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Located just east of the San Francisco Bay, Antioch residents are known to commute to neighboring Sacramento, San Francisco and Oakland for their jobs. During the 1800s, coal, copper and oil were all pursued when first discovered there, but no long-term benefits resulted. Founded in 1980, Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge was the first national wildlife refuge in the country created to protect endangered plants and insects.
Local Newspapers: Oakland Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: Western Career College Carrington College California Antioch Contra Costa Medical Career College
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Towns/Cities near antioch, california : Oakley Brentwood Newlove Neroly Los Medanos Rio Vista Knightsen
Authorities Investigating Crash in Antioch
Injuries were reported in a crash involving a stolen vehicle Wednesday afternoon near the Somersville Town Center in Antioch, officials said. The crash was reported at 12:54 p.m. in the area of Somersville Road and Delta Fair Boulevard.Dryer fire displaces 49 residents of Antioch assisted living facility
A commercial dryer at an Antioch assisted living facility caught fire Tuesday, displacing dozens of elderly residents and Alzheimer's patients. Firefighters responded at 1:15 p.m. to the one-alarm fire at Country Place Assisted Living, 1715 Olive Lane, said Contra Costa County Fire District Capt.Country music singer, songwriter Allie Sealey keeps the music rolling.
Country music singer, songwriter Allie Sealey first sang to a stuffy audience who didn't talk or move much during her performance; however, she's pretty sure they enjoyed the concert. "I can remember setting up stuffed animals and singing and dancing in front of them at the age of 5," said Sealey of Antioch, now 27 and singing to a live audience.Police Seeking Help Locating Missing Woman
On Friday at about 3 a.m., 63-year-old Ruby Ormond walked away from her home in Antioch and has not had any contact with her family since then, police said. She was last seen wearing a shirt, blue pants and tan shoes.25-year-old Oakley man dies in fatal motorcycle accident in Antioch
At 9:38 p.m., an Antioch police officer discovered the man lying in the roadway on East 18th Street near Blossom Drive. The officer found the man had major injuries and attempted life-saving measures, but the man was later pronounced dead at the scene by the Contra Costa County Fire Department.NAACP to hold march for justice in Antioch this month
The East County March for Equality and Unification will take place 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. that day starting from the Somersville Towne Center, 2550 Somersville Road.Creating voting districts an imprecise process for cities, school districts
The process of dividing a city or a school district into sections, to enable "district-based" City Council and school board elections, can be messy and imprecise. Whether it brings more people into the civic process, or pits one local group against others, is now being addressed in Martinez and Concord.Delta Datelines: Kids' clothing swap, music series, march for quality on tap
A plan to put a bike lane on the westbound top deck of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge is being questioned by a Marin supervisor who says using the space for vehicles makes more sense. Commuters should see some traffic relief when a third lane on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge opens on the bottom, eastbound deck, a move set for April that could happen as soon as next month, transportation officials said.The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report
A 46-year-old San Francisco male was arrested after officers responded to a call for service. He was transported to Concord Police Department for booking.Pittsburg police fatally shoot man in restaurant parking lot
Pittsburg police Friday night shot to death a 43-year-old Antioch man outside a restaurant in Pittsburg who was allegedly reaching for a gun, police said. The case began around 10:45 p.m. when officers were called to the Nation's Giant Hamburgers restaurant at 3789 Railroad Ave., according to police.Planetarium show at Antiocha s Deer Valley High to feature films, lunar rocks
Space exploration buffs are invited to a presentation at Deer Valley High School's planetarium that includes a moon rocks display and a couple of movies. The free event is at 7 p.m. Jan. 16 in Room 511 on the Antioch campus, 4700 Lone Tree Way.Pittsburg suggests public uses for lot slated to be sold to Seeno
Pittsburg Center is the first stop in the 10-mile eBART line, which will run from the Pittsburg-Bay Point BART station to Hillcrest Avenue station in Antioch. Pittsburg has been setting plans in motion to improve parking, biking and walking around the anticipated eBART station.Police Arrest 2 Men Who Stole Tools From Victim's Home
Police on Tuesday arrested two men who allegedly stole thousands of dollars worth of tools from a home in Antioch. Around 9 a.m., the victim reported to police that a burglary had occurred a few hours earlier at their home on Valley Way.Antioch blues concert to drum up $10K in music education grants
For the first time in its history, the Antioch nonprofit Delta Blues Festival is offering $10,000 to further local students' musical education. To apply for the grant, schools and other organizations must complete the form at https://www.deltabluesfestival.net/dbf-grant-form.html .Antioch Council hears about gated senior housing project, approves eminent domain for road extension
The Antioch City Council at their meeting on Tuesday, January 9, 2018, heard the preliminary development plans for the Albers Ranch Project, a proposed gated, senior community in the Sand Creek Focus Area. It is planned for land south of Kaiser hospital and the actual Sand Creek, on the east side of Deer Valley Road.Subsidy applications for low-income Antioch units start Jan. 16
When the 85-unit project known as Tabora Gardens opens this spring, it will have 34 one-bedroom apartments reserved for those who have received a voucher from the Contra Costa Housing Authority. Prospective residents can apply for a project-based voucher - financial help they only can use while living in that complex - starting at 10 a.m. Jan. 16. The Berkeley-based nonprofit Satellite Affordable Housing Associates began construction on the 3.2-acre site at Tabora Drive and James Donlon Boulevard in September 2016 and is expected to finish the $33.7 million project by the end of March.
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