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Fremont is located in the southeast section of the San Francisco Bay Area. Although Fremont is home to one of the largest concentrations of Afghans in the U.S., it also has a high concentration of South Asians, who are mostly employed in Silicon Valley's technology sector. Additionally, Fremont has a large deaf community, mostly due to the proximity of a California School for the Deaf campus.

Population: 213000
Local Newspapers: The Argus
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA) San Francisco 49ers
Local Colleges: Ohlone College

Zip Codes associated with fremont, california: 94536 94538 94539 94555 94560
Towns/Cities near fremont, california : Glenmoor Newark Northgate Centreville Irvington Blacow Niles Mission Valley

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East Bay real estate: As home supply drops, prices keep rising a " by 16 percent in Oakland

The East Bay real estate picture is almost a mirror image of Silicon Valley's. The supply of single-family homes is down, yet competition among buyers is driving sales up and prices keep rising - at times dramatically, including by 16 percent in Oakland during the first half of the year, according to a new report.

Fremont: New city hall shelved, but temporary public plaza still on

Because there's not nearly enough money to pay for it, a plan to give the Fremont Civic Center a major overhaul will be put on hold, city officials told The Argus. A master plan for the 5.7-acre downtown project, approved in 2014 and revised in late 2015, envisions construction of a two-story community center and public plaza beginning this year.

Roadshow: Why toll booths charge for going westbound, but not eastbound

Q: Last Friday, the question was asked about how the toll vs. free direction on Bay Area bridges was determined. You wrote about the year the switch was made to one-direction tolls westbound only, but no explanation of how they chose which directions on each bridge.

Compugraphics Receives Supplier of the Year Award by FUJIFILM Dimatix

Compugraphics, a photomask manufacturer based in the US and UK, and a business operated as a division of MacDermid Enthone Electronics Solutions, was given the prestigious for their West Coast operations. Vishwa Gajendra, Dimatix's Director of Quality, stated that "Compugraphics front-end technical expertise is exceptional."

Arson suspect sought in burning of the American flag in Fremont

Police have released surveillance video that shows the vehicle of a suspect wanted in connection with the burning of a homeowner's American flag this week. Around 7 a.m. Sunday, officers responded to a home near Mission Boulevard and Pickering Avenue to investigate an arson report.

Police: Arsonist burns American flag hanging in front of Fremont home

An arsonist was caught on camera burning an American flag hanging in front of a Fremont home on Sunday, police said. At around 7 a.m., police responded to Mission Boulevard and Pickering Avenue on a report of an arson fire.

Here are five free (or really cheap) ways to have fun in the Bay Area this weekend (July 21-23).

It's free! It's fun! Get used to it, because it's your weekly list of ways to play in the Bay Area without breaking the bank: OK, this is almost free. But c'mon, even the non-techies among us can cough up chump change for Charlie Chaplin.

North San Jose-Milpitas residents petition Trader Joe's to open store in area

North San Jose and Milpitas residents are petitioning Trader Joe's asking for a store to be located in the area. Despite efforts by North San Jose and Milpitas residents to get a Trader Joe's in the area, the "fresh format" grocery chain told the Post this week it does not have any plans in the next two years to open a new location between the cities of Fremont and San Jose.

Fremont: New labor contracts will put city budget in the red

Fremont's new contract agreements with its employees will cost taxpayers roughly $2.6 million more than what was budgeted for this fiscal year, but officials say programs and services won't be cut to accommodate the extra spending. The Fremont City Council on July 11 approved two-year contracts for all nine of the city's labor unions, which include public safety employees, office clerks, managers and maintenance workers, among others.

School district first in Bay Area to consider election change after lawsuit threat

The Dublin Unified School District may be the first school district in the Bay Area to consider changing the way it elects school board trustees after a recent attorney letter demanded a more diverse school board. Kevin Shenkman, who represents Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, sent the district a demand letter last month, urging them to change the current way voters select school board members: at-large versus by a district trustee area.

SoCal law firm targets first Bay Area school district over race bias in elections

The Dublin Unified School District may be the first school district in the Bay Area to consider changing the way it elects school board trustees after a Southern California law firm recently demanded a more diverse school board. Kevin Shenkman, who represents Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, sent the district a demand letter last month, urging them to change the way voters select school board members: at-large instead of by a district trustee area.

Park It: Electric bikes allowed on three East Bay trails

Electric powered modes of transportation have been much in the news lately. In keeping with the trend, the East Bay Regional Park District Board of Directors has approved a one-year pilot program allowing electric-powered bicycles for the first time on three regional trails.

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Since 1979, Charlie Chaplin Days has been celebrated in the Niles district of Fremont. Its origin goes back to 1915, when Charlie Chaplin came to town to work for the Essanay Film Company.

CarMax coming to Pleasant Hill across from Diablo Valley College

Despite some reservations, city leaders on Monday unanimously approved plans for a CarMax Auto Superstore that will pump millions of dollars into a blighted commercial property that has struggled to attract new tenants. "CarMax is not my first choice for this property, but there are no other choices," Councilman Tim Flaherty said, noting the previous failed attempts to redevelop the outdated DVC Plaza shopping center on Contra Costa Boulevard.

Female, black, Latino AP computer science takers double

Female, black, Latino AP computer science takers double The introduction of a new AP computer sciences principles course swells enrollment. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2uECtMH Tyson Navarro, 10, of Fremont, Calif., learns to build code using an iPad at a youth workshop at the Apple store in 2013.

Launch of First Croatian Point of Presence Marks Hurricane...

Hurricane Electric, the world's largest IPV6 native Internet backbone, continues to expand its global network with the opening of its latest Point of Presence in Central Europe at the SRCE Zagreb Data Center. Located at Josipa Marohni a 5 , 10000 Zagreb, Croatia, this is Hurricane Electric's first Point of Presence in the Republic of Croatia.

Junkyard Gem: 1991 Geo Prizm GSi

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