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    1. In 1982, Swedish foreign exchange student, Elisabeth Martinsson, went missing in California. Now, more than three decades later, her remains have been found and identified.

    2. Last Friday, April 24 during an evening celebrated by the Bay Area’s most distinguished builders and developers, The New Home Company won Community of the Year for its Orchard Park master plan in San Jose at the Bay Area Building Industry Association’s Excellence in Home Building Awards.

    3. Your rights may be affected by a class action lawsuit regarding your purchase(s) of milk and certain other fresh milk products. The lawsuit is pending before Judge Jeffrey S. White in federal court in Oakland, California ("Court").

    4. It's like Record Store Day, for the bookish crowd. Shops across Southern California will celebrate Independent Bookstore Day with events and special edition items.

    5. UC San Francisco and Hospice by the Bay have formed an alliance to expand quality patient care for seriously and terminally ill patients in the Bay Area.

    6. By Michael Berry After years of dwindling sales and gloomy news, some independent bookstores in Berkeley – as well as around the Bay Area and across the nation – are bouncing back and are again in a celebratory mood. Saturday May 2 marks both the return of California Bookstore Day and the first national Independent Bookstore Day . For book lovers, the day brings opportunities to meet authors ...

    7. The mayor of a town in southern Sweden kept members of the neo-Nazi Party of the Swedes off the streets for their annual May Day demonstration - thanks to pre-empting their moves a year in advance.

    8. Mosquito tax fails on weighted system

      Point Reyes LightMay 22 01:13 AM

      A vote on an assessment tax proposed by the lone district in charge of wrangling mosquito populations in West Marin—the Marin/Sonoma Mosquito and Vector Control District—failed last week by a very narrow margin. The district was aiming to raise around $3.5 million, over half of which would have gone into...

    9. Amid student opt-outs, trustees blast testing

      Point Reyes LightMay 22 01:13 AM

      Standardized testing offers no significant benefit for student education, the trustees of the Lagunitas School District have declared. Last week, trustees unanimously passed a resolution that cites numerous drawbacks to state-mandated evaluations, from student stress to administrative costs, making a statement they hope will clarify the district’s stance on standardized...

    10. Virginia Hoagland Rumsey passed away at age 96 on Saturday, April 18, 2015.

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