One year after a massive fire broke out at the Chevron refinery in Richmond, Bay Area air officials are continuing their efforts to better monitor refinery emissions.
A San Pablo man was arrested for allegedly stealing jewelry from an elderly woman whose Moraga home he had been hired to paint, police said.
For 23 years, Wilma Grant has been a beloved teacher in San Pablo. But it’s what she continues to do in retirement that has earned her this week’s Jefferson Award.
Two people were injured in a shooting at a San Pablo bar on Tuesday night, police said. Officers were called to Jerry’s bar in the 13000 block of San Pablo Avenue on reports of a shooting around 9:10 p.m., according to police.
A San Pablo woman suffered severe burns early Sunday morning when she re-entered a burning home to rescue a pet cat, fire officials said.
Doctors Medical Center in San Pablo could close within the year if the financially troubled community hospital cannot close a $17 million deficit, officials said Tuesday.
Police are attempting to locate a man suspected of gunning down and killing a romantic rival in San Pablo last month, a police sergeant said Thursday.
Police are investigating the deaths of two San Pablo residents who were gunned down in their city early Sunday, a police lieutenant said Monday morning.
An unattended cigarette led to a fire that damaged a San Pablo apartment and left a dog inside the building unconscious.
He grew up with many obstacles that could left him in trouble on the streets. But in the end, an East Bay man beat the odds to become an entrepreneur. And now, he’s helping other East Bay young people strive for their own success. That’s why Michael Parker has been honored with this week’s Jefferson Award.