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San Pablo

Former CCC head football coach nets NFL fellowship

Former CCC head football coach nets NFL fellowship

Oakland native and former Contra Costa College head football coach Alonzo Carter has been tapped to work closely with the San Francisco 49ers' running backs following his selection as one of eight 2017 Bill...
First summer movie in San Pablo's Davis Park set for Friday

First summer movie in San Pablo’s Davis Park set for Friday

The public is invited to bring chairs, blankets and dinner to Davis Park on Friday for the first Movie in the Park of the summer. “The Secret Life of Pets” will begin around dusk at...
Online fundraiser launched for longtime San Pablo family

Online fundraiser launched for longtime San Pablo family

Hard-working and proud, San Pablo residents Yolanda and Keefe Cochran would never ask for help, and so LaToya, their concerned niece from Texas, has taken it upon herself to do it for them. LaToya Cochran...
Farmers' market-style food giveaway launched in San Pablo

Farmers’ market-style food giveaway launched in San Pablo

A farmers' market-style food giveaway has launched twice monthly in San Pablo as part of a collaboration between a group of county physicians and The Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano. San Pablo’s distributions...
San Pablo EDC program offers up to $15,000 for first-time home buyers

San Pablo EDC promoting first time home buyers program

The San Pablo Economic Development Corporation (San Pablo EDC) is alerting the community to a program offering first-time home buyers up to $15,000 toward the purchase of a home. The Federal Home Loan Bank of...
Grant-funded student projects to improve education to be unveiled Friday

Local student projects to improve education set for Friday unveiling

Thirty student-led projects funded through the third annual Potential Project will be showcased Friday at Living Hope Neighborhood Church in Richmond. The exhibition runs from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the church located at...
Nonprofits have until May 18 to apply for San Pablo youth-focused funds

Nonprofits have until May 18 to apply for San Pablo youth-focused funds

Nonprofits and public agencies have until 5 p.m. on May 18 to submit applications for funds offered through the City of San Pablo Team for Youth program. This is the 4th application funding cycle for...
Street lights study shines line on roads that harbor the most crime

San Pablo street lights study shines line on highest-crime roads

A study analyzing ways to improve lighting on San Pablo's streets has shined a light on which roads harbor the most crime. The city recently ordered a street light photometric study to assess its plans...
San Pablo residents can get rid of old stuff at Dumpster Day on May 13

San Pablo residents can get rid of old stuff at Dumpster Day on May...

San Pablo residents have the option to get rid of old items at the city's next Dumpster Day on Saturday, May 13. The city's Public Works Department is hosting the event at El Portal School...
Freshest Cargo Mobile Farmers' Market returns to San Pablo May 1

Mobile farmers’ market returns to San Pablo May 1

The Freshest Cargo Mobile Farmers’ Market returns to San Pablo beginning on Monday, May 1. The “farmers’ market on wheels” sells produce from local farmers at affordable prices. Freshest Cargo will turn up in San Pablo...

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