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Colonel Jonathan Stevenson bought the Rancho Los Medanos land grant to construct a town which he named New York Landing. When coal was discovered nearby, the town changed its name to Black Diamond, after a mining firm. In 1911 citizens of the town voted to change the name to Pittsburg in honor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The name was selected because of the relationship that the city had with the steel building industry.

Population: 56769
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Zip Codes associated with pittsburg, california: 94565
Towns/Cities near pittsburg, california : Bay Point Los Medanos McAvoy Diamond Cornwall

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Federal Glover: Highway camera funding welcomed

Since Nov. 1, 2015, there have been 87 shootings on Bay Area freeways in which eight people died - all of them in Contra Costa County - and 39 others were injured, according to the CHP. So far this year there have been 21 shootings.

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Liz Guneratne has been named project lead for the network schools of the Diocese of Oakland. Seven schools - St. Elizabeth Elementary and St. Anthony in Oakland; St. Paul in San Pablo; St. Cornelius in Richmond; St. Peter Martyr in Pittsburg; Queen of All Saints in Concord; and St. Catherine of Siena in Martinez - are in the network, whose formation was announced in January.

Pittsburg man charged in connection to string of car fires in Contra Costa County

A Pittsburg man has been arrested in connection to the string of car fires in Contra Costa County, officials announced Wednesday. The Contra Costa County District Attorney has charged Bishop with nine counts of arson to property, eight counts of use of an accelerant to set a fire and one count of arson to an inhabited structure.

East Bay serial arson suspect ID'd as Pittsburg man

A 36-year-old Pittsburg man was identified Wednesday as the alleged arsonist behind a string of frightening vehicle and structure fires around Contra Costa County in recent weeks. James Bishop III was charged by the Contra Costa County district attorney's office with one count of arson to an inhabited structure, nine counts of arson to property and eight counts of using an accelerant to set fire, said Capt.

East Bay serial arson suspect ID'd as Pittsburg man

A 36-year-old Pittsburg man was identified Wednesday as the alleged arsonist behind a string of frightening vehicle and structure fires around Contra Costa County in recent weeks. James Bishop III was charged by the Contra Costa County district attorney's office with one count of arson to an inhabited structure, nine counts of arson to property and eight counts of using an accelerant to set fire, said Capt.

Supervisor Glover praises installation of Highway 4 surveillance cameras following shootings

Since Nov. 1, 2015, there have been 87 shootings on Bay Area freeways in which eight people died - all of them in Contra Costa County - and 39 others were injured, according to the CHP. The Department of Transportation has pledged between $1.5- to $2-million for the installation of high-tech surveillance equipment on Highway 4 between west and east Contra Costa County.

On Tap: James Taylor tribute band at Antioch's El Campanil

Nayeli Roman, of Pittsburg, left, Liz Rogers-Beckley, of Emeryville, center, and Trekina White, of Antioch, play the dynamites as Pittsburg Community Theatre rehearses for the 1960s musical "Hairspray" in Pittsburg, Calif., on Thursday, May 4, 2017. The play will open Friday May 12 at 8p.m. at the California Theatre.

Passenger Killed in Crash After Weekend Police Pursuit Identified

A Pittsburg woman who was killed in an SUV involved in a chase that started in Clayton on Saturday has been identified by the Contra Costa County coroner's office. Maria Gaglione, 24, was a passenger in the vehicle that police allegedly chased at speeds in excess of 80 mph, according to the coroner's office.

Pittsburg woman dead after police car chase

A police chase in Concord on Saturday ended in the death of a 24-year-old Pittsburg woman who was the passenger in a stolen car being pursued by police, according to the Clayton Police Department . The chase began around 3 p.m. when Clayton police officers were dispatched to a report of a white female looking into vehicles at the Clayton Station Shopping Center .

Antioch woman arrested after police chase turns deadly

An Antioch woman was arrested by Saturday in Concord on suspicion of vehicle theft, evading police, and vehicular manslaughter in connection with a chase that killed a Pittsburg woman, police said. The incident started in Clayton around 3:08 p.m. when police responded to the Clayton Station Shopping Center to reports of someone snooping around the parked cars.

Free fresh produce offered to low-income Contra Costa residents

Free fresh produce is being made available to low-income patients and residents twice a month at health centers in West Contra Costa and Pittsburg. Produce will be available starting this week at the West County Health Center, 13601 San Pablo Ave. in San Pablo, from 2 to 3 p.m. on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month.

Borenstein: Eighth deadly freeway shooting sparked new state response

Emergency personnel investigate the scene of a 2016 shooting on Highway 4 that killed Shanique Marie, a 25-year-old mother of four. When DeMarcus Doss was shot in March while driving on Interstate 80 in Richmond, he became the eighth Bay Area freeway gunfire fatality in just 18 months.

On Tap: 'Reluctant Dragon' in Antioch; 'Hairspray' in Pittsburg

Victoria Lanter, Nathan Abilla, and Drew Morganstein rehearse for El Campanil Children's Theatre's "The Reluctant Dragon" playing May 12 and 13 at El Campanil Theatre in Antioch. Courtesy Amy Morganstein El Campanil presents 'Reluctant Dragon' ANTIOCH - El Campanil Children's Theatre will present "The Reluctant Dragon" at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at El Campanil Children's Theatre, 602 W. Second St. The Reluctant Dragon is a peaceful fellow who likes tea, poetry and an afternoon snooze.

Fringe festival in Contra Costa in the works

Harking back to the movement's origins in 1947, when the first Edinburgh Festival Fringe disrupted a curated international festival with nonjuried presentations by eight theater groups operating "on the fringe," the phenomenon has continued and spread worldwide. Seventy years later, the three-week extravaganza in Scotland's capital city features over 50,000 performances and 3,269 shows in nearly 300 venues.

State pledges funds for freeway cameras in wake of shootings

The state has pledged funds to install cameras and related equipment along two major highways between Richmond and Antioch that have been plagued with dozens of shootings over the past 18 months. A California State Transportation Agency official recently confirmed the milestone in a multiagency effort to prevent the violence that has killed and injured motorists on Interstate-80 and Highway 4. "Once the communication connections were made it was very impressive," said Contra Costa County Senior Deputy District Attorney Mary Knox, who has been garnering bipartisan support from state lawmakers for the public safety project.

East Contra Cost police calls list DUI, thefts, burglaries and more

Shooting: At 1:41 a.m., a call came in to police that a person was just shot in the chest in the 400 block of K St. Burglary: At 3:04 a.m., a caller in a home on the 4600 block of Shannondale Drive alerted police through a panic button on a key fob that a person was walking around in their backyard and trying to get into the home through the garage door. Robbery: At 1:04 p.m., police were alerted to an assault and theft on the 5000 block of Wagon Wheel Way.

Curtain Calls by Sally Hogarty: O'Neill Foundation's twin productions

I'm always amazed at the diversity offered by the Eugene O'Neill Foundation. The organization finds impressive ways to pair O'Neill's work with others for very informative and entertaining theatrical events.

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