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Located in the San Francisco Bay Area San Ramon is home to the headquarters of the Chevron Corporation, 24-Hour Fitness, as well as AT&T's west coast headquarters San Ramon is known as Tree City USA. A new forty-acre downtown area is planned to include hotel, public plaza, as well as a new city hall and library. A Memorial Park was constructed and dedicated to victims of Flight 93 during the September 11 attacks on September 11, 2002.

Population: 58000
Local Newspapers: The San Ramon Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco 49ers
Local Colleges: University of San Francisco

Zip Codes associated with san ramon, california: 94583
Towns/Cities near san ramon, california : Danville Blackhawk Diablo

San Ramon News
San Ramon cellist, 17, to play in NPR's 'From the...

When five classical music acts are presented and recorded March 2 at Berkeley's Zellerbach Hall, hundreds of people will hear cellist Woojin Nam, age 17, play the third movement of Rachmaninoff's "Cello Sonata in G minor." Later, when the Dougherty Valley High School senior gathers with friends and family in her parent's San Ramon home to listen to the hour-long, live-performance broadcast on NPR's "From the Top," Nam will be joined by millions of people nationwide listening on more than 200 radio stations.

Roy Exum: Our Racially-Insensitive Song

Just before I got out of high school in 1967, there came a late-January morning when I was called to the office the minute I arrived in homeroom.

Local AAUW steers girls toward STEM careers

At the first STEAM Divas day, Fun with Energy workshop leader biochemist Sarah Palmer demonstrates kinetic vs. potential energy with an arm wrestling challenge. The local branch of the American Association of University Women does not just speak this message; its members are passionately involved in three programs each year to encourage and nurture young females in these areas.

Cal High: Removal of anthem from pep rally sparks controversy, national attention

San Ramon's California High School has been cast into the national spotlight in the past week after a decision by the school's student leadership class to not play the national anthem during last month's pep rally. The decision came about after some members of the leadership class were contacted about concerns over the controversial and racially charged lyrics in the third verse of "The Star-Spangled Banner" -- a verse that is not sung in renditions of the anthem.

High school bans - outdated and raciallyoffensive' national anthem from rallies

Student leaders at a high school in the San Francisco Bay Area have decided that the national anthem is racist and outdated and have banned it from school rallies. According to multiple area news outlets, the Associated Student Body at California High School in San Ramon made that decision based on a phrase in the rarely-played third verse.

Fox attacks high school for opposing pro-slavery verse of national...

Fox & Friends on Wednesday suggested students at a high school in San Ramon, California were wrong to oppose the national anthem's verse about killing slaves because those same students listen to "trashy music." The San Francisco Chronicle reported this week that students at California High School decided to no longer play the Star Spangled Banner at school pep rallies.

High school students ban national anthem from pep rallies. What the heck?

The Star Spangled Banner will no longer be played at rallies at California High School in San Ramon after student leaders determined the song is racially insensitive. "It was brought to our attention that the national anthem's third verse is outdated and racially offensive, wrote the president of the school's Associated Study Body.

National anthem removed from rallies at San Ramon high school

An old staple, the national anthem, was missing from the last California High School student rally and may not be coming back anytime soon. Student leadership at the school pulled the Star-Spangled Banner from its January rally in protest of what it says are racist lyrics in unsung verses of the song.

Bay Area Children's Theatre Students Take ?Gold? For Technical Theatre Skills, Acting, Dance

The rest of the world may have its eye on South Korea, but 64 Bay Area students are thrilled that their team took home the "gold" this weekend in the Tech Olympics at the Junior Theatre Festival WEST in Sacramento. Advanced Performers education program took the championship in technical theatre skills and stage craft, besting more than 35 other student groups in a series of production challenges ranging from expediting costume changes to taping out sets.

Former gymnast brings massage therapy to Tiburon

Christine Stephens recently moved to Tiburon from the East Bay as a mobile massage therapist. 2018 Christine Stephens, 54, is energy personified.

San Ramon: 10 new retail, dining tenants coming to City Center

Ten new lifestyle and dining tenants have officially signed leases to be among the inaugural tenants at San Ramon's City Center Bishop Ranch, set to open later this year. Equinox, Fieldwork Brewing Company and Williams-Sonoma brand stores feature prominently among the group of new companies to be housed at the 300,000-square-foot project along Bollinger Canyon Road, according to officials for Sunset Development Company, the project's developer.

Tri-Valley mayors return from summit in DC with optimism

Outside the U.S. Capitol Building are Tri-Valley mayors Jerry Thorne of Pleasanton, Newell Arnerich of Danville, David Haubert of Dublin, Bill Clarkson of San Ramon and John Marchand of Livermore. The Tri-Valley's five mayors recently traveled to the nation's capital to advocate for regional priorities with federal officials and receive insights from their peers from across the country as part of the annual U.S. Conference of Mayors.

Couple at center of San Ramon Valley human trafficking ring found guilty

A couple has been convicted and sentenced for operating a large-scale sex trafficking ring centered in the San Ramon Valley, two and a half years after their initial arrests. James Joseph Jr. and his common-law wife Avisa Lavassani faced charges of human trafficking and conspiring to commit human trafficking from 2001 through 2015, according to deputy district attorney Aron DeFerrari.

Fieldwork Brewing to open another East Bay taproom in San Ramon's

Tessa Ridgway prepares a 6-pack of Pulp IPA for a customer during a special can release at Fieldwork Brewing Company Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 in Berkeley, Calif. Tessa Ridgway prepares a 6-pack of Pulp IPA for a customer during a special can release at Fieldwork Brewing Company Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 in Berkeley, Calif.

FRANCHISEE 101: Out of Time, Out of Gas

A California federal judge held that breach of contract claims brought by franchisees of two ARCO-branded gas stations against their franchisor BP West Coast Products were untimely, and declined to adopt the franchisees' argument that equitable estoppel tolled the statute of limitations. The franchisees operated two gas stations since 1998, one in San Ramon, California and one in Dublin, California.

Free frozen yogurt: Yogurtland celebrates foodie holiday

Yogurtland has more than 20 shops in the Bay Area where you can mark International Frozen Yogurt Day. On Tuesday, Feb. 6, participating locations of Yogurtland will give out free cups of frozen yogurt, ice cream and toppings from 4 to 7 p.m. Shops include San Jose , Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Dublin, San Ramon, Alameda, Berkeley, Hayward, Fremont, Milpitas, Mountain View, Campbell, Palo Alto, Burlingame and Morgan Hill.

Around San Ramon: Educator of Year 'found a job I love'

Named Educator of the Year at the recent San Ramon Chamber of Commerce Community Awards event, Gagnon is in her fifth year of teaching American Studies and her third year supervising dozens of students in the popular IQuest program at San Ramon's California High School. California High School teacher Shanna Gagnon was named Educator of the Year at the San Ramon Chamber of Commerce's recent Community Awards event.

Russians arrive, thrive in Contra Costa County

The Babushka restaurant is seen in Walnut Creek on Jan. 25. Leo Malkov and his son and chef Zoriy Malkov, co-own the Russian restaurant and nearby deli. WALNUT CREEK >> Leonid Malkov remembers the date of his arrival in the U.S., from Tashkent, in what is now Uzbekistan - Oct. 28, 1993.

Chevron misses 4Q profit forecasts

The San Ramon, California-based company said it had profit of $1.64 per share. Earnings, adjusted for pretax gains, came to 73 cents per share.

Chevron misses 4Q profit forecasts

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