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37 Employers Now Hiring In Pleasant Hill, East Bay
PLEASANT HILL, CA - From healthcare and customer service, to management and retail positions, the job listings in this week's employment postings on the Pleasant Hill Patch Jobs Board are chock-full of opportunities for those on the hunt for the perfect job. We have curated some of the most interest
Man Sought After Using Stolen Credit Card In Martinez, Pleasant Hill
BENICIA (CBS SF) - Authorities are searching for a man who recently used a credit card stolen from a vehicle in Benicia to make $2,000 in purchases in Martinez and Pleasant Hill, according to Benicia police. The suspect is a white man who is 30 to 40 years old, about 5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet, 200
Richmond fire issues shelter-in-place warning near Kaiser
Richmond fire department issued a shelter-in-place warning following a gas leak. The warning includes the Kaiser center on Nevin Avenue. Richmond fire department issued a shelter-in-place warning following a gas leak. The warning includes the Kaiser center on Nevin Avenue.
Natural gas leak near Kaiser in Richmond prompts shelter-in-place order
This is an image of the natural gas leak near Kaiser Hospital in Richmond, Calif. on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017 (KGO-TV ) A natural gas leak in front of Kaiser Permanente Richmond Medical Center has prompted a shelter-in-place order for the hospital, businesses, and homes within a two-block radius. E
One shot, two stabbed in Oakland violence
OAKLAND - One man was shot and two others stabbed - one during an attempted robbery - within an hour Tuesday night in different parts of the city, authorities said Wednesday. The incidents don't appear to be connected, authorities said. The shooting happened about 10:30 p.m. near the intersection of
Good Neighbors: Preserving and protecting open space
New hiking trails and gorgeous new views of the Diablo Valley at of the 604-acre Carr Ranch Open Space, a former cattle ranch, will be revealed at the public dedication ceremony from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 14 at Rancho Laguna Park, 2101 Camino Pablo in Moraga.It's free. The park is open all
Whole Foods' first Bay Area small-format store to open this winter
CONCORD - Whole Foods will land a 365 store - its smaller format concept - in the Bay Area this winter, with more to follow. The grocery chain revealed that its Concord 365 store, which is the first of its 365 brand to open in Northern California, will open Dec. 6 in the new Veranda shopping center,
The A Cappella Handyman: Remembering 1390
1390 Brookside Drive was the first home we ever knew after WWII. A small, post-war development called Victory Gardens just off Davis Street in San Leandro, California. Two bedrooms, one bath, stucco-faced that Dad with the help of Uncle Kaj added an upstairs bedroom to. It had the San Leandro Creek
Bay Area Cities Compete to Host Amazon's Second Headquarters
There is a battle brewing among Bay Area cities vying to land Amazon's second headquarters. San Jose and Concord have announced that they are putting together proposals to woo the online retail giant. Nationwide, it feels like a race to be the host of the Olympics as other cities are also competing
Bay Area's Round Table Pizza chain acquired by franchise group
Round Table Pizza - which long flooded Bay Area commercial airwaves with the slogan "the last honest pizza" - has sold to a group that manages several chains. The pizza chain, which was founded in Menlo Park in 1959 and headquartered in Concord, has been acquired by Atlanta-based Global Franchise G
Dining review: Does new Limon Rotisserie in Walnut Creek live up to its SF success?
From left, Chef Cody Finch, Martin Castilla, owner/ head chef, and Chef Melissa Palomo pose for a photograph at Limon Rotisserie in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017. Limon Rotisserie has brought its signature take on Peruvian small plates to downtown Walnut Creek.(Laura A. Oda/Bay A
Blues Festival returns to downtown Martinez
Downtown Martinez erupts with the sounds of wailing guitars - and wailing men - as the seventh annual Bay Area Blues Festival returns to Main Street. Along with the usual assortment of food, local craft vendors and art, visitors can expect a cavalcade of homegrown musical acts. The lineup on Saturd
Review: Does 'Measure for Measure' at Cal Shakes add up?
A political leader who claims to be a man of the people corrupts his office to sate his own petty desires. That's the central premise behind Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure." While much has been made of it as a "problem" play that strains credulity, careening from melodrama to comedy, you might a
Bay Area political events: Bernie Sanders, no-hate march
Bernie Sanders: Sen. Bernie Sanders, independent-Vt., speaks at a California Nurses Association-sponsored rally in favor of a single-payer health care system. The event begins at 1 p.m. Friday in the Yerba Buena Gardens esplanade, off Mission Street between Third and Fourth streets in San Francisco.
Judge releases child psychologist after 'flagrant' violation in child porn case: 'It's a disease'
SAN FRANCISCO - An Orinda child psychologist who emailed himself links to child porn images while out of custody on unresolved child porn charges will be sentenced in a plea deal next month, records show. Kenneth Breslin, 69, was released to a halfway house in May, after he disobeyed a court order t
Video shows persons sought in Oakland teacher's fatal shooting
SAN FRANCISCO - Police are asking for the public's help in identifying persons of interest in surveillance video connected to the June fatal shooting of an Oakland high school teacher. Around 2 a.m. June 18, police responded to a report of a shooting in the 1500 block of Folsom Street near 11th Stre
Skydiver dies in Northern California from crash injuries
LODI - A skydiver who crashed last week in Northern California after a parachute malfunction has died. The San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office says 54-year-old Brett Hawton, of Alamo, was jumping solo from a plane out of the Lodi Parachute Center in Ocampo. The Sacramento Bee reports witnesses told
Orinda Attorney Plans to Run Against Baker in 2018
Democrat Rebecca Bauer-Kahan has announced plans to run against 16th Assembly District incumbent Catharine Baker. In a video released online, Bauer-Kahan said she is running for Assembly to ensure the state legislature is focused on the district's and state's most pressing issues and to better repre
Anti-Semitic, racist graffiti found on truck at East Bay middle school
Hateful racist words and Swastikas written on the back and side of a pick-up truck were found by officials at Canyon Middle School in Castro Valley Monday morning. Paul Chambers reports Only days before the beginning of the Jewish high holy days, a truck was found vandalized with anti-Semitic and ra
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Paramore brings the love to Bay Area: Paramore has had its share of hits over the years, notching such platinum-plus-selling singles as "Misery Business," "Crushcrushcrush," "Still Into You" and "Ain't It Fun." The band is hoping for more success with its fifth studio album, "After Laughter," its fi