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10 Local Groups Join Forces to End Unemployment in CC County

Even though the Bay Area job market may feel red-hot, nearly 16,000 Contra Costa residents remain unemployed and are looking for work. To help these individuals find a job or start a new career, ten organizations have partnered with Contra Costa County and its Workforce Development Board (WDBCCC) to create …

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Hundley hammers Pirates to back D-Rod’s gem, Giants get split

BY ANTHONY SOSA Dereck Rodriguez, yet again, pitched lights out and the Giants used some timely offensive production to defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-3, Sunday afternoon at AT&T Park. The win earned the Giants a split of the four-game series. It was just their third win in their past 12 …

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Astros complete sweep of Giants with clutch eighth inning homer

BY ANTHONY SOSA With an absolute pitcher’s duel blooming between Madison Bumgarner and Dallas Keuchel, Tyler White stole the show with a go-ahead, two-run home run in the top of eighth inning to seal a 2-1 Houston Astros victory over the San Francisco Tuesday afternoon at AT&T Park. The win …

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A’s sweep Tigers to extend winning streak, pad wild card lead

BY STEVEN LUKE The Oakland Athletics finished off a three game series sweep of the Detroit Tigers Sunday afternoon with a 6-0 win. The bats came out to play and the pitching was spectacular for the sixth consecutive game as the A’s moved to 21 games over .500 on the …

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Clippers sweep two from Napa after bench clearing brawl in opener

The Clippers completed a two-game sweep of the Napa Silverados Wednesday, scoring a total of 17 runs and defeating Napa by finals of 8-4 and 9-4. With this second sweep of the 2018 campaign, the Clippers improve to 7-7 in the second half and 6-2 at home in the same …

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Giants salvage a victory, avoid four-game sweep by Brew Crew

BY ANTHONY SOSA Facing a potential four-game sweep at home by the Milwaukee Brewers, the San Francisco Giants put on a strong offensive day at the plate and captured an 8-5 victory Sunday afternoon at AT&T Park. The Giants’ eight runs scored in the series finale were more than they …

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Patti Smith to headline Pathway to Paris concert at Masonic in SF

Legendary performers Patti Smith and Bob Weir are set to join a celebration of climate action during the Global Climate Action Summit. Pathway to Paris, together with 350.org and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has announced a special concert on September 14th at the Masonic in San Francisco. Set …

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A’s come back again to take Bridge series from Giants in 10th

BY STEVEN LUKE For the first time since interleague play was introduced, the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants met with more than standings on the line in the finale of their season series. The Bridge Trophy, made out of metal from an old span of the Bay Bridge, was …

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Lucroy walks it off as A’s set new Coliseum attendance record

BY ANTHONY SOSA In front of a crowd of 56,310, a new Oakland Coliseum record and the highest attended game in the Majors in 2018, Jonathan Lucroy hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the 11th inning to give the Oakland Athletics a 4-3 victory over the San Francisco …

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