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Fremont city council to fill vacant seat

Thania Arce and Victoria Groenewold,
Contributors

January 11, 2017

The Fremont City Council held a meeting on Tuesday to interview applicants seeking to fill the City Council seat made vacant when Councilmember Lily Mei was elected to serve as Mayor. New candidates were introduced to the board as well as the community at the meeting. Out of 27 applicants, eight candidates were ...

Missing woman found dead in Fremont

Missing woman found dead in Fremont

Louis LaVenture,
News and Sports Editor

February 25, 2016

The Hayward Police Department confirmed on Monday that 22-year-old Stacey Xanthe Aguilar, who was reported missing in San Jose on Feb. 16, is now dead. As of yesterday, Hayward Police Department detectives arrested Esmid Valentine Pedraza, 23, on a homicide charge for the murder of Aguilar, accordin...

Does more rain and snow equal rising water levels?

Does more rain and snow equal rising water levels?

Raymundo Pedroza,
Contributor

February 18, 2016

It isn’t a secret that California has recently experienced one of the worst droughts in over 100 years. However, that changed this past month: Bay Area streets flooded, coastal properties were destroyed and traffic increased, as the region saw above-average levels of rain and snow in the region. ...

Fremont celebrates the big 60

Fremont celebrates the big 60

Shannon Stroud,
Editor-in-Chief

January 28, 2016

Fremont residents gathered on Saturday to celebrate the city’s 60th anniversary. At 11 a.m., city officials closed off part of downtown, Capitol Avenue between Fremont Boulevard and State Street, for a community picnic in the street. The highlight of the celebration was the burial of a time capsul...

Attention Bay Area: The Super Bowl is coming

Attention Bay Area: The Super Bowl is coming

Louis LaVenture,
News and Sports Editor

January 21, 2016

Despite the Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers’ absence from the 2016 NFL postseason, the Bay Area will feel the impact of Super Bowl 50. The big game will be at the home of the 49ers, Levi’s Stadium, on Feb. 7 in Santa Clara, which brings with it a unique set of situations. With the entire...

Fremont addresses mental health in schools

Fremont addresses mental health in schools

Mathew Weber,
Contributor

October 22, 2015

As the national conversation about guns continues, reports frequently suggest that mental health is a contributing factor to the horrific, highly-publicized shootings at schools across the country. Fremont city officials are partnering with the Fremont Unified School District in an effort to provid...

CSUEB graduate interns in Nation’s Capitol

CSUEB graduate interns in Nation’s Capitol

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

June 25, 2015

Most people in a position of power in Washington D.C. don’t come from Fremont. However an East Bay native is trying to change that in a hurry. California State University, East Bay 2014 graduate Erin McDonough recently wrapped up her internship within the Executive Office of the President of the U...

Improv club earns their name in Fremont

Improv club earns their name in Fremont

Shannon Stroud,
Metro Editor

January 8, 2015

When thinking of Fremont, many associate it with Mission Peak, Historic Niles, Lake Elizabeth and the Saddle Rack. With almost four years in the business, Made Up Theatre, can be added to that list. Made Up Theatre, or MUT, is the only improv show in Fremont. The show features five comics every Saturda...

S.A.V.E. honors local officers

S.A.V.E. honors local officers

Shannon Stroud,
Metro Editor

January 8, 2015

The media constantly covers stories about domestic violence because it’s an issue that won’t go away. Headlines like “Man arrested for Domestic Abuse”, “Woman attacks spouse”, “Parents in  custody for harming child” and so forth has been smeared across headlines. Our media is constantly ...

New Years Eve in the Bay Area    

New Years Eve in the Bay Area      

Bryan Cordova, Metro & Spanish Editor

December 31, 2014

It's New Year Eve, and the final day of 2014 deserves to go out with a BANG! For those of you, like myself, whom wait till the last minute to make plans, here are some activities around the East Bay to help you end the year right. Balloon Drop-Oakland Chabot Space and Science Center invites childr...

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