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Brentwood Police to enforce DUI/Drivers License checkpoint this Friday
The Brentwood Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint on Friday, December 21 on Sand Creek Road at Shady Willow Lane, between the hours of 7 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.
Gorgeous Weather Forecast For Brentwood
Today, partly cloudy starting tomorrow morning, continuing until tomorrow evening. Partly cloudy until evening. High 67, low 50. Chance of precipitation: 10%. Wind 3 mph from the N.
21 Fun Things: Shake Shack is served, John Legend plays the Fox, 'Home Alone' at Davies Hall + more Bay Area events
There's much to do in the days before the holiday. See John Legend or George Clinton live, learn to make a gingerbread house over adults-only drinks, see a classic holiday movie set to a live symphonic score, sip all the sangria, hear a storytelling slam, and more.
Brentwood: See 5 Nearby Homes For Sale
BRENTWOOD, CA — Looking for a new house, and want the latest information on what's available near you? Perhaps you could use some assistance finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? Never fear! To keep you up to date, we here at Patch have compiled an up-to-date batch of new listings n
Dec. 1-12: Brentwood Police calls
The following is a sampling of the Brentwood Police Calls reported between December 1-12 which focuses on the higher priority call responses. 12/10 – Occurred on W Country Club Dr. . OCCD ON 12/7.
[Video] Liberty football team arrives in Brentwood
A pouring rain didn't deter fans from cheering the arrival of the Liberty football team in Brentwood Sunday afternoon, Dec. 16. The Lions defeated Sierra Canyon 19-17 Saturday night, Dec. 15 to capture the 2018 CIF State Football Championship Division 1A title in Norwalk, Calif. (Kyle Szymanski/The
Video shows suspected terrorist revealing his Bay Area attack plans
SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - A suspected terrorist was captured on newly released FBI surveillance video where he explained his plan for a series of Bay Area attacks. Amer Alhaggagi appeared in a San Francisco federal court Monday after pleading guilty for his role in plotting an elaborate scheme that he
Alleged killer of Natomas librarian had history of threats toward librarians
Cory Thornhill, deputy public defender of Sacramento County, stands in front of Ronald Seay, the accused shooter of 41-year-old librarian Amber Clark, during an an arraignment at Sacramento County Main Jail on Friday, Dec. 14, 2018.
ABC7 highlights Bay Area porch pirates in 12 Days of Grinch-mas
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- We're showing you some of the worst behavior by people this Holiday Season. The 12 days of Grinch-mas, highlights those people who have decided to steal the holidays from people's front porch.
Around East County: Car club hosting Oakley, Brentwood holiday-lights cruise
‘Tis the season for the holiday tradition of cruising through residential areas, peering through windows and checking out everyone else’s holiday lights. For those looking to take an organized tour, the Pastimes Car Club is inviting members and nonmembers to come out Dec. 22 for their Lights of Chri
Contra Costa Health Seeks Volunteers for Annual Homeless Count
The Contra Costa Health Services’ Division of Health, House and Homeless Services is looking for volunteers for the county’s annual point-in-time count of residents who are experiencing homelessness.
Bay Area weather: How much rain fell in your city?
The most recent storm to impact the Bay Area produced steady showers and some modest rainfall totals, with most cities receiving more than a half-inch of rain. As of 4 a.m. Monday, San Jose was one of the wettest locations with .88 inches of rain recorded in a 24-hour span, according to the National
East, Central Contra Costa offer plenty to do before, after New Year’s
Kelly Perez and her son Alessio, 6, skate recently at Big Chill Brentwood, in the Streets of Brentwood, the largest outdoor ice rink in Northern California. Whether enjoying outdoor winter weather after Christmas or spending time warmly inside, Central and East Contra Costa still offer lots of holid
In brief: Antioch police offer thanks for canine unit support
On Dec. 6, the Police Department attended a meeting of the Antioch Woman’s Club, a special day for the officers. It was a culmination of the department not only gaining another canine unit but also a successful conclusion to a local woman’s fundraising efforts.
37 New Year’s Events in the Bay Area 2018-2019
Enjoy a four-course menu on New Year's eve at Donato & Co. in Berkeley. Copper Spoon in Oakland is serving a four-course prix fixe menu on New years eve with a dance party to follow.
California jewelry store robbery thwarted after owner's nephew pulls out gun
A California jewelry store owner’s nephew pulled a gun on suspects as the two men allegedly tried to rob his uncle’s store, according to reports. The suspects, caught on video, allegedly tried to stab owner Jean Boujekian during the attempted robbery at Vana Watch and Jewelry in South Pasadena on Fr
How family’s dream of living on Delta waters floated away
Keston and Andrea Ott-Dahl thought they found a way to lick the Bay Area’s housing crisis when they paid $170,000 for a three-story floating home in Brentwood’s Cruiser Haven Marina a year and a half ago, the one they had long admired with its stately porch and big windows.
Baby, It's Kind Of Chilly Outside: Brentwood Weather Forecast
Today, mostly cloudy starting later this afternoon. Clear throughout the day. High 70, low 53. Chance of precipitation: 2%. Wind 2 mph from the N. Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High 67, low 53.
Dec. 15-16: Contra Costa County Events
Here is a look at this weeks events around Contra Costa County and the San Francisco Bay Area for the weekend of Dec. 15-16. Remember, to add future events to our calendar, its FREE!!!!!! You may also subscribe to our weekly newsletter and receive event updates directly to your email.
Brentwood Union School District responds to nationwide threat hoax
After receiving a threatening mass email yesterday evening, the Brentwood Union School District notified families with a letter from the superintendent. While the threat was deemed to be a nationwide hoax, the letter explained to families and staff the steps taken after such an event. The following