First year update for San Ramon’s Police Chief

First year update for San Ramon’s Police Chief

New Technologies, Systems Chief Stevens says he has thoroughly enjoyed his first year as San Ramon’s Police Chief, that he feels privileged to serve such an amazing community and that he values the multitude of relationships the Police Department has built with its residents, schools and businesses. There are a number of new technologies at […]

State Treasurer Fiona Ma Announces $73.7 Million Green Bond Sale for Rice Waste Recycling Plant

California State Treasurer Fiona Ma today announced that $73.7 million in tax-exempt green bond financing has been issued for CalPlant I, LLC, a company that will turn rice straw into medium density fiberboard at its Willows plant in the Sacramento Valley. The fiberboard can be used in manufacturing flooring, furniture, doors, shelves and other products. […]

BACK TO SCHOOL: Exciting Times for Science Education

BACK TO SCHOOL:  Exciting Times for Science Education

This is the time of year when parents and students alike are busily preparing to go back to school – scrambling to get the supplies they will need, possibly attending orientations or signing up for activities, and some students will be starting a new school or level. In addition to looking forward to seeing their […]

Excessive Heat Warning Affecting Contra Costa County

Excessive Heat Warning Affecting Contra Costa County

Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS) recommends that everyone take steps to stay safe and healthy in the hot weather, with triple-digit temperatures throughout much of the county today and Thursday.  The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory through 8 p.m. Thursday for parts of Contra Costa, with forecasted temperatures as high as 106 […]

Contra Costa Health Services Reminds Residents to Make Healthy Plans for Summer Heat

With temperatures over 100 degrees expected periodically in much of Contra Costa County this summer, Contra Costa Health Services reminds all residents to take steps to stay safe and healthy in the heat.  Stay inside in an air-conditioned space during the hottest parts of the day, if possible. Indoor, air-conditioned public spaces such as libraries, […]

Town of Danville Event: May the 4th Be With You!

Town of Danville Event: May the 4th Be With You!

DANVILLE – The Town of Danville is set to hold its second annual Star Wars celebration on Thursday, May 4th, featuring a scavenger hunt, crafts, games and Cantina Crawl (for the 21+ Jedi Masters). Press Release from The Town of Danville: Starting at 10:30AM, stop by the Danville Community Center to pick up a free […]

State Treasurer Urges Investors to Adopt Safe Workplace Principles

State Treasurer Urges Investors to Adopt Safe Workplace Principles

Sexual harassment, misconduct continues to harm companies, workers and investors SACRAMENTO – State Treasurer Fiona Ma joined workers victimized by sexual assault on the job and pension trustees Wednesday in urging other trustees, institutional investors and asset managers nationwide to adopt tougher, new workplace principles to stem workplace sexual harassment and misconduct and better protect workers. […]

Contra Costa County Library is saying goodbye to fines

Beginning January 1, 2019, the Contra Costa County Library will eliminate overdue fines on all library materials. The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors voted today, Tuesday, December 11 in favor of the proposal to eliminate daily fines on overdue books, magazines, DVDs and other materials. By eliminating fines, the library is removing barriers and […]

Tree Lighting Tonight Rain Or Shine!

Moving forward with the Danville Tree Lighting, Rain Or Shine! As previously stated, the actual ‘Lighting of the Old Oak Tree’ featured chorus performances & dancers will be scaled back as the decision for them to perform is a fluid one, and will be determined by their directors, based upon weather conditions, closer to 5pm. The Snow Angel, […]

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