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Castro Valley is located in central California. The city was named in honor of Don Guillermo Castro, a rancher and a soldier in the Mexican army. Castro was given a land grant that consisted of 28,000 acres. Because he had a gambling habit, he ended up having to sell off portions of the land in order to pay off some of his gambling debts. During the 1940s and 1950s Castro Valley was known for its chicken ranches. Today it exists as a residential community comprised of individuals who commute to the larger surrounding cities.

Population: 57262
Local Newspapers: Alameda Sun Contra Costa Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: California State University

Zip Codes associated with castro valley, california: 94546 94552
Towns/Cities near castro valley, california : Cherryland Ashland San Lorenzo

Castro Valley News
New manager's energetic plans to revitalize Douglas Morrisson Theatre in Hayward

Mary Jo Price is the new manager of Douglas Morrisson Theatre. The Hayward theater recently installed new seats.

Man Charged With Murdering Stockton Man In Oakland Last Week

An Oakland man has been charged with murder for the fatal shooting of a Stockton man in front of his home in East Oakland last week, prosecutors said. Ibrahim Alhorsome, 22, is charged with killing 25-year-old Joshua Smith outside the home in the 1400 block of 74th Avenue at about 8:08 p.m. on Feb. 8. Sgt.

Teen stabbing victim remembered for her fight to survive

Melissa Leonardo, 25, of Modesto , and Daniel Gross, 19, of Modesto, right, were being held in Santa Rita Jail on murder charges in the fatal stabbing of Lizette Andrea Cuesta. Melissa Leonardo, 25, of Modesto , and Daniel Gross, 19, of Modesto, right, were being held in Santa Rita Jail on murder charges in the fatal stabbing of Lizette Andrea Cuesta.

Dying words lead to two suspects

LIVERMORE>> A dying woman found on the side of a rural Alameda County road was able to give investigators enough information to lead them to a pair of suspects before she succumbed to multiple stab wounds early Monday, authorities said. The 19-year-old woman had apparently crawled 100 yards along Tesla Road before she was found and held on long enough to speak with investigators and be airlifted to a hospital.

DA charges Livermore DUI suspect for murder in two deaths

The woman arrested for the deaths of two young women in a DUI crash in November was charged with murder and was scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday afternoon. Lauren Davis, 26, was charged by the Alameda County District Attorney's Office with two counts of murder and two counts of vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated for the deaths of Violet Campbell, 16, who died at the scene on Nov. 22, and Alexys Garcia, 25, of Castro Valley, who died later Nov. 29. Davis was also charged with three counts of DUI causing injuries with priors.

Police identify suspects in brutal Livermore stabbing death

The suspects arrested for the murder of Lizette Cuesta are identified as Daniel Gross, 19, and Melissa Leonardo, 25, both from Modesto. The suspects arrested for the murder of Lizette Cuesta are identified as: -Daniel Gross, Age 19, Modesto, CA -Melissa Leonardo, Age 25, Modesto, CA Both suspects are in custody at Santa Rita Jail.

Stabbing Victim On Tesla Road Is 19-Year-Old Woman

The victim who was found stabbed on Tesla Road in unincorporated Livermore in eastern Alameda County early this morning is a 19-year-old woman, a sheriff's spokesman said. The woman was taken to Eden Medical Center in Castro Valley to be treated for the injuries, which are considered life-threatening, Sgt.

Late Metallica bassist honored in California community

Supervisors in Alameda County named Feb. 10 Cliff Burton Day, in honor of the late bassist of Metallica who was born in Castro Valley south of Oakland. Burton was 24 when he was killed in a bus accident in 1986.

Police Seek Public's Help In Probe Of Fatal Collision

Union City police are asking for the public's help in their investigation of a collision last Saturday morning in which an 83-year-old pedestrian was struck and killed by the driver of a large box truck. Police said the pedestrian, Jose Carmen Ceballos of Union City, was crossing Mission Boulevard at Lafayette Avenue at about 10:40 a.m. on Saturday when he was struck by the box truck.

Bay Fair Bart Station Closed, Service Disrupted

BART officials this morning are reporting service has stopped between San Leandro, Bay Fair, Castro Valley and Hayward on the Warm Springs Line in the Dublin/Pleasanton, Warm Springs, Richmond and Daly City directions due to an equipment problem on the track.

CHP arrests Livermore DUI suspect charged in two deaths

California Highway Patrol officers arrested a woman charged by the Alameda County district attorney's office with murder and manslaughter in connection with a fatal crash last fall, authorities said Thursday. At 3:35 p.m. Thursday, officers carried out an arrest warrant and took Lauren Davis, 26, into custody without incident at a Livermore home, the CHP said.

Alameda Co. Deputies Respond to Report of Small Plane Down

Alameda County deputies on Wednesday evening responded to a report of a small plane going down near Interstate 580 in Castro Valley, according to a tweet from the Sheriff's Office.

Alameda Spelling Bee students go nine rounds - and it comes down to 'rogue'

More than 40 elementary and junior high school students spent a springlike Saturday morning vying to be the Island's top speller at the fourth annual Alameda Spelling Bee. After musical highlights from the Broadway comedy "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," and a written test that whittled down the field of participants to 30 contestants, 12-year-old Thomas McMuldren, a seventh-grader at the Academy of Alameda, became the 2018 Alameda Spelling Bee champion after correctly spelling "rogue."

"Cliff Burton Day" Declared in Late Metallica Bassist's Hometown

Following a successful petition helmed by avid Metallica fans, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors has named February 10 as " Cliff Burton Day" in the Bay Area region of Castro Valley, California. Metallica posted an image of the official proclamation honoring the band's late bass player, who died while on tour with the band in 1986, on Instagram.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a bulk sale is about to be made. The name , business address of the Seller, are: All other business name and address used by the Seller within the past three years, as stated by the Seller , are: None The location in California of the Chief Executive Officer of the Seller is: 500 Jefferson Ave., #308, Redwood City, CA 94063 The assets being sold are described in general as: furniture, fixtures & equipment, leasehold improvements, and all business assets and are located at: 164 University Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94301 The bulk sale is intended to be consummated at the office of: Redwood Escrow Services, Inc., 19131 Redwood Road, Suite E & F, Castro Valley, CA 94546 and the anticipated sale date is 03/01/18 The name and address of the person with whom claims may be filed is: 19131 Redwood Road, Suite E & F, Castro Valley, CA 94546, Phone: 2147-0741, fax: 247-0875, ... (more)

3 great Bay Area spots for Korean fried chicken

Bonchon's spicy fried chicken packs serious heat. The wings, drumsticks and strips are slathered in a super-spicy sauce made from fiery Korean red peppers.

Man hit, killed while crossing Union City street

The man was struck at about 10:40 a.m. while crossing the intersection of Mission Boulevard and Lafayette Avenue, according to Union City police. He was found unconscious and later died at Eden Medical Center in Castro Valley.

New parks director tapped for San Rafael

A Bay Area native with more than 30 years' experience in parks and recreation has been hired as the new community services department director for San Rafael effective Feb. 20. Susan Andrade-Wax, director of community services for the Alameda County city of Pleasanton since 2008, was chosen for the key management spot after a nationwide search, said San Rafael City Manager Jim Schutz. "Susan brings a mix of creativity, new ideas as well as a proven track record in the world of parks and recreation," Schutz said in a written statement.

Hayward area happenings: Black History Month, free film, tax help

A professor of African-American studies at Merritt College will lead a talk on "African-Americans in Times of War" on Sunday as part of Black History Month at the Hayward Area Historical Society museum. Jason Seals' lecture and following discussion will be 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 3 at the museum, 22380 Foothill Blvd. Seals is department chair of ethnic studies at the college.

Revenge motivated Fremont to Castro Valley freeway chase of stolen Berkeley tow truck

A man upset because a vehicle of his was towed previously by a Berkeley tow company led police and CHP officers on a lengthy chase Friday from Fremont to Castro Valley in a flatbed tow truck he stole from the same business, authorities said Tuesday. No one was injured in the Friday morning chase, which began in Fremont and ended with the stolen truck finally stopping on I-580 in Castro Valley after California Highway Patrol officers placed a spike strip on the roadway several miles back on Interstate 680 in Pleasanton.

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