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Fremont approves $1.5 million to upgrade emergency radio system

Fremont approves $1.5 million to upgrade emergency radio system
June 2, 2018

The Fremont City Council has proposed allocating $1.5 million to upgrade the city’s emergency radio systems, which would double the total amount of access to city emergency response teams as well as...

Alameda County man pleads down four traffic violations in Fremont

Alameda County man pleads down four traffic violations in Fremont
June 2, 2018

Christopher Brownfield recently appeared before Judge Nikki Clark in the Fremont Hall of Justice for running a stop sign, driving with an expired registration, no proof of insurance and possession of marijuana....

Outbreak of canine flu prompts facilities to require vaccinations for dogs

Outbreak of canine flu prompts facilities to require vaccinations for dogs
March 14, 2018

Atlas is my two-year-old dog that is half husky and half golden retriever. He’s about 70 pounds, full of energy and sheds his long black and white hairs all over my car, furniture and clothing. I bathe...

New dance studio to open in Fremont

New dance studio to open in Fremont
February 14, 2018

CSUEB third year student opens family business Last month at Studio A in the RAW Center at CSU East Bay, Kyra Birks shouted, “In five, six, seven, eight” before starting into her first workout by...

Quirk maintains stronghold on East Bay

Quirk maintains stronghold on East Bay
November 1, 2017

Each journey to become a California state assembly member is unique. This was the case for Castro Valley, Hayward, Union City and North Fremont State Assembly representative William “Bill” Quirk on...

Island Reggae Festival displays culture in San Jose

Island Reggae Festival displays culture in San Jose
July 12, 2017

Music today has been fused together with so many different sounds it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish its genre. One such evolving genre is reggae. Reggae originated in Jamaica in the...

It’s snake season for the Bay Area

It’s snake season for the Bay Area
June 7, 2017

On May 1, an unnamed 47-year-old San Jose resident was bitten on the hand by a rattlesnake at the top of Fremont’s Mission Peak Regional Preserve. An antivenom was administered by paramedic...

Bill to lower student debt passes in state senate

Bill to lower student debt passes in state senate
April 19, 2017

A bill titled SB16 that would lower the amount of money private loan collectors can garnish from student wages passed in the state senate on Monday, according to a news release from the office of California...

Girl killed near campus was pregnant

Girl killed near campus was pregnant
March 29, 2017

Sixteen-year-old Elena Mondragon of Antioch was two months pregnant when she was shot and killed on March 14 near the Cal State East Bay Hayward campus. According to her mother, Michelle Mondragon, an...

Fremont exhibit displays college protest art

Fremont exhibit displays college protest art
March 29, 2017

On March 19, the Fremont Art Association—in partnership with Dr. Sharat Lin of the San Jose Peace and Justice Center—hosted a special event at their gallery in the Niles district of Fremont to commemorate...

Shooting death closes Hayward campus

Shooting death closes Hayward campus
March 15, 2017

The Cal State East Bay Hayward campus was briefly closed on Tuesday evening following an officer involved shooting near the City View Apartments on Carlos Bee Boulevard. According to the Fremont Police...

Fremont senator discusses student debt at East Bay

Fremont senator discusses student debt at East Bay
January 25, 2017

Over 40 million Americans have student loan debt, Sen. Bob Wieckowski, D-Fremont, told Cal State East Bay students, staff and faculty at a presentation on campus on Wednesday. From 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.,...

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