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    Hometown Heroes: Walnut Creek couple help save man's life, dedicated to helping in emergencies

    Husband and wife Adolfo Peñaloza and Maura Kelley honored with Walnut Creek Police Chief's Award 
    Danville historian blazes new trails as a modern-day pioneer of San Ramon Valley politics
    Beverly Lane, a 20-year director of the East Bay Regional Park District, has helped blaze new trails as one of Danville's founding council members and a three-time mayor in its earliest days as an incorporated town. 

    Hometown Hero: Antioch woman tireless in her passion to help others
    Carmen Aguilar-Ochoa has worked for decades to bring community awareness to cultural differences, help address the needs of underserved populations. 

    Hometown Hero: Founder of Richmond homeless service nonprofit restores dignity to the marginalized
    Yvonne Nair uses her business and psychology training and unfailing patience to help put homeless people back to work and give them the tools and confidence to pick themselves off the pavement.  

    Celebrating the people in the Bay Area who make a difference in the communities

      Hometown Heroes celebrates people in the Bay Area who make a difference in their communities. In addition to highlighting remarkable individuals, the Hometown Heroes feature aims to encourage volunteerism, raise visibility of nonprofits and key causes in the area and create a spirit of giving.

      Read about a new Hometown Hero every other Monday and watch the program on Comcast On Demand at Channel One-Bay On Demand-Hometown Heroes.

    Review: 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' is quite good till its final chapter

    Three out of the four stories set the perfct mood and tone, with Eva Green standing out. But the story with Jessica Alba just doesn't go off with a kiss kiss bang bang as it should.
     
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    Taylor Swift 'Shake it Off' director rebuts racism charges

    Mark Romanek responds to rapper Earl Sweatshirt who -- without seeing the video -- blasted its twerking scene as “inherently offesnive.”