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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
Walnut Creeka s Consignments Plus store closes

Penny Bailey has come to the big Consignments Plus Home Furnishings store north of downtown twice a week for the past several years. Turnover of furniture, art, jewelry and other items was robust enough that she would find lots of new things there even after visiting a few days earlier.

The Plan for the Old Military Helicopters at Buchanan Field in Concord

Once the first explosive device was hurdled into the tight packed crowd of folks attending 'their own rally, one their day' Berkeley PD should have Get both sides of the story before you judge. If someone walks up to you saying I am going to f u up, and is Some guy just drove into a tree on Landana and Larkspur.

Recruitments Open for City of Concord Commission, Committee

The Concord City Council has announced the opening of recruitments for the Concord Commission on Aging and Concord/Pleasant Hill Health Care District Grant Committee. The Commission on Aging is seeking three members to serve four year terms ending June 30, 2021, and one member to fill the remainder of an unexpected vacancy for a term ending June 30, 2019.

Concord Police Arrest Wednesday Night Shooting Suspect

The suspect, 29-year-old Richard Wayne Anderson of Concord, allegedly fired two shots at the victim after an argument in the 2000 block of Pacheco Street at about 10 p.m., according to police. The man wasn't hit by either shot and Anderson was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and booked into jail, police said.

Shooting in Concord follows argument, man arrested

A Concord man is suspected of firing a handgun twice after an argument late Wednesday and was arrested, police said. Officers detained Richard Wayne Anderson, 29, of Concord, after responding to the 2000 block of Pacheco Street around 10 p.m., Concord police Lt.

Walnut Creek City Council Endorses Election Framework in Effort to Form Northgate School District

The Walnut Creek City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to endorse an election framework in the effort to create a new school district out of the existing Mt. Diablo Unified School District.

BART Seeks Feedback on Bike, Pedestrian Access at Planned and Existing Stations

As BART extends it reach deeper into Eastern Contra Costa County, the transit agency is studying ways to improve pedestrian, bike, car and public transit connections to its stations. The "North Concord to Antioch BART Access Study" examines possible new pedestrian and bike routs, crosswalks, parking and pick-up and drop-off areas, among other things.

About to celebrate 106th birthday, Concord woman shares secrets to longevity

A life abundant in fortitude and gratitude are ingredients for longevity for a Concord woman who celebrates her 106th birthday on Saturday. Grilled hamburgers and chocolate sundaes are Katherine Scandissio's celebratory cuisine of choice, and Concord's mayor is slated to pay her a visit at a board and care where she has lived since last August.

1 arrested, another wanted, in Walgreens cosmetics robberies

Police are searching for 23-year-old Syerra Mathis, who they believe is in the Sacramento area, for her alleged involvement in two robberies that occurred at Walgreens stores in Northern California. Police are searching for 23-year-old Syerra Mathis, who they believe is in the Sacramento area, for her alleged involvement in two robberies that occurred at Walgreens stores in Northern California.

Walnut Creek council to vote whether to support Northgate secession

Alisa MacCormac, of Walnut Creek, center speaks with Patty Romine, of Walnut Creek, as her husband Lars Romine, of Walnut Creek, signs a petition with the help of Linda Loza, of Walnut Creek, to split off and secede from Mt. Diablo Unified school district to form their own Northgate school district in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Sunday, Dec. 11, 2016.

One Suspect Arrested, One On The Run After Rash of Robberies at Walgreens

One suspect has been arrested and one is still on the run after a rash of robberies at Walgreens stores throughout Northern California and Nevada, including one in Concord. Kymeshia Parker, a 23-year-old Sacramento resident, has been arrested, but police are still looking for 23-year-old Syerra Mathis , according to Concord Police.

City Plans Workshop on Concord's Rent Review Ordinance

Prediction- No way this gets approved by the County and State boards of education. It will be be looked upon as economic and racial discrimination Just 1 more place to get robbed and mugged in Concord... what needs to happen is for Concord to getbtough on the gangs and make They just now thought about magnets?!?!?! : Is it strange that the city staff said they don't have an opinion on this requested resolution, and the Education Committee takes no action Hola: That may be closer to the truth than even you meant.

Bay Area cities choosing mediation over rent control

As the divisive debate over rent control spread across the Bay Area last year, city leaders settled on mediation as a compromise between tenants seeking relief from soaring housing costs and landlords averse to capping rent increases. In March 2016, Alameda adopted an ordinance that requires landlords to notify the city's Rent Review Advisory Committee of increases greater than 5 percent.

St. Joe's Cooper Teare caps great series of runs

Cooper Teare crossed the finish line to a giant groan from the crowd at El Camino College in Torrance on Friday. He immediately dropped to his knee before flopping on his back.

BART plaza renovation connects Concord station, downtown

BART and the city of Concord are rolling out the red carpet for passengers going to the city's downtown from the station with a $3.2 million project that was dedicated Monday. BART is rebuilding the station's plaza, adding a walkway that connects with Grant Street leading to downtown, agency and city officials said at the dedication ceremony.

Power Surges Likely Caused BART Shutdown Last Friday

Power surges likely caused a shutdown on BART's Pittsburg/Bay Point line Friday afternoon, and the agency is trying magnets as a possible fix, a BART spokesman said today. That disruption put 22 railcars out of service, forcing riders to transfer to shuttle trains between the North Concord and Pittsburg/Bay Point stations.

Mysterious power surges return to BART; agency thinks it has identified the problem

BART officials now believe metallic dust is to blame for the mysterious power surges that knocked out nearly two dozen train cars Friday between two East Bay stations. BART workers first started noticing problems with the cars at around 10:30 a.m. between the North Concord/Martinez and Pittsburg/Bay Point stations, said spokesman Jim Allison.

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