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Woman Killed In Collision Friday Was Volunteer At Historical Society

Bay City News Service Published 9:35 am, Monday, January 15, 2018 BERKELEY (BCN) A 70-year-old woman who died in a collision with a Berkeley city vehicle on Friday afternoon was identified today by the Alameda County coroner's bureau as Shelley Rideout. The collision was reported to the California

SFGATE - 2018-01-15 17:35:00

Tonight: Menlo fire district employee contract offers raises, more benefits

New perks include new paid holiday, more paid time off for longtime employees, more money for living near district The Menlo Park Fire Protection District, which according to the state already has the highest average wages of any state or local government agency, has a contract for non-firefighter u

THE ALMANAC ONLINE - 2018-01-16 18:38:00

Historic Oakland loft with its own red London phone booth renting for $8,500 per month

Up until 1988, the red-brick building at 299 Third St. near Oakland's Jack London Square was the headquarters of the American Bag and Union Hide Company, where farmers' used burlap feed bags were patched and repaired before being re-sold. Since then, this more than 100-year-old building has been ful

SFGATE - 2018-01-16 12:00:00

People are lining up days early in San Francisco to get $225 Levi's Air Jordan sneakers

Deck chairs and wads of blankets along Market Street usually signal a parade, but Monday evening's crowd was waiting for something different. They came for sneakers. Or, more accurately, they came for limited-edition Air Jordan IVs, designed in collaboration with San Francisco's own Levi's jeans bra

SFGATE - 2018-01-16 01:48:00

Resident's in Oakland's Montclair neighborhood concerned about an increase in crime

OAKLAND, Calif. - People who live in Montclair, an upscale neighborhood in Oakland, reached out to KTVU, telling us they've seen property crime escalate in recent months. They want to warn neighbors to be extra vigilant. Residents say they're frustrated because of what they've noticed Nextdoor: freq

BAYINSIDER - 2018-01-16 06:31:00

Four of the Bay Area's best clam chowder spots

Hearty New England-style clam chowder makes a splendid dockside nosh at Lake Chalet on the shores of Oakland's Lake Merritt. (Jackie Burrell/Bay Area News Group) You don't have to be a Bostonian to revel in chowdah. Clam chowder is every bit as beloved on the West Coast, where chefs at waterside res

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS - 2018-01-16 15:00:55

What outsiders think happens when you move to California

Drew Costley Updated 10:45 pm, Sunday, January 14, 2018 1 / 23 Back to Gallery It's been a little over a year since I drove up Interstate 5, from Los Angeles to the Bay Area, concluding a six-day cross-country trip with my father and starting my life as a resident of the Golden State. I announced t

SFGATE - 2018-01-16 12:00:00

After win over Cavaliers, Warriors greeted by cold showers

CLEVELAND - Late Monday night, after pulling away late for a 118-108 win over the rival Cavaliers, Golden State players were greeted by cold showers in the visiting locker room at Quicken Loans Arena. ESPN first reported the news. Because there was no hot water available, players were forced to show

SFGATE - 2018-01-16 18:55:00

Oil City Man Arrested on Felony Burglary Charges

OIL CITY, Pa. (EYT) - Police in Oil City have filed charges against a 29-year-old man accused of burglarizing a residence in the city. A release issued on Monday evening by Patrolman Hargenrader indicates that police arrested Timothy Michael Geiger, of Oil City, in connection with an August 20 burg

EXPLOREVENANGO.COM - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Meeting Wednesday to discuss YUSD trustees recall

There will be a Yosemite Unified School District (YUSD) Recall Action Committee Meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 17, at Round Table Pizza in Oakhurst. This is a new community group, not to be confused with the Yosemite Union Teachers Association who meet in late October to gather information ab

SIERRA STAR - 2018-01-16 03:08:00

Town Hall meeting addresses transparency, voting, development, and theft in 2018

On Thursday, Jan. 11, Tom Wheeler kicked-off his first public town hall meeting of the new year with an array of speakers addressing on-going and up-and-coming issues. The highlights included Wheeler's hopes for his board chairmanship, Madera County's new voting system, news on the much-delayed dev

SIERRA STAR - 2018-01-15 20:05:00

Facebook users help identify wanted man in blurry photo

Thanks to social media, the Madera County Sheriff's Office arrested a man Friday wanted for allegedly brandishing a knife at CVS Pharmacy employees in Oakhurst. After the sheriff's office posted a photo on Facebook, asking for tips, users identified the man as Nathaniel Follette. One person even off


Ex-cop Jerry Pearce was a Johnny Cash lookalike who hosted 'The Radio Detective' show

Jerry Pearce, the ex-cop who launched "The Radio Detective" radio show in Fresno, has died. He was 76. Born Gerald Clifford Pearce in Bakersfield in 1941, he died Monday at his home near Prather after a long battle with chronic pulmonary obstructive disease, said his wife, Bonnie Pearce. The Radio D


Two Clovis Unified schools set to reopen following mercury clean up

CLOVIS, California - Clovis East High School and Reyburn Intermediate School will reopen Tuesday, the Clovis Unified School District said Monday. Following the weekend clean up by representatives from the Fresno County Department of Health, Environmental Protection Agency and PARC Environmental, the

YOURCENTRALVALLEY.COM - 2018-01-15 20:26:54

Health officials say student had half a quart of mercury at school

CLOVIS, Calif. - Clovis East High School and Reyburn Intermediate School will re-open Tuesday morning. Crews spent the holiday weekend searching for and cleaning up mercury. The cleanup lasted four days. Health officials say it's not uncommon to find mercury at schools across the country but they sa

YOURCENTRALVALLEY.COM - 2018-01-16 07:45:46

Red Cross volunteers install free smoke alarms for local residents

CLOVIS, Calif. - More than one hundred volunteers helped Clovis become safer today. It's part of the nationwide Home-Fire Safety Campaign, an effort to reduce home fires. The American Red Cross said seven times a day, someone in our country dies in a home fire. They said by installing free smoke ala

YOURCENTRALVALLEY.COM - 2018-01-14 23:55:54

Gas up more than 5 cents last week

Tennessee average price: $2.32/gallon National average price: $2.52/gallon Lowest in Manchester as of Sunday Jan. 14: Speedway, 1203 McArthur St., and BP, 1200 McArthur St., $2.23/gallon As the temperatures went down, gas prices went up last week. Average retail gasoline prices in Tennessee have ris

MANCHESTER TIMES - 2018-01-16 20:25:00

Holts trey keeps Eaglettes atop 8-AAA

Senior Jenna Holt canned a 3-pointer from deep in the corner at the buzzer to lift Shelbyville Central to a 53-50 thrilling victory over visiting Coffee County in a battle of unbeatens in District 8-AAA action on Monday evening, The game was originally scheduled for Tuesday, but was moved up due to

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2018-01-16 06:00:00

Lady Falcons drop OT heartbreaker

Lincoln County High School's Bree Faulkner fights to control the ball in the Lady Falcons' match-up at home with Franklin County. Faulkner, the ladies' only senior who was sidelined with an injury prior to the first game of the season, began working back into the ladies' rotation during the Christma

ELK VALLEY TIMES - 2018-01-16 05:31:00

Eagles fall to Coffee Co.

In a low scoring battle, the Shelbyville Central Golden Eagles fell 47-34 to Coffee County in a District 8-AAA contest on Monday night. Coffee County led 10-7 at the end of the first quarter, 20-12 at the break and 36-22 after three periods. Darius Rozier led the winners with 14 points while DeAron

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2018-01-16 06:00:00