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Colonel Jonathan Stevenson bought the Rancho Los Medanos land grant to construct a town which he named New York Landing. When coal was discovered nearby, the town changed its name to Black Diamond, after a mining firm. In 1911 citizens of the town voted to change the name to Pittsburg in honor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The name was selected because of the relationship that the city had with the steel building industry.

Population: 56769
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly Brentwood News
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Local Colleges: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers

Zip Codes associated with pittsburg, california: 94565
Towns/Cities near pittsburg, california : Bay Point Los Medanos McAvoy Diamond Cornwall

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Contra Costa Supervisors Set To Discuss Keller Canyon Landfill Permits

Citizen complaints about odor and concerns about potentially radioactive soil are two likely topics of discussion Tuesday as the Contra Costa Board of Supervisors does a permit review of the Keller Canyon Landfill on Bailey Rd. near Concord. This will be the fifth Keller Canyon Landfill Land Use Permit Review since 2014, designed as an opportunity to evaluate the landfill's compliance with the many rules guiding its operation.

Fog Advisory Extended Through 11 A.M. Today

The National Weather Service has extended a dense fog advisory from the far East Bay into the San Francisco Bay north of the Bay Bridge and the East Bay valleys through the late morning today. According to NWS Meterologist Scott Rowe, the regional office in Monterey extended the Bay Area's advisory to the Concord and Livermore areas and the Bay waters overnight after originally only issuing the warning for the east Contra Costa County areas east of Pittsburg.

Family lost home in Camp Fire but found dog waiting when they returned

PITTSBURG, Calif. - A dog left behind in the Camp Fire was found alive, waiting for his owners to return to their burned home.

Stage Right Conservatory Theatre presents 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,' through Dec. 16 .

BLACK DIAMOND BALLET THEATRE Black Diamond Ballet Theatre's full-length production of "The Nutcracker" in Pittsburg matches professional and community performers. The Ballet Company of East County will present "The Nutcracker" Dec. 14-16 at El Campanil Theatre at 602 W. Second St. in Antioch.

Massive Contra Costa arson case: Man guilty of 31 counts

A jury convicted a Pittsburg man of 31 counts related to car fires all around Contra Costa County on Tuesday, in what authorities call the biggest serial arson case in the county's history. James Bishop III, 38, now faces 20 years in prison after being convicted of multiple counts of arson and possession of flammable material, as well as a single count of possessing ammunition.

On Tap: Ballet troupe presents a Nutcrakera at historic El Campanil

Lilly Herrera and McKenzie Olsen rehearse for Ballet Company of East County's "The Nutcracker" in 2017. The ballet will be performed Dec. 14-16 at El Campanil Theatre.

Curtain Calls: a Great Expectationsa in Lafayette a whirlwind of a show

Lafayette's Town Hall Theatre is welcoming the holidays with a production of that other Dickens' classic, "Great Expectations." The adventure-packed coming-of-age story runs through Dec. 16 at Town Hall's historic theater.

Martinez City Council incumbent edges out challenger

Martinez Vice Mayor Debbie McKillop, center, met with representatives from the Isola delle Femmine delegation from Sicily, as they display a newspaper special section devoted to Martinez native son Joe DiMaggio, whose parents moved to California from Sicily. From left are Marco Mogavero, vice president of the Isola delle Femmine-Pittsburg Committee; Viviana Gradino, a member of the Isola city council; Isola Mayor Stefano Bologna; McKillop; Antonio Scala, president of the Isola-Pittsburg sister city committee; Pietro S. Rappa; and Dr. Anna Maria Lucido Lo Dico.

Vallejo Police Department steps up patrol of Gateway Plaza

The Vallejo Police Department is reminding residents to lock their cars, place belongings out of sight, or take valuable items with them during the holiday shopping season. As a way deter auto burglary and car theft, the department's dedicated holiday patrol and Crime Reduction Team detectives have stepped up patrols within the Gateway Plaza shopping center, the department announced Thursday.

Pittsburga s California Theatre available for destination weddings

Tom LaFleur, helps tune the pipes to the pipe organ at the California Theatre in Pittsburg, Calif., on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017. Pittsburg's refurbished historic California Theatre will be open for couples to tie the knot for the first time on Friday.

Planning Commission To Consider Community Farm

Planning commissioners in Pittsburg will on Tuesday consider approving plans for a community farm on a 3.5-acre site within a PG&E power-line corridor north of state Highway 4. The John Muir Land Trust's Family Harvest Farm would be located just south of Polaris Drive, between two large mobile home communities. The Martinez-based Land Trust in Dec. 2017 entered a 10-year licensing agreement with PG&E to operate a farm on that site, and has an experienced farmer lined up to manage the property.

The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report - 8 Arrests, 2 Thefts, Vandalism + MORE

A 48-year-old Pittsburg female was arrested after being contacted by officers. She was transported to Martinez Detention Facility for booking.

Man charged with murdering two kids in police chase had meth in his...

Man charged with murdering two kids in police chase had meth in his system, claimed stolen car was part of a scam Noe Saucedo, 23, appears in court at the A.F. Bray Courthouse in Martinez, Calif., on Monday, Jan. 22, 2018. Saucedo is charged with allegedly killing two children during a car crash on Jan. 17. Saucedo was driving a stolen pickup when he ran a red light and crashed into a vehicle driven by Edith Cardoza, of Pittsburg, at the intersection of Delta Fair Boulevard and Somersville Road in Antioch.

Some Colleges Will Reopen, But Smoke Will Keep Others Closed

While some Bay Area colleges and universities say they will open for classes and other business on Monday, several others said they will remain closed Monday, and perhaps Tuesday, all the result of smoke coming south from the Camp Fire in Butte County. Among those that will remain closed Monday are: *** All San Francisco State University campuses, except for limited services in Residential Life, Student Health Services, the university Police Department, Procurement and essential personnel.

The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report

A 48-year-old Pittsburg female was arrested after being contacted by officers. She was transported to Martinez Detention Facility for booking.

For 25 years, Share the Spirit has helped East Bay nonprofits help residents in need

Robert Harris, 73, of Antioch, sweeps the floor of the thrift store at the St. Vincent de Paul Family Resource Center in Pittsburg, Calif., on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. Harris is a client and a volunteer at the center.

Bay Area Air Quality Expected To Worsen Sunday

Smoke from the Camp Fire in Butte County, which has cast a pall over the entire Bay Area for more than a week, isn't expected to dissipate significantly until at least Wednesday, according to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Almost the entire Bay Area today has had air quality that, because of the ongoing smoke pollution, is rated as "unhealthy for sensitive groups," which means an "air quality index" count of between 101 and 150.

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