Customers Begin Exploring Bay Area Shopping Malls In Age Of COVIDAs some shopping malls reopen their doors in the Bay Area, the big question remains: will people return and embrace the new retail experience in the era of COVID?
Authorities Announce Arson Arrest In Concord RV Fire MondayAuthorities in Concord on Thursday announced the arrest of a suspect in connection with a recreational vehicle fire that burned under Highway 4 in Concord earlier this week.
BART Service Restored To Pittsburg/Bay Point; Fire Crews Knock Down Small BrushfiresBART service was restored between Concord and Pittsburg/Bay Point Wednesday night following brush fires near the trackway just north of the North Concord station, BART and fire officials said.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Hurricane Harbor Release COVID-19 Guidelines For Parks' ReopeningVallejo's Six Flags Discovery Kingdom and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Concord announced new health and safety guidelines Tuesday that will be implemented when the parks reopen following the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Concord Repair Shop Owner Fixes Donated Vehicles To Help Feed COVID-19 VictimsA small business owner in Concord is turning his ability to repair cars into a way to feed people struggling during the shutdown.
Bay Area Gas Prices Drastically Drop During Coronavirus Shelter-In-PlaceAs the Bay Area remains under a shelter-in-place due to the coronavirus pandemic, those who are driving are paying gas prices that haven't been seen in years.
Concord Police Seek Help Finding Suspect Who Stole ER Nurse's PuppyPolice in Concord are asking for the public's help in finding a Malinois puppy who was stolen from the home of an emergency room nurse over the weekend.
Concord Fender-Bender Leads To Road Rage Shooting; Driver ArrestedA minor traffic collision led to a road rage incident in Concord where one driver opened fire on the second driver, police said.
Concord Mulls Pay Cuts For Council, Top City Officials Over Coronavirus PandemicThe Concord City Council on Tuesday will consider slashing its own members' pay by 10 percent, in recognition of an already challenging city financial outlook made worse by the effects of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Woman Struck, Killed by Object Hurled from Overpass on Highway 4 in Concord
Concord Council Paves Way For 70 Townhomes After Denying Resident's AppealA 70-townhome residential project in northeastern Concord can move forward, with the Concord City Council's rejection of an appeal.