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The 8 California Laws Every Resident Must Know

BY HELEN LAME´ January 1 wan’t just the beginning of a new year, it was also the day on which California ushered in new laws. Here are eight of the newest Californian laws that came into effect on January 1, 2019 and which you must be aware of. After all, ...

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East Bay Regional Parks Now Hiring Lifeguards for 2019 Season

The East Bay Regional Park District is currently recruiting 40-60 new lifeguards for the 2019 swim season at its 11 facilities that include lakes, lagoons, and pools in the East Bay. The pay ranges from $16.15-$18.64 per hour. All new lifeguard positions are seasonal, full-time positions May through September. Anyone ...

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7 Things to Know About Cannabis Possession in California

BY HELEN LAME´ On January 1, 2018, California’s recreational marijuana laws came into force. With this, it became the sixth American state to sell marijuana to people 21 years or older. It also means that no one will need to go in to a store with a doctor’s prescription to ...

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A’s defeat Cleveland Indians 1-0 in spring pitchers duel

BY JIMMY DeROGATIS The Oakland A’s mustered up a 1-0 win over the Cleveland Indians in Mesa Saturday afternoon. Offense was hard to come by in a pitcher’s duel as Paul Blackburn faced off against Cleveland’s Trevor Bauer at the Hohokam Stadium home of the A’s. Blackburn pitched three strong ...

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Giants bats take down Cincinnati 5-3 in Scottsdale

BY JIMMY DEROGATIS In a warm Friday evening spring training game at Scottsdale Stadium, the San Francisco Giants scored a 5-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. Madison Bumgarner got the start and pitched three strong innings, giving up one earned run while picking up five strikeouts. Carlos Navas came in ...

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Bad Suns return to Sacto with sold out show at the Ace of Spades

BY CATHERINE STITES After a five year drought from Northern California, the Bad Suns brought the rain to Sacramento Wednesday night with a sold out show at the Ace of Spades. The indie-rock band hails from Southern California but proved their following is strong on the second night of their ...

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Middling Giants likely facing year of transition in 2019

BY MASON BISSADA At the risk of pointing out the painfully obvious, the San Francisco Giants’ even year magic has officially warn off. The 2016 season was not simply an glitch in the system, as last season proved a much more realistic trend: the Giants are mediocre. A 73-89 season ...

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