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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
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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

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The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report

A 26-year-old transient male was arrested after being contacted by officers. He was released on his signed promise to appear.

A Look At The Recruiting Targets for Defense in 2019

After a stellar 2018 recruiting class the Huskies are poised to once again bring in some top notch defensive recruits. So far the Huskies have offered 27 defensive prospects .

Trump's tariffs seed uncertainty from Pittsburg to the East Bay ports

Coils of steel are shown at the USS-POSCO plant on Monday, Nov. 7, 2011 in Pittsburg, Calif. U.S. Rep. George Miller, D-Martinez, was visiting the plant to call attention for immediate passage of a bill to reform China currency.

Attorneys argue over fatal shooting outside Pittsburg ice cream parlor; case goes to jury

Attorneys Wednesday argued over the circumstances surrounding a brief confrontation that culminated with a 43-year-old man being shot dead outside of a Pittsburg ice cream parlor last year. One thing they both agreed upon: the defendant, Larry Darryl Neal Jr., shot Bethel Island resident Robert Hopkins Jr. one July afternoon last year.

Two of four defendants were ordered to stand trial, while two others have been dismissed.

Emergency personnel investigate the scene of a shooting on westbound Highway 4 near the Railroad Ave. overcrossing in Pittsburg, Calif., on Wednesday, May 11, 2016. An apparent road rage incident turned into a shooting with two people being transported to the hospital for their injuries.

Pittsburg: Kops for Kids connects with at-risk youths

Contra Costa Kops for Kids is connecting at-risk youth with retired and active law enforcement officers through sport clinics, presentations and educational activities. The aim of the nonprofit group is to help youth make positive choices in their lives while avoiding drugs, gangs and criminal activity.

On Tap: 'Taming of the Shrew' opens, LMC art at Delta Gallery

"Sabertooth Tiger," a sculpture by Taylor Seers, will be part of the Los Medanos College Student Art Show at Delta Gallery in Brentwood, March 8-24. Courtesy Delta Gallery Pittsburg Community Theatre presents the classic William Shakespeare comedy "The Taming of the Shrew March 9 and 10 at the Pittsburg California Theatre, 351 Railroad Ave. "The Taming of the Shrew" embodies sibling rivalry, perceptions and expectations of women and the power of fathers and husbands - themes that are still strongly relevant to today's teenagers.

Frazier: new DWR director is a too beholden to water contractors she must regulatea

While Jerry Brown has been a genius at manipulating the media to portray him as a "green governor" and the state as the nation's "green leader," the regulators have in fact been captured by the regulated in California. This is particularly true when it comes to water and environmental policies.

Bayonet stabbing: Concord murder suspect had more than a dozen felony ...

A man charged with using a bayonet to murder a 53-year-old Concord resident had been convicted of more than a dozen felonies since 2001, and eight years ago was acquitted in an attempted murder case authorities said was gang-related. Eric Jeremy Martinez , 43, of Concord, was charged this week with murdering 53-year-old Daniel Quast.

Police and the CHP shut down Kirker Pass Road in Concord for about an hour

At least one person was hospitalized Thursday morning after two vehicles collided on a rural bypass road that runs from Pittsburg to Walnut Creek, the California Highway Patrol said. The wreck on Kirker Pass Road happened between North and South Hess roads and forced police to close down the road in both directions for about an hour, the CHP said.

Arts notes: Walnut Creek, Lamorinda March 2 and beyond

Actors Kenneth Matis and Bonnie Williams star in Pittsburg Community Theatre's "Taming of the Shrew" March 9-11 at the California Theatre in Pittsburg. Courtesy Yasmin Mari - The musical will open at Pleasanton's Firehouse , then move to Orinda's Library Auditorium and Walnut Creek's Del Valle Theatre .

Hazardous chemicals emergency prompts shelter in place in Pittsburg

The shelter in place was issued at 2:15 p.m. for the areas of Andrew Avenue and Jimno Avenue and North Parkside Drive and 17th Street, according to Contra Costa County officials. The tank car had been carrying sodium sulfite.

Concord murder suspect, victim identified

Eric Martinez, 41, has been charged by the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office with the murder of 53-year-old Concord resident Daniel Quast. The fatal stabbing happened Feb. 22 in a mobile home park, at a residence on Lodge Drive, police said.

Major bypass road connecting Concord, Pittsburg closed after crash

A crash involving at least one vehicle early Monday caused authorities to shut down a rural bypass road near Highway 4, according to police and fire dispatchers. Details about the crash were not available immediately, but dispatchers from Concord police and the Contra Costa Fire Protection District confirmed that Bailey Road had been shut down in both directions after a crash around 7 a.m. near the Keller Canyon Landfill.

'Yeeee haaa!': Pittsburg man caught with meth in horse saddle gets federal prison

A man indicted on conspiracy charges for his involvement in a plot to mail a horse saddle with a compartment containing five pounds of meth to Contra Costa from Mexico was sentenced to nearly six years in prison Friday. Victor Galaviz, of Pittsburg, was sentenced to 70 months in prison in exchange for pleading guilty to conspiracy and attempted possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute.

Curtain Calls by Sally Hogarty: Clayton Theatre Company presents 'Lend Me a Tenor'

Clayton Theatre Company gives the high-class world of opera a comedic twist in its production of "Lend Me a Tenor," running March 8 - 24 at Endeavor Hall, 6008 Center Street, in Clayton. Ken Ludwig's lusty comedy takes place the night of the Cleveland Grand Opera's 10th anniversary season opener.

Jury sees video of Pittsburg homicide victim running up to man who shot him multiple times

On the first day of a Pittsburg murder trial Wednesday, jurors were shown a graphic video of a 43-year-old Bethel Island man running up to a couple who were eating ice cream, then being shot five times at close range. On the morning of the July 19, 2017, killing, the victim, Robert Hopkins Jr., and the man charged with murdering him, 19-year-old Larry Darryl Neal Jr. , were complete strangers.

Concord Police Arrest Pittsburg Man After Morning Murder on Meadow Lane

A man was found fatally stabbed at a mobile home park in Concord early this morning and a suspect was later arrested in Pittsburg on suspicion of murder, Concord police said. Officers responded at 5:22 a.m. to an address on Lodge Drive, located off of Meadow Lane, on a report of a man who was not breathing, police Cpl.

Man Fatally Stabbed At Mobile Home Park, Suspect Arrested

A man was found fatally stabbed at a mobile home park in Concord early this morning and a suspect was later arrested in Pittsburg on suspicion of murder, Concord police said. Officers responded at 5:22 a.m. to an address on Lodge Drive, located off of Meadow Lane, on a report of a man who was not breathing, police Cpl.

Opinion: BART should better meet demand for suburban parking

BART data shows that more than 600 riders from Antioch, Brentwood, Bay Point, Oakley and Pittsburg are parking at the North Concord/Martinez station. I hear from riders who must get up earlier than they would like, travel longer distances and spend more time in their car just to find parking spaces.

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