Piedmont Baseball foundation will open registration for its fall baseball season on August 3, 2007. Fall Ball is a more casual experience for baseball enthusiasts and a great opportunity to have fun and sharpen your baseball skills. Registration for Bronco and Pony aged players will close Monday August 27, 2007 in order to meet the Sunday September 9, 2007 opening day. Registration for Pinto and Mustang aged players will close Tuesday September 4, 2007. With the Fall Ball season beginning shortly after school starts PBF requests that you register as early as possible. To register, visit www.piedmontbaseball.org and follow the registration links.
Archive for July, 2007
Posted by drewbendon on July 18, 2007
Posted by drewbendon on July 16, 2007
Mulberry’s Market has officially taken over the space at 335 Highland, has begun clean-up and renovation and has launched their website (www.mulberrysmarket.com) where they will post construction updates. Currently, Chad and Laura are looking to open by Thanksgiving 2007 or before.
I was able to tour the space that was handed over and I think that we will all be happy that Chad and Laura will be bringing a clean, fresh face to the Civic Center.
Posted by Len Gilbert on July 13, 2007
A man and woman were robbed near the Linda & Lake intersection. Taken were a purse, cash, cell phone. See http://www.contracostatimes.com/piedmont/ci_6366194 for the article in the Piedmonter.
Reminder: be alert when you are out walking in the evenings and note any unusual activity or people in the neighborhood.
Posted by Len Gilbert on July 12, 2007
The city is looking for ideas to improve their website. Suggestions:
City department email newsletters
If you have an idea that would make the city’s web site better, send your suggestions to City Clerk Ann Swift at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by piedmont on July 11, 2007
This article may not have been noticed as many folks were out of town for the 4th of July. Be aware of unknown people, especially late evenings, after dark.
From the Oakland Tribune
Youth held in burglary, kidnapping
Oakland police seek two other suspects
Article Launched: 07/02/2007 02:41:40 AM PDT
PIEDMONT — Authorities booked a juvenile suspect on suspicion of burglary and kidnapping after a police dog found him hiding in a home, police said. Piedmont Police received a 9-1-1 call at about 3:55 a.m. Sunday from a woman saying she was robbed at gunpoint by several intruders in a home on the 10 block of Monticello. She was able to escape to a neighbor’s house, police said, while the suspects were still in the residence, along with the homeowner and her children, police said.
As police approached the home, an officer confronted one of three suspects as he was trying to break into the homeowner’s vehicle, police said.
The suspect then ran to the back of the home, police said, and police determined there were possibly two more individuals participating in the burglary. They believed that at least one was armed.
Police safely evacuated both the homeowner and the children, leaving one suspect holed up alone in the home.