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Boulevard, California is located in San Diego County. Zip codes in Boulevard, CA include 91905. The median home price in Boulevard is $99,900.

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3 hrs ago | The Modesto Bee

Modesto may not bring home the bacon

A longtime Modesto meat processor and distributor that employs more than 100 workers is considering expanding its business and creating scores of new jobs – but the growth may not happen here.


4 hrs ago | Milpitas Post

Alleged sex offender arrested in Milpitas motor home

Steven John Lara, a 50-year-old transient, was arrested last week for outstanding felony warrants and for allegedly being in violation of his sexual offender status, Milpitas Police Department reported.


5 hrs ago | Mercury-Register

Walmart superstore project on Oroville Planning Commission agenda

OROVILLE >> Four years after the Oroville Planning Commission approved plans for a new Walmart superstore, the project is back on the table for discussion.


9 hrs ago | Red Bluff Daily News

Robert Minch: Righting the supervisors' wrong

When a number of us appeared before the Tehama County Board of Supervisors on the 15th of July, it was with the expectation that the board, finally comprehending the folly of the decision to put the separatist movement to divide the State of California on the June ballot, would have the political courage to ignore the 56% in favor vote and table ... (more)


13 hrs ago | Business Wire

Capri Capital Partners and TruAmerica Multifamily Acquire 464-Unit...

Purchase is the most significant multifamily, mixed-use transaction in California this year, and the largest in Koreatown's history )--In the largest multifamily, mixed-use transaction in California this year, a partnership of Capri Capital Partners, LLC and TruAmerica Multifamily, LLC has acquired the newly-built Vermont , a 464-unit high-rise ... (more)


18 hrs ago | NBC Los Angeles

Casino Tour Buses Draw Neighborhood Ire

Casino buses such as this one often park along Olympic Boulevard in Koreatown and Pico Union, causing local community leaders to speak out about traffic and safety problems on Thursday, July 24, 2014.


22 hrs ago | The Salinas Californian

Ernesto Sandoval provides tips on growing succulentsErnesto Sandoval...

Ernesto Sandoval provides tips on growing succulents In times of drought, succulents can provide color without much attention Check out this story on Growing cactus and other succulents doesn't have to be literally a thorn in your side.


23 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter

Roadshow: No bridge crossing without FasTrak? What about tourists?

Q When the toll takers go away, will it really be illegal to cross bridges without FasTrak? What about out-of-state visitors? What about a family coming down from Redding for a day in The City? ... How is that supposed to work? Will everyone driving into California be stopped at the border and issued a transponder? A No, I got it wrong in a recent ... (more)


Thu Jul 24, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Coast Lines, July 25, 2014: Overnight traffic camera installation project

Caltrans will begin an overnight project to install traffic cameras along six miles of Highway 1 from Freedom Boulevard in Aptos to Soquel Drive in Santa Cruz Monday at 9 p.m. No traffic delays are anticipated since no lane closures are required, but motorists should be aware of work crews in the area.


San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Obama speaks of a economic patriotisma at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College

President Barack Obama speaks at the campus of Los Angeles Trade-Technical College on Thursday, July 24, 2014, about the economy and other topics during a campaign swing through Southern California.


Berryessa Sun

Police Blotter: Recovery of stolen bike leads to indoor marijuana growing operation

Associates of the 15-year-old were also identified. Foothill Division, 9 a.m. July 17 While conducting gang suppression detail in the neighborhood near Sunset and Stowe avenues, at the Valley Palms and Kollmar apartments and in Capitol and El Royo parks, officers performed vehicle stops and probation searches and made multiple arrests for drug ... (more)


Going to LAX This Weekend? Be Prepared for the 'Century Crunch'

People planning to travel to Los Angeles International Airport this weekend should give themselves plenty of time and consider alternate routes, with a 57-hour closure of a stretch of Century Boulevard scheduled to begin tomorrow.


Sacramento Bee Newspaper

California pharmacies resist push to translate drug labels

When Chek Lun Wong picks up his prescription medication for hepatitis B at his local Walmart, he doesn't understand a word.


Wed Jul 23, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

RedlandsREDLANDS: Mall sold; buyers intend to add residential units

A San Diego-based investment company has purchased the Redlands Mall with an eye toward adding residential units to the downtown facility, a city spokesman said Wednesday.


The Campbell Reporter

Main Street Cupertino's Lazy Dog Restaurant granted late-night hours

Photos courtesy city of Cupertino Rendering for "Main Street Cupertino", a mixed-use project slated for the north side of Stevens Creek Boulevard between Finch and Tantau avenues.



MATRIARCHS to Perform with SOULFLY @ House Of Blues

Los Angeles, CA's very own MATRIARCHS may have joined the heavy music game only two years ago, but are already making big waves.


NBC Los Angeles

Avoiding Traffic During President Obama's SoCal Visit

President Barack Obama will attend two Democratic National Committee fundraisers Wednesday then give a speech at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College Thursday.


Tue Jul 22, 2014

No Parole for Sonoma County's 2002 Attempted-Murder-By-Machete Inmate

A man convicted of burglary and attempted murder and mayhem with a machete has been denied parole by The California Board of Prison Terms, the Sonoma County District Attorney's Office said Monday.


Sacramento Bee Newspaper

AM Alert: State expands recognition for Vietnam soldier memorial

A flag is placed on the wall of names during the 15th annual "Never to be Forgotten" ceremony at the California Vietnam Veterans Memorial on May 25, 2014 in Sacramento.


Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Cathie Anderson: Disabled vet builds $4 million business in Rocklin

Disabled U.S. Marine veteran Dave Hornbeck is still doing reconnaissance, but now he's scouting business opportunities for his own company, Rocklin's Global Blue DVBE .



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