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All around San Francisco Bay on July 4th, brightly colored fireworks lit up the night sky. It’s a fun tradition. But how much do the rockets’ red glare pollute the bay?

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I hate to weigh in on this topic because I know it will bring me nothing but grief. However, facing hot topics is sometimes a newspaper’s obligation. So here we go.

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In a famous Supreme Court case in 1919 (Schneck v. United States), Justice Oliver Wendall Holmes, Jr. said that “the most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man falsely shouting fire in a crowded theater and causing panic.”

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There has been a great deal of coverage recently about state and national education issues and much of it can seem confusing and contradictory.

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The New Year brings new opportunities for all to enjoy at the library. If you haven’t visited recently, drop by to check out our renovations.

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Thanksgiving is almost here, and this year we’ll mark the holiday by undergoing the final phase of renovations at the library to improve services and make aesthetic upgrades.

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Ask almost anyone and they will tell you that completing college applications can be complicated and emotional for a variety of reasons.

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