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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.

Population: 121780
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 News
Vegetation Fire Burning on the Old Concord Naval Weapons Station Property

There hasn't been any lightning and the weapon station is closed so how could they have a fire started there Becerra is behind part of the lawsuits to establish California as a sanctuary state. Now, more and more large business that can help the state's Good.

Overturned Vehicle Collision on Alhambra Ave. in Martinez

Geez! Even Nancy Pel00si gets shouted down by friggin illegal aliens! I had to laugh.. but dang! It's like uninvited guests sneak into house and I have similar photos.

Report: Traffic on major freeways has grown 80 percent since 2010

Drivers slogging through Bay Area freeways during the rush-hour commute are crawling along at speeds of less than 35 miles an hour, with traffic congestion up 80 percent since 2010, a new report by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission found. That's a new record for the Bay Area, representing a 9 percent increase over the prior year, or roughly 3.5 minutes per commute.

Under pressure, Safeway vows to update downtown Concord store

City leaders say that for months Safeway ignored their concerns about shoplifting, trespassing and security at the Willow Pass Road supermarket. After discussions with the district manager did not produce results, Mayor Laura Hoffmeister in August sent a letter to a company executive.

The City of Pleasant Hill's Weekly Update

I've worked with the homeless for about 17 years now at various programs. I often talk with the homeless on the street and in the abp - Clearly you haven't experienced "free" socialized medical coverage as it exists in England and Ireland.

The Concord Police Weekly Arrest Report

Feeling sorry for the victims or not, the problem is Concord has a lot of car burglars. More then likely they get a slap on It didn't used to be this way.

Beach Cities Health District Design-build bill awaits Brown's signature

A rendering for a proposed Beach Cities Health District Center for Health and Fitness project, at the corner of Beryl Avenue and Flagler Lane. Image courtesy BCHD A state bill designed to expedite construction of a "Healthy Living Campus" on property owned by the Beach Cities Health District has been approved by the State Legislature and is awaiting Governor Jerry Brown's signature.

Around the Diocese

Getting ready to take part in the Friends of the Poor Walk/Run for St. Vincent de Paul of Contra Costa County are Dante Barsi, Griffin Hunt, Michael Barsi, Dom Armanino, Isabelle Frasca and Sasha Williams. The teens, from Alamo and Danville, are serving as teen coordinators for the fundraising event that begins at 9 a.m. Sept.

City of Walnut Creek to Spend $200,000 a Year on Homeless Services

The Walnut Creek City Council has created a Homeless Services Fund which would give $200,000 a year to programs and activities that address homelessness. Two program will receive that funding in Fiscal Year 2017-18.

Here's Why We Need an SEC Fiduciary Rule

Uncertainty over the DOL fiduciary rule is frustrating, but it presents an opportunity for the SEC to come up with something better, Charles Goldman tells The Wall Street Journal . The SEC "should apply the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 a to every professional providing paid financial advice," says Goldman, the head of AssetMark in Concord, Calif.

How to Find Your Niche in the 3-D Printing Business

No matter how many times you see a 3-D printer in operation, it's a sight to behold. They make for great YouTube videos, no doubt.

The Claycord Online Museum - The Happy Steak on Monument Blvd. in Concord

Who remembers 'The Happy Steak'? It was located at 1450 Monument Blvd. in Concord. They also had a location inside the County East mall in Antioch.

Bay Area County Urges State of California to Ban Distracted Walking

During this afternoon's meeting, the full board unanimously passed Canepa's resolution urging state lawmakers to ban distracted walking. It's about time.

Pop-up art show in East Bay a chance to forge connections with other artists

Each image is zoomed in with the details so enlarged that the viewer may try to guess what the subject is and where it was taken. Using her camera to capture details up close and personal gives viewers, and herself, a chance to zero in on things we typically miss.

Police reports: Concord, Clayton, Pleasant Hill, Martinez for Aug. 31-Sept. 6

Stolen car: A 25-year-old Concord man was arrested on suspicion of taking a vehicle without the owner's consent at 4:50 a.m. in the 2600 block of Willow Pass Road. Arrest: At 7:37 p.m., a Concord man, 52, was arrested in the 1900 block of Bonifacio Street on suspicion of failure to register as a sex offender.

Shoplifting rings targeting Concord retailers

Groups of thieves targeting retailers drove a spike in shoplifting cases during the first six months of the year, crime statistics show. From January to June, there were 45 such incidents in Concord compared with just eight during the same period in 2016.

Alameda County jail scandal: deputies appear in court

Three Alameda County Sheriff's deputies sat together in court Monday, the fourth former deputy in a row behind them, awaiting a hearing for their allegations that include facilitating the throwing of feces at other inmates at Santa Rita Jail. Deputies Justin Linn, 23, of Tracy, and Erik McDermott, 27, of Concord, both dressed in dark suits and ties, are charged with felony assault under the color of authority, witness intimidation, and conspiracy to obstruct justice.

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