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    Courtesy of Mike Schermer
    The Delta Blues Festival has been free to music lovers for the past 16 years. A March 7 benefit concert at the El Campanil Theatre in Antioch seeks to raise money so organizers can continue to present the September festival free of charge to the public.  
    Thedideus Donell Guidry, a 27-year-old Antioch man, has been arrested in connection to a theft at an ATM machine at a local bank, Milpitas Police Department reported Wednesday.  
    The A Street business Ink'd Up sparks concerns about child safety and further undermining the appeal of the city's downtown.  
    A 9-year-old boy was airlifted to a hospital after a firecracker exploded in his hand Monday while he and two other siblings were home without adult supervision, according to police.  
    Police have released the names of two teenagers allegedly part of a burglary that involved six people earlier this month.  
    Police responded to Sandy Way for reports of a fight and gunshots, and found about 50 people in the street.  
    George Stamm
    Stamm Family
    Longtime Antioch resident was member of pioneering family whose company ran several major theaters in the city.  
    Kirsten Rigsby​
    The Village Community Resource Center in Brentwood is striving to obtain a $20,000 matching grant and has raised half of its goal, according to Executive Director Kirsten Rigsby. The money will benefit all of the center's programs, including a new home library initiative centered around a reading intervention program aimed at 38 kindergarten through third graders.  
    Now in its 42nd year, the Pittsburg Community Theatre has wanted to tackle the witty and heart-warming musical "Into the Woods" for years. The play interweaves several classic fairy tales with amusing and surprising twists. To get a full grasp of the challenging material, the 24-member cast started rehearsals last fall.