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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.
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PCT show celebrates holiday customs from around the world
Christmas is celebrated across the world in some fashion, with special music and customs that herald the season. On Dec. 17, Pittsburg Community Theatre invites everyone to journey around the world with its third annual "Christmas Time Is Here," listening to songs both familiar and new, learning customs and hearing stories, all told by a "nutty gang" of kids.Bay Area Freeway Security Expands After Over 100 Shootings In 2 Years
Gunfire has erupted on Bay Area freeways more than 100 times in the past 2 years. Now police are fighting back with a new surveillance system.In this Issue
Xavier Ordonez, Andrew Rodriguez, Samantha Ledesma, Madden Arroyo-Belleci and Cassydee Guinto were among the pupils at St. Peter Martyr School in Pittsburg who participated in a Thanksgiving Food Drive to help needy families at St. Ignatius of Antioch Parish in Antioch. Michael Sahlman's fourth-graders at St. Philip Neri School in Alameda heeded St. Vincent de Paul of Alameda County's call for needed socks.Pittsburg boy's voice is opening doors in music world
Jasmine Strange sang to her son before he was born and named him Cadence as an expression of her love for music. Before he could talk he already seemed to share that artistic bent: Cadence's grandmother was singing him a lullaby one day when a distraction caused her to stop before the end of the verse.Sheriff boycotts county Public Protection Committee meeting on...
With neither Sheriff-Coroner David Livingston nor one of his representatives in attendance at a meeting of the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors' Public Protection Committee on Thursday, there was more concern as to why the sheriff wasn't in attendance than the topic at hand: the possibility the county could lose up to $24.7 million in federal assistance. Representatives from the District Attorney's Office, Public Defender's Office, Probation, Employment and Human Services, and County Administrator were present at the committee meeting conducted by Supervisor John Gioia of Richmond and attended by Supervisor Federal Glover of Pittsburg.After seven-month manhunt, East Bay gang murder suspect nabbed in Mississippi
A Bay Area resident who was wanted in connection with a Pittsburg killing is being arraigned on murder charges this week, after authorities caught up with him in Mississippi. Pittsburg police released this photo of Giovante Boyd, who is sought in connection with a fatal drive-by shooting in Pittsburg, March 5, 2017.Bay Areaa s dangerous roads: Fatal crashes up 43 percent from 2010 to 2016
'We're not out of the woods yet': Some Skirball fire evacuation orders lifted after fire destroys 6 Bel-Air homes, burns 475 acres California Highway Patrol investigates a morning commute fatal accident that involved seven cars on Highway 4 west of Railroad Avenue in Pittsburg, Calif., on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017. The 22-year-old woman driving the grey Nissan sedan died at the scene and the driver and passenger of the Chevy Tahoe were transported to the hospital with major injuries.Overturned vehicle on Highway 4 in Pittsburg slows traffic
The crash in the westbound direction happened just west of the Loveridge Road exit just before 7 a.m., the California Highway Patrol said. Early reports confirmed by the CHP indicated two children were out of the vehicle immediately after the crash.Mental and Physical Toughness Tested at Addathon Iron Man Sturgeon Derby
The bi-annual Addathon Iron Man Sturgeon Derby returned to the California Delta on the rainy and windy weekend of November 4th and 5th, but it didn't stop the competing teams from catching mind-blowing numbers of sturgeon. 119 under-size, 104 slot-size, and 24 over-sized sturgeon were landed by 28 two-man teams for a whopping total of 247 sturgeon, according to the derby director, Andy Doudna.Separate a oeNutcrackera productions coming to Pittsburg, Antioch
"The Nutcracker" is a wonderful holiday tradition for the whole family. Everyone has their favorite moment, whether it's the snow scene, the Spanish dancers, or something as small as the dolls coming to life, and it would be hard to beat the sight of kids' eyes lighting up when it snows on stage or when the battle scenes take place with the mice chasing the soldiers.To lure new hires, Pittsburg Unified plans 68 apartments in Old Town
In an effort to make itself more attractive to new teachers, the Pittsburg Unified School District is looking to build 68 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments for staff on the site of the old Riverside Continuation High School. The preliminary plan for 68 units of workforce housing in the southeast corner of Rilroad Avenue and East 10th Street was reviewed by the Planning Commission on Tuesday.Retired educator, civic leader named Pittsburg's Citizen of the Year
Bob Beck, educator, philanthropist, and life-long learner, was awarded the title of Citizen of the Year at the annual Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce Luncheon on Wednesday. Beck has served the Pittsburg community in a number of ways, but is best known as the principal of the Pittsburg Adult Education Center and the motto he gave it: "Dedicated to life-long learning."Plus: The diesel BART line between Antioch and Pittsburg-Bay Point will open around Memorial Day.
People can ask others for money on BART but soliciting is not permitted. Is there a law against soliciting on BART? Does BART monitor what happens on trains? Do passengers have any recourse? I just want a quiet ride.Good Neighbors by Faith Barnidge: Traditions of giving by groups, volunteers, businesses
The De La Salle lacrosse teams raised funds to provide and deliver more than 150 turkeys for food baskets for needy families through the Food Pantry at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Concord. It is a cause they have supported for more than eight years, organized by De La Salle lacrosse Coach Mark Perlite.Delta Datelines: Salvation Army Christmas fundraiser ongoing
Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court #1450: 5:30-8 p.m. Dec. 2 Winter Dance Party Fundraiser, Good Shepherd Hall, 3200 Harbor St. in Pittsburg. Line dancing, stocking raffle, refreshments for sale.Developments in Development: Exclusion
I'm sure you'll be shocked - shocked - to learn that gentrification in the Mission is at an advanced stage. using 2013 data detailing the level of gentrification of various neighborhoods in the region.Multi-car crash closes down major commute road connecting Pittsburg, Concord
The California Highway Patrol shut down a section of a major commute bypass that runs through east and central Contra Costa County early Wednesday after a multi-car crash, the agency said. The crash about 7 a.m. in the southbound direction of Bailey Road appears to have involved three vehicles, the CHP said.How one Bay Area woman helps rescue hundreds of human trafficking victims and missing teens
On a recent Wednesday afternoon, Pittsburg police civilian service specialist Louise Reeves sat down at her computer and pulled up an online page advertising prostitution services. Louise Reeves photographed at the Pittsburg, Calif., police department on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017.Water rates may go up in Pittsburg to pay for county, PG&E increases and pipe replacement
The city has proposed a 6 percent increase to water rates to pay for increases in costs of water from the county and electricity from PG&E as well as upgrades to failing infrastructure. The increase in monthly bills will amount to less than $4 if the home uses less than the average of 900 cubic feet, or around 6,700 gallons, of water a month.Grease, oils are plumbing enemy No. 1 during holidays
Delta Diablo Sanitation District is reminding area residents not to get rid of greasy leftovers from their Thanksgiving meal by washing them down the kitchen sink drain or stuffing them into the garbage disposal, which can result in clogged pipes and an emergency call to the plumber. The usual holiday foods - turkey, ham, gravy, potatoes and sauces - along with salad dressing, vegetable and olive oils, baked goods and dairy products are all sources of the culprits that Delta Diablo refers to as "FOG."
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