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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

Fremont News
Facing reports of allergic reactions to uniforms, American Airlines will look for new manufacturer

American Airlines has announced it will order new uniforms for its staff after receiving hundreds of reports of allergic reactions to the material. American Airlines has announced it will order new uniforms for its staff after receiving hundreds of reports of allergic reactions to the material.

Wedding brawl in Fremont could lead to banquet hall's closure

The Royal Palace Banquet Hall violated eight safety and security provisions in its conditional use permit the night a big wedding party brawl broke out in its parking lot last month, Fremont officials say. As a result, the Fremont Planning Commission on July 13 is scheduled to consider revoking or modifying the business' permit.

Interrupted Fremont burglary nets weed grow, two suspects

A marijuana grow was discovered inside a house that had been burglarized early Tuesday and two Oakland men were arrested for the break-in, police said Wednesday. How much marijuana was found inside the house on Lake Mead Drive was not immediately released and police did not say how sophisticated the grow operation was.

Correction: Cattle drive 'mooves' through downtown Pleasanton to kick off Alameda County Fair

A story on June 17 about the cattle drive in Pleasanton incorrectly reported that Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty's district includes Pleasanton. It includes Livermore, Dublin, parts of Fremont and incorporated areas.

Hotelsoft Expands its Development Center, Enhances Offerings

Hotelsoft Inc. , a Silicon Valley startup focused on the hospitality industry recently moved its development center to a larger state of the art 16,000 sqft facility in Bengaluru and the HSMAI Revenue Optimization Conference in Toronto from June 27-29. The company also offers revenue management professional services and custom software development.

Fremont Police Take Two Burglary Suspects Into Custody

Fremont police have captured two burglary suspects who attempted to break into homes on Lake Candlewood in Fremont. Police said that a resident on Lake Mead Drive called 911 around 2:30 a.m. to report that someone was breaking into a neighboring house.

Tesla near deal for first factory in China, report says

Tesla Inc. is close to an agreement to produce vehicles in China for the first time, giving the electric-car maker better access to the world's largest auto market, according to people familiar with the matter. The agreement with the city of Shanghai would allow Tesla to build facilities in its Lingang development zone and could come as soon as this week, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the negotiations are private.

A llama escaped from Vacaville and was rescued by sheriff's deputies.

Deputies were brought in to catch a wayward llama in Vacaville, Calif., on June 19. The video is sped-up. When a llama got loose in Vacaville on Monday, deputies from the Solano County Sheriff's Office were on the scene.

AceForward community meetings

Tonight in Santa Clara Monday June 19th, and later this week in Fremont and Livermore, the Altamont Commuter Express team is hosting community open houses discussing the Environmental Impact Report for their ACEForward plan. The comment deadline for the EIR is 60 days after May 31, so the end of July.

Inchina s Bamboo expands to San Ramon, San Mateo, Fremont

What fan of spicy food can resist dishes called the Devil's Choice or Manchurian Cauliflower? That's the sort of Asian fusion cuisine - Chinese meets Indian, with Thai and Malaysian influences - for which Inchin's Bamboo Garden is known. In downtown San Mateo, Inchin's took over the space at 139 South B St. that for years had been home to the Italian restaurant Osteria Coppa.

Recycling centers continue to struggle, driving California recycling rates down

In a state that prides itself as a global leader in protecting the environment, recycling rates for beverage containers have dropped to their lowest point in almost a decade amid the continued closure of centers that pay for bottles and cans and the fallout from changes to California's recycling program. Beyond the environmental concerns, the financial effects are also growing - pinching large supermarket chains and low-income, and even homeless, residents alike.

Fremont: Council OK's $2 million-plus for police evidence storage, security gate

The Fremont City Council approved spending over $2 million to install a new security gate around this fueling station next to the police department campus, and for a new police evidence storage facility for large property. Fremont will spend more than $2 million to construct a new police evidence storage facility and install a security gate around a fueling station next to the police department at 2000 Stevenson Blvd. The City Council approved those upgrades Tuesday as part of the city's five-year capital improvement plan, which includes $191 million for various city projects such as street maintenance and park improvements from fiscal years 2017-18 through 2021-22.

Tesla's real capacity problem? Too many employees

On the left is the original wind-tunnel buck used for Tesla Roadster aerodynamic testing. On the right, the first test-mule Tesla Roadster, which makes it the very first Tesla car ever built.

Party for the Dubs in Oakland, but get there on public transit

Getting to and from the Warriors' big party in downtown Oakland on Thursday will require a bit of planning and plenty of patience. With hundreds of thousands of people expected to descend on the parade route and rally site, dozens of streets will be closed, and people are advised to leave their cars behind and take public transportation.

How to bid on a The Desert Was Homea by Elizabeth Campbell, a memoir of early days of Twentynine Palms

Two first editions are up for bids in the current silent auction of old and rare books sponsored by the Friends of A.K. Smiley Public Library. They are "The Desert Was Home" by Elizabeth W. Crozer Campbell and "Exploring With Fremont: The Private Diaries of Charles Preuss, Cartographer for Fremont on His First, Second and Fourth Expeditions to the Far West," translated and edited by Erwin G. and Elisabeth K. Gudde.

Senior prank results in vandalism, swastika graffiti

Some high school students in Fremont are under fire after a senior prank resulted in vandalism and graffiti that included a swastika, according to KRON4's Rob Fladeboe. The senior prank is a tradition for graduating seniors to leave their mark or participate in some kind of prank at Irvington High School.

Pedestrian killed in collision with car in Fremont

Fremont Boulevard between Mowry and Capitol avenues in Fremont is open again following an investigation into a fatal collision involving a pedestrian Wednesday morning, according to police. At about 7:30 a.m., a woman was crossing Fremont Boulevard in the crosswalk when she was struck by a vehicle making a right turn out of the Fremont Hub Shopping Center, according to police.

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