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Located 31 miles east of San Francisco, the Concord area grew grapes, walnuts, wheat, hay, and tomatoes. To the east was the site of some large wheat ranches (over 5,000 acres). During Prohibition, walnut orchards replaced many vineyards. In the northeast section, there is an older residential area of homes dating back to before World War II, whereas, the southeastern area's homes were mostly developed in the 1960s and 1970s.
Local Newspapers: Contra Costa Times
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: California State University
Zip Codes associated with concord, california:
94518 94519 94520 94521 94523
Towns/Cities near concord, california : Pacheco San Vicente Dana Estates Pleasant Hill Clayton Clyde
Concord to Halt 'Cut-Through' Traffic on Streets off Clayton Rd.
At the request of local residents, the City of Concord plans to put measures in place to reduce the number of non-resident vehicles traveling from Clayton Road through neighborhoods located near Treat Boulevard during the weekday morning commute period, 6:30 to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday. Beginning Monday, March 6, new signage posted on Clayton Road will prohibit westbound left turns and/or eastbound right turns at the following intersections during morning commute hours: La Vista Avenue, Cape Cod Way, Bel Air Drive and Marclair Drive.Grayson Introduces Bill to Increase Resident Student Access to the University of California
Assemblymember Tim Grayson , Assemblymember Kevin McCarty , and Assemblymember Catharine Baker introduced Assembly Bill 1674, which they say will ensure that qualified Californian students are not denied admission at UC institutions in favor of less qualified out-of-state students. AB 1674 will specify that when UC campuses admit nonresident undergraduate students, their academic qualifications must, on average, exceed that of resident undergraduate students.Concord: Hit-and-run crash hospitalizes woman, driver sought
The crash happened around 6:30 p.m. on Sunday when the woman was walking in the 1100 block of Meadow Lane, Concord police Sgt. Russ Norris said.The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report - Warrants, Drugs, Shoplifting, Burglary + MORE
Yolanda Cir. Warrant. A 33 year old Clayton female was arrested after being contacted by officers.BART delays around the Bay Area
Police activity near the Balboa station in San Francisco caused a 10-minute delay in the Daly City/Millbrae direction. The Pittsburg station experienced 20-minute delays in the San Francisco and Daly City/Millbrae directions because of track issues in Concord.The Concord Police Weekly Burglary Report - 12 Burglaries Reported Between Feb.9 - Feb.14
Concord had 12 burglaries last week. The week before, Concord also had 21, and before that, Concord had 9 burglaries.Sig-Alert Issued on Hwy.242, I-680 in Concord After Vehicle Collision
A sig-alert has been issued for southbound hwy.242 and southbound I-680 in Concord, just north of the Gregory Lane exit after a big-rig crashed into a tree, and through a fence, according to the CHP.Assemblyman Grayson Forms Informal Caucus to Help Protect the Delta
Assemblymember Tim Grayson announced the formation of an informal Delta Caucus by members of the California State Assembly. The caucus will serve to coordinate policy and actions related to protecting the natural and human resources of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta ecosystem.Seniority: Health fair good start for good care
I'm sure those of you who were around during the '50s will recall Art Linkletter's weekly television show "People Are Funny." I remember it somewhat but have always like the catchy title and still agree "People ARE funny!" Why is it when planning a vacation folks think nothing of spending weeks on end making travel arrangements like where they'll be staying, how much cash they'll need, what tourist attractions they plan to visit, and so on down to the nitty-gritty detail, like who will feed the dog while they are away? When it comes to health, however, it's amazing how many people conveniently put off going in for their annual check-up.Bengaluru Bellandur lake fire: City choked in toxic fumes once again
Bengaluru's Bellandur lake catches fire again. A lot of garbage and construction debris is dumped on the lake bed.Concord Seeks Applicants for City Treasurer
The Concord City Council has opened a recruitment for City Treasurer due to the resignation of Tim McGallian, who was recently appointed to the City Council. The appointee will fill the remaining term of the office of Treasurer, expiring in Dec.2018.Mexico Flag Placed on Radio Station Antenna at Clayton Valley Charter High School in Concord
After a 'Trump - Make America Great Again' flag was hung from the KVHS radio station antenna at Clayton Valley Charter High School over the weekend, someone decided to hang a Mexico flag from the antenna early this morning. At about 12:30 this morning, Concord Police received a call from school security about two people on the roof, near the tower.Concord: Police focus on gangs pays off
Four of Concord's five homicides in 2015 were gang-related, coinciding with a surge in gang activity across Contra Costa County that year. In an effort to curtail gang violence, Concord police are employing a three-pronged approach of education, suppression and intervention.Writer says Community Choice Energy alternative will create jobs in the county
Contra Costa County will be in direct coalition to Community Choice Energy a sustainable choice to cleaner energy usage. They are pleased to announce their plans to bring more unionized jobs that will benefit the CCCounty.In brief: Concord/Pleasant Hill/Martinez news for Feb. 17
The 10-week academy starts Feb. 27, to increase residents' understanding of the Police Department's operations and for them to interact with personnel. The academy is not for students to become police officers, but will give them a better understanding of how the department is organized, the services provided, and how personnel serve the community.Concord: Teen arrested in street robbery, shooting
A man suffered minor injuries and was expected to survive after a street robbery that turned into a shooting Wednesday night, police said. The shots rang out around 9:30 p.m. in the 1100 block of Victory Lane, according to Concord police Lt.Teen arrested after Concord shooting, street robbery
A man was shot when he was allegedly robbed by three suspects, including a 17-year-old, in Concord on Wednesday night. The incident happened at around 9:30 p.m. in the 1100 block of Victory Lane off of Monument Boulevard, according to police.
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