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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
Hayward area happenings: Holiday tree lightings, new business, youth hall of fame

San Leandro will have its annual "It's a Wonderful Night" on Dec. 1, which also will include entertainment, dancers, singers, games, cookie decorating, arts and crafts, movies, horse-drawn carriage rides and photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus. The tree lighting will be at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 1 at Estudillo Plaza, followed by other activities until 9 p.m. Hayward will celebrate its "Light Up the Season" in downtown on Dec. 2. Santa and Mrs. Claus will arrive at City Hall by fire truck at 3:30 p.m., and will be available for photos.

Home Plates: The secret to those famous cocktail meatballs

Many of us have labored far too long to make that one dish sure to prompt lavish praise from our holiday guests. I remember painstakingly rubbing the skins off roasted hazelnuts for the filling in a buche de noel that also featured hand-crafted meringue mushrooms.

Fiery crash victim on Interstate 880 identified

The Alameda County Coroner's Office on Monday identified a man who died in a fiery wrong-way freeway crash last month. Samuel Kim, 53, of Castro Valley, died after driving a black 2008 Mercedes-Benz ML350 into the center divide on Interstate 880 just north of the Auto Mall Parkway exit on Oct. 25. The minivan then burst into flames, and the CHP said it ended up on its roof, authorities said.

Hayward area happenings: Veterans Day, demolition derby, recycling, talks, drug-takeback

A memorial service will take place 11 a.m. Nov. 11 at the Castro Valley Veterans Memorial in Castro Valley Community Park, 3683 Quail Ave. Chairs will be provided during the hour-long program, but people also can take their own. Guest speaker will be Sue Alverson of the VFW National Home for Children.

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As the holiday season swiftly approaches, Castro Valleys annual Meet in the Street event and light parade is prepared to greet it with open arms. The event will be taking place for its sixth year on Saturday, November 11 and will include live entertainment along with the communitys beloved light parade.

Castro Valley townhouses near Moose lodge OK'd

A developer has been given the green light to build new homes on a former storage yard off Castro Valley Boulevard near the CineLux Chabot Cinema. Catalyst Development Partners, of San Ramon, plans to build 20 three-story townhouses on a 1.2-acre site, at 20785 and 20985 Baker Road, across the street from the Hayward-Castro Valley Moose Lodge.

Sidewalk Clash in Castro Valley

A battle is brewing in Castro Valley over sidewalks, and neighbors say Alameda County's failure to consider temporary solutions is putting the disabled, children and the elderly at risk. Castro Valley resident Ian Doporto says the lack of sidewalks in his community means he's often forced to travel in the street, where he has to share the road with passing cars.

4 arrested in motorcycle 'sideshow' in Oakland after chase

Approximately 200 motorcycles engaged "sideshow activities" on I-880 southbound Sunday afternoon, according to CHP, while a passenger in a truck filmed the stunts. Approximately 200 motorcycles engaged "sideshow activities" on I-880 southbound Sunday afternoon, according to CHP, while a passenger in a truck filmed the stunts.

Hayward museum pays tribute to Day of the Dead rituals, symbols

Hayward Area Historical Society Curator Diane Curry with Oralia Corona's Day of the Dead altar, part of the exhibit at the society's exhibit. "Catrina" by Erik Quarry is on display in the Day of the Dead exhibit at the Hayward Area Historical Society museum.

BART to require riders to show proof of fare payment

Eager to stiffen its crackdown on an out-of-control fare-evasion problem that's costing BART an estimated $25 million a year, the transit system's Board of Directors voted Thursday night to start a proof of payment system that would require riders to show tickets to fare inspectors or police. Despite earlier concerns about the possibility of biased enforcement, directors unanimously approved an ordinance allowing random fare inspections along with a companion ordinance that permits juveniles to be fined without gaining a criminal record.

Police seek missing Castro Valley woman

Janice Sexton, 76, was last seen around 8 p.m. Monday at her Clifford Court home, the Alameda County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday. Sexton is described as African-American, about 5-foot-1 and 120 pounds with a medium complexion, brown eyes and gray hair.

Suspect, 83, arrested in 2 hit and runs of cyclists

An 83-year-old San Ramon man was arrested in two separate hit-and-run incidents Saturday in Danville that left three cyclists injured. An 83-year-old San Ramon man was arrested in two separate hit-and-run incidents Saturday in Danville that left three cyclists injured.

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