Judith Prieve, Vallejo Times-Herald

Judith Prieve

Vallejo Times-Herald

San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
Past:
  • Vacaville Reporter
  • Marin IJ
  • The Bond Buyer
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Monterey Herald
  • ChicoER
  • Times-Standard
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Mercury-Register
  • LakeCountyRecordBee
  • and more…

Recent articles by Judith:

East Bay schools push back start date, plan to open with remote learning

Byron, Discovery Bay schools were on track to start within two weeks, but will now open on Aug. 10. → Read More

Far East Contra Costa schools diverge on in-person, remote learning

Students will be divided by grade and attend classes in-person every other day in Brentwood and Oakley high schools. → Read More

Pittsburg slices 8 percent from general fund for $43 million budget

New one-year Pittsburg budget tightens expenses, relies on Measure M sales tax dollars and reserve funds → Read More

Retired East Bay police officer shoots son after confrontation with wife

Officer said his son has a history of psychiatric issues. → Read More

Antioch council hears ideas on policing issues, agrees to hire moderator

Forum topics ranged from systemic racism, police reform, including hiring practices, excessive use of force, codes of conduct, demilitarization of the force, and more. → Read More

Antioch cancels holiday fireworks, parade but offers other activities

Antioch parks have been open for health and fitness opportunities since June 1. → Read More

Antioch hosts roundtable to hear about policing issues and more

Council wants to find out more about police-community relations in Antioch. → Read More

East Bay mobile construction sign says ‘Don’t slow for protestors’

Another sign at Round Valley proclaimed ‘No liberals in the park’ → Read More

East Bay city approves new stringent standards for unsightly vacant buildings, sites

Brentwood says the intent of new rules is to improve the city’s overhaul quality of life. → Read More

Antioch activists march to demand police officers’ resignations, call for reforms

Community members call for reform and for making city leaders and police accountable for their actions. → Read More

State’s trailers to temporarily house homeless in Antioch to remain empty for now

Antioch plans to launch a temporary housing program, to provide supportive services working with the county for homeless families. → Read More

J.C. Penney closures include Sun Valley mall store

Antioch store is not on the new list of 13 closures → Read More

East Bay leaders consider merits of police advisory board amid talks of injustice, racism

Pittsburg council discuss policing issues and more at a virtual roundtable conference. → Read More

Profile: John Krause locks up the flavor at Big House Beans

Big House Beans will soon open a new cafe in Oakland, coffee window at Brentwood Library and more. → Read More

Pittsburg to host roundtable on race relations, policing matters

The roundtable will focus on race, discrimination, injustice and police-community relations. → Read More

Police investigation shuts down part of Highway 4 eastbound

Officials said they could not estimate when the Highway 4 would reopen. → Read More

Antioch council rejects police reform committee, opts for larger forums

Mayor Sean Wright called for a bigger forum, a series of meetings, where all council members, community members and leaders could participate. → Read More

Brentwood’s longest-serving mayor says he won’t seek a fifth term

Taylor has been credited with spearheading efforts for a new library, senior center, bypass and Sand Creek interchanges and more. → Read More

St. Vincent de Paul to give out boxes of free food on Friday

Nonprofit, food bank plans to distribute 500 boxes of fresh fruits, vegetables and more. → Read More

Health officials say ‘stay out of the water’ after harmful algal blooms found

Extensive cyanobacteria was found throughout the bay with elevated cyanotoxins near slow-moving areas, officials say. → Read More