ALCO celebrates Native American Heritage Month, CoCo EMS and fire responder training

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Alameda County celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson noted the county's support of Native American Heritage Month on Twitter Thursday. Carson recognized the prolific sacrifice and subjugation of First Peoples throughout the nation.

Alameda County Office of Education release Newsletter

The Alameda County Office of Education released its official Newsletter Thursday. According to the post, the newsletter includes a special announcement Superintendent L.K. Monroe, info on upcoming Hour of Code, discussion about vaccinations for children ages 5-11 redistricting and much more.

Contra Costa County Emergency Medical Services hosts EMS and fire responders training

The Contra Costa County Emergency Medical Services and the National Traffic Incident Management Responder Training Program is hosting a free 8-hour training for EMS and fire responders. According to the post, the training will cover responder safety, quick clearance and interoperable communications at accidents.

Apprenticeship Week in Contra Costa County

The Workforce Development Board of Contra Costa County is looking for apprenticeship candidates for a number of committees and departments. For a complete list of available internships, click here.

Traffic collision at Alameda-Contra Costa County line in Livermore

A traffic collision on North Vasco Road just north of the Alameda-Contra Costa County line in Livermore left drivers with injuries and lanes closed in the southbound direction Thursday morning. According to the post, the injured drivers were taken to nearby hospitals and some lanes were reopened.

Above are some of the most interesting and relevant municipal, legal and health-related updates in the two major East Bay counties.

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