• 'Survivor' recap: A new winner is named - 12/17/2014 10:57 PM PST
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    Antioch auto body shop gives cars to needy families

    Mike's Auto Body continued a tradition this week by fulfilling five Christmas wishes with used cars that it's restored. 
    Prompted in part by a request from one of its labor unions, the Antioch City Council on Tuesday agreed to include three code enforcement positions on its payroll instead of paying a private third-party firm to provide the services.  
     
    DOUG DURAN/STAFF archivesWilliams propels Deer Valley to winDeer Valley High School girls basketball player Brandy Williams (50), shown getting fouled during a North Coast Section Division I basketball playoff semifinal game in March, scored a game-high 25 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in the  
     
    Winter Soccer Classic and basketball tournaments highlight the week  
     
    One in eight area families relies on help to put dinner on the table  
     
    Health officials say this year s flu shot might not be as effective because the virus strain has mutated this year. Did you get a flu shot this year? Why or why not?  
     
    To submit an item to the What's Happening calendar, email ccnsports@bayareanewsgroup.com to request a form. Put "What's Happening" in the subject line.  
     
    More than 650 students are engaged in after school programs at the elementary schools, about 130 in the middle schools, and anywhere from 120 to 260 each day at the high school.  
     
    Most parents know how to care for a sick child. But sometimes a fever or other symptoms last longer than we expect, or they seem more severe than we feel comfortable treating by ourselves.  
     
    Oakley veterans work on local projects, support each other