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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
Castro Valley schools, groups fight racism

Castro Valley Unified School District Technology Director Peter Cazanis and Castro Valley High School student Rucha Acholkar participate in an Aug. 31 presentation for the Castro Valley Community Alliance at Castro Valley High School. The Castro Valley Community Alliance was formed by the school district over the summer and consists nine county government agencies, community groups, and religious organizations.

East Bay Firefighters Rescue Stray Kitten From Car's Engine

A kitten that was pulled from the engine of a vehicle Wednesday in Castro Valley came out covered in grease, but was ultimately unharmed, Alameda County fire officials said. On Wednesday afternoon, a resident on Stanton Avenue reported that a stray kitten had gotten stuck in the engine area of a vehicle that was not running.

Hayward area happenings: Mariachi festival, coastal cleanup, pooch pool party

The free festival celebrating Mexican Independence Day will have mariachi bands, ballet folklorico dancers, a taco-eating contest, children's activities and an outdoor market with food, beverages and art. Performers include Mariachi Mexicanisimo, Mariachi Tapatio, Mariachi Juvenil de Hayward and Grupo Folklorico Tlapalli dancers.

Fatal crash blocks all w'bound lanes of I-580 near Castro Valley

An accident involving two tractor trailer trucks and a car on westbound I-580 just east of Eden Canyon Road killed one person and closed the highway on September 14, 2017. An accident involving two tractor trailer trucks and a car on westbound I-580 just east of Eden Canyon Road killed one person and closed the highway on September 14, 2017.

Fatal big-rig crash blocks I-580 in Castro Valley, traffic alert issued

Two big rigs collided on Interstate 580 early Thursday morning, killing one person and causing a backup that extended several miles, the California HIghway Patrol said. Officers and investigators were expected to be at the scene for several hours, and many details of the wreck still were being determined, Officer James Evans said.

Photo Flash: Chanticleers Theater Goes Spooky with the Addams Family

A magnificently macabre musical comedy, The Addams Family: A New Musical Comedy will open on October 6, 2017 at Chanticleers Theatre in Castro Valley. The show was created by an award-winning team that includes authors Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice , composer-lyricist Andrew Lippa .

Fall Festival returns to Castro Valley this weekend

The near record-breaking heat wave that passed through the Bay Area during the Labor Day weekend may be over, but a different type of event will be heating up over the next two days on Castro Valley Boulevard. With summer coming to an end in a couple of weeks, the Castro Valley/Eden Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Fall Festival this weekend on Castro Valley's main thoroughfare and commemorate two key milestones: the 45th year of the festival and the chamber's 80th birthday.

Veterans to expand memorial at Castro Valley park

People passing through Castro Valley Community Park may see a larger Veterans Memorial there within a year if a local group moves ahead quickly with plans to expand it. The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9601 has secured the $150,000 needed to expand the memorial and could begin construction in the next 60 days, according to an Aug. 4 letter to Dan Giammona, parks superintendent of Hayward Area Recreation and Park District .

Hayward area happenings: Apple festival, car show, concert in the park, free play

The festival celebrates the area's farming and pioneer past. Garin has an antique orchard festival with varieties of apples not found elsewhere.

Summera s last hurrah: Five Bay Area fairs and fests to check out this weekend, Sept. 9-10

Alfredo Herrera with Aroma Concessions shucks oysters during the Pittsburg Seafood and Music Festival in Pittsburg, Calif., on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016.

Attorney: Nomad 'Mule' released from jail after no charges filed

While Mule was in jail at Santa Rita, the organization Horses Healing Hearts, Inc. took care of his animal mule, Little Girl. Pictured from left to right: Melissa Austin, Laura Vaughn and Kelsey Aguirre The California nomad known as "Mule" was released from the Santa Rita Jail last Friday, with charges dropped right before his arraignment was scheduled to take place.

East Bay man suspected of fatally shooting Northern California deputy dies of wounds

Northern California authorities say a man suspected of killing one law officer and wounding two others has died of his own gunshot wounds. The Sacramento County coroner's office said Saturday that 32-year-old Castro Valley man, Thomas Daniel Littlecloud, had died after being shot three days earlier.

Hayward area cooling centers

Cooling centers are being opened at several Hayward Area Recreation and Park District sites as hot weather hits the area. The district will open cooling centers noon to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday if temperatures go above 90 degrees.

California nomad 'Mule' jailed after arrest in Castro Valley

Mule , shown here with his travel companion mule named Little Girl while traveling through Dublin on Tuesday, was arrested by the CHP in Castro Valley on Wednesday night on suspicion of trespassing and obstructing officers The nomadic man known as "Mule," who passed through the Tri-Valley this week, was arrested Wednesday night in Castro Valley on suspicion of trespassing and obstructing law enforcement. The man, whose given name is John Sears, remains in custody at the Santa Rita Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail and awaits arraignment Friday morning, authorities said Thursday afternoon.

Alameda County gives initial OK to allow more pot shops

County supervisors have given an initial OK to increasing the number of dispensaries allowed in the unincorporated areas from three to five and prohibiting dispensaries in residential and industrial areas. "It would be a disservice to the electorate and constituency of this county to not have regulations in place and I respect people who disagree with me," said Supervisor Nate Miley, whose district includes the unincorporated communities of Cherryland, Castro Valley, Fairview and most of Ashland.

India Garden

The following person doing business as: INDIA GARDEN, 210 ROSE AVE,PLEASANTON, CA 94566, ALAMEDA COUNTY, is hereby registered by the following owner : INDIAN VILLAGE RESTAURANTS INC., 17222 PRESIDENT DR., CASTRO VALLEY, CA 94546. This business is conducted INDIAN VILLAGE RESTAURANTS, INC., a CORPORATION.

Andy's Picnic...One Last Time

The last 60-plus years have seen many a rod run come and go. Some we can't remember but others bring back countless fond memories.

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