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About: newark, california

Newark is located in central California near the San Francisco Bay Area. The city is an enclave of Fremont, meaning that it is completely surrounded by Fremont. The city was incorporated as a city of California in September of 1955. The Cargill Salt company operates a salt refinery in Newark. The company cleans solar salt that is produced in salt evaporation ponds located in the nearby San Francisco Bay. Notable residents of Newark have included drummer Paul Bostaph (Slayer) and comedian Christopher Titus.

Population: 47471
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Examiner
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Ohlone College Newark Center for Health Science and Technology

Zip Codes associated with newark, california: 94560
Towns/Cities near newark, california : Jarvis Landing Ardenwood Cabrillo

Newark News
Police calls: Menlo Park woman makes payments, gets nothing in return

This information is from the Menlo Park Police Department and the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. Under the law, people charged with offenses are considered innocent unless convicted.

Rejected man threatens woman, police standoff ensues

Police determined Maea Manu had tried to hit on the victim, then allegedly threw beer bottles at her and threatened to kill her when she turned him down. Police determined Maea Manu had tried to hit on the victim, then allegedly threw beer bottles at her and threatened to kill her when she turned him down.

Kateeva Expands Silicon Valley Headquarters; Doubles Manufacturing...

The company has leased an adjacent building at its Newark campus, adding 75,000 sq. ft. that is zoned for manufacturing and business operations.

Menlo Park: Downtown furniture store to close soon

Morgan Interior Design, owner of the Home furniture store at 789 Santa Cruz Ave. in downtown Menlo Park, will close the shop later this spring so the company can focus on interior design and staging work, according to business owner Blair Morgan. That, coupled with the loss of some employees who had helped to run the store, made closing the Menlo Park location it has called home for five years a bittersweet but logical choice, he said.

NewPark mall is the latest shopping center to reinvent itself with...

As malls increasingly add activities and dining options to their retail offerings, the recently renovated NewPark Mall is about to unveil a massive new entertainment complex that is slated to bring hundreds of jobs to the area. John's Incredible Pizza, a California-based chain of family entertainment centers, is expanding its footprint and opening its first location in the East Bay.

Man, 26, who died in crash identified

A man who died when the car he was in crashed into a cement drainage outlet along state Highway 84 in Menlo Park early Saturday morning has been identified as 26-year-old Jonathan Ferguson, according to the San Mateo County Coroner's Office. Ferguson, a Newark resident, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, which occurred at about 3:15 a.m. on the highway's eastbound lanes just east of Chilco Street, according to police.

Newark: Three theft suspects arrested in two incidents

Three suspects were in Santa Rita Jail after quick responses from citizens and officers led to arrests Sunday, police said. At 3:39 a.m., an officer responded to a call reporting the sounds of breaking gas and car alarms in the 36800 block of Cherry Street near Dairy Avenue.

Letter writer says Sessions lied to Congress, must resign

The incoming administration is so full of lies and secrecy that even after a few weeks, they are unable to do their job of governing because they are busy covering their lies, answering questions about scandals, attacking the truth, inventing stories. The latest scandal is the fact that Jeff Sessions, the new Attorney General, perjured himself before Congress during his confirmation hearings.

Newark: Three arrested for armed robbery at shoe store

The armed robbery occurred Thursday at 1:34 p.m. at the Shoe Palace, which is located inside the Newark Mall at 1074 Newark Mall. A man showed a handgun to employees of the shoe store and stole three pairs of Nike Jordan shoes and then ran into an awaiting vehicle, last seen driving on Mowry Avenue, police said.

What if the Oroville Dam had collapsed?

In December 1963, the Baldwin Hills Reservoir failed and millions of gallons of water flowed into a heavily populated residential area, where 277 homes were destroyed and five people were killed./ SHUTTERSTOCK.COM If California's Oroville Dam were to collapse, an estimated $21.8 billion of building value would be at risk in an area where many of the communities are uninsured, Risk Management Solutions Inc. said Friday. The Newark, California-based catastrophe risk modeler produced two "what-if" scenarios that simulated what might happen if the Northern California dam either collapses suddenly or experiences a controlled breach.

Fremont, Union City mull expanding fees for affordable housing

Fremont and Union City are reevaluating the affordable housing impact fees they charge developers, with the goal of generating more revenue to create additional housing. The Union City City Council voted Tuesday to accept the findings of a new study that clarifies how development of market-rate homes and commercial space can create a bigger need for affordable housing, according to the staff report.

Transient man arrested shoplifting

A man inside a Big Lots store where employees observed him stealing merchandise around 2:07 p.m. located at 5453 Thornton Ave., contacted Newark police who dispatched to the store.

Newark police find stolen car after reported theft

It happened around 7 p.m. when the officer went to the Sears department store at the NewPark Mall on Mowry Ave. The officer found a stolen 2017 RAV4 in the parking lot while he was investigating. Inside the car, the police officer found stolen items from inside the Sears store.

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