Judith Prieve, East Bay Times

Judith Prieve

East Bay Times

San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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Past articles by Judith:

Antioch to draft policy to require vaccines or COVID tests for city workers

Mayor Lamar Thorpe hopes vaccine mandate will help fend off delta variant. → Read More

Antioch to create policy banning police holds, tactics that could lead to injury, death

City staff, police oversight committee and police will work together to develop police policy on holds, restraints and tactics. → Read More

Bay Point commuters to be redirected as ramp demolition work begins

Drivers will be permanently redirected to a westbound diagonal off-ramp that has been widened to serve northbound and southbound traffic. → Read More

Bay Point commuters to be redirected as ramp demolition work begins

Drivers will be permanently redirected to a westbound diagonal off-ramp that has been widened to serve northbound and southbound traffic. → Read More

Los Medanos College's new Brentwood campus will open but repairs continue following flooding

School administrators expect repairs to be completed by late fall at new Brentwood college campus. → Read More

Los Medanos’ new Brentwood campus will open but repairs continue following flooding

Administration, student services and faculty offices temporarily moved so renovations can continue following water accident. → Read More

Mayors encourgage others to join in vaccine, COVID test mandates for city workers

Mayors concerned about high rates of COVID, low rates of vaccinations in cities. → Read More

Lodi administrator to take over Oakley schools top position

Palmquist takes over after a tumultuous year for the Oakley Union School Distirct board → Read More

Lodi administrator to take over Oakley schools top position

Jeffery Palmquist will succeed Greg Hetrick as superintendent → Read More

Council approves new upscale development in southeastern Antioch

New development will b elocated just north of Kaiser Permanente Medical Center. → Read More

California Theatre to expand renovations after infusion of state monies

Renovations of historic Pittsburg theater will include added balcony seats, new marquee, dressing rooms. → Read More

City of Antioch, police chief and officers sued over man's death during mental health crisisdu

Attorney John Burris announced the Sunday filing of the lawsuit during a news conference Monday at the family’s Antioch home. → Read More

Free COVID vaccines at Rocketship on Monday

Janssen , Pfizer available for first shots; Moderna for second shots → Read More

Free COVID vaccines at Rocketship on Monday

Janssen , Pfizer available for first shots; Moderna for second shots → Read More

Pittsburg to allow cannabis retail and other uses in four zones

Ordinance will protect houses of worship from being too close to new cannabis businesses. → Read More

Antioch’s oldest tutoring center hosts grand reopening

Tutor center closed form more than a year during pandemic now reopens → Read More

Liberty high school district reports more COVID cases but committed to staying open

All far East County schools plan to update COVID-19 case numbers regularly on their websites. → Read More

Brentwood district schools reporting COVID-19 cases days after they reopen

East County schools reported 23 cases of COVID-19 since opening last week → Read More

Free food, vaccines at large drive-through event

St. Vincent de Paul of Contra Costa County will partner with the Food Bank of Contra Costa/Solano and Contra Costa Health Services to conduct a large drive-thru food distribution and vaccination event. → Read More

New traffic calming measures approved for some Antioch streets

City staff also ammended requirements so more streets might qualify for traffi calming devises. → Read More