Share the Spirit: Hope 4 the Heart in Hayward provides food for thousands of Alameda, Contra Costa counties families
Hope 4 the Heart in Hayward continues family's tradition of generosity.
Neighborhood House of North Richmond seeks fresh start amid financial turmoil
After years of financial turmoil left the agency struggling under mounting debt and dwindling resources, Neighborhood House of North Richmond has new leaders who say the historic social service institution is on the mend.
Pearl Harbor beacon a new light with a timeless message
Pearl Harbor survivors, volunteers, watch as Mt. Diablo beacon lit for the first time since its repair, to commemorate Dec. 7, 1941 attack
Dublin: Frigid weather may have caused homeless man's death
Even colder weather is on the way for East Bay residents, forecasters say.
El Sobrante family displaced after garage fire started by fireplace ashes
Fire crews say a family of four was displaced Friday night after their home caught fire due to fireplace ashes that were discarded in their garage reignited.
Man found shot in Antioch
Police say they found a man suffering from multiple, but nonlife threatening, gunshot wounds late Friday night. The shooter remains unknown.
Disabled would bear brunt of another transit strike
BART shutdowns highlighted lack of options, resources for the transit-dependent during a work stoppage
Concord council considers 10-year management contract for Sleep Train Pavilion
After several years of watching the Sleep Train Pavilion frequently sit idle during the concert season, city leaders wanted a promoter that would bring some buzz back to the 38-year-old amphitheater.
PG&E's new San Ramon control center is up and running
PG&E executives said Friday that a new $38 million state-of-the-art natural gas control center here will make the company's gas system safer, the same day that a state regulatory judge recommended that the utility be allowed to resume full-pressure operations of a closely scrutinized gas pipeline beneath San Carlos.
Face-lift under way for Contra Costa's community colleges
Multimillions in construction projects under way at Los Medanos and Diablo Valley colleges; demolition work to take pace over winter break on one Contra Costa College building.
(Amber Arnold/AP Photo/Wisconsin State Journal)
Travel top 10: World's best cities for winter vacations
Some of the world's cities shine brightly in winter. And they aren't likely to be overrun with tourists between now and February. If you're looking to get away soon, check out this list from CNN Travel of the 10 best cities for a winter vacation.
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Evangeline Lilly upset with magazine's 'butt' reference
Women’s Health surprised “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” actress with her cover shot.