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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
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly Brentwood News
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers

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

Pittsburg News
Photos: Pittsburg celebrates Cesar Chavez

Students from Pittsburg High march during a Cesar Chavez celebration, rally and march in front of City Hall in Pittsburg, Calif., on Saturday, March 25, 2017. Citizens held a rally and then marched to Marina Vista Elementary School where the celebration continued with entertainment and a health fair, among other things.

Contra Costa: Children's show a reminder of excitement of live theater

Attending East Bay Children's Theatre's production of "That's Our Snow White!" in Orinda this past weekend reminded me how exciting live theater can be. Watching little ones' surprise and amazement as they see their first production certainly brings home just how important theater can be in the lives of many.

On Tap: a Snow Whitea spoof plays Pittsburg

Snow White's stepmother, the maniacal Queen plots an absurdist evil deed in the madcap musical "That's Our Snow White!" playing March 26 at theCalifornai Theatre in Pittsburg. Courtesy East Bay Children's Theatre Preservation Hall Jazz Band set to play Pittsburg PITTSBURG - The Preservation Hall Jazz Band will perform at the California Theatre at 8 p.m. April 15 at 351 Ralroad Ave. The band derives its name from Preservation Hall, the venerable music venue in the heart of New Orleans' French Quarter, founded in 1961 by Allan and Sandra Jaffe.

Pittsburg to honor Cesar Chavez with march and celebration

Cesar Chavez fought for social justice with a simple philosophy that declared 'Si se puede!' - Yes you can! He believed that the lifting up of one person enriches the community and strengthens the nation. His gift of growing a small movement of farm workers into a 17 million-strong La Causa boycott of table grapes and some of the first farm worker contracts ensured that his work would live on.

Group wants Pittsburg to become a sanctuary for illegal immigrants

Some residents are urging Pittsburg's City Council to declare that it will not support federal efforts to deport illegal immigrants. A grass-roots group calling itself the Pittsburg Sanctuary Organizing Committee plans to present the City Council on Monday with a petition asking it to adopt a policy of not cooperating with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials in their attempts to deport residents or investigate their immigration status.

Delta Datelines: Cesar Chavez march and health care fair among many activities this weekend

Casino Bus Trip: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. March 25. Bus trip to Feather Falls Casino in Oroville includes $10 cash back, bingo, raffles, snacks and refreshments. $31 per person.

News columnist Carol Olson passes away at 77

Carol Lee Olson will be remembered by many in East Country, by her readers as a senior columnist for the Antioch/Brentwood/Oakley/Pittsburg News, and by her friends as an optimistic character, one who marched to her own drum, found good in everyone and always found things that she could laugh at. Born in Minnesota, Olson grew up in South Dakota and Walnut Creek.

CHP says East Bay freeway shooting increase mostly gangs targeting each other

Given the alarming uptick in shootings on Bay Area freeways, including two fatalities this year, the California Highway Patrol on Friday sought to reassure the public that most of the crimes were not random but rather gangs targeting each other. At a Friday news conference, the CHP reported that there have been 19 freeway shootings so far this year, 15 of which are being investigated by that agency.

Pittsburg: Police identify suspect in fatal drive-by shooting

Police asked Thursday afternoon for the public's help in finding a person sought in connection with a fatal drive-by shooting earlier this month. Pittsburg police released this photo of Giovante Boyd, who is sought in connection with a fatal drive-by shooting in Pittsburg, March 5, 2017.

East County police calls for March 17

Theft: At 10:16 a.m., police were called to the 300 block of W. 19th St. for a report of theft. According to the victim, a suspect rode by on a bicycle and stole a package from her porch.

Antioch: Family grieves teen fatally shot by police

Elena did many things to brighten the company she was keeping, but that was probably the quality her family loved most, Miguel Minjares said of his niece. She so easily made others roar.

Force seen on video during arrest of man under scrutiny

That is because the video of that arrest has been seen all over the internet. However, KRON4s Haaziq Madyun spoke to someone who says the use of force was completely by the book.

Keller Canyon landfill denied demolition waste extension

The operators of Keller Canyon landfill near Pittsburg won't get any more time to comply with county permit requirements for getting rid of construction waste, after county supervisors denied a five-month extension and instead required compliance by March 22. Tuesday's Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors meeting turned tense when Supervisor Federal Glover told Michael Caprio, an area president with Keller Canyon parent company Republic Services, that he and his East County constituents felt "disrespected" by what Glover said was the landfill operator's refusal to meet to work out a solution to a conflict that prompted a lawsuit against the county last year.

Concord: Highway 4 traffic alert lifted after one-car crash

A one-car crash early Tuesday sent one person to the hospital and spilled oil on the far left lane of an East Bay freeway, the California Highway Patrol said. The CHP lifted a Sig Alert for severe traffic at 7:43 a.m. after opening the lane on westbound Highway 4 near the Port Chicago Highway exit.

Antioch: DA describes prison gang's structure as murder case ends

Jurors were shown photos of guns, gang signs, and one defendant posing with a popular Bay Area rapper at a marijuana farm, as closing arguments began in a murder case that has spanned three months. On Wednesday, attorneys are expected to finish closing arguments in the trial of William Pree and Edward Clifford Robinson, charged with murdering a 23-year old father in order to help establish a prison gang known as Kumi 415 on the 1800 block of Cavallo Road, in Antioch.

Delta Datelines: 'Big Fish' playing at Heritage High among many activities this weekend

Casino Bus Trip: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. March 25. Bus trip to Feather Falls Casino in Oroville includes $10 cash back, bingo, raffles, snacks and refreshments. $31 per person.

Former Seeno executive: Albert Jr., Albert III directed mortgage fraud

The son and grandson of East Bay housing empire patriarch Albert Seeno Sr. personally directed a mortgage fraud scheme uncovered by the FBI, and the illegal incentive programs were approved by a company attorney and outside counsel, according to a former executive and key government witness in the nearly concluded seven-year case. Former Discovery Sales Vice President Ayman Shahid - who will be sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud - assisted federal investigators in their probe of the powerful East Bay family's mortgage business.

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