San Leandro ended September with a and some tiny earthqakes -- a coincidence, or so we hope.
Patch tried to do its part on the jobs front by shining a spotlight on .
The topic was ripe as the city hosted three economic events in quick succession:
- a discussion of the ;
- a session on the ;
- and the that urged the city to create its own business story.
One tiny and , both centered near San Leandro, rattled nerves and sparked conversation.
Little quakes always raise the question: are you ready for the Big One?
On a sadder note, church services were held last week for Martin Francis, San Leandro's . Burial services are scheduled for 10:00 a.m. Monday, Oct. 3, at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, 1051 Harder Road, Hayward.
Among last week's crime stories, readers paid most attention to a brief item on the arrest, near Bishop O'Dowd High School, of a suspect in a homicide that occurred in San Leandro.
The interest probably owed to the fact that at the the private Catholic school as well as at the nearby Barack Obama Academy.