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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
Dr. King's birthday: Better late than never

The Tri-Valley YMCA will hold its 17th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. fellowship breakfast Monday with former Dublin Mayor Tim Sbranti as host. The breakfast observance at the DoubleTree hotel in Pleasanton comes a week later than the national holiday.

Student holds onto tree in freezing water for 12 hours after...

A student survived a car crash that tragically killed her best friend by holding onto a tree in freezing water for 12 hours. Best friends Natalie Griffin and Jenna Santos were driving home to Castro Valley, California, along Highway 101 on Wednesday evening when the car veered off the road and into Outlet Creek in Mendocino County.

Alameda County to add freeway overpass murals

On any given day, there are likely hundreds of people who know neither the name nor the boundaries of Castro Valley, Cherryland, Ashland and San Lorenzo as they drive through those communities. That could change in the next two years with the advancement of Alameda County Arts Commission's plan to have the four communities' names painted on the sides of freeway overpasses that intersect well-traveled thoroughfares.

New Year's Eve on the run

With a horn blast, Jasmin Fiandaca, left, marks the beginning of the 5K run at Brazen Racing's New Year's Eve event at Fremont's Quarry Lakes. The event featured half-marathon, 10K, and 5K races.

New commander to lead Dublin-area CHP office

Sherry, who has previously served as commander of the CHP's San Francisco and Castro Valley offices, said in a statement that he is honored to serve the Tri-Valley region: "As the leader of the Dublin CHP Area office, I am blessed to work with such fine men and women who are dedicated to public service. I hope to assist officers in serving our community, saving lives, and building public trust," Sherry said.

Castro Valley: None hurt in I-580 off-ramp shooting

At 11:50 a.m., Alameda County sheriff's deputies received word of a shooting between a bronze sport-utility vehicle and a silver hatchback on the eastbound Interstate 580 off-ramp for Redwood Road, Sgt. Ray Kelly said.

Gunfire reported on I-580 off-ramp in Castro Valley

Investigators are looking into two cars that were apparently involved in a shooting on a highway off-ramp in Castro Valley Wednesday morning, according to the Alameda County Sheriff's Office. The shooting was reported around 11:50 a.m. at the Redwood Road off-ramp from eastbound Interstate Highway 580 near the Castro Valley BART station, said sheriff's Sgt.

Gunfire on Interstate 580 closes Castro Valley off-ramp

The California Highway Patrol shut down the Redwood Avenue exit on eastbound Interstate 580 just after noon Wednesday due to gunfire. The California Highway Patrol shut down the Redwood Avenue exit on eastbound Interstate 580 just after noon Wednesday due to gunfire.

Flaming TV displaces four in house fire

Four people were displaced in the Castro Valley area of unincorporated Alameda County Friday when an electrical issue caused a TV to ignite, leading to an early morning residential structure fire, according to firefighters. Firefighters responded to an address in the 18000 block of Stanton Avenue in unincorporated Alameda County at 4:37 a.m. Smoke alarms did not go off, but the flaming TV was near a window that broke as a result of the heat - waking up one of the residents.

Attorney: Man in Target fatal stabbing acted in self-defense

The attorney for the man who's accused of fatally stabbing a 36-year-old man at a Target store in Hayward on Christmas Eve said Friday that he believes his client was acting in self-defense and will be fully exonerated. Defense lawyer Daniel Shriro, who represents 25-year-old Jesse Archuleta, said the police report about the stabbing of Tyrone Griffin of Hayward in the toy aisle of the Target store at 2499 Whipple Road at about 8 p.m. on Saturday indicates that Griffin started the fight by hitting Archuleta's brother, 22-year-old Frankie Archuleta, over the head with a wine bottle.

Meals on Wheels is a reliable friend to Alameda County seniors

The native Oaklander has been receiving Meals on Wheels for about a decade and counts on it for companionship as much as nutritious meals. "As you get older, you don't have as many friends, and you get lonely.

Exhibit showcases Castro Valley through time

Before any of the roads along Castro Valley Boulevard were paved and many of the homes in the area built up, there was a time when Castro Valley was known for its chicken ranches and served as a key stop for ranchers and merchants making their way to the bay. Castro Valley native and local historian Lucille Lorge still remembers hearing stories about her great-grandfather, Henry Thomford, who operated a way station where Trader Joe's at Redwood Road and Grove Way now sits.

Mug shots released of Hayward Target murder suspects

On Saturday at 8:26 p.m., officers received a report of a stabbing inside the Target located at 2499 Whipple Road, police said. When officers arrived they found a 36-year-old man suffering from stab wounds.

Police investigate fatal stabbing inside Target store, 2 arrested

Police are investigating a fatal stabbing that took place inside a Hayward Target store on Christmas Eve, according to police. Police are investigating a fatal stabbing that took place inside a Hayward Target store on Christmas Eve, according to police.

Deadly stabbing inside Hayward Target on Christmas Eve

Two men were arrested after a man was stabbed to death inside of a Hayward Target on Christmas Eve, according to police. On Saturday at 8:26 p.m., officers received a report of a stabbing inside the Target located at 2499 Whipple Road, police said.

Fairview could get its own advisory board

Fairview residents may get more say on neighborhood issues by next month, when county supervisors are to decide whether the hillside community should have its own advisory board. Creating a five-member Fairview Municipal Advisory Council, similar to those in Castro Valley and Sunol, would allow appointed resident leaders to weigh in on proposed developments and other county matters.

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