Chaman Kabob 2-Year Anniversary Celebration Raises $400 for Brentwood PAL

Chaman Kabob Restaurant in Brentwood celebrated its two year anniversary yesterday and as part of their celebration they wanted to give back to the...

Antioch: Deal Falls Through, Humphrey’s Building Back Up for Lease

The City of Antioch has put the Humphrey’s On the Delta building back on the market for lease as of May 13 according to...

Oakley Council Shows Concern With Tenant Selection Process, Reopens Bidding on Carpaccio’s Building

On Tuesday, the Oakley City Council moved forward on finding a new tenant to lease the "Carpaccio building" and have opened up the bidding...

Video: Business Profile and Conversation with Golf Ballin

Continuing our series of featuring a local business, we visited Golf Ballin in Brentwood who shared his story and his ultimate dream of one...

Photos: 2014 Streets of Brentwood Kids Parade

The Streets of Brentwood held its 2014 4th of July Kids Parade Saturday morning where hundreds of people attended showcasing their red, white and...

AAA: Teens Entering 100 Deadliest Days of Summer

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. –  Teens drivers love hitting the road instead of the books during their summer vacation. But it's important for young drivers...

Looking to Volunteer, Sutter Delta Hospital Provides Many Opportunities

For many, fulfillment comes with retirement. Having worked tirelessly for many years and finally being able to enjoy the benefits of your life's work,...

Black Angus Steakhouse to Open Doors in Brentwood

IRVINE, Calif. – Black Angus Steakhouse, a Steakhouse that captures the flavor of the American West, has announced it will open its doors in...

Oakley Business’ Not Happy With City–Send Letter

I was forwarded a letter this afternoon that was sent to the Oakley City Council and City Manager. It appears to be a joint...

Robert J. Freitas II: Good Dental Habits Start Early

Among other things, February is Children’s Dental Health Month and with my son just celebrating his first birthday this month (that first year goes...

Rivertown Treasure Chest Catches Burglary on Video, Seeks Help Identifying Suspect

The owners of Rivertown Treasure Chest in downtown Antioch are asking for the public’s help in identifying a burglary suspect early Sunday morning. At 2:30...

5-9 PM Tonight: Lumpy’s Celebrates 4-Years in Antioch

Lumpy Sturgill knows how to party and tonight he will be celebrating four years in Antioch where everyone is invited to partake in the...

Mt. Diablo Recycling Hosts 3rd Annual Funtastic Family Earth Day Celebration April 25

Earth Day is not just a once a year holiday for Mt. Diablo Recycling (MDR), a division of recycling and resource recovery company Garaventa...

Antioch: Delta Learning Center Celebrates 40 Years

On Thursday, the Delta Learning Center celebrated 40-years of service to the community with a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Antioch Chamber of Commerce. Located...

Shepherd’s Gate: 10th Anniversary Sunset Celebration to Dawn New Awareness and Support

To celebrate 10 years serving Brentwood and surrounding communities, Shepherd’s Gate, providing comprehensive care for women and children fleeing domestic violence and homelessness, will...

Delta Tactical Training Group Announces Civilian Firearms Training Courses

Delta Tactical Training Group announced a series of upcoming beginner handgun training courses starting this Saturday and will run through January. This class is...

Fudge For Troops: 47 Pounds Short of Goal

With 8 days remaining in the Fudge For Troops Campaign, the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is reporting they are just 47 pounds away from...

Antioch Chamber Names Richard Pagano as New CEO

The Antioch Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce its new Chief Executive Officer, local State Farm agent, Richard Pagano. Mr. Pagano replaces former...

Streets of Brentwood Announces Raffle Prize Winners from Art Wine and Jazz Festival

The Streets of Brentwood have announced the winners of The Streets of Brentwood Raffle from this weekends Art Wine and Jazz Festival.  Winners should...

Oakley City Council Approves First Step in Mr. Pickles Coming to Oakley

Downtown Oakley may soon be getting a sandwich shop as the City Council unanimously approved the first step in a lease agreement that would...