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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.
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
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Towns/Cities near antioch, california : Oakley Brentwood Newlove Neroly Los Medanos Rio Vista Knightsen
Supervisor Burgis announces committee, board and commission assignments
Last Tuesday, January 10, 2017, County Supervisor Diane Burgis was officially sworn into office, representing District III on the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors. The district includes most of Antioch, and all of Brentwood, Oakley, Discovery Bay, Bethel Island, Byron and Knightsen in East County, as well as Blackhawk, Diablo and Camino Tassajara in the San Ramon Valley.$1M of Measure C funds spent on administration, not more police
When 68% of Antioch voters approved the Measure C half-cent sales tax hike in 2013, the ballot measure said the money would be used to hire 22 more police, plus code enforcement officers as well as help economic development and job creation. The ballot wording didn't mention that the money would also be used for city government administration, but that's where more than $1 million of Measure C funds is being spent.Rowdy teens prompt Antioch movie theater to call police
Dozens of rowdy teens at an Antioch movie theater Friday night prompted a police response and the theater to cancel additional showings of the film, authorities said. An employee of the AMC Deer Valley 16 in the Deer Valley Shopping Center at 4204 Lone Tree Way called Antioch police when a large group of teenagers began creating a disturbance during the opening night showing of "The Bye Bye Man," a PG-13 horror film.Your updated list of crab feeds in West Contra Costa
Steven Mathew, of Santa Rosa, breaks into a crab leg during the 12th annual Deer Valley High School Band & Auxiliary Boosters Crab Feed at the Contra Costa County Fairgrounds in Antioch, Calif., on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012. The 115-seat event was sold out.Antioch man shoots himself after CHP pursuit
A man suspected of drunk driving led police on a chase in Contra Costa County Thursday night before allegedly killing himself, according to the California Highway Patrol. Officers were investigating the 45-year-old Antioch man, Ronald Sanders, on suspicion of DUI at Harbor Court near Harbor Street in Pittsburg around 11:00 p.m, CHP said.Antioch Man Suspected of DUI Shoots Self in Concord After CHP Pursuit
A man suspected of drunk driving led authorities on a pursuit in Contra Costa County late Thursday night before killing himself, according to the California Highway Patrol. The CHP said officers were investigating 45-year-old Ronald Sanders, of Antioch, on suspicion of DUI at Harbor Court near Harbor Street in Pittsburg around 11 p.m., when Sanders fled the scene heading west on state Highway 4. Police said officers pursed Sanders as he exited Port Chicago Highway and parked his vehicle in a driveway on Gratton Way.In Memoriam: Former Antioch resident Chris Lee Shattuck
Born in Glendale, Ca. Chris Lee Shattuck, passed away after a long illness at the age of 71. He was retired from PG&E after 43 years of service.Despite bankruptcy warning, Antioch Council affirms $9.2 million pay, benefits hike
A City Council majority on Tuesday granted more than $9 million in pay and benefit increases to city employees over five years, despite warnings from residents that it could lead to bankruptcy and concerns from the two newest council members that it could put the city in a financial bind when the city's Measure C half-cent sales tax revenue expires in 2021. The previous council in November unanimously passed the compensation package in the form of tentative agreements.Antioch: Man survives shooting, uncooperative with police
Few details were available from police, but Antioch Sgt. Rick Smith said that a hospital notified them around 1:05 p.m. that a possible shooting victim had arrived by car.Concord police: Ex-dental assistant had nude photos, video of up to 70 unidentified kids
It was revealed in the preliminary hearing of a former dental assistant accused of molesting girls under anesthesia that police found pictures on his phone depicting up to 70 still-unidentified kids in various stages of undress But authorities have found five girls, from second grade to middle school, who all told investigators similar stories about defendant Alejandro Tiznado Saro, 24. One girl identified as Jane Doe 1, who was elementary school-aged, told police that Saro touched her private parts on two occasions, while she was under the influence of laughing gas, according to police testimony. " was scared.Delta Datelines: Fundraisers, classes and more
Sons of Italy Polenta and Italian Sausage Dinner: 5:30 p.m. Jan. 21, Antioch Senior Center, 415 W. Second St. Menu: Italian sausage and polenta, green salad, bread and dessert. Refreshments sold separately.Guest Commentary: Ruehlig writes of Antioch's positives, challenges
The New Year brings new visions. With the imminent opening of a widened Highway 4 and the not too distant inauguration of the Hillcrest e-BART Antioch sits on a crossroads of promise.Antioch: Homeless encampment ravaged by vegetation fire
The blaze was reported around 5:10 p.m. in the area of Viera Avenue and Oakland Road, said Contra Costa County Fire Battalion Chief Jim Huntze. Four engines, one truck and one battalion chief responded to the vegetation fire.Next Antioch Neighborhood Cleanup this Saturday morning, Jan. 7
The Antioch Police Department is excited to announce the 78th installment of the Neighborhood Cleanup Program this Saturday, January 7, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. We will be cleaning the neighborhoods adjacent to Knoll Park and surrounding streets. This is a collaborative community effort which involves active participation from the Antioch Police Crime Prevention Commission, Neighborhood Watch Program, Volunteers In Police Service, community volunteers and the Public Works Department.East Bay Park It: Oakley's Big Break needs docents
Volunteer docent Eddie Pacheco, of Antioch, pushes invasive water hyacinth along a garden tool near the kayak launching area in January 2015 at Oakley's Big Break Regional Shoreline. Pacheco was joined by more than 100 volunteers who grabbed, raked, hauled, pulled and dumped the weed that was choking the area waterways.The Church@Antioch to celebrate second anniversary with another car giveaway, Sunday, Jan. 8th
Following their distribution of over 600 Christmas gifts to local children and youth, The Church at Antioch continues their season of sharing with it's second car giveaway. With a commitment to impact the city, The Church at Antioch will celebrate their 2nd anniversary with a vehicle giveaway Sunday, January 8, 2017.Two same-day Apple Macbook Pro thefts at Starbucks among Antioch...
Antioch Police calls for service highlights as published in the Weekly Report by Assistant City Manager Ron Bernal dated December 30, 2016 and provided by Chief of Police Allan Cantando. a- 12/28/16 at 11:46 pm, an officer contacted 38 year old Lewis Wright during a pedestrian stop at Jack's Car Wash on Fitzuren Rd. Wright was found to have two warrants for his arrest.
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