Richmond, located on San Pablo Bay is interesting, diverse, changing every day
Pleasant Hill lives up to its name. A simple town with a lovely combination
This slow-growing town is probably the most prestigious in Contra Costa.
What makes Lafayette so hot? Almost all grade levels are scoring
This is Contra Costa country’s most populous city with a population of 123,000.
In recent years Walnut Creek has acquired a reputation for being, in a middle-class
Danville began as a farming town and is one of the few cities in the county to retain
It must be because of its great location, but people have flocked in San Ramon.
Mt. Diablo itself stands 3,849 feet high and is the center of Contra Costa county.
Noted economist and University of California professor John Kenneth Galbraith said
Emeryville is where you'll find Nemo, Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest
The Top Reasons to Buy a House in Piedmont If You Can Possibly Afford To:
Berkeley may be the conscience of the Bay Area, but Oakland is most definitely its soul
Alameda is an island, both literally and figuratively. As you cross the Oakland
Stretching from the East Bay shoreline just south of Oakland into the hills,
Today's Dublin is a rapidly growing bedroom community on the BART line,
Pleasanton, Dublin's next-door neighbor and the next stop on the BART line,
Castro Valley, in the hills east of San Leandro, has a rich history,