Daily Review office is moving to new location in Hayward

The Daily Review office is moving Monday to a new location in Hayward.Customers can go to 3317 Arden Road to purchase a newspaper, pay subscription, or place vacation holds, legal ads and obituaries. 
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The five year renewal is the third for Manzanita Charter Middle School, which has 153 students, nearly 90 percent of whom are classified as economically disadvantaged and roughly 60 percent as English Language Learners, according to district statistics.  
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Eden Area Regional Occupational
Nea is partnering with the Eden Area Regional Occupational Program (EAROP) to offer education in the areas of industrial technology, health and services and business and technology. Classes and training will be provided at the EAROP Center in Hayward, a career training joint venture of the Castro Valley, Hayward, San Leandro and San Lorenzo school districts.  
A man and his girlfriend have been charged with kidnapping, rape and robbery after authorities said they robbed a man, abducted his female companion and sexually abused her for hours at a San Leandro motel before she was rescued by police.  
This will be the 20th year former Alameda County Gail Steele and a group of parents have organized the memorial.  
Colonial Acres parents organize to motivate students in San Lorenzo Unified.  
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Karl Mondon
We talk with Rodney Smith, a Bay Area Teamsters organizer, about growing up in Oakland, working union jobs, and then helping others organize for better wages and working conditions.