Wednesday, May 18 2022


Happy Sunday, people of Concorde! Here’s everything you need to know about what’s going on today.


First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

A little sun, then clouds. High: 56 Low: 41.


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Here are the best stories at Concord today:

  1. the three men from Pittsburg, identified as Samuel Banales-Melena, 18, Jonathan Medina-Flores, 20, and Rogelio Medina-Flores, 18, suspected of being in the army, a three-month crime wave which targeted more than two dozen businesses in Antioch, Pittsburg, Concord, Brentwood, Bay Point and Clayton between August and November were released from prison by order of a judge. The Pittsburg Police Department said “3 men were detained on nineteen (19) counts of armed robbery. The judge was unwilling to allow the men to remain in custody and quashed the rejection and cleared the release. ” The judge authorized the handing over of the three men to a private company under contract so that they could be placed in the premises of that company. alternative care program with a electronic ankle monitoring system. (CBS San Francisco)
  2. After two years without being penalized for the drop in registrations during the pandemic, California School Districts prepare for a hit declining income next year as their funding is recalibrated to match current registration, which has fallen since COVID-19 first closed schools in California. “The public doesn’t get it,” said Lisa Gonzales, commercial director of Mount Diablo unified. “We are all facing colossal funding cuts next year.” Gonzales said his district of 30,000 students could lose $ 24 million if the state does nothing. (Claycord.com)
  3. Two federal complaints alleging excessive use of force, including an allegedly crippling attack by a police dog on a subject without resistance, were filed against the city of San Ramon and its police department. Both complaints allege excessive force exerted by San Ramon police officers in meetings in 2020, as well as the disturbing use of a police dog during a traffic stop and the arrest of Uber driver Ali Badr whose arm was bitten by a police dog after being arrested for allegedly driving a stolen car . (News 24/680)
  4. As of January 11 Antioch City Council meeting, the board will hold a discussion on the show temporary cannabis events on the public domain. The city cites that a possible location for a temporary cannabis event is the Contra Costa County Fairgrounds. The City could also approve other locations for an event. (East County today)
  5. Contra Costa Sheriff and Animal Control have been named for a rancher who was in a field do not answer and possibly died on Bixler Road in the town of Discovery bay Thursday. According to the Contra Costa sheriff’s office, “when the deputies arrived, they attempted to approach a person lying on the ground in a field. However, the deputies were unable due to a big aggressive bull running free on the property. They went on to say, “Shortly after the victim was located, the bull has charge to deputies and firefighters on site. the the bull has been dispatched due to the danger to first responders at the scene. An autopsy of the breeder found the cause of death to be blunt injuries “due to an alleged attack by a large animal.” “(East County today)

Today at Concord:

  • Join Urban Adventure Club of the Bay Area for a Hike to Mount Diablo waterfall. (11:00)
  • The guilty will rockin and rollin to CJ in Pleasant hill. (4:00 p.m.)
  • Step out into the new Monica’s river view in Antioch to taste the food and catch The hurricane group. (6:00 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Leave the car at home and explore your neighborhood on foot! Join 511 Contra Costa’s Winter walking challenge. Each week you will receive a new fun walking challenge. Walk to a location where you can take a photo that captures the theme of the week. Each week, five photos will be drawn and the winners will receive a $ 35 Amazon Gift Card.
  • the Antioch Chamber of Commerce will celebrate outstanding citizens, businesses, youth, organizations and heroes of COVID at the Inauguration and recognition gala dinner. This first event will take place on Friday March 11 at Lone Tree Golf and Events Center. The Chamber is looking for your help with applications recognize those who have gone above and beyond.
  • Sweet maple, the House of Millionaire’s bacon (with sugar and peppers) and classic brunches, arrives at Walnut Creek, where Tozai Izakaya once was Giammona Drive, February 1st!

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  • Serve Your Community – United Way Bay Area (January 19)
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Jeri karges

About me: Jeri Karges has lived and loved the Sacramento area for over 30 years. His passion is to find new and unique ways to enjoy the city and its surroundings. On the weekends, you can find her pestering her friends to taste the restaurant that has no silverware or to try their hand at ax throwing. Jeri also enjoys writing about retirement planning at https: //rockinretirement.subst …


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