Latest Antioch Stories
By Barbara Zivica Antioch Mayor Don Freitas, backed by Councilman Brian Kalinowski, was right to disagree with the Antioch Council's decision to extend the registration deadline for owners of RVs parked on Antioch property. Those RVers have until 5 p.m.
By Lee Filas lfilas@@dailyherald.com Communities along the swollen Fox and Des Plaines rivers are bracing for flooding and closely watching weather reports. How much flooding will depend on the overnight rainfall.
By Contra Costa Times This week Opportunity Junction -- Job Training and Placement Program application sessions today through Sept. 4, 8-11 and 15-18. 12-week program begins Sept. 29. 3102 Delta Fair Blvd., Antioch. 925-776- 1133, www.opportunityjunction.org.
By Corrinne Hess chess@@dailyherald.com Who would think an unfinished home in an Antioch subdivision left abandoned by a defunct builder would be a gold mine? Three enterprising crooks found the house in the Clublands subdivision was worth about $1,000 in stolen copper and other materials - at least until they were nabbed by police.
By Denis Cuff It was one small flight for a butterfly, but one giant leap for a species. Butterfly No.
By Hilary Costa Antioch bocce ball players have been left in the dark this week - - literally -- after thieves stole the copper wiring from the light fixtures that surround the courts at Chichibu Park.
By Roni Gehlke Anyone who has ever seen a theater stage adaptation of "Peter Pan" and remembers the fun of watching Peter fly across the stage in his green felt costume as he battles fearsome pirates and Captain Hook, will want to relive that excitement by attending "Peter Pan and Wendy" this weekend at the Nick Rodriguez Community Center in downtown Antioch.
By Rowena Coetsee Nearly one-third of Antioch teens are failing to graduate, according to recently published data from a new state tracking system.
By Chrissa Ventrelle
By JAMES HANNAH DAYTON, Ohio Former faculty at Antioch College, which is temporarily closing amid financial problems, plan to teach in coffee shops, bookstores and parks to keep alive the spirit of the private school known for its pioneering academic programs.
- One who brings meat to the table; hence, in some countries, the official title of the grand master or steward of the king's or a nobleman's household.