 24 at Arlington Church

12/10/2006 : Watershed Project news

Board of Supervisors honored for fighting secondhand smoke

12/03/2006 : "One-stop" program for homeless Dec. 7

11/19/2006 : Holiday Art Festival and Auction at Richmond Art Center Dec. 3

11/12/2006 : Tween and Teen book clubs meet Nov. 30

11/08/2006 : California election results

11/05/2006 : Heart disease information at the Kensington library Nov. 13

Tweens and teens art program Nov. 17 at Kensington library

Planting volunteers needed Nov. 18

10/29/2006 : Free legal advice Nov. 30 at El Sobrante Library

10/22/2006 : County observes Lead Poisoning Prevention Week

El Sobrante library knitting club meets Nov. 9

10/15/2006 : Volunteers needed for tax preparation for low-income working families

Pet photos benefit Humane Society

Cat-themed art sale Nov. 5 to benefit Humane Society

BusinessWoman¹s Networking Exchange Celebration Oct. 19

Richmond Pumpkin Festival through Oct. 22

AC Transit newsletter

10/12/2006 : Rummage sale at Manzanita Oct. 14

10/08/2006 : Watershed Project Celebration by the Bay Oct. 15

AC Transit session on website upgrades Oct. 10

Library ofers new business sevice

Kensington knitting club meets Nov. 6

Plant Parenthood event Oct. 21

AC Transit Riders' Choice Award nominations

10/01/2006 : Teen Read Week event Oct. 20 at Kensington library features pizza, survey

County offers peer counseling for seniors

Kensington book club meets Oct. 23

09/24/2006 : Teen film fest at Orinda library

Watershed Project celebration Oct. 15

AC Transit Riders Choice awards accepted through Oct. 6

Gluten topic of Oct. 16 talk at Kensington library

Concert Sept. 29 at Arlington Church

09/17/2006 : “Bridging the Chasm between Islam and the West” talk Sept. 29 at Unitarian Church

Restaurant inspections available online

Health Department advises consumers not to eat fresh, bagged spinach

Grants available for raising HIV/AIDS awareness

Osteoporosis talk Oct. 9 at Kensingont Library

"Orchid Sandwich" by Louis Flynn Sept. 22 to Oct. 21 at Contra Costa Civic

Sustainable Business Alliance meets Sept. 20

09/10/2006 : Schedule for farmers markets at Kaiser

09/03/2006 : Food co-op launched in Berkeley

Sistaz N Motion event Sept. 20

Bay Area Red Cross seeks volunteers for Louisiana Shelter Initiative

Coastal Clean Up Sept. 16

Information on Nov. 7 general election

Solano Stroll Sept. 10

September is National Library Card Sign-up Month

Bryan Baker and Friends perform Sept. 23 at Unitarian Church

08/27/2006 : County sponsors business opportunity workshop Sept. 19

Grant Opportunity for visual or traditional Artists

Contra Costa Mosquito and Vector Control /West Nile info

08/21/2006 : Bypass the bridge closure with CityCarShare

CityCarShare serves El Cerrito Plaza

08/20/2006 : Democratic Club forum for council, other seats Aug. 29

08/17/2006 : Tire recycling Aug. 19

08/16/2006 : Gardens sought for natives tour

Northern California Liver Foundation fundraiser Sept. 24

Kensington Library Knitting Club meets Sept. 12

08/06/2006 : Kensington book cub meets Aug. 28

Kensington Library kntting group to meet Aug. 7

Sistaz in Motion event Aug. 19

07/30/2006 : Talk on Aquatic Park restoration Aug. 7

07/22/2006 : Coping with hot weather

Library business calendar

Bug hunt Aug. 19

Relationships program July 29 in Kensington

07/09/2006 : Kensington book club to discuss "Sea Wolf" July 24

Upcoming Watershed Project workshops

07/03/2006 : Kensington Farmers Market grand opening July 9

06/25/2006 : July 4 events at Berkeley Marina

Habitat event July 15

Local hams celebrate Amateur Radio Week

06/19/2006 : Guide Dog program June 24 at Kensington Library

06/11/2006 : Bay Area Classical Harmonies June 30 in Kensington

Church offers summer music/drama camp

06/04/2006 : Restoration project June 17

05/28/2006 : El Cerrito artist joins June 2 improv performance

Kensington book club meets June 26

05/21/2006 : County Alcohol and Other Drugs Advisory Board needs admin volunteer

05/14/2006 : Bike to Work Day May 18

Knitting group meets June 5

05/06/2006 : "Women of Mystery" at Pinole library

Kensington book club meets May 22

04/30/2006 : Kensington library friends book sale May 13 and 14

Living With Wildlife in CoCo County May 9 in Walnut Creek

Jewish literature program May 13 at Kensington library

"Happy Children" author to speak May 15 at library

"Out of the Shadow" to be shown May 23 in the Albany

West Stege restoration event May 20

Chocolate and Chalk Art Festival May 27

Dry weather helps physical activity month

Kensington library book club meets May 22

04/17/2006 : Kensington knitting club meets May 1

"Classroom Safari" May 23 at Kensington library

Traffic workshop April 26

"Weekend Adventures" author at Kensington library May 8

04/06/2006 : Rummage sale to benefit Manzanita School April 8

04/02/2006 : Local TV programs focus on health and emergency preparation

Volunteers needed for April 15 restoration project

1906 earthquake subject of April 10 program at Kensington library

Jewish literature presentation April 8 at Kensington library

04/01/2006 : Reading exhibit at Richmond Health Center

03/25/2006 : Jewish literature program April 8 at Kensington library

03/19/2006 : "Sound and Fury" shows March 22 in Albany

03/18/2006 : Guide Dogs for the Blind at Kensington Library

03/11/2006 : Restoration project March 18

Puppet show at Kensington library April 11

Kensington book club meets March 27

03/10/2006 : BART schedules available for iPod

03/03/2006 : Nominations sought for work in connection with fight on drugs

02/24/2006 : Kensington Symphony performs Feb. 25

02/19/2006 : Toxic waste now banned from landfill

Kensington book club meeting Feb. 27

Food Consciousness & Awareness Fair March 18

Kensington library knitting club meets March 6

Free Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour May 7

Dr. Seuss' Birthday Party Feb. 25 at Kensington Library

Urban Permaculture Design Course – March, April, May

BEAN bi-annual event April 13

Environmental Speed Networking Event March 2

Magic show March 7 at Kensington library

Libraries closed Feb. 20

Buses to run on Sunday schedule Feb. 20

02/05/2006 : Wildflower restoration project Feb. 18

01/29/2006 : Jewish Literature program Feb. 11 at Kensington library

01/25/2006 : Albany waterfront meeting Jan. 26

01/14/2006 : Emergency preparedness grants available

Annual free tax preparation program for low to moderate-income residents begins

El Cerrito couple tell students of internment experience (Oakland Tribune)

01/06/2006 : State schools chief holds firm on high school exit exam

01/04/2006 : League of Women Voters meet Jan. 17

Marsh restortion Jan. 21

12/30/2005 : Richmond program promotes solar energy

12/20/2005 : Tilden Merry-Go-Round holiday event through Dec. 23

AC Transit on Sunday schedule Dec. 26, Jan. 2

Kensington library book club meets Jan. 23

12/11/2005 : Road closure near Kensington library changed to Dec. 13

Solano Avenue holiday activities

Berkeley vet holds toy drive

New bus line from San Francisco to Richmond

12/06/2005 : Road next to Kensington library closed Dec. 8, 9 and 10

12/04/2005 : Winter planting for wild things Dec. 17

Musical benefit for Himalayan earthquake survivors Dec. 16

Donate socks through Solano Sock Trees

Poetry workshop Dec. 14 at Albany library

Iraq subject of Dec. 9 program at Kensington church

11/26/2005 : Carter celebrates release of CDs " at Dec. 10 Sistaz N Motion Holiday Mixer

11/19/2005 : Kensington street fair Dec. 3

Creek volunteer workshop Dec. 10

11/13/2005 : Choir at Kensington Library Dec. 13

Holiday Tree Trim Dec. 15 at Kensington Library

Young People's Chamber Orchestra Dec. 17 at Kensington library

Mixers to play Ivy Room Nov. 26

11/09/2005 : State election results

11/06/2005 : Kensington book club meets Nov. 28

10/29/2005 : Local election results

Film on Muslim women to be shown Nov. 14 at Kensington library

10/24/2005 : Crisis facing public health systems topic of cable TV show

10/23/2005 : Solano Avenue Day of the Dead celebration Oct. 28

Sistaz N Motion workshop Oct. 29

"Murder in the Library" Oct. 30 at Kensington Library

Nov. 20 holiday pet photos benefit Berkeley East Bay Humane Society

Oct. 29 rummage sale benefits school

10/03/2005 : Library system offers small business series

HIV/AIDS awareness grants available

Music discussion Oct. 10 at Kensington library

09/20/2005 : Newly formed Kensington Library Book Club meets Oct. 24

Bat program Oct. 25 at Kensington library

Sistaz N Motion networking Oct. 8

Watershed Project Workshops

Celebration by the Bay with the Watershed Project Sept. 25

Patriot Act, Civil Liberties forum Sept. 29 in San Pablo

Library offering teen reading program through Nov. 5

09/19/2005 : Congresswoman Tauscher's e-newsletter

Contra Costa schools encouraged to participate in Shelter-in-Place drill

09/12/2005 : "Laughter is the Best Medicine" art exhibit opens with reception Sept. 21

09/04/2005 : Sistaz N Motion & Hope Baptist Church Holiday Mini Expo Nov. 12

08/24/2005 : School district mourns loss of driver Terence Martin

08/16/2005 : SATprogram Sept. 26 at Kensington library (registration required)

Artists' seconds sale Aug. 18-21

Solano Stroll Sept. 11

About the 2005 California Health Survey

West Nile information from county health services

07/27/2005 : Puppet show celebrates reading program conclusion at Kensington library

Family storytimes at Kensington library Aug. 2, 9, 16, 30

07/25/2005 : Free Spare the Air morning transit July 26

07/24/2005 : Caltrans work on San Pablo Avenue continues

07/18/2005 : Multicultural children's fair July 30

07/11/2005 : California Watercolor show July 10 to Aug. 6 in Berkeley

07/06/2005 : No BART strike (Chronicle)

07/05/2005 : BART strike survival guide from AC Transit

Author/songwriter to speak at July 9 Sistaz N Motion business mixer

07/04/2005 : Sustainable Business Alliance meets July 12

06/30/2005 : Path Wanderers' WWII ship building tour Aug. 3

06/28/2005 : Richmond to host July 3 fireworks

Program addresses teen driving

06/24/2005 : Albany's 4th of July celebration to include Dog Jog and Walk

06/22/2005 : Chamber launches Green Albany project

Fourth of July events at Berkeley Marina

Summer youth water polo academy at El Cerrito pool

Open studio for soapmaker, photographer July 2,3,9,10

Street Tech classes begin July 18

Sustainable Business Alliance meets July 1

History walk July 9 along Cerrito Creek, Albany Hill

Path Wanderers tour Botanic Garden July 6

06/12/2005 : League of Women Voters meets June 21

06/05/2005 : Sleep Awareness Fair June 11 in Pinole

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Preventing sleep disorders

Sistaz N Motion sponsoring Kids Activity Booth at Gospel on the Square June 11

05/28/2005 : Poetry events at Albany Library June 2, 8

Ariington Children's Choir spring concert June 3

AC Transit on weekend schedule Memorial Day

Women and computing program June 2 at Contra Costa College

Dance program June 17-19 in Berkeley

Caltrain romance event June 14

Upcoming Watershed Project workshops

Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher’s e-Newsletter May 2005

Contra Costa libraries closed May 29, 30

05/15/2005 : Chocolate and Chalk on Solano May 28

05/14/2005 : Senior Faire May 17 in Richmond

State librarian to speak May 23 in Richmond

05/09/2005 : "A Taste of Albany" June 5

05/07/2005 : Library offers new business website

Meeting May 24 on Kensington library renewal

AC Transit fare hearings May 18

Annual League of Women Voters meeting May 24

Discussion on diversity rescheduled for June 1

04/15/2005 : Student art on exhibit at Richmond Art Center

"Flute Player" May 7 in Kensington

Kensington library lists May story times

Mental Health Funding Forum April 21 at Castro School

04/11/2005 : Exhibition shows history of food in West County

04/06/2005 : Ohlone Greenway night walk April 18

03/31/2005 : San Pablo library holds teen poetry contest

"New Americans" Episode 1 to be shown April 12 in Albany

Slide lecture April 11 at Kensington Library on Asian art show

Pamphlet on California open government laws available online

Events for Native American jeweler

Workshop April 25 on emergency response plans

West County Earth Day April 23

Lariat Larry at Kensington Library May 17

03/13/2005 : Storyteller at Kensington Library April 12

Poetry workshop for teens April 6 at San Pablo Library

Kensington library offers family story time

San Pablo library hosts poetry contest

Free symphony day April 23 in Richmond

03/04/2005 : El Cerrito Police host car theft task force

03/03/2005 : e-newsletter from Congresswoman Tauscher

03/01/2005 : Six forums on county mental health services scheduled

Meeting March 21 on possible Kensington library facility improvements

02/25/2005 : Mira Vista native garden work party March 12

02/14/2005 : Look Good, Feel Better program for women cancer patients March 13

02/13/2005 : "Painting with Words" poetry reading Feb. 26

Ice hockey tournament Feb. 18 and 19 in Berkeley

Ecopoet in Berkeley Feb. 20

02/10/2005 : Magician performs March 15 at Kensington library

Kensington library celebrates Dr. Seuss birthday March 5

02/09/2005 : Manzanita School yard sale March 12

02/08/2005 : Humane Society hosts Valentine's Pooch Salon Feb. 13

02/06/2005 : Learn how to make graphic novels March 21

"Not in Our Town II" showing Feb. 15

Kensington library holds poetry program Feb. 14

Deadline Feb. 28 for program for highly motivated students

01/31/2005 : Poetry reading Feb. 14 at Kensington library

01/29/2005 : African music program Feb. 9 at San Pablo library

01/19/2005 : Memorial fund honors Emmy Damon

01/16/2005 : AC Transit to operate on Sunday schedule Jan. 17 for King day

San Pablo Avenue rehabilitation begins

Unique Derique African American history program Feb. 22 at Kensington Library

Service dog program Feb. 12 at Kensington library

Family story time Jan. 25 Kesnginton library

Town hall meeting Jan. 22 on casinos

01/03/2005 : Poetry events at Albany library

12/30/2004 : Program on opera cross over artists Jan. 10

12/21/2004 : AC Transit to run on Sunday schedules Dec. 25, Jan. 1 (corrected 12/24)

Marionettes perform "Peter and the Wolf" at the Kensington Library Jan. 18

Library holiday schedule

12/06/2004 : Meetings on San Pablo Avenue rehabilitation Dec. 15, 16

12/05/2004 : Holiday activities on Solano Avenue

Saving for college program Jan. 10 at the Kensington Library

11/27/2004 : Point Richmond model train holiday hours

San Pablo library hosts stage combat program Dec. 1

Nano High lectures open to teachers, high school students

Jewish Journey photo exhibit through Feb. 27

11/14/2004 : Watershed meeting Nov. 18

Upcoming events at the Kensington library

Results of Sen. Boxer's heath care survey

11/10/2004 : Gou Bu Li restaurant reopens

11/05/2004 : New courts unveiled Nov. 10 at Booker T. Anderson park

10/31/2004 : Transsexual men subject of Nov. 18 film

Volunteers sought for Amigos de las Americas

10/29/2004 : Flu clinics in El Cerrito, 10 other locations Nov. 10

JooWan Kim piece to be performed Nov. 9 in Albany

10/25/2004 : Second Arlington Church art program Nov. 21

10/24/2004 : Richmond Parkway Transit Center workshop Oct. 27

Albany Chamber of Commerce dance, costume party

10/10/2004 : League of Women Voters election forum Oct. 16

10/06/2004 : Arlington Church hosts Interplay-trained leader Oct. 24

With limited supplies, county targets most vulnerable for flu shots

10/03/2004 : "A Class Divided" showing Oct. 7

09/26/2004 : Dog poisoning at Pt. Isabel

09/10/2004 : West County Reads kicks off book drive

09/07/2004 : Coastal Cleanup activities Sept. 18 in Richmond

Auditions open for Winds Across the Bay

09/06/2004 : Geisha program at Kensington Library Sept 13

Tax structure forum Sept. 14

08/25/2004 : Saving for college, estate planning programs at Pinole library

"Mediavoid" Oct. 1,2 and 3

"Death of Yazdgerd" Aug. 27-Sept. 18 in Berkeley

08/09/2004 : Art exhibit featuring Fingado, Rusnak Aug. 28-Oct. 3

07/07/2004 : County Health Services offers summer safety tips

07/06/2004 : Harry and the Potters July 17 at El Sobrante Library

Health officials offer tips on water safety

06/24/2004 : New signs warn of fish danger

06/11/2004 : Library offers summer reading program

Sessions June 24 and July 8 on industrial safety

06/08/2004 : Measures B and D pass!

06/04/2004 : League of Women Voters meets June 15

05/31/2004 : Adams School calendar week of May 31

Electronic waste collection June 5

Reservations due June 1 for June 8 high school reform meeting

05/25/2004 : Chocolate and Chalk Art Festival May 29

05/23/2004 : Change in 74 bus route in El Sobrante

05/09/2004 : Fast for education begins May 10

05/07/2004 : League of Women Voters meets May 18

05/05/2004 : Maya's Music Therapy Fund festival May 23

05/01/2004 : Learn to work a room at May 20 session

EmbracingDiversityFilms showing "Bums' Paradise" May 13

Assemblywoman Hancock to host town hall meeting on budget May 8

04/30/2004 : High school sports leagues will remain intact

04/28/2004 : Sierra Club meets April 28

AC Transit, Chevron to build hydrogen energy station

04/26/2004 : Contra Costa College offers summer program for kids

May is Foster Care Month

04/02/2004 : Ex-El Cerrito mayor running for office in Montana

League of Women Voters meet April 22

03/28/2004 : Workshop on transportation measure April 15

03/27/2004 : Grants available for programs benefiting young children

Libraries closed Monday

03/23/2004 : World TB Day: Data shows rise in TB cases

03/17/2004 : Library 5K walk/run April 25

03/12/2004 : Congresswoman Tauscher's email newsletter

03/03/2004 : State election results (www.sacbee.com)

03/02/2004 : Contra Costa County election results

Hillside Players' "Tangled Tales Three" opens March 26

02/20/2004 : Bill would require tug boats for chemical tankers in SF Bay (Mercury News)

Budget cuts mean longer waits at DMV (LA Daily News)

02/18/2004 : Volunteers sought for AC transit commitee

02/17/2004 : County gets funds to provide education regarding premature births

Feb. 21 Quilting Bee will benefit women with cancer

02/09/2004 : League of Women Voters meets Feb. 17

Friends of Baxter Creek meets Feb. 12

01/31/2004 : "Smooch with your Pooch" Valentines event Feb. 14

01/15/2004 : Eastshore Park walk Feb. 7

Talk on invasive species Feb. 2

01/14/2004 : Tax help offered for low-income workers

01/12/2004 : Symphony performances Jan. 24, March 18, and April 15 in Richmond

01/02/2004 : Computer Fix-It Day Jan. 17 in San Pablo

12/30/2003 : Cole named chairperson of county’s Economic Opportunity Council

County honors humanitarians

12/28/2003 : Poetry events at Albany library

12/23/2003 : AAUW brunch Jan. 10

12/20/2003 : International Winter Festival Jan. 17 in San Pablo

Soprano Elizabeth Caballero performs Jan. 18 in Berkeley

Sign up now for May Relay for Life

Flu shots in Contra Costa County

Funding available for HIV education

Staying healthy this fall and winter

Law bans smoking within 20 feet of doorways of public buildings

Public invited to comment on chemical plant safety report

12/14/2003 : Christmas Fantasy at Tilden Merry-Go-Round Through Dec. 23

12/10/2003 : County library system offers tutoring help online

AC Transit changes take effect Dec. 21

12/06/2003 : Volunteers needed to help recover $8 million in tax credits

11/24/2003 : Comment period on two industrial facilities extended until Jan. 2

11/22/2003 : Congressman Miller questions Medicare bill support

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Another Bush policy that needs to change

11/18/2003 : County to fund farm stands

Congressman Miller responds to Republican energy bill

11/15/2003 : El Cerrito High music fundraiser Nov. 20 at Chevy's

First Bapist Church in Richmond offering Thanksgiving dinner, activities

11/14/2003 : Presentation Nov. 18 on industrial facility accident prevention

11/05/2003 : Grants promote healthy habits and food stamps

11/03/2003 : Tauscher, Miller call for tax change for disabled veterans

Pacific Chamber Symphony announces concert series

10/31/2003 : League of Women Voters meeting Nov. 18

10/28/2003 : October East Brother Light House newsletter

10/26/2003 : Franklin Canyon benefit Nov. 15

10/22/2003 : Services offered to laid off tech workers

10/21/2003 : Lucretia Edwards Park dedication Oct. 30

AC Transit introduces zero emission bus

AC Transit celebrates new, rapid San Pablo Avenue service

AC Transit considering service changes in late December

10/17/2003 : Oct. 19-25 Lead Poisoning Prevention Week

Mushrooms subject of Oct. 22 Sierra Club group meeting

eNewsletter from Congresswoman Tauscher

10/14/2003 : Walk, bike conference Oct. 15-17 in Oakland

10/12/2003 : "Spice of Life" Festival Oct. 19 in North Berkeley

10/07/2003 : Name change for local League of Women Voters group

County gets grant for homeless services

AAUW harvest supper Oct. 22

Oct. 7 state election results

10/01/2003 : Governor signs bill lowering interest rate on school district loan

09/30/2003 : September East Brother Light Station newsletter

Now showing: Health information about folic acid

09/25/2003 : Fest for young children Oct. 11

09/19/2003 : Diversity film showing Sept. 22 in Albany

09/15/2003 : Celebrate 5 a day Week Sept. 21-27

09/11/2003 : Library offers reading program for teens

Festival by the Bay Sept. 20 in Richmond

Grants available for family literacy programs

UC Extension offering organic winegrowing course Nov. 17 and 18

BART providing extra service for weekend sporting events

09/02/2003 : Advocates for seniors needed

08/30/2003 : Charter school run by El Cerrito family struggles to survive (Chronicle)

08/29/2003 : League of Women Voters study group meets Sept. 9

08/27/2003 : Solano Stroll Sept. 14

League of Women Voters meets Sept. 16

08/26/2003 : BART will operate on Sunday schedule on Labor Day

08/14/2003 : Support sought for Swim a Mile for Women with Cancer

08/13/2003 : AC Transit to stop taking BART Plus tickets

08/12/2003 : East Brother Light Station newsletter

Aug. 12 e-newsletter from Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher

Drama based on Iranian tale opens Aug. 16

08/08/2003 : AC Transit hearing Aug. 12 on Park and Ride

08/06/2003 : UC Berkeley extension offers variety of courses in fall

08/03/2003 : Women sue over Perata term (Oakland Tribune)

08/01/2003 : County expected to select new Safely Surrendered Baby sites

07/31/2003 : SF medical center will offer new Down syndrome screening for pregnant women

07/28/2003 : Upcoming Friends of Baxter Creek events

07/25/2003 : Poetry events at the Albany library in August

07/24/2003 : "Antiques Roadshow" comes to San Francisco Aug. 16

07/23/2003 : CC&C art auction Aug. 13-16

07/18/2003 : Safety tips for mature drivers

Dance concert Aug. 1-3

Health experts urge parents to watch children's dental hygiene during summer

Upcoming free and low-cost UC Berkeley Extension activities

07/15/2003 : West County Greens meet July 19

07/13/2003 : Congresswoman Tauscher e-newsletter on Select Committee on Iraq Intelligence Act

07/09/2003 : Presentation in Richmond July 10 on tobacco and African-Americans

07/03/2003 : BART will operate on Sunday schedule on July 4

07/02/2003 : Fourth of July safety tips for dogs from the AKC

06/29/2003 : FCMAT influences schools but undergoes little scrutiny (Oakland Tribune)

New program makes it easier for Bay Area families to buy homes

Researchers say traffic tickets save lives

BART airport extension draws 100,000 riders in first week

06/27/2003 : Historic map exhibit at SFO

Corporate involvement boosts community colleges

Flag exhibit opens June 27 in San Francisco

The sweetest thing to come out of the budget crisis: California Budget Crunch Bar

06/26/2003 : Report from Assemblywoman Hancock's hearing on school finances

Mothers warned about fatty acid formula

New website helps Californians compare hospitals

BART to provide longer trains for Pride Parade June 29

Bus service changes in West Contra Costa, Northern Alameda County begin June 29

Study indicates high-speed trains may be solution for California transportation

BART holding emergency drill June 29 at Orinda station

06/25/2003 : Oakland-based Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream to combine with Nestle's U.S. frozen dessert business

06/23/2003 : Regional medical center gets high rating in survey

06/19/2003 : Keep mosquitoes in check with free fish

Free rides on new BART airport extension June 21

06/18/2003 : Ford celebration June 29

Meeting June 21 on Macdonald Avenue revitalization

County streamlining patient appointment system to increase revenue

Kaiser nurses graduate from new program

06/15/2003 : East Bay Learning Disabilities Association brunch June 21

Special events at Lawrence Hall of Science June 21, 22

06/11/2003 : Track work will affect weekend BART service

06/07/2003 : AC Transit hearing June 11 on proposed service, fare changes

06/03/2003 : League of Women Voters meets June 17

05/29/2003 : "Being Gay" showing June 5 in Albany

Baxter Creek Watershed Tour May 31

Oakland Airport makes parking changes

05/24/2003 : Lawrence Hall of Science featuring three exhibits for summer

CC&C hosting art auction Aug. 13-16; art work submission forms due June 25

05/22/2003 : BART board adopts budget

05/20/2003 : BART service for Carnaval, Memorial Day

Ethnic Dance Festival June 7-22 in San Francisco

05/19/2003 : Talk on West Nile Virus June 2

05/17/2003 : Changes in Bay Area ride-share website

05/16/2003 : AC Transit news available by email

05/15/2003 : Baxter Creek Watershed Tour May 31

05/14/2003 : Meeting May 17 on environmental hazards in day care centers

Bike to Work Day May 15

05/12/2003 : BART to provide special service for May 18 Bay to Breakers

05/07/2003 : Economic Conditions from Bad to Worse in Bay Area, but Six-Month Expectations Drive Index Up Slightly

05/06/2003 : League of Women Voters to meet May 20

05/04/2003 : Meetings May 8, June 21 on reviltalizing Macdonald Avenue

Online dialogue May 19-23 on state Education Master Plan

BART service to SFO begins June 22

BART to Host Cinco de Mayo Festivities on Monday

College fair May 10

05/03/2003 : Baxter Creek clean up May 17

04/29/2003 : Friends of Baxter Creek garden workshop May 8

Vendor applications available for Berkeley's July 4 event

Solano Stroll applications available

Chocolate and Chalk Art Festival May 24 and 25

04/27/2003 : Waterfront Walk May 3

Single payer health care subject of May 15 meeting

04/22/2003 : Major Bay Area quake likely by 2032

West County Earth Day April 26

Concert May 11 benefits Albany schools music program

Firm selected for University Village project

04/18/2003 : Contra Costa makes gains in family health

04/17/2003 : Richmond-based group recommends chocolate, not real, bunnies for Easter

04/16/2003 : Bird guide available online

Assemblywoman Loni Hancock on health care for all Californians

04/14/2003 : Celebrities offer book recommendations for kids on Yahooligans

04/12/2003 : Alternative energy subject of meeting of April 23 Sierra Club group

Video offers information on West Nile Virus

04/10/2003 : Genentech Foundation awards grants to Bay Area groups

Tax returns will be collected at 12th Street BART station

BART budget presented

BART renovation nears completion

04/07/2003 : Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher's April 7 e-Newsletter

Health care subject of April 15 League of Women Voters meeting

Two college fairs in May

Friends of Baxter Creek activities

Program April 9 on Bay Area immigrant women; final week of "Women of the World'' art exhibit

04/06/2003 : Cal Day April 12

BART service for April 7 Giants game

04/03/2003 : Terminated contract won't affect health care for West County residents

04/02/2003 : Pacific Chamber Symphony announces program chance

Sierra Club group joins April 5 Oakland peace walk

Grants available for programs benefiting young children

Contra Costa County issues alert to communities to report symptoms

03/26/2003 : Review of domestic violence deaths points to prevention steps

03/22/2003 : Tuberculosis decline threatened by budget deficits

03/16/2003 : Health care subject of April 15 League fo Women Voters event

03/15/2003 : E- message from Congresswoman Tauscher

Persian fire jumping ritual March 18

Richmond League of Women Voters to co-sponsor Free Air Time Bill event April 3

03/14/2003 : "Tangled Tales" play April 5-13 in Berkeley

Alert for missing Richmond girl (West County Times)

03/13/2003 : No Friends of Baxter Creek Meeting tonight (March 13)

03/09/2003 : Amid uncertainty, school districts send layoff notices (Sacramento Bee)

02/27/2003 : ABC 7 Listens coming to El Cerrito March 12

March 9 Shoreline Bike Tour--Where the Creeks Meet the Bay

02/23/2003 : "Boys Will Be Men" film to be shown in Albany March 6

02/19/2003 : ALS Foundation looking for student volunteers

02/16/2003 : Dentists will donate service to kids Feb. 21

Black History celebration March 1

02/11/2003 : Teams needed for May Relay for Life

02/09/2003 : Birding bicycle trip March 9

02/04/2003 : El Cerrito, other cities to be honored for compliance with smoking law

01/30/2003 : Funds sought to provide shelter to homeless

01/29/2003 : Asthma group meets Feb. 6

Art exhibits celebrates inventors and history makers

01/24/2003 : Frog survey training Feb. 3

Aquatic Outreach Institute offering a variety of workshops

01/15/2003 : Youth violence prevention subject of Jan. 29 forum

01/10/2003 : Richmond model railroad group gets full-size baggage car

Norton Buffalo, Elvin Bishop perform at Albany benefit Feb. 1

Donations sought for homeless shelter construction

01/03/2003 : Jan. 9 meeting, other upcoming Friends of Baxter Creek events

"Happy child" subject of Jan. 27 book talk in Berkeley

12/30/2002 : The Mission Board of Arlington Community Church distributing "No Iraq War" signs

12/26/2002 : Donations needed to get homeless off the street

12/25/2002 : Pacific Chamber Symphony announces January concerts

12/19/2002 : Contra Costa homeless efforts receive funds

12/05/2002 : Shahrzad Dance Academy to present program Jan 24, 25

12/04/2002 : Volunteers needs for two East Bay Center for the Performing Arts events

12/01/2002 : BART tries fee parking (Chronicle)

11/28/2002 : Solano merchants collecting socks for holiday giving

11/26/2002 : Blankets being collected for the homeless

Solano Avenue holiday entertainment schedule

11/22/2002 : e-Newletter from Congresswoman Tauscher

North Berkeley to offer free music Saturdays through Dec. 21

11/14/2002 : Upcoming UC Berkeley international studies programs for teachers

11/13/2002 : Film spurs discussion "About Race"

11/11/2002 : Children march for peace Nov. 12

11/08/2002 : Patrol offers free towing

11/06/2002 : "Regret to Inform" to be shown in Berkeley Nov. 14

11/05/2002 : State election results

Contra Costa election results

11/03/2002 : "Walking each other home" to be shown Nov. 12

11/01/2002 : Peace march Nov. 10 in Kensington

Pianist Kevin Cole to perform with Pacific Chamber Symphony

10/31/2002 : Briefs from Celebrating Culture & Community

10/30/2002 : BART passengers try to adjust to change in train transfers

10/26/2002 : Richmond nurse to host radio program for parents

10/23/2002 : Mira Vista Neighborhood participating in Oct. 26 Make a Difference Day

10/22/2002 : Albany Beach cleanup Nov. 3

10/21/2002 : County announces Lead Poisoning Prevention Week

10/20/2002 : "Wingnuts" get loose in Kensington

Safe Halloween tips

10/19/2002 : College learning disability programs subject of Nov. 21 program

El Cerrito website answers the age-old question, "What do we do with all these AOL CDs?

10/18/2002 : Academic Performance Index results

10/17/2002 : Free breast exams, mammograms offered Oct. 21, 22 and 24

10/13/2002 : Barktoberfest Oct. 26 at Pt. Isabel

10/11/2002 : LETTER TO THE EDITOR: No Tauscher

A push for preschool for all (Mercury News)

10/10/2002 : Free on-line SAT test prep

10/09/2002 : Albany Beach picnic noon to 3 pm Oct. 14

10/08/2002 : Arlington Church hosts war powers discussion Oct. 13

10/07/2002 : Change could make home schooling more difficult (Stockton Record)

10/06/2002 : Making power lines, poles safe for birds (Mercury News)

Mass transit making strides in California (San Diego Union)

10/04/2002 : "About Race" to be shown Oct. 15 in Albany

Friends of Baxter Creek announce October activities

Education author Kozol to speak in Sacramento Oct. 30

Lawrence Berkeley Lab open house Oct. 5

10/01/2002 : Library offering reading program for teens

Seniors give East Bay health plan high marks

09/29/2002 : Albany library plans to events related to "Grapes of Wrath"

09/28/2002 : Meeting Oct. 2 on chemical plant's safety

Reduce second-hand smoke risk to children

09/27/2002 : Report from state Senator Don Perata: Gun legislation signed

09/25/2002 : Reading celebrations planned in October, November in Contra Costa

09/21/2002 : Bay trail gets another grant

09/20/2002 : Major cuts ahead for UC campuses (San Diego Union-Tribune)

Solar home tour Oct. 5

Berkeley looking for public art proposals

09/19/2002 : Bay Area gets new express buses

09/15/2002 : Absentee ballot applications available on-line

09/13/2002 : LETTER TO THE EDITOR: BART change cuts Richmond-SF service in half

09/07/2002 : Join coastal cleanup Sept. 21

Sylvia Boorstein discusses "Healing Our Hearts" Sept. 25

09/06/2002 : Report problems to Caltrans online

09/04/2002 : Funding available for family literacy projects

09/03/2002 : Pacific Chamber Symphony announces schedule for 14th season

08/31/2002 : Aquatic Outreach Institute convention begins Oct. 19

08/29/2002 : AC Transit fare changes take effect Sept. 1

08/28/2002 : STAR test results released

Update on efforts to acquire Baxter Creek land at Sept. 12 meeting

08/27/2002 : Hispanic Heritage month celebration Sept. 15

08/19/2002 : Walking tour of watershed Aug. 24

Program offers free needle disposal for insulin users

Community Housing and Land Trust subject of Sept. 17 meeting

08/18/2002 : Sierra Club meets Aug. 28

08/16/2002 : AC Transit making changes in downtown Berkeley bus stops

Schools face digital divide -- between teacher and student knowledge (San Jose Mercury)

08/14/2002 : Sierra CLub walk Aug. 17

New, on-line Point Richmond Gazette

Volunteers sought for ArtrainUSA visit

Legislators call for change in state school testing program (Orange County Register)

08/12/2002 : State testing rules make it difficult for diverse schools to win financial awards (Orange County Register)

08/11/2002 : State school test scores unreliable (Orange County Register)

08/10/2002 : Contest celebrates AC Transit and its neighborhoods

ELECTION: Challenger says Tauscher's remark was tacky

Aug. 20 event offers information for food sellers

08/08/2002 : Art contest honors Hispanic Heritage Month

Consultants to review chemical plant's safety procedures

08/01/2002 : Booths available for Sept. 8 Solano Stroll

AC Transit offers new passes for youth

07/28/2002 : E-newsletter from Rep. Ellen Tauscher

07/19/2002 : Point Isabel Dog Owners cleanup up July 20

07/08/2002 : Kaiser smallpox vaccine study begins

07/06/2002 : News from Point Isabel Dog Owners

07/03/2002 : Exhibit tells family histories

07/01/2002 : Annenberg Foundation releases report on school reform effort

July 14 event benefits Marine Mammal Center

4th of July at Berkeley Marina

Thrift store to benefit AIDS care opens July 3 in Berkeley

06/30/2002 : Resources for teen moms stretched thin (Oakland Tribune)

06/29/2002 : Bill to broaden open-records law advances; deadline passes for Nov. 5 state ballot measures (Sacramento Bee)

Kaiser to test '50s smallpox vaccine stock on volunteers (Oakland Tribune)

06/28/2002 : Fairmount Avenue project receives MTC funding

AC Transit adjusts fares, passes

Singre Angela Bofill to perform at July 13 fundraiser for Albany school music program

Don't let bad food spoil picnic

06/26/2002 : Help for children with dental problems

Health advocates outraged at state Senate action

06/25/2002 : BART fee increases, new parking charges likely (Chronicle)

06/23/2002 : Universal health care for kids gaining momentum (Mercury News)

Hearings June 27 on proposed AC Transit fare increase

06/20/2002 : E-mail newsletter from Congresswoman Tauscher

06/18/2002 : Legislation would allow gifted children of any age to take high school proficiency examination (Sacramento Bee)

06/17/2002 : Health officials warn against purchasing prescription drugs in non-licensed locations

06/14/2002 : Water safety program June 19

06/12/2002 : Safeway sees big decline in shares, will make cuts (Bloomberg.com)

Point Isabel cleanup June 15

06/08/2002 : Smart Growth forum June 13 in Richmond

06/06/2002 : Health experts recommend selecting colorful assortment of vegetables and fruits

Note from state Senator Don Perata outlining budget priorities

06/05/2002 : Disney releases safety information (Orange County Register)

06/04/2002 : WestCAT fare increases take effect July 1

06/03/2002 : Workshop June 6 on Iron Triangle traffic

06/02/2002 : How the drive for profit is hurting news coverage (Chronicle)

06/01/2002 : Breast cancer survivors to gather June 9 in Walnut Creek

05/27/2002 : LETTER TO THE EDITOR: West County shoreline tragedy in the making

05/20/2002 : "Top of the Map" artists open studios June 1, 2, 8 and 9

05/19/2002 : Relay for Life raises $35,000

05/18/2002 : MTC regional bike plan available

05/17/2002 : AAUW to hold installation of officers June 1

Community clinics band together to improve health care

Kaiser rewarded clerks for giving less service (LA Times)

05/14/2002 : Richmond residents posting news online

05/11/2002 : Panel May 16 on how tobacco industry targets ethnic groups

05/09/2002 : Minority gap in state college system (Sacramento Bee)

05/08/2002 : West County resident selected to direct Congressman Miller's local offices

05/07/2002 : AC Transit offering process to speed wheelchair loading

05/05/2002 : LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Be part of the smart growth solution

Coupon encourages food stamp recipients to visit farmers' markets

05/04/2002 : Travelers find shorter airport lines (San Jose Mercury)

05/03/2002 : Update from state Senator Don Perata

Smart growth topic of League of Women Voters

05/01/2002 : School take-over threat fizzles (Sacramento Bee)

04/26/2002 : Dog aggression seminar May 5

Conference on homeless May 3

Kaiser offers class for teens

Canine good citizen test May 5

04/25/2002 : Applicants sought for AC Transit board

04/18/2002 : Bluegrass performance will benefit Albany music program

04/16/2002 : MTC offers summer internships for high school students

Bay Crossings meetings April 30 and May 1

Bike to Work Day May 16

Point Isabel cleanup April 20

04/15/2002 : West County Earth Day April 20

Workshop April 23 on therapies to help manage side effects of cancer

Help need to install irrigation system April 19 for native plant demonstration garden

Woman who works at Portola to be honored by Soroptimist

May 16 meeting in Pinole aimed at preventing children from becoming overweight

04/14/2002 : Traffic lighter on Bay Area freeways (Oakland Tribune)

04/12/2002 : New UC master's program will be offered entirely on-line (Oakland Tribune)

Big campuses harmful to student morale (LA Times)

Friends of Baxter Creek work party April 27

04/11/2002 : Bay Area students join protest against gay bias (Chronicle)

04/10/2002 : 2001 saw big drop in newsroom employees (Mercury News)

Wilma Chan makes move toward running for Perata's state senate seat (Oakland Tribune)

Legislation would strengthen school physical education requirements (Stockton Record)

04/09/2002 : State senate votes to remove ban on students carrying cell phones (LA Times)

Statewide petition seeks end to SAT 9 testing

Sister city event Saturday, May 18

04/08/2002 : County official offers tips on cancer prevention

04/07/2002 : Concerns raised over Advanced Placement classes (LA Times)

Friends of Baxter Creek cleanup April 13

Caring for Creekside property topic of April 11 Friends of Baxter Creek meeting

Tall tales program April 9 at Kennedy High

04/05/2002 : Chocolate and Chalk Art Festival May 25-27

04/01/2002 : College fair April 27 at St. Mary's

03/25/2002 : Group wants change in tobacco advertising law

03/24/2002 : Richmond Bay Trail information

03/18/2002 : Corbin to speak at League of Women Voters April 16

Urban runoff focus of April 1 talk

03/16/2002 : Couple funds Cal professorships (Pasadena Star-News)

Foundation grant aims to boost confidence in urban schools (LA Times)

03/12/2002 : "Issues of Environment in the Context of Reconciliation: Rwanda, East Timor, and Cambodia" March 18 at UC Berkeley

Free People's Test Preparation workshop March 17

03/11/2002 : Albertsons to begin Bay Area online grocery service March 20

Meetings on West County traffic safety March 16, March 28

03/09/2002 : Football and cheerleading program taking signups

Recreational soccer program for teens forming

Indian dance and music subject of March 29, 30 TV program

Program March 26 for cancer patients, families

Sister cities event planning meetings scheduled

03/06/2002 : Coalition launches effort to fight child obesity

More election coverage (Rough & Tumble)

03/05/2002 : School, community college bonds win; more Contra Costa County election results

Alameda County election results

State election results

03/04/2002 : Richmond to present key to city to NYC firefighters

Upcoming PIDO events

Teachers testify on limitations of state testing

Some school districts using two-story portables (Riverside Press)

03/03/2002 : Volunteers Read Across West County

03/02/2002 : Ed. Fund distinguished citizen nominations sought through March 15

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: PIDO says yes on K

Bill would give teachers more say in instructional issues (Sacramento Bee)

02/27/2002 : Book award program March 21 to feature Tsukiyama

02/26/2002 : Canine good citizen test March 3

02/24/2002 : BraBall event March 8 in celebration of International Women's Day

02/23/2002 : Bills would address recycling of electronics (Sacramento Bee)

Sierra Club shore bird event Feb. 24

02/21/2002 : Point Isabel cleanup Feb. 23

Chinese New Year celebrtion Feb. 22 at Lake Merritt BART

02/20/2002 : Teams sought for May 18-19 Relay for Life

02/15/2002 : Benefit tonight (Feb. 15) at Cafe Eclectica

West County Earth Day April 20

02/12/2002 : BART will run on Saturday schedule Feb. 18

02/11/2002 : Friends of Baxter Creek work parties

Friends of Baxter Creek meets Feb. 21

02/10/2002 : Assembly candidates debate (Berkeley Daily Planet)

02/09/2002 : Feb. 12 Board of Supervisors agenda

League of Women Voters election information

County revamps website

02/08/2002 : Celebrating Culture and Community to hold "India Evening" Feb. 23

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Website offers information on proposed federal budget

Grocery chains trying out on-line orders in some markets (LA Times)

News from state Senator Don Perata: Revise three strikes

02/07/2002 : Bay Area Council study finds modest gains in Bay Area high schools' performance

State Board of Education adopts on-line curriculum on Cesar Chavez

02/05/2002 : Kaiser donates health videos to libraries

State senator Don Perata offering Cal Grant workshop Feb. 16

02/04/2002 : Animal service facilities among items on Feb. 5 county supervisors' agenda

02/03/2002 : Private schools keep test scores private (LA Times)

Parents complain of plan to cut child care subsidies (Mercury News)

02/02/2002 : Afterschool programs benefit students, study shows

Schedule of Richmond festivals for 2002

02/01/2002 : Creek advocates to meet with assembly candidate Loni Hancock Feb. 23

01/31/2002 : Report from Richmond on Jan. 31 sulfur dioxide release

01/30/2002 : Budget update from state Senator Don Perata

01/25/2002 : Transit planning website adds additional agencies

KQED celebrates Black History Month

01/20/2002 : Jelly-bean portrait of Dr. King on exhibit in San Francisco

01/19/2002 : Bill would allow students to carry cell phones (San Gabriel Tribune)

01/17/2002 : Technology improving quake response (LA Daily News)

01/16/2002 : 2001 API Base results released

Pt. Isabel cleanup Jan. 19

01/14/2002 : BART will offer "Freedom Trains" Jan. 21

San Francisco parking tickets can be paid on-line

Car share program expanding in East Bay

01/13/2002 : Crackdown on Northern California environmental crime (Orange County Register)

01/11/2002 : Greenspan talks about importance of technology at Bay Area Outlook Conference

01/10/2002 : Richmond NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet Feb. 9

01/08/2002 : BART to hold King celebration Jan. 14

State Senator Don Perata looking for volunteers to spread the word about Cal Grant program

01/06/2002 : Pedestrians gaining rights (LA Times)

01/04/2002 : BART completes installation of "bill to bill" changers at all stations

Court upholds California law restricting e-mail spam (Chronicle)

01/03/2002 : Federal goals on teacher qualifications called unrealistic (Sacramento Bee)

Contra Costa cracking down on smoking ban violators (Chronicle)

01/02/2002 : Arbitration hearings show rare look at Kaiser Permanente (LA Times)

12/30/2001 : School administrators becoming harder to find (San Jose Mercury)

12/24/2001 : Relay for Life newsletter

Bay Area libraries offer live, on-line service

12/23/2001 : Child car seat law expands Jan. 1 (Chronicle)

12/22/2001 : El Cerrito helps lead two-day West County crackdown on auto theft

12/20/2001 : Elementary and Secondary Education Act summary

Elementary and Secondary Education Act budget charts

BART "Tiny Ticket" program will allow patrons to donate low-value tickets to charity

BART board chooses new leadership

12/19/2001 : Survey shows statewide support for arts (Sacramento Bee)

Miller introduces childcare bill

12/09/2001 : State officials trying to avoid questioning in suit over school conditions (Chronicle)

12/07/2001 : Gioia uncontested for a second four-year term on the Board of Supervisors

12/06/2001 : Ken Duffy holiday card display at Albany library

12/04/2001 : House OKs funds for BART to SFO, Golden Gate Bridge retrofit (Chronicle)

11/30/2001 : Internet users watch less TV (Los Angeles Daily News)

Test of universal transit pass to begin in January (Chronicle)

11/29/2001 : Celebrating Culture and Community International Winter Festival Dec. 8

Holiday parade in Oakland Dec. 1

New home loan program for teachers announced

Entertainment offered on Solano Avenue during December

Oakland Airport launches new website

California law enforcement officers raises funds for Sept. 11 attack victims

11/26/2001 : Richmond trivia in Monsters Inc.

Storyteller at Dec. 3 Friends of Five Creek meeting

11/24/2001 : Fatal shooting by Richmond police in Annex Nov. 23 (West County Times)

11/20/2001 : BART, KYLD sponsor toy drive

Report from Congressman Miller's office reports drop in school spending by states

11/18/2001 : Parking will be in short supply at Oakland Airport during Thanksgiving holiday

Travel tips from the Oakland Airport

11/16/2001 : Miller asks Bush administration to play greater role in school security, more news from the congressman's office

11/14/2001 : Winter Festival Dec. 8 in San Pablo

11/12/2001 : Clifford will help kickoff reading campaign Nov. 17

Kaiser reports drop in heart disease deaths

11/11/2001 : Point Isabel cleanup Nov. 17

11/08/2001 : Statement from Congressman Miller on NAFTA and lost jobs

BART gives schedule for Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving and day after Thanksgiving

11/07/2001 : Community-wide effort to promote reading under way

Congressman Miller hails ruling on contract labor agreements

11/06/2001 : Rosie the Riveter park gets funding boost

11/03/2001 : Friends of Baxter Creek work parties Nov. 10

State air board OKs Bay Area plan (Sacramento Bee)

11/02/2001 : BART ridership increase in wake of bridge threat announcement

Special BART parking for Nov. 5 football

11/01/2001 : Dog good citizenship test Nov. 4 at Point Isabel

10/31/2001 : Children learning English taking new test (Orange County Register)

Report calls for racial justice in schools

10/30/2001 : Consultant Darrell Reese's role in Richmond campaign (Chronicle)

10/29/2001 : Free home composting workshop Nov. 17

10/27/2001 : Appellate ruling threatens adoptions by same-sex partners (Chronicle)

Light state ballot in March (Sacramento Bee)

10/26/2001 : Signs smart aleck but effective (Mercury News)

BART testing pay parking in Oakland (Chronicle)

Counties, cities seek to block state budget raid (Los Angeles Times)

10/25/2001 : Profile of Darrell Reese (East Bay Express)

10/24/2001 : Volunteers needed for Nov. 4 Canine Good Citizen Evaluation

Initiative to loosen term limits qualifies for March ballot(Sacramento Bee)

10/22/2001 : UC Extension offers e-commerce series

10/18/2001 : Point Isabel cleanup Oct. 20

October BART Times (.pdf)

10/17/2001 : eBooks available through county library website

Congressman Miller sends letter to president of Colombia about killing of labor activists

Congressman George Miller's comments on U.S. Capitol closure

10/16/2001 : Participants needed for on-line study of stress impact of Sept. 11 attacks

Online journalism conference Oct. 26 and 27 in Berkeley

10/15/2001 : Update from state Senator Don Perata: Year in review

BART plans to continue service despite possible strike Oct. 16

Academic Performance Index growth reports released

10/14/2001 : Board of Supervisors agenda Oct. 16

10/11/2001 : Governor signs bill to stop "annoying telemarketers" (Sacramento Bee)

10/10/2001 : BART riders favor cell phone access in tunnels (Chronicle)

BART to offer longer trains for weekend

Interfaith Response program on "A Muslim Perspective" Oct. 14

10/08/2001 : BART increases security measures effective Oct. 9

10/06/2001 : State budget woes could hit local government, education (Orange County Register)

10/05/2001 : BART expected to vote on redistricting Oct. 11

Online Journalism Review report on independent online publications (including the Wire)

10/04/2001 : Friends of Baxter Creek Mira Vista work party Oct. 13

10/03/2001 : AAUW meets Oct. 24

PIDO to continue discussion of North Point Isabel on Oct. 11

10/02/2001 : Boaters reminded that some areas are restricted

10/01/2001 : New flights, return of short-term parking at Oakland International

Report from state Senator Don Perata on recent events

Aquatic Outreach Institute lists upcoming events

09/28/2001 : Logic of teens subject of Oct. 2 talk in Oakland

09/25/2001 : ABAG offering smart growth workshops

Beware virus disguised as peace message (LA Times)

09/24/2001 : ArtCar Fest 2001 Sept. 27-30

Transit villages becoming a reality (Chronicle)

State's future teachers will face new standards (Bakersfield Californian)

State offering HMO report card on-line

09/21/2001 : Series at UC Berkeley on urban development

09/19/2001 : Recreation groups organize to protect recreational activity sites in the new Eastshore State Park

Volunteers wanted to test card good for multiple transportation systems

09/18/2001 : Canine Good Citizen tests at Pt. Isabel Sept. 23

Waterkeepers director to speak at Oct. 1 Friends of Five Creeks meeting

09/16/2001 : Helping children deal with disaster

09/15/2001 : Latino Heritage Month celebration rescheduled to Sept. 23

09/14/2001 : Input sought on AC Transit long-range plans for San Pablo Avenue service at Sept. 19, 20 and 25 meetings

State firefighters association establishes fund for families of New York City firefighters

Safeway sets up disaster relief fund

09/12/2001 : BART airport connector hearing goes ahead tonight (Sept. 12) as scheduled

09/11/2001 : UC Extension classes in San Francisco, some other courses the evening of Sept. 11 canceled

UC professor, students set up website to allow people to check on safety of loved ones in New York City, Washington DC

League of California Cities conference postponed

BART plans to return to weekday service Wednesday but delays expected

09/10/2001 : With term limits, rookie assembly members get off to a quick start (LA Times)

BART celebrates 29th birthday Sept. 11

09/09/2001 : Banned Book Week Sept. 22-29

Hearings Sept. 10-12 on regional bicycle plan

College class rates high school history texts (Sacramento Bee)

How high school history texts rated when reviewed by college class(Sacramento Bee)

Point Isabel cleanup Sept. 15

Lecture Sept. 30 on creek history

09/08/2001 : Teachers say Cal State system didn't adequately prepare them (Orange County Register)

Low performing schools may get more funds (LA Times)

09/07/2001 : Draft environmental report on BART-airport connector available; hearing Sept. 12

09/06/2001 : ELECTION: Friends of Baxter Creek to host candidates' night for El Cerrito, Richmond council candidates Oct. 11 (revised Oct. 4)

Baxter Creek cleanup Sept. 15

Sept. 13 Friends of Baxter Creek meeting cancelled

09/03/2001 : Public hearings to be held in September on state transportation plan

09/01/2001 : Information on transit alternatives in event of BART strike

08/31/2001 : Alameda Oakland Ferry will expand service in event of BART strike

Richmond Ferry will operate if BART workers strike

08/29/2001 : Proposed Assembly redistricting plan available on-line

Free composting workshops Sept. 22 and Oct. 27

Berkeley housing conference Sept. 14

08/28/2001 : BART will operate on Sunday schedule on Labor Day

Recorder players meet Sept. 7

08/24/2001 : Governor comments on bill to limit telephone solicitation (LA Times)

Kaiser makes donations to AIDS/HIV groups

08/21/2001 : Slowdown in economy blamed for BART ridership drop

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Support Act to Leave No Child Behind

08/20/2001 : San Quentin could make way for housing (San Jose Mercury)

08/16/2001 : Solano Stroll coming Sept. 9

08/15/2001 : STAR test results released (link to main state page)

STAR testing results from spring 2001 released (link to WCCUSD results)

08/14/2001 : Governor signs major special education funding bill (Sacramento Bee)

08/13/2001 : Friends of Baxter Creek planning tour for Aug. 18

08/11/2001 : BART increasing bike parking

Transit and livable communities subject of Sept. 13-16 "Rail-Volution" conference in San Francisco

08/10/2001 : Professor, students say you can share a few yuks with your animal companions

08/09/2001 : Heavy traffic expected Saturday near Coliseum; patrons urged to use public transit

08/08/2001 : Gioia to speak at Aug. 9 Friends of Baxter Creek meeting

08/07/2001 : AC Transit announces service changes

Sierra Club meets Aug. 11

08/06/2001 : Mervyn's giveaway provides economically disadvantaged kids with clothes, supplies

08/05/2001 : Caltrans road work alert website under construction (Sacramento Bee)

08/03/2001 : Draft environmental report on BART connector to Oakland airport available

Budget update from state Senator Don Perata

08/02/2001 : BART will offer special service to Aug. 4 Raiders game

08/01/2001 : Rep. Miller comments on President Bush's speech on education

07/31/2001 : Low-emission cars qualify drivers for perks (LA Times)

Cities, community colleges losers in state budget (Sacramento Bee)

07/30/2001 : BART holding meetings Aug. 7, 8 and 9 on redistricting

Miller co-sponsors bill to improve nursing home care

LA Times latest hit as newspapers nationwide suffer financial loses (Chronicle)

Teachers turning down testing score bonuses (Chronicle)

07/29/2001 : Colleges experimenting with e-books (Sacramento Bee)

07/27/2001 : Local students among those honored by Asian American Journalists Association

07/26/2001 : Forum July 31 on sustainable Bay Area

Dragon Tales characters at Fairyland Aug. 4 and 5

07/23/2001 : Restoration of field near Mira Vista school planned for July 28

07/22/2001 : New forecasting system predicts milder fire season (Orange County Register)

07/21/2001 : Amazon.com continues to post losses (LA Times)

07/20/2001 : State updates K-12 recommended reading list

Senior fraud prevention information available on-line

07/19/2001 : Bay Area smog reduction plan approved (Chronicle)

Poll shows children's emotional well-being a major concern of parents

07/17/2001 : Kaiser offers information to help consumers assess on-line health advice

07/16/2001 : New on-line transit planner links a variety of services

07/15/2001 : Schedule of Cafe Eclectica (a cafe by youth for youth)

07/13/2001 : Amtrak, BART connection in Richmond improved

Richmond offering summer downtown concert series

07/12/2001 : Senate committee OKs funds for BART extension to SF Airport

07/10/2001 : Miller plans to introduce legislation to boost corporate fuel efficiency

Help map Baxter Creek July 14

Miller calls for end of use of federal funds for "boot camps" for children

07/09/2001 : New website focuses on California's art and culture

Webvan shuts down

Conservationists making progress in preserving Bay Area open space (Chronicle)

State, cities move against predatory loans that target senior citizens, minorities (Sacramento Bee)

07/07/2001 : PacBell raising pay phone rates to 50 cents (Sacramento Bee)

NEA agrees to partnership with other teachers union -- the AFT (LA Times)

07/06/2001 : Kaiser donates funds to Rosie the Riveter park in Richmond

07/03/2001 : DMV introduces more secure drivers licenses

Upcoming Celebrating Culture and Community events

CHP offers Fourth of July safety tips

07/02/2001 : AC Transit introduces new 31-day pass

OPINION: Times changing but not for the better (Revised July 3 to add links to related articles)

07/01/2001 : Protecting your pets on the Fourth of July

06/29/2001 : Report from a place where trees are valued more than views

06/28/2001 : New water legislation, other news from Rep. Miller

AC Transit, Berkeley testing posting of schedule information at stops

BART will run on Sunday schedule on July 4

06/27/2001 : BART talks continue as end of contract nears (Chronicle)

06/26/2001 : Applications available for Solano Stroll

06/21/2001 : BART offering special trains for Pride parade

PG&E offering rebates for purchase of energy efficient applicances

Website offers dog travel information

06/20/2001 : Richmond portions of Bay Trail, Eastshore State Park subject of June 27 Sierra Club meeting

Protest blackout June 21

06/18/2001 : Pride parade and festival June 23 and 24

06/17/2001 : State offices still not accessible to all (Sacramento Bee)

06/16/2001 : Berkeley plans July 4 celebration

New energy links (see lower left corner of linked page)

Miller town meeting June 23 in Kensington, Hercules, Vallejo

06/14/2001 : Bay Area producer of materials for hard of hearing children given grant for Internet project

Pt. Isabel clean up Saturday, June 16

06/12/2001 : Solar control window film can cut power use

Historically Black College Fair set for Sept. 23

Californians feel disconnected but think sharing stories will help, survey finds

06/06/2001 : Oakland Airport makes parking changes

06/05/2001 : Friends of Baxter Creek work party June 16

06/03/2001 : El Cerrito Relay for Life raises close to $20,000 for American Cancer Society

05/30/2001 : Legislation would fund backpack study (Sacramento Bee)

05/29/2001 : The battle for transportation dollars (Chronicle)

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory launches energy-use web site

05/25/2001 : BART releases draft of 2002 10-year plan

BART offering special service for Memorial Day weekend

05/23/2001 : Communities urged to create reading zones on May 31

From Congressman Miller's office: news on education and other children's issues

05/22/2001 : Energy update from state Senator Don Perata (May 22)

05/18/2001 : Ferry service added for Bay to Breakers May 20

Muni offering special service for Bay to Breakers May 20

BART adding more bike parking at 26 station including two in El Cerrito

05/17/2001 : Junior Achievement offers on-line business simulation game for students

Point Isabel cleanup Saturday

05/16/2001 : Perata bill would overturn school hat bans because of skin cancer danger(Sacramento Bee)

05/14/2001 : Energy update from state Senator Don Perata -- school rebate funding (May 14)

Participate in on-line regional transportation study (Deadline May 18)

05/13/2001 : May 14-18 is Bike to Work Week

05/10/2001 : BART to offer special service for May 20 Bay to Breakers

BART will hold budget hearing June 14

05/09/2001 : Bay to Breakers coming May 20

News from Congressman Miller's office: Education bill advances

05/08/2001 : Richmond company announces breakthrough in cancer research

05/07/2001 : Energy update from state Senator Don Perata (May 7)

Customers asked to reduce energy consumption all this week

05/04/2001 : Thai music program to air May 18 and 19

League of Women Voters' annual picnic June 19

Update from state Senator Don Perata: Consumer protection legislation

05/03/2001 : PIDO news: Dog needs home

Update from state senator Don Perata on environmental legislation (May 3)

05/01/2001 : Friends of Five Creeks cleanup May 12

Meningitis suspected in death of 9-year-old Berkeley student

04/30/2001 : Housing choices panel May 22 will include Aroner, Gioia

Congressman Miller seeking wage increase for child care workers

Assemblywoman Aroner seeking ideas on energy at May 3 meeting

04/29/2001 : State web site a hit (San Diego Union)

04/25/2001 : Energy Update from state Senator Don Perata (April 25)

04/24/2001 : Youth Arts Festival April 29 in Berkeley

04/20/2001 : Update from state Senator Don Perata: health care bills progress

Bay Area Economic Forum says power crisis could have dramatic effect on Bay Area economy

04/19/2001 : Energy update from state Senator Don Perata (April 19)

State looks at way to attract teachers to low-performing schools (San Diego Union)

DMV glitch causes half-million license rejection notices (Orange County Register)

Host families needed to participate in foreign exchange program

04/18/2001 : News from Congressman Miller's office: Contra Costa among counties to benefit from funds for coastal improvements

Lawmakers vow to improve foster care (LA Times)

Universal health care subject of May 15 League of Women Voters meeting

04/15/2001 : Earth Day creek walk April 21

04/11/2001 : Tech job fair April 21 in Alameda

Lane closure near Oakland Airport

News from Point Isabel Dog Owners

Energy update from state Senator Don Perata (April 11) -- incentives bill signed

04/09/2001 : Berkeley Potters' Guild Spring Show coming in May

Refugee Awareness Month event May 6

04/07/2001 : Energy update from state Senator Don Perata (April 7)

04/06/2001 : Libraries closed Monday April 9

PUC considers cell-phone return policy (Chronicle)

Energy update from state Senator Don Perata (April 6)

04/05/2001 : Possible parking crunch at Oakland Airport at Easter time

04/04/2001 : Conference April 28 on multicultural communities

Environmentalists file suit over dumping of ballast water into bay (San Jose Mercury News)

State needs to prepare for surge in senior population (Sacramento Bee)

04/03/2001 : SF among the most wired cities

03/31/2001 : April 3 county Board of Supervisors agenda

PIDO collecting signatures to keep off-leash areas

03/30/2001 : B of A offers loans targeted at educators

03/29/2001 : BART won't run between Daly City and Colma this weekend

03/28/2001 : Stanford looking for stroke patients to test new treatment

Meeting March 29 in SF on transbay transportation

03/27/2001 : Poll shows Californians know little about farmworkers

German shepherd cross pup looking for home

Governor's office warns of energy-related investment scams

03/26/2001 : Energy update from state Senator Don Perata (March 26)

03/24/2001 : PG&E launches consumer information effort on conservation, outages

PG&E offering rebates for energy-saving efforts

03/23/2001 : Library supporters' help sought

Bay cleanup March 24 in Oakland

News from Congressman Miller: education, environmental issues; historic ship

Energy update from state Senator Don Perata (March 22)

03/21/2001 : Mercury News publisher quits over cuts by Knight Ridder (Owner of West County Times, EC Journal) -- Chronicle report

UC Berkeley students to host egg hunts and learning activities April 14

03/19/2001 : Power update from state Senator Don Perata, March 19

03/18/2001 : PIDO asks support for off-leash dog areas in state parks

03/16/2001 : Dog needs home

03/15/2001 : Help restore Cerrito Creek March 17

League of Women Voters annual luncheon April 17

03/13/2001 : Energy update from state Senator Don Perata (March 13)

Two men first to face felony spamming charges in California (San Diego Union)

SF Gate's Best of the Web 2001

Levi Strauss recalls products for young children

03/12/2001 : Point Isabel cleanup March 17

03/11/2001 : Saving the Bay (Chronicle)

The trajedy of homeless children (Long Beach Press-Telegram)

Symphony in Richmond March 18

Duffy's BraBall sculpture on display March 22

03/07/2001 : Chronicle website reports growth

Note from Trooper Johnson: Noisy kids needed!

March 13 panel will discuss using civil disobedience techniques to combat homophobia

Homeowners urged to review earthquake insurance

Energy update from state Senator Don Perata (March 7)

03/06/2001 : Ed Fund offering free gardening workshop for students, teachers, parents and neighbors March 14

Election results on Hercules advisory measure on pursuing secession from the West Contra Costa Unified School District

03/04/2001 : Chahar Shanbeh Soury Ritual Gathering March 13

03/02/2001 : Pacific Bell offers advice on preparing for an earthquake

Richmond Greenway design meeeting March 10

Friends of Baxter Creek work party March 10

Friends of Baxter Creek meets March 8

03/01/2001 : Smart Growth program March 12

02/28/2001 : Energy update from state Senator Don Perata (Feb. 28)

02/27/2001 : Lucas Educational Foundation joins call for social and emotional learning in schools

02/26/2001 : Police target traffic problems around schools (SF Chronicle)

02/24/2001 : Regional Transportation Plan workshop Feb. 27

Learn how to find frogs at March 5 and March 7 events

02/23/2001 : Rep. Miller comments on Bush's education plan

Sierra Club Outing - Richmond Bird Blitz March 4

02/21/2001 : Celebrate the Persian New Year March 18

02/17/2001 : Power update from state Senator Don Perata (Feb. 17)

02/15/2001 : Suggestions from Pacific Bell on avoiding extra charges when using calling cards

Road work near Oakland Airport Feb. 21 to March 2

BART will run on a Saturday schedule on President's Day Feb. 19

02/14/2001 : Update from state Senator Don Perata on energy situation (Feb. 14)

02/13/2001 : UC Extension program says second half of a woman's life may be the best

Report from Congressman Miller's office: Democrats urge Bush to release school repair funds

Report from Congressman Miller's office on contractor rules

02/12/2001 : Watershed workshop Feb. 24

02/11/2001 : Volunteers sought for AC Transit committees

02/09/2001 : Feb. 9 power update from state Senator Don Perata

02/08/2001 : PIDO clean up Feb. 10

CHP urges people to buckle up children

PG&E offers outreach to low-income customers

02/07/2001 : Feb. 7 energy update from state Senator Don Perata

Nominations sought for Chevron Conservation Awards

02/06/2001 : Congressman Miller to hold two meetings in Concord Saturday, Feb. 10

02/05/2001 : Chronicle readers offer suggestions for improving BART (SF Chronicle)

02/03/2001 : Political consultant Reese sentenced (West County Times)

02/02/2001 : Power watch days declared through Monday

01/31/2001 : Jan. 31 report from George Miller's office on new education proposal

Jan. 31 energy update from state senator Don Perata

01/30/2001 : Future of BART expansions (SF Chronicle)

01/29/2001 : Bay Area commuters battle parking crunch (LA Times)

Tuesday, Jan. 30, a power watch day

01/28/2001 : BART straining under heavy ridership (SF Chronicle)

01/26/2001 : Jan. 25 energy update from state Senator Don Perata

"Do Robots Have Souls?" subject of Feb. 9 program at Orinda university

01/25/2001 : Bus service to SFO expanded

Some DMV rebate checks in the mail

Dog needs home

01/24/2001 : Californians recycling more

KQED celebrates Black History Month

Update from state Senator Don Perata on energy shortage

01/23/2001 : Another Power Watch day Jan. 24

Job shadow program begins Feb. 2

Statement from Congressman Miller on Bush education proposal

01/22/2001 : PG&E offers power outage safety tips

PG&E warns of shortage, need for power conservation

Tuesday, Jan. 23 a power watch day

01/20/2001 : PIDO cleanup Jan. 20

01/19/2001 : Continued energy conservation urged

Discount to Chabot science center available to public transit users

01/17/2001 : Message from state Senator Don Perata on energy crisis

Rotating power outages ordered

01/13/2001 : CHP cautions drivers to be careful during rotating outages

01/12/2001 : Pose with T. Rex head Jan. 14 at Lawrence Hall of Science

BART identifies employee killed in accident

01/10/2001 : BART to run "Freedom Trains" in honor of King birthday

BART adds extra service for Jan. 14 Raiders-Ravens game

01/09/2001 : Plan for addressing teen health needs

Barry Bonds-sponsored tutoring program for low-income students will kick off at Richmond school

BART to hold King celebration Jan. 11

01/08/2001 : State unveils renovated web site

01/05/2001 : AC Transit schedule for Martin Luther King Day

BART Times, January edition

01/04/2001 : BART offers special service for Raiders-Dolphins game Jan. 6

01/03/2001 : Miller selected for top Democratic post on house education and work force committee

Bay Area Poll shows high computer use, concern over transportation and housing costs

01/02/2001 : Space available for classes with Celebrating Culture & Community

Friends of Baxter Creek to meet Jan. 11

E-Commerce and more featured through UC Extension

UC Extension information nights Jan. 9-Feb. 6

12/29/2000 : Bay Area cities report technology advances

12/21/2000 : New vehicle laws take effect Jan. 1

Willie Kennedy named BART board president

CHP on look out for unsafe holiday drivers

12/20/2000 : Point Isabel Dog Owners offers update on injured dog

Miller to meet Dec. 21 with President-elect Bush, others on education

12/19/2000 : AAA predicts record travel

BART holiday schedule

12/18/2000 : Minimum wage goes up Jan. 1

State offers on-line mobile home registration

Pacific Bell warns against calling card theft

12/15/2000 : Fetch this calendar to help dogs in need

12/14/2000 : Holiday anti-drunken driving effort focuses on under-age drivers

Kids choose Harry Potter and Clifford for president, vice president

12/13/2000 : Injured dog needs help

12/08/2000 : December news from BART

12/07/2000 : CC&C looking for board members

Escaping-table sculpture to be installed in Emeryville Dec. 9

BART offers special New Years Eve pass

11/30/2000 : Baxter Creek work party Dec. 9

Congressman Miller's comments on Florida recount

11/29/2000 : AC Transit plans detour, free rides in connection with Dec. 2 parade

"Multiculturalism and the Media" subject of Dec. 10 discussion

11/27/2000 : Holiday entertainment scheduled for Solano Avenue

11/24/2000 : Model train show Nov. 26, Dec. 23, Dec. 30 in Pt. Richmond

11/21/2000 : December events at Gathering Tribes, Berkeley

11/19/2000 : CC&C canceling Nov. 19 speaker but wants to hear from those interested in rescheduling talk on minorities and the arts

11/16/2000 : BART police chief named

Oakland Airport expects to have parking available during Thanksgiving weekend

BART special schedule for Thanksgiving, day after

Special BART service to Cal-Stanford game

Energy conservation urged

11/14/2000 : International Winter Festival Dec. 2 in San Pablo

US-Pacific Rim subject of KQED radio program

11/08/2000 : School bond passes, other local results

11/07/2000 : Financial help available from PG&E for energy-saving improvements

Pt Isabel cleanup Nov. 11

11/04/2000 : State election results web site

11/03/2000 : Times settles suit with youth carriers (SF Gate)

Mock e-mail voting concludes

Update from Congressman Miller

11/02/2000 : Plans for transit village at MacArthur BART station announced

11/01/2000 : E-mail forum serves parents of teens

Friends of Five Creeks hosts talk on bay fill Nov. 6

10/31/2000 : Officials warn of election e-mail hoax (LA Times)

Friends of Baxter Creek work party Nov. 11

10/29/2000 : Friends of Baxter Creek monthly meeting Nov. 9

10/27/2000 : Richmond coach plans to scoot to Sacramento Nov. 1 to promote education

10/26/2000 : Settlement over special education costs

10/25/2000 : Clinton signs bill for Rosie the Riveter park

10/24/2000 : Pt. Isabel cleanup Oct. 28

10/20/2000 : News from Congressman Miller's office: Great ape bill passes

10/17/2000 : AAA says state gas prices beginning to drop

10/16/2000 : Point Isabel Dog Owners Association sweatshirts, caps for sale

10/14/2000 : Oroweat super onion bagels recalled because of nuts

Update on state transportation funds (AB 2928) from city staff

10/13/2000 : Friends of Baxter Creek work party Oct. 28

Friends of Baxter Creek fall kick-off meeting Oct. 25

10/12/2000 : Inner-city outings subject of Oct. 25 Sierra Club meeting

Albertsons raising funds for Big Brothers, Big Sisters

10/05/2000 : Baseball teams help BART set ridership record

10/03/2000 : Statement from Congressman Miller on land conservation bill

10/02/2000 : Report from State Senator Don Perata: Rodeo vet bill signed

Health a top concern of voters

09/28/2000 : Kaiser Permanente gives funds to East Bay AIDS groups

Report from state Senator Don Perata: Governor Oks Oakland reading program

PG&E encourages customers to schedule furnace appointments

El Cerrito garden included in Sept. 30 tour

09/27/2000 : Report from State Senator Don Perata: Governor vetoes mentally ill juveniles bill

Canine Good Citizen Test Oct. 8 at Pt. Isabel

Richmond Community Design Workshop Oct. 7

State funds allocated for Bay Area water transit

09/20/2000 : Legislation would boost after-school programs -- Congressman Miller's office

09/18/2000 : Flu vaccine shortage expected

California saluted for anti-animal testing law

PacBell allerts customers to 90# scam

New state group aims to put arts back in classrooms

09/15/2000 : High energy demand expected week of Sept. 18

New look for BART Plus tickets

Report from Congressman Miller's office on school advertising

09/12/2000 : Cleanup Saturday, Sept. 16 at Booker T. Anderson Park

Coastal cleanup at Marina Bay Saturday, Sept. 16

Two environmental activities Saturday

09/11/2000 : Stroll parade winners announced

09/10/2000 : Stroll draws a variety of parade entries, visitors

09/09/2000 : Solano Stroll 2000 photos page 2

Solano Stroll 2000 photos page 3

Solano Stroll 2000 photos page 4

09/08/2000 : Report from state Senator Perata: Funds for Oakland reading program pass Legislature

BART news: SFO extension update and more

09/07/2000 : Free showings Saturday of "Adventures in Wild California" as part of Admissions Day celebration

Report from state Senator Perata: Legislature approves ferry study funds

ArtCar Fest 2000 Sept. 21-24

09/06/2000 : BART opens ticket exchange booth

09/05/2000 : Most minorities don't reap benefits of strong labor market

09/01/2000 : Solano Avenue Stroll Sept. 10

08/31/2000 : Report from State Senator Don Perata: Legislature passes mentally ill juvenile offenders bill

BART concerned about blackouts

08/30/2000 : Letter from State Senator Don Perata: Asks support of Cypress Freeway bill

AC Transit holiday schedule

UC Berkeley Extension examines sustainable urban agriculture

08/29/2000 : BART will operate on Sunday schedule Labor Day

Parking should be available at Oakland Airport through Labor Day, but expect heavy traffic

Report from State Senator Don Perata: Handgun bill passes Senate

08/24/2000 : California will celebrate its birthday Sept. 8 -10

08/19/2000 : Two assembly members in town Aug. 18

08/16/2000 : UC Extension fall offerings include publishing courses

Pt. Isabel cleanup Aug. 19

AC Transit announces route changes, effective Aug. 27

08/15/2000 : Report from state Senator Don Perata: Trucks permanently banned from 580 in Oakland

08/14/2000 : Report from state Senator Don Perata: lobby thwarts loan bill

08/11/2000 : Improved service to state fair, which begins Aug. 18

08/10/2000 : Richmond-based Pixar reports second quarter results, updates on its releases

Report from State Senator Don Perata: Rodeo animal care bill advances

Safeway participating in energy-conservation program

08/07/2000 : On-line survey from Congressman Miller's office

08/04/2000 : PG&E thanks consumers for conserving energy

08/03/2000 : Urban Land Institute on reinventing commercial strips

08/02/2000 : Balboa Park BART station expansion gets $6 million in state funds

07/28/2000 : PG&E customers asked to conserve energy

07/27/2000 : AC Transit switching to an automated transfer system

07/26/2000 : Additional cities join California main street program

07/25/2000 : News from Congressman Miller: Historic parks bill advances, nursing home legislation unveiled

Consumers asked to conserve energy Tuesday, July 25

07/21/2000 : Most elderly Californians will have choices next year despite eight HMOs not renewing Medicare contracts

07/20/2000 : Online learning can be a boon if you have the right stuff

BART hits ridership high

Major office investor sees strong future for real estate in Bay Area

Booths available for Sept. 10 Solano Stroll

UC Extension open houses set for August, September

07/19/2000 : West County Sierra Club walk and picnic Saturday, July 22

Richmond-SF ferry commuters hope to save service by spreading the word

07/18/2000 : Creek restoration—the water’s half-full and rising

Northern California gas prices up according to AAA survey

WestCAT survey, Aug. 16 hearing on route changes

07/17/2000 : Alameda homes will be insulated against airport noise

07/16/2000 : New schedule for WestCAT Route J from Del Norte BART

07/14/2000 : Author Nielsen outlines ways to make web sites user friendly

Berkeley man pleads guilty in coffee fraud case

07/13/2000 : Use of Internet in car buying increases

07/12/2000 : California ranks 13th among states for digital Democracy

Bill for WWII historic park in Richmond passes House

07/11/2000 : BART riders will have a chance to win tickets to attractions

07/10/2000 : Additional funds awarded for Baxter Creek restoration

07/08/2000 : Nomination of local legends for Solano Stroll still open

07/07/2000 : Trooper Johnson headed to El Capitan

Program for parents of teens starts July 10 at Kaiser Richmond

07/06/2000 : Hayward blues festival July 8 and 9 via BART

BART's budget for 2001 reflects costs of increased ridership

BART, Hertz offer rental "station cars" at Fremont station

PG&E offers summer energy tips to customers, especially seniors

07/05/2000 : BART machines now taking new $5 and $10 bills

06/30/2000 : Perata bill on vet care at rodeos pending

06/29/2000 : BART will operate on Sunday schedule, run longer trains for Giants' game July 4

Consumers asked to conserve electricity

06/28/2000 : Power Watch continues Thursday

San Pablo, SF bay studies pass House

Customers asked to cut back on electricity use Wednesday, June 28

Drive for Food Bank at Safeways July 1 to Aug. 31

06/27/2000 : Are art cows the answer to a bright future for El Cerrito?

Wednesday, June 28, declared a Power Watch Day

Electric customers asked to conserve power today (June 27)

Heavy 4th of July travel predicted

Report from state Senator Perata on park funds

06/26/2000 : Tuesday, June 27, declared a Power Watch Day

Urban Creeks Council gets grant for Baxter Creek restoration

06/23/2000 : Perata transportation bill advances

06/22/2000 : Port of Oakland wants to attract more women contractors

BART employees triumphant at Rail Rodeo

Perata polluter legislation passes Senate

06/20/2000 : Miller bill on Richmond historic park clears key commitee

Comments from State Senator Don Perata on education funds

06/17/2000 : Status of women subject of July SF convention

06/16/2000 : Hearing June 20 on Miller's ape bill

06/15/2000 : Bus service to Waterworld, Pavilion, Bishop Ranch expanded

PG&E asks consumers to conserve power in light of high temperatures

Electronic signature bill passes

06/14/2000 : Power Watch will continue Thursday

Workshop June 28 on restoring Baxter Creek

Stroll looking for local legends

Continental adds Oakland flights

Heat leads to rotating outages

San Francisco's Gay Pride parade and celebration June 24 and 25

Panel: Internet security requires diligence

Wednesday declared a Power Watch Day

06/13/2000 : Pt. Isabel cleanup Saturday

UC Extension offers summer courses for teens

06/12/2000 : Tuesday declared a Power Watch Day

06/09/2000 : Kaiser clinic treats headaches

06/08/2000 : JetBlue to offer low-cost Oakland to New York fares beginning in August

News from Congressman Miller: California water wars, sugar supports costly to consumers, nursing home study, children's mental health

06/06/2000 : BART seeks artists for SFO extension stations

06/05/2000 : BART to show off three special features at Fremont station June 7

Berkeley, Oakland, SF get talking ATMs

BART draft fiscal year 2001 short range transit plan available for comment

06/03/2000 : Experiment Gallery at Lawrence Hall of Science through Sept. 10

05/31/2000 : Marine Mammal Center researchers study whale that washed up at Point Isabel

BART budget hearing June 8

Expect traffic delays at Oakland Airport

Kaiser offers kidney stone program

05/24/2000 : Community Forum on the Urban Limit Line June 7 in San Pablo

05/17/2000 : Remarks by Rep. George Miller on environmental and resource protection legislation

05/14/2000 : BART to May 21 Bay to Breakers

05/07/2000 : Try AC Transit TransBay Express Buses through June 24 for Free

04/28/2000 : Congressman Miller in town April 28 to rally support for prescription drug coverage for seniors

03/25/2000 : Aroner brings good news on budget in March 25 visit to El Cerrito, update on school debt issue

03/07/2000 : Berkeley Potters Guild Spring Show through May 14

02/01/2000 : Friends of Five Creeks to host special guests Feb. 7

12/20/1999 : Photos of Tilden Christmas program dec 1999

12/01/1999 : Holiday display at Tilden merry-go-round

Model railroad museum offering holiday show

10/30/1999 : Report from state senator's office on his town hall meeting Oct. 27: Perata asks community to help battle air pollution from refineries

10/01/1999 : Supervisor Gioia organizing creek group

09/12/1999 : Solano Avenue Stroll Sept. 12 1999 photos

09/01/1999 : Solano Avenue Stroll coming Sunday, Sept. 12,1999

 


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