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Castro Valley is located in central California. The city was named in honor of Don Guillermo Castro, a rancher and a soldier in the Mexican army. Castro was given a land grant that consisted of 28,000 acres. Because he had a gambling habit, he ended up having to sell off portions of the land in order to pay off some of his gambling debts. During the 1940s and 1950s Castro Valley was known for its chicken ranches. Today it exists as a residential community comprised of individuals who commute to the larger surrounding cities.

Population: 57262
Local Newspapers: Alameda Sun Contra Costa Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: California State University

Zip Codes associated with castro valley, california: 94546 94552
Towns/Cities near castro valley, california : Cherryland Ashland San Lorenzo

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Other locations are in San Mateo, Castro Valley

Custom poke boxes from Pokeatery show the restaurant's diversity of ingredients, including hamachi and ulu chips . Pokeatery, a customized poke concept with restaurants in San Mateo and Castro Valley, has opened its newest location - in downtown Walnut Creek.

Public Works Asks For Public Feedback On Bike, Pedestrian...

The Alameda County Public Works Agency is holding three open houses this week at local libraries to receive feedback from the public on potential bicyclist- and pedestrian-oriented improvements that can be made in unincorporated parts of the county. The agency is currently developing strategies to improve bicyclist and pedestrian safety, increase access to work, school, transit and leisure and facilitate more walking and riding in unincorporated Alameda County, county officials said.

Sorensdale Recreation Center in Hayward gets fresh face

Sorensdale Recreation Center teacher Jeannette Gardner, far right, helps Richard Newman, far left, during a cooking class as fellow students Shannon Briscoe, second right, Angela Lee, second left, look on in the newly renovated life skills lab in Dec. 2016 at the Sorensdale Recreation Center in Hayward. The renovation was part of a $115,000 grant from the now dissolved Care, Achievement, Respect and Hope nonprofit from Castro Valley.

Redevelopment of Daughtreya s building in Castro Valley gets OK

It has been just five months since a Lafayette developer was selected to redevelop the long vacant Daughtrey's department store building on Castro Valley Boulevard, but plans to make it happen are moving full steam ahead. The Castro Valley Municipal Advisory Council, by a unanimous 6-0 vote, approved plans Monday for Main Street Property Services to renovate the 44,900-square-foot Daughtrey's building on the community's main thoroughfare and turn it into a three-story retail complex, renamed Castro Valley Marketplace.

AC Transit director faces $60,000 fine for not filing election reports

An AC Transit director representing mid-Alameda County is facing $60,000 in penalties for allegedly failing to file a dozen campaign finance reports dating back to 2012, state Fair Political Practices Commission documents show. The judgment against AC Transit director Mark Williams, of Castro Valley, was rendered Dec. 19 by Fair Political Practices Commission enforcement chief Galena West after Williams allegedly failed to answer 14 legal notices calling on him to either file election documents or reach a settlement with state regulators.

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DEAR JOAN: I have a beautiful cat that I met outside. I believe she's lived outside the first two or three years of her life.

Transit director faces big fine over missing campaign finance

Skyline High students arrive by AC Transit bus for a day of classes at the school in Oakland, Calif. on Tuesday, April 11, 2017.

'Swatting' targets Castro Valley home

A person called the Alameda County Sheriff's Office Thursday night and said someone had three hostages and an assault rifle and demanded $15,000 or the hostages would be killed, according to sheriff's officials. The call came in at 8:47 p.m. and the caller said the hostages were being held at a home on Grove Way in Castro Valley.

Alameda County Sheriffs stop Castro Valley 'swatting' attempt

Sheriff's said a man claimed he would use an assault rifle to kill his three hostages if he didn't get $15,000. Due to the serious nature of the claim, law enforcement responded but deputies realized they were headed to an address where similar demands had been made before.

Another East Bay 'swatting' incident over video game...

A 911 caller using a disguised voice "swatted" a Castro Valley home Thursday night likely over a lingering Call of Duty video game dispute, sending a heavy police response to a bogus hostage situation, an Alameda County sheriff's official said Friday. The popular first person shooter video game was also at the heart of a deadly swatting incident in Kansas last week when a bet over the online game led to a fake 911 call where an innocent man was shot to death by responding police officers.

Hayward area happenings: Free films, ZooMobile, rock painting

The Marx Brothers follow with 1933's "Duck Soup" at 1:10 p.m. and "A Night at the Opera" from 1935 at 2:30 p.m. The ZooMobile will stop by the San Lorenzo Library, 395 Paseo Grande, from 4 to 5 p.m. Jan. 11, and 11 a.m. to noon the same day at the Castro Valley Library, 3600 Norbridge Ave. The zoo will have live animals, and an education specialist will explain how they adapt to their environment. Space is limited.

Netflix's 'Black Mirror' shows Alameda sheriffs...

Anyone who flipped on the new season of "Black Mirror," a popular - and very dark - sci-fi series on Netflix, may have noticed perhaps the darkest moment of Episode Two: a real-life clip of a The video footage, which captured the beating, shows the Alameda County Sheriff's deputies chase a man, later identified as then-29-year-old , into the alley, tackle him and relentlessly beat him with nightsticks, despite him surrendering, being unarmed and eventually writhing incapacitated on the ground.

San Leandro mom fosters empowerment, leadership with nonprofit

Melissa Morin, holding Charles, gathers goods to donate through Community Impact Lab. In back is Lindsay Bowling with her baby, Quinn Hawkins, and Jennifer Massie.

Double Celebration: New Year and Legalized Marijuana

For many people in the Bay Area, New Year's Eve is a double celebration. The legalization of recreational marijuana in California takes effect at midnight Monday, and some at an Oakland dispensary are calling it the end of Prohibition.

MISSING: 71-year-old man out of Castro Valley considered at risk

According to the Hayward Police Department, Douglas Freitas was last seen around 2 p.m. in the area of Burbank Street and MLK Drive. He's about 5'8" and 160 pounds.

Elderly man with dementia and Alzheimera s missing in Hayward

The Hayward Police Department is looking for a 71-year-old man with dementia and Alzheimer's who went missing in the city on Sunday. Douglas Freitas, of Castro Valley, was last seen near Burbank Street and MLK Drive around 2 p.m., police said in a statement Sunday.

Thirty-year-old program's volunteers focus on new titles, hidden gems and "sleepers" on the shelves

What do you get when you take a bunch of book-loving community volunteers and set them loose in classrooms full of fidgety kids? The answer is just about everything - laughter, excitement, curiosity, wonder - and a new generation of readers who can't wait for the next trip to the library. The volunteers are called Bookleggers, and they're the beating heart of a beloved 30-year outreach program run by the Pleasanton Library, designed to introduce children to the pleasure of reading and libraries.

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