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231 East Campbell Avenue
Campbell , CA 95008
(408) 379-5010
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Police Blotter - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Patricia Drive, 10:56 p.m. Wednesday A person arriving home saw a person wearing black moving around inside the garage. CAMPBELL 500 block of West Hacienda Avenue, Wednesday A person learned that someone filed a tax return using their name and had received a refund. 700 block of Nido Drive, 8 a.m. Wednesday A 27-inch Samsung flat-screen television was taken from an unlocked recreation room. 500 block of East Latimer Avenue, Wednesday A white 2000 BMW 328 was stolen overnight. Campbell Avenue and La Pradera Drive, 7:11 p.m. Wednesday A 19-year-old driver who collided with a fence was arrested for driving under the influence. SAN MATEO 1500 block of Yew Street, 1:36 p.m. Tuesday A house was ransacked during a burglary. FOSTER CITY Pilgrim Drive, 3:50 p.m. Wednesday Three dead birds in a driveway appeared to have been placed in a triangle. BELMONT Continentals Way, 7:26 a.m. Wednesday A Toyota truck parked in a secured garage was stolen. Hastings Drive, 5:56 p.m. Wednesday A residence was burglarized between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. REDWOOD CITY Main Street, 8:27 a.m. Wednesday A woman was seen trying to force open the door to a camper on a truck bed. St. Francisco Street, 9:48 a.m. Wednesday Because an aerial bucket being used by a neighbor to trim a tree was leaning over a person's property, the person asked police to cite the neighbor for trespassing. Vera Avenue, 6:31 p.m. Wednesday Young juveniles were reported to be creating a disturbance with their yelling and screaming. MILPITAS Lawton Drive, Tuesday Outgoing mail was stolen. Landess Avenue, Wednesday An assault occurred. East Calaveras Boulevard, Wednesday A vehicle was stolen. PRINCETON Capistrano Road, 9:13 p.m. Tuesday A 48-year-old female driver who pulled out in front of a patrol car, forcing the officer to brake abruptly, was arrested for driving while intoxicated. HALF MOON BAY 600 block of Highland Avenue, 9:20 p.m. Wednesday A person hiding in a backyard took off when spotted by the homeowner.

Dustin Johnson shoots 66, wins Memphis in his 2nd event after back ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Made great birdies at 16 and 17." Johnson, who picked up the check for over $1 million, led by only a stroke going to No. 18. Rory McIlroy, Chad Campbell and Nick O'Hern, three of the four who had a chance to tie Johnson with a birdie, knocked their tee shots into the lake. Johnson said he thought he might have been tied and made sure he hit the fairway to at least give himself a chance at birdie. Par was good enough. Now Johnson is the first player since Tiger Woods (1996-2000) to win in each of his first five seasons on tour after leaving college, which he said means a lot. His six career wins are the most of any of the tour players in their 20s. "It means I'm playing good golf too," Johnson said. "I come out every week and I try to just put myself in position to have a chance to win on Sunday." Johnson isn't concerned that no one has won on the PGA Tour and then won the U.S. Open the next week. "I wasn't worried about the Open today," Johnson said with a smile. "I was worried about winning the FedEx. Next is a whole different week." Merrick remains winless in 154 career tour starts. He shot a 69, recovering from a double bogey where he hit twice into water with a pair of birdies, and had a 272 total. "The wheels were coming off the train. Hung in there and made a good putt for double," Merrick said. "Hung in there, proud of myself." Davis Love III, the U.S. Ryder Cup captain,...

Dentist Dr. David Benedict Fox was war hero

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Fox Jr. and Howard Fox, both of Nashville; a sister, Jean Clippard of Nashville; his brother, Ted Fox of Hot Springs, and six grandchildren. He also was preceded in death by his second wife, Jean Campbell Fox, who died in 2006. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Memorial Park, with visitation at Memorial Park Funeral Home beginning at 10 a.m. Services in Nashville will be at 11 a.m. Friday at St. David's Episcopal Church. The family requests that any memorials be sent to MIFA and the Center for Living and Learning on Old Hillsboro Road in Franklin, Tenn. (The Commercial Appeal)

2 goal-line technology systems for soccer OKd - San Francisco Chronicle

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Fresno State. Stephen Piscotty fell a homer short of the cycle, going 4-for-5, for the second-ranked Cardinal (9-1). -- Chadd Krist had three RBIs, and Danny Oh and Derek Campbell each had two as Cal beat visiting Lehigh 9-3. Justin Jones (2-1) pitched seven shutout innings as the Bears (6-2) kept Lehigh (2-3) off the board until the ninth inning. -- In college swimming, Stanford claimed its 31st-straight conference title at the Pac-12 Men's Swimming Championships at East Los Angeles College. Cal was second. -- In college rugby, Jake Anderson slotted the go-ahead penalty kick with no time remaining as Cal (11-1) slipped past host Utah (4-3), 23-22. High schools: The boys basketball team from an Orthodox Jewish school fell just short in its state championship run after a semifinal game in Fort Worth, Texas, was rescheduled to not conflict with the Sabbath. Beren Academy lost 46-42 to Abilene Christian in the championship Saturday night. Beren's semifinal originally was set for Friday night. Beren students say their faith prohibits participation between sunset Friday and sunset Saturday. Tennis: Kevin Anderson took out Andy Roddick on Friday night, then bounced John Isner on Saturday from the Delray Beach (Fla.) International Tennis Championships. The 36th-ranked South African beat Isner 7-5, 7-6 (4) and will face qualifier Marinko Matosevic of Australia in today's final. The 173rd-ranked Matosevic reached his first career final with a 5-7, 6-4, 7-6 (7) victory over Dudi Sela of Israel. -- Roger Federer edged Andy Murray 7-5, 6-4 to win his fifth Dubai Championships title in the United Arab Emirates. -- Taiwan's Hsieh Su-Wei reached the Malaysian Open final in Kuala Lampur by defeating Eleni Daniilidou of Greece 6-0, 4-6, 6-1. The second semifinal between Jelena Jankovic and Petra Martic was suspended because of rain. Obituary: Alex Webster, 80, the star running back for the New York Giants who later coached the team for four years, died. Mr. Webster played for New York from 1955-64 and wa...

Monkees singer Davy Jones dead at 66

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
King and Gerry Goffin wrote “Pleasant Valley Sunday,” and Neil Diamond penned “I'm a Believer.” Musicians who played on their records included Billy Preston, who later played with the Beatles, Glen Campbell, Leon Russell, Ry Cooder and Neil Young. The group also released the 1968 film “Head,” derided at the time as a psychedelic mishmash notable only for an appearance by Jack Nicholson. It has since come to be considered a cult classic by Monkees fans. After two seasons, the TV series had flared out and was cancelled after 58 episodes in the summer of 1968. But The Monkees remained a nostalgia act for decades. After the TV show ended, Jones continued to tour with the other Monkees for a time, sometimes playing the drums at concerts when Dolenz came up front to sing. Many also remember Jones from a widely seen episode of “The Brady Bunch” that aired in 1971, in which he makes an appearance at Marcia Brady's school dance. In the episode, Marcia Brady, president of her school's Davy Jones Fan Club, promised she could get him to appear before her classmates. The group eventually broke up over creative differences, although it did reunite from time to time for brief tours over the years, usually without Nesmith. In 1987, Jones, Tork, and Dolenz recorded a new album, “Pool It.” And two years later, the group received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. All four, however, came together for a 1996 album, “Justus,” and a subsequent TV movie “Hey, Hey, It's The Monkees!” that saw them still living in the same house and still traveling in the Monkeemobile — just like old times. Jones, who is survived by his wife Jessica, continued to make appearances on television and stage later. But it was the fame of The Monkees that pulled him back to that era time and time again. On his website, he recalled during auditions for the show when all four men finally were put together in a scene. “That's it,” he recalled everyone around him saying: “Magic.” Associated Press writers Nekesa Mumbi Moody and Frazier Moore in New York and John Rogers in Los Angeles contributed to this report. Tags: arts and entertainment, life, entertainment, movies, obituaries ... (Duluth News Tribune)

Finding a way to pass on local journalism - Leelanau Enterprise

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
A column by Alan Campbell In the summer of 1995 on one of my last trips west to fly fish — my wife and I purchased the Leelanau Enterprise two years later — I contemplated the future of the newspaper business while speeding down a two-lane road in Montana. The digital age was dawning, although it had not risen quite high enough in the sky to threaten newspapers. But it was there, like a meteor seemingly headed for...

Two Campbellsport victims have organs donated to help others - FOX6Now.com Milwaukee

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
NEW LONDON — The crash that killed three Campbellsport high school girls over the weekend is still sinking in for many, in the small Fond du Lac County community, but the families of two of the girls killed, are making sure their daughters’ memories live on. According to the girls’ obituaries, Caitlin Scannel donated her tissues for transplant purposes, and Katie Berg left behind her heart for a nine-year-old boy. At Theda-Clark Medical ...

Enquirer editor explains new subscription model - Cincinnati.com

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
You can find things to do this weekend in a lot of places. But if you don’t want to miss music that Janelle Gelfand knows or the new restaurant that Polly Campbell knows or you want to see many more options than your usual choices, cincinnati.com’s entertainment section is packed. Here are key points about how this will work: • Your subscription will always include full access to the web, mobile site, iPhone and Android apps, a tablet product and the e-newspaper, which is an exact replica of the print newspaper that you can page through online. • The home page, section fronts, obituaries and classified sections like cars.com will remain free. • You can read a limited number of articles for free before you are asked to subscribe. That doesn’t charge the infrequent reader but does ask regular readers to pay. I know we must give you important, unique content that helps you speak up to your elected officials, know how school changes will affect your kids, plan your weekend and participate in efforts to improve quality of life in your neighborhood. We are balance that with inspiring and beautiful stories and photography. I think that’s worth paying for. Let me know when you see us do something you value, to help us keep doing it. And let me know what else you need from us.

Enquirer editor explains new subscription model - Cincinnati.com

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
You can find things to do this weekend in a lot of places. But if you don’t want to miss music that Janelle Gelfand knows or the new restaurant that Polly Campbell knows or you want to see many more options than your usual choices, cincinnati.com’s entertainment section is packed. Here are key points about how this will work: • Your subscription will always include full access to the web, mobile site, iPhone and Android apps, a tablet product and the e-newspaper, which is an exact replica of the print newspaper that you can page through online. • The home page, section fronts, obituaries and classified sections like cars.com will remain free. • You can read a limited number of articles for free before you are asked to subscribe. That doesn’t charge the infrequent reader but does ask regular readers to pay. I know we must give you important, unique content that helps you speak up to your elected officials, know how school changes will affect your kids, plan your weekend and participate in efforts to improve quality of life in your neighborhood. We balance that with inspiring and beautiful stories and photography. I think that’s worth paying for. Let me know when you see us do something you value, to help us keep doing it. And let me know what else you need from us.

A final look back at the highs and lows of the 2012 Grammy Awards - NOLA.com

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Walking to New Orleans,” produced by Bartholomew, played in the background. Allen Toussaint made money off Blake Shelton’s weak stab at “Southern Nights,” a Toussaint composition, during a Glen Campbell tribute. By contrast, The Band Perry fully inhabited “Gentle on My Mind” during that same tribute. From the Staples Center to the Fair Grounds: The Grammys previewed the 2012 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival presented by Shell. The E Street Band, the Foo Fighters, the Beach Boys, the Eagles’ Joe Walsh, Bonnie Raitt and Bon Iver all factored in the broadcast, and all are bound for Jazz Fest. Even Jazz Fest producer Quint Davis, a buddy of Grammy telecast producer Ken Ehrlich, appeared briefly in an audience shot. Wouldn’t it be nice… ...if the Beach Boys rehearsed more before kicking off their 50th anniversary tour at Jazz Fest? The barely-there Brian Wilson and Mike Love demonstrated why the Beach Boys are considered a far better studio than live band. Maroon 5’s cover of “Surfer Girl” and even Foster the People’s “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” were more engaging than the actual Boys’ “Good Vibrations.” More lead guitarists are sometimes less: It surely looked good on paper: Close the show with McCartney, his band, and guest guitarists Springsteen, Walsh and Grohl. Springsteen’s pained smile said it all: Why on earth did I agree to this? ...




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