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San Leandro is located in central California in Alameda County. The city is considered to be a suburb of Oakland and nearby San Francisco. It was once the county seat of Alameda County in 1856, but when the country courthouse was destroyed in a devastating 1868 earthquake, the country seat was moved to the town of Brooklyn in 1872. Notable residents of San Leandro include drummer David Silveria (Korn) and professional golfer Tony Lema.
Local Newspapers: San Leandro Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Carrington College
Zip Codes associated with san leandro, california:
94577 94578 94579
Towns/Cities near san leandro, california : South Stonehurst UpperBal Mulford Grass Valley Ashland
Police activity closes southbound I-880 in San Leandro
A Google Maps traffic screenshot taken at 5:40 a.m. shows the road closure on southbound I-880 in San Leandro early on Monday, Aug. 14, 2017. A Google Maps traffic screenshot taken at 5:40 a.m. shows the road closure on southbound I-880 in San Leandro early on Monday, Aug. 14, 2017.Davis Street Wellness Center given time to get permit for pot shop
After working more than a year to secure a location for its medical marijuana dispensary, Davis Street Wellness Center has been given until October to obtain a permit for it. The San Leandro City Council voted 5-0 on July 17 to give until Oct. 20 to give Davis Street Wellness Center the conditional use permit needed for operate a marijuana dispensary at its site.Quick action helps solve San Leandro package thefts
Officers praised quick action by residents that helped to solve a pair of unrelated package thefts in the last week, police said Thursday. Just before 2 p.m. August 4, police received word of a first theft when a resident in the 14900 block of Lark Street called to say a motion-activated camera system had captured a person in front of their house.What's New in Civic Tech: California DMV Kiosks Now...
On May 9, the California Department of Motor Vehicles and the University of California, Irvine held a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony to dedicate the installation of a DMV Now Self-Service Terminal on campus. California DMV Now kiosks, which are self-service terminals with touchscreens that motorists can use to complete license registration and renewal processes, are now available in about a dozen grocery stores in the Los Angeles area, from Palmdale to Santa Clarita.Craft beer benefit, cornhole tourney to raise funds for USS Hornet
Beer lovers can toast sailors who once served aboard the USS Hornet Sea, Air & Space Museum during a cornhole tournament and fundraiser that will also gather 21 local breweries. All proceeds from the Aug. 26 tournament will benefit the Hornet - a welcome injection of cash in the wake of the financial hit that the former U.S. Navy ship took when a power outage forced the cancellation of its annual July 4 fundraiser.FreeWire Appoints Forrest North As VP of System Integration
SAN LEANDRO, Calif. , Aug.A Forrest North has officially joined FreeWire Technologies as VP of System Integration, the team announced this week.The Latest: Suspect arrested in San Francisco train attacks
Police in the San Francisco Bay Area have arrested a suspect they say was involved in two violent crimes on commuter trains last week. Bay Area Rapid Transit officers said Monday that they had a suspect in custody, hours after releasing surveillance photos of a man they say hit another man on the head with bolt cutters on Aug. 3 at a station in San Leandro.The Latest: Suspect Arrested in San Francisco Train Attacks
Police in the San Francisco Bay Area have arrested a suspect they say was involved in two violent crimes on commuter trains last week. Bay Area Rapid Transit officers said Monday that they had a suspect in custody, hours after releasing surveillance photos of a man they say hit another man on the head with bolt cutters on Aug. 3 at a station in San Leandro.Things People Do On BART: Pepper-Spray, Carry Crack, Attack, Shave
Did BART's decision to stop sending out their crime logs tick off local journalists to the point that now every attack and mugging on the transit agency is blessed with a headline? That's hard to quantify, though a July op-ed from SF Chronicle editor Audrey Cooper appeared to put BART on blast, saying they "initiated a campaign to discredit local media" and "accused the media of blowing news stories about the robberies out of proportion to make money."News of our Past: Chico Creek no longer flows through campus
No more horses are needed to harvest wheat on the Cuddeback Farm outside of Chico, circa 1910. Photos like this from the John Nopel and Randy Taylor collections can be seen at the Chico Museum's exhibit, "Chico Through Time." The museum, at 141 Salem St., is open Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Big Chico Creek, the centerpiece of Chico State University for years, was dry through the campus this week, leaving the creek bed littered with dead fish, broken bottles and other debris.San Leandro school district parcel tax on August ballot
Less than a year after voters approved a $104 million bond measure, San Leandro school district administrators are asking residents this month to extend and double a parcel tax earmarked for teacher salaries and educational programs. Mail-in ballots for the 14-year, $78 parcel tax, called Measure B, were sent to registered San Leandro school district voters Monday.Senior care company sued in federal lawsuit alleging sexual harassment of workers
A federal lawsuit filed against a senior at-home care company alleges that the company allowed the sexual harassment of at least five of its female workers by an elderly man. The civil rights lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is against San Leandro-based R. MacArthur Corporation, a franchise of the Home Instead Senior Care.DoALL Acquiring Coast Tool
DGI Supply, a DoALL Company, will purchase Coast Tool Company, San Leandro, Calif. The deal is expected to close later this month.Home Plates: Make the ultimate creamed spinach
Our favorite restaurants usually steal our hearts in the smallest ways. We return time and again for those perfect little biscuits or that slab of apple pie.One-alarm fire displaces San Leandro family of four
A one-alarm fire displaced a family of four from an RV on Saturday, but firefighters rescued four guinea pigs and two dogs, a fire official said. The blaze broke out just before 3 p.m. in the 2100 block of Marina Boulevard, and the first crews to arrive saw a large column of smoke coming from a tree, Alameda County Fire spokeswoman Aisha Knowles said.3 San Leandro breweries - including one you probably don't know
San Leandro's 3-year-old brewery Cleophus Quealy gets its memorable name from the families of founders Peter Baker and Dan Watson. Distressed wood lines the walls of San Leandro's 3-year-old brewery, Cleophus Quealy, where eight taps pour a rotating array of brews made on site.3 San Leandro breweries a " including one you probably dona t know
San Leandro's 3-year-old brewery Cleophus Quealy gets its memorable name from the families of founders Peter Baker and Dan Watson. Distressed wood lines the walls of San Leandro's 3-year-old brewery, Cleophus Quealy, where eight taps pour a rotating array of brews made on site.
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