Piedmont/Montclair What's Happening: Skyline Lacrosse Club registration

Skyline Lacrosse Club -- Registration open for boys and girls teams, grades 2-12. www.skylinelacrosse.com SOFTBALL Piedmont Softball -- Registration open for upcomfing fall ball season for girls U8, U10, U12-14 teams. 
New era of education financing requires someone willing to make tough, even unpopular, decisions. Foster better meets that requirement.  
Police Chief Sean Whent says they revised planning protocols after officer was attacked and hospitalized during rally that went from downtown Oakland to Berkeley.  
A farmers market will debut Aug. 27 in west Hayward. Whether it continues depends on the public's response.  
Four groups of Chinese investors have met with Union City leaders since Mayor Carol Dutra-Vernaci returned from the trip in late June. A fifth group is to visit next week.  
Elsewhere: West Oakland farm rebuilds after vandals wreck City Slicker Farms' urban garden.  
A Union City resident was cited for being in possession of a BB gun after police caught him shooting at feral cats on Santa Cruz Way.  
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Thomas Orozco, 14, of Union City won his age division at the International Game Fish Association Young Anglers Tournament at Shelter Island Pier in San Diego on Aug.  
The state open meeting law is clear. Local government boards must report how each member voted on any "action taken." That includes "a collective commitment to make a positive or a negative decision."  
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A gyoza-eating world champion, plus 'Portlandia' for real

Joey Chestnut just set a new world record for gyoza-consumption. A Midwestern food truck study reads like an episode of 'Portlandia.' And Mills College just made the Daily Meal's list of top colleges for food.