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Located just east of the San Francisco Bay, Antioch residents are known to commute to neighboring Sacramento, San Francisco and Oakland for their jobs. During the 1800s, coal, copper and oil were all pursued when first discovered there, but no long-term benefits resulted. Founded in 1980, Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge was the first national wildlife refuge in the country created to protect endangered plants and insects.

Population: 100219
Local Newspapers: Oakland Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: Western Career College Carrington College California Antioch Contra Costa Medical Career College

Zip Codes associated with antioch, california: 94509
Towns/Cities near antioch, california : Oakley Brentwood Newlove Neroly Los Medanos Rio Vista Knightsen

Antioch News
Case wraps up against Bay Point man charged in 2015 killing

The case has ended against a Bay Point man who accepted a 14-year prison sentence for a homicide that prosecutors say was motivated by robbery. Nissan Moran, 22, pleaded no contest to manslaughter and gun possession charges in the death of 24-year-old Emilio Martinez, an Antioch resident.

Contra Costa Public Works hosts Earth Day event at Upper Sand Creek in Antioch April 21

Contra Costa County Public Works and Supervisor Diane Burgis will host an Earth Day event at Upper Sand Creek on . The event will take place at 6600 Deer Valley road in Antioch.

Antioch hires new Animal Services director

At the April 10, 2018 Antioch City Council meeting, Police Chief Tammany Brooks introduced George W. Harding, IV, the new manager for Antioch Animal Services. Harding has been in the animal care and control field for 24 years.

Construction begins Wednesday on new fast-food restaurant at Somersville Towne Center

Somersville Towne Center Marketing Manager, Shannon Skinner announced on Tuesday, April 17, "Tomorrow morning at 6:30 a.m., we will be commencing the construction for the new Steak 'n Shake restaurant." According to the company website, Steak 'n Shake was founded in February 1934 in Normal, Illinois.

East Bay pets of the week: Dogs, cats need 'forever' homes

Austin is ready to rock on out of Kitty City Limits! There's no need to travel deep into the heart of Texas - Austin is available right here in Pleasanton! Adopt Austin, a 2-year-old white-and-brown male tabby, at Valley Humane Society, open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday at 3670 Nevada St. in Pleasanton. For more information, call 925-426-8656 or visit to see other adoptable cats and dogs.

Antioch Friends of Animal Services receives big donation

Cecile Hermida and Antioch Friends of Animal Services Founder Barbara Soblavarro show animals up for adoption at the Antioch Animal Shelter at a recent adoption day event. The group recently received a large donation from the late Michael J. Lucido of Antioch.

Frazier, Contractors State License Board co-host free Senior Scam...

Assemblymember Jim Frazier and the California Contractors State License Board are hosting a free seminar in Antioch to teach seniors how to avoid being scammed. The Senior Scam Stopper seminar will run from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at the Antioch Senior Center, in downtown, Rivertown.

"Where will we go?" homeless ask as largest encampment in Antioch cleared

The rain didn't stop city workers on Monday as they used a backhoe and dump truck to clear out the city's largest homeless encampment on McElheney Road. The encampment of around 20 to 25 tents is situated on low-lying land between the railroad tracks next to Fulton Shipyard Road and East Sixth Street.

16-year-old Antioch Resident Arrested After Carjacking In Clayton

A 16-year-old has been arrested after a carjacking in the City of Clayton, according to the Antioch Police. The suspect in their case was reportedly armed with a handgun, and was last seen on Kirker Pass Rd., towards the City of Pittsburg.

Payton Perspective: No growth initiative backers being dishonest, for ...

The leaders behind the initiative to stop the new home developments on the west side of Deer Valley Road in the Sand Creek Focus Area, and their supporters are not being honest with Antioch residents in their efforts to obtain signatures to get it on the ballot. They're claiming the city wants to build 4,000-8,000 homes in the area and that they will be able to stop them with the initiative.

Stage Right presents "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" play in Antioch

Inside the factory - Left to Right - Cody Quinnell, Owen Loyd, Jillian Barton, Laurel Brooks, Savannah Loyd, Zack Fogel, Alyssa Orrick, Gracee Robertson, Dejah Van, and Emma Jacobs. Photos courtesy of T.K.'s Expressions Photography.

Opinion: East Contra Costa's public safety crisis persists

The roadside sign announcing East Contra Costa County's public safety emergency, erected along busy Vasco Road south of Brentwood, was taken down recently at the end of its contract term. The billboard was put up six months ago by a group of concerned area residents, and it announced to 22,000 passing motorists each day that the area they were entering had been called a "public safety emergency" region.

Park It: Botanic Garden native plant sale set for Saturday

Spring is planting time, and all kinds of California native plants will be available for purchase at the Regional Parks Botanic Garden spring sale, scheduled for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 21. The garden is located at the intersection of South Park Drive and Wildcat Canyon Road in Tilden Regional Park near Berkeley. Parking is free.

15-Year-Old in Stolen Car Arrested After Fatal Crash

The California Highway Patrol arrested an unlicensed 15-year-old driver yesterday on suspicion of felony vehicular manslaughter after he allegedly rammed a stolen vehicle into another car, killing the driver of that car and injuring a passenger. An 18-year-old Pittsburg man who was with the youth in the stolen car was arrested and booked into County Jail in Martinez on suspicion of possessing a stolen vehicle, CHP Officer Cliff Kroeger said.

Elderly Antioch man dies weeks after being hit by vehicle

Jose Oliva, 69, died Wednesday, nearly four weeks after being hit by a vehicle as he walked home from work. A GoFundMe account started by the family to pay for his medical costs and funeral expenses has collected $3,645 in five days.

Antioch poet hosts new TV show at Maritime Academy

Like most artists and creative-minded individuals, Antioch theatrical poet Luella Hill-Dudley was once afraid of rejection, but it was her mentors who motivated her to face her fears. "Finally, I did my first poem and got a standing ovation," Hill-Dudley said of her initial open mic experience.

2nd Annual Larry Damitz Memorial Race on tap at Antioch Speedway Saturday night

The Antioch Speedway roars back into action this Saturday night with an exciting six division All Star Series program honoring the late Larry Damitz. Featured divisions this weekend include the Wingless Spec Sprints, A Modified, B Modifieds, Limited Late Models, Hobby Stocks and Dwarf Cars.

City of Antioch gives notice of abatement of homeless encampment on 6th Street

The City of Antioch has become aware of a substantial encampment on the private property near the intersection of 6th Street and McElheney Road in the area immediately east of downtown. As the City is obligated to enforce the Antioch Municipal Code and a series of State and federal regulations, an abatement process will commence in the coming days.

2 Arrested After Good Samaritans Stop Laptop Theft At Starbucks

Two young men were arrested on suspicion of attempting to steal a laptop at a Starbucks in Antioch on Monday afternoon, according to police. Police said a 19-year-old Brentwood resident and 21-year-old Bay Point resident -- whose names weren't given -- were taken into custody separately after one was held for police to arrive at the Starbucks location and the other captured by police a short time later.

Council approves 35-home in-fill project by Discovery Builders on split vote

In other action at their Tuesday, April 10th meeting, the Antioch City Council split on the approval of a 35-home in-fill development project by Discovery Builders, known as the Oakley Knolls. The subdivision will be located off Oakley Road between Willow Avenue and Phillips Lane , next to the Almondridge subdivision in the northeast portion of the city.

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