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THE OAKLAND TRIBUNE
1970 Broadway #100
Oakland, CA 94612

Main Switchboard
(510) 208-6300

Classified Department
(800) 595-9595

Retail Advertising
(510) 293-2645

Paid Obituaries
(510) 293-2672

Legal Advertising
(510) 723-2850

SAN MATEO COUNTY TIMES
1730 S. El Camino Real #450
San Mateo, CA 94402

Main Switchboard
(650) 348-4321

Classified Department
(800) 595-9595

Retail Advertising
(408) 920-5589

Paid Obituaries
(408) 920-5276

Legal Advertising
(408) 920-5332

TRI-VALLEY TIMES
127 Spring Street
Pleasanton, CA 94566

Main Switchboard
(925) 935-2525

Classified Department
(800) 595-9595

Retail Advertising
(925) 847-2107

Paid Obituaries
(925) 943-8020

Legal Advertising
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MARIN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL
4000 Civic Center Drive #301
San Rafael, CA 94903

Main Switchboard
(415) 883-8600

Classified Department
(415) 382-7242

Retail Advertising
(415) 382-7275

Paid Obituaries
(415) 382-7335

Legal Advertising
(415) 382-7335

THE DAILY REVIEW
22533 Foothill Blvd
Hayward, CA 94541

Main Switchboard
(510) 783-6111

Classified Department
(800) 595-9595

Retail Advertising
(925) 847-2138

Paid Obituaries
(510) 293-2672

Legal Advertising
(510) 403-4483

THE ARGUS
37468 Fremont Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94536

Main Switchboard
(925) 935-2525

Classified Department
(800) 595-9595

Retail Advertising
(408) 920-5278

Paid Obituaries
(510) 293-2672

Legal Advertising
(510) 403-4483

ALAMEDA JOURNAL
1516 Oak Street
Alameda, CA 94501

Main Switchboard
(510) 748-1666

Classified Department
(800) 595-9595

Retail Advertising
(510) 748-1678

Paid Obituaries
(510) 293-2627

Legal Advertising
(510) 262-2740

VALLEJO TIMES-HERALD
440 Curtola Parkway
Vallejo, CA 94590

Main Switchboard
(707) 644-1141

Classified Department
(707) 451-6200

Retail Advertising
(707) 644-1141

 
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