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OAKLEY – Oakley police arrested a man they pulled over earlier this week after they discovered a loaded “ghost” gun in his car.
The Byron Hot Springs Hotel building is both a historic landmark and a hotbed of illegal activity. Read moreBureaucracy blocks repairs to historic building
The East Contra Costa Historical Museum will open for the 2023 season on Saturday, April 1, from 2-4 p.m. Enjoy indoo… Read moreEast Contra Costa Historical Museum opens April 1
BRENTWOOD — Drivers on Highway 4 will face major traffic slowdowns starting Friday, March 24 through Wednesday, March… Read moreConstruction to close part of Highway 4: 5-day move to build Mokelumne Trail overcrossing
BAC Bank closed its Discovery Bay branch last month after 34 years in business. Read moreBAC Bank closes Discovery Bay branch
Kathy Leighton spent decades tracking down history. In the wake of her passing on March 4, others started noting her … Read moreShe wrote the book on East County history
ANTIOCH – On Monday, Antioch police identified the man that they arrested over the weekend in connection with the sta… Read moreAntioch man arrested, identified in connection with stabbing of three people
Oakley Police have arrested two individuals who were involved in a shooting that took place March 15 at the 1000 bloc… Read moreTwo arrested in Oakley shooting March 15
ANTIOCH—Cornelius Johnson, the hand-picked choice of Mayor Lamar Thorpe for city manager, was placed on administrativ… Read moreAntioch city manager placed on leave
BRENTWOOD – Thursday’s afterschool commute was halted around 2:45 p.m. after a car heading north on O'Hara Ave. towar… Read moreAfter school commute halted after collision near Sand Creek
BRENTWOOD – Ron Jackson has been coaching basketball for nearly his entire adult life. So when he helped guide La Pal… Read moreTheir championship season
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Editor: Our school district said goodbye this past week to beloved Mary Casey Black teacher Cecy Martinez, who was taken from us far, far too early. Read moreMary Casey Black teacher Cecy Martinez fondly remembered
Editor: Good article except for the totally misleading lead-in: “Anyone looking for a sequel to the Oscar-nominated film ‘Erin Brockovich’ needed only to tune into the Feb. 28 meeting of the Brentwood City Council to watch the city’s presentation on chromium-6, a water contaminant that has b… Read moreChromium-6 story lead-in ‘misleading hype’
Editor: West Coast natural gas prices have been rising this winter, and PG&E wants our customers to know their energy bills are likely to rise as a result. PG&E does not control the market prices we pay for natural gas, and we don’t mark up the cost of the energy we buy to serve our … Read morePG&E says your future bills will increase; here’s why
Editor: I moved to Brentwood almost a decade ago. We love this city, how friendly, clean and the overall neighborly feeling. The Press, under Ruth (Roberts), mirrored this. The reporting was thorough, fair and very much in keeping with journalistic standards. I always learned a lot about imp… Read moreBrentwood Press regresses from ‘fair’ to ‘sensationalistic’
Editor: The Brentwood Union School District has partnered with a company called Paper to provide unlimited, 24/7 tutoring and academic support tools to its middle school students. Read morePaper helps BUSD students learn in many ways
A group of high school runners are training together on a dirt path on a sunny afternoon, running toward the camera. Read moreAll Welcomed by The Run Team (Photo)
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