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This weekend, the 2015 season of the Sand Springs Recreational Center will begin with a splash, according to the new executive director of the organization Geraldine Shen, who is the first ever permanent director of the facility since a...
On Thursday at the Rivertown Coffee Shop, Ron Tyler, the police chief greeted the patrons, handing out business cards and inviting them to talk with any of the police officers present there to discuss any issue. Tyler said the Thursday...
Last week, Stanford Women in Business, also known as SWIB hosted a series of presentations and events, introducing entrepreneurship opportunities to students throughout the Bay Area. SWIB president for 2015-16 Priyanka Jain said they instigated the event the previous year...
The Parker-Bennett-Curry Elementary School will conduct a new edible garden as part of its new “playscape” this summer. Along with the state university, the school has received a grant to create a garden through the School Garden Grant Program of...
The Broad Channel Athletic Field was filled with Rockaway community members on May 16 until May 17, honoring cancer patients, cancer survivors, including people who lost the battle against the disease. The Relay for Life was the organization responsible...
Nearly 30 years have passed, and the Garrison Family Fun Fest has come to its end. Marty Strong, the county fire chief and a volunteer at the Garrison Fest said this year could have been the 29th anniversary of...
The third yearly Fairy Berry Breakfast and Auction were attended by many participants, dressed as fairies with ribbon crowns and fairy wings. The community members, however, they were reminded that domestic violence is not certainly equivalent to a fairy...

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San Pablo: DMC Agrees to Asset Disposition Plan

DMC Agrees to Asset Disposition Plan

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Based on a 2-pronged asset disposition proposal, the Doctors Medical Center (DMC) is now up for sale, according to a board decision announced on...

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Better manners encouraged on NY public transport

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The 'Courtesy Counts' campaign isn't something which is brand new to the area of New York, but the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has decided...

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