Firefighters with the Alameda County Fire Department fought off two separate blazes this week. The first was a of Sycamore Street on Wednesday in which no injuries were reported. Another was . One person was transported to the hospital.
Warm Thanksgiving meals were served to Tri-City families on Thursday at the hosted by the Tri-Cities League of Volunteers. LOV Executive Director Shirley Sisk said the annual gathering has grown from volunteers serving 500 meals to thousands of meals being served.
was crowded on Friday with thousands of shoppers looking for the best deals. It was the second year the mall had a and NewPark Mall General Manager Kelly Gardner said the turnout was double that of last year.
Newark Patch readers brought this week’s police log to the top spot again with reports of a woman being robbed at the gas station off Sycamore Street and Thornton Avenue and police officers seizing 12 firearms during the search of a home. to read the complete police log.
Patch readers had lots to say about . Our moms council noted it was distasteful for a store in Colorado whose apparel is targeted for children and teenagers to make crotchless panties easily visible and available for purchase. The column generated nearly 20 comments by Friday, with readers debating about the age appropriateness of apparel for children and teenagers.