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Colonel Jonathan Stevenson bought the Rancho Los Medanos land grant to construct a town which he named New York Landing. When coal was discovered nearby, the town changed its name to Black Diamond, after a mining firm. In 1911 citizens of the town voted to change the name to Pittsburg in honor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The name was selected because of the relationship that the city had with the steel building industry.

Population: 56769
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly Brentwood News
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Local Colleges: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers

Zip Codes associated with pittsburg, california: 94565
Towns/Cities near pittsburg, california : Bay Point Los Medanos McAvoy Diamond Cornwall

Pittsburg News
On Tap: 'Mr. Toad,' Delta Blues Fest concert and more

Actors Sky Seedman, left to right, Ali Higby, Drew Mrganstein, Landon Clenney star in El Campanil Children's Theatre's "Mr. Toad's Mad Adventures" Feb. 23 and 25 at El Campanil Theatre in Antioch. The Delta Blues Festival Seventh Annual Benefit Concert will be held 7 to 10 p.m. March 3 at the El Campanil Theatre, 602 W. Second St. The lineup includes blues greats Curtis Salgado, Annika Chambers, Wee Willie Walker, Anthony Paule, Kyle Jester, D'Mar, Vance Elhers and more in celebration of the blues festival, which was held for 19 years in downtown Antioch.

'It reminds me of David Koresh or Jim Jones': East Bay...

A Pittsburg woman who cut up a human trafficking victim from head to toe, partially scalping her, was sentenced Thursday to 17 years in prison. Rachel Elaine Smith received the sentence in exchange for accepting a plea deal on charges of mayhem, robbery, and possessing a stolen gun.

Curtain Calls: Clayton Theatre Company presents 'Lend Me a Tenor'

Clayton Theatre Company gives the high-class world of opera a comedic twist in its production of "Lend Me a Tenor," running March 8 24 at Endeavor Hall, 6008 Center Street, in Clayton. One of my favorite things about attending productions in Clayton is driving past the town square, just a block from the theater.

St. Vincent de Paul opens new Brentwood Help and Hope Thrift Center

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has brought its mission to Brentwood, opening a new Help & Hope Thrift Center. More than a thrift store, the center offers a total package for helping those in need in Contra Costa County.

Pittsburg raising money for late New Mecca owner statue

The Friends of Guillermo Muniz started raising money to commission a bronze bust of the longtime New Mecca Caf owner, philanthropist and youth sports supporter. Muniz, who passed away last November, was a beloved city leader who charmed nearly everyone he met with his storytelling and charitable ways.

Los Medanos College seeks nominations for awards celebrating life of Cesar Chavez

Los Medanos College is preparing to host its annual "Cesar Chavez Celebration" on Thursday, March 22, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. in the college's Recital Hall [Reception at 6:00 p.m., Awards & Recognition Ceremony at 7:00 p.m.]. LMC is located at 2700 East Leland Road in Pittsburg .

Man in critical condition after gunshot wound, crash in Pittsburg

Police are investigating a possible shooting after discovering a wounded man behind the wheel of a crashed vehicle on Monday night. At 9:58 p.m., police were called to West Leland Road and Southwood Drive after a vehicle crashed into a street pole within the intersection.

a You are now a leftya : How an East Bay cop returned to patrol after...

Pittsburg police officer Fernando Salamanca takes notes while interviewing a man on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018, in Pittsburg, Calif. Salamanca severly injured his arm saving a blind man from a house fire.

The Clayton Police Weekly Arrest Report

A 19-year-old Oakland male was arrested after being contacted by officers. He was transported to Concord Police Department for booking.

Around the Diocese

Pupils Ramon Mediran, Marcos Guerrero and Manny Montez of St. Peter Martyr School in Pittsburg shared their Early California projects for Catholic Schools Week open house.

Suspect tells different story in attempted murder case

After a shooting victim told a story about how he was shot while working on an RV that he planned to sell after the buyer got angry that he was taking too long, the suspect in the shooting told a much different story on the witness stand Thursday, the second day of testimony in the attempted murder trial of Kelly Lee Starnes, 48, of Pittsburg, California. Curtis Endicott, 50, who was shot in the incident on Sept.

California dog hailed as 'hometown hero' for helping save man from icy Delta waters

Moe, a 9-year-old Golden Retriever, is getting the hero treatment after saving a man from the icy Delta Waters in Pittsburg, California early last week. Moe and his human, Joe Newman, live in a house with a backyard overlooking the Delta.

a I saw this as a normal lifestylea : Danville human trafficking defendant gets suspended sentence

A woman who was convicted in a nationwide human trafficking ring centered in Danville was given a 20-year suspended sentence Wednesday, in stark contrast to a life term handed down to her co-defendant earlier this month. As part of the terms of her sentence, Avisa Lavassani was ordered to stay away from her victims and co-defendants, perform 100 hours of community service, attend therapy, stay employed and other conditions.

Pittsburg Man Seriously Injured In Assault With Deadly Weapon...

A male victim was seriously injured in an assault with a deadly weapon Sunday night in Antioch, according to police. At 9:45 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 3200 block of Terrace View Avenue, where they found a 34-year-old Pittsburg man down in the roadway, police said.

Antioch police find injured Pittsburg man lying unconscious in

A 34-year-old Pittsburg man was found unconscious Sunday in the middle of a roadway in Antioch, authorities said. A 34-year-old Pittsburg man was found unconscious Sunday in the middle of a roadway in Antioch, authorities said.

Man found unconscious on East Bay road expected to survive

A 34-year-old Pittsburg man is expected to survive after police found him in the road with a severe injury on Sunday, police said. Police have not made any arrests, but they consider the case an assault with a deadly weapon, Sgt.

Supervisors increase fees by 150% for non-franchised solid waste haulers

Without a whimper of a protest from a non-franchised solid waste hauler, Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to make it costly to operate a business in the county. At the request of District 1 Supervisor John Gioia, supervisors agreed to raise the performance bond to $50,000 from $20,000 even though at one point the supervisor from Richmond attempted to press on the need to lift up the performance bond as much as $100,000.

Pittsburg's Betty Brown remembered as theater icon

In her time, she nurtured countless students, gathered thousands of props and painted hundreds of sets. But, for all the work and enormous energy invested, it was well worth it to Betty Brown.

His dog wouldna t stop barking and didna t sound right. He led the way to a drowning man

Police in Pittsburg, Calif., are calling Moe, a golden retriever, a "hometown hero" after his barking alerted his owner, John Newman, to an older man who had fallen into the water near his home. Police in Pittsburg, Calif., are calling Moe, a golden retriever, a "hometown hero" after his barking alerted his owner, John Newman, to an older man who had fallen into the water near his home.

Delta Datelines: Project Linus, gem and rock show, Shrek Jr. the Musical on tap

Ladies Only Crab Feed: 6 p.m. cocktails, 7 p.m. dinner Jan. 26, St. Anne Church, Camino Diablo and McCabe roads, Byron. Hosted by Women's Fellowship of St. Anne.

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