Sunol, CA Yellow Pages | GoMyLocal.com - ALAMEDA California SUNOL 925 94586

Search By Category

Sunol, CA

  • Local Listings

  • News

  • Jobs

  • Tweets


1234 Your Address
Sunol, CA 94586
 
 
Your Phone #
Your Fax #
 
Directions
Website
 

 
1011 Kilkare Road
Sunol , CA 94586
 
0 Reviews
   Write Review
(925) 862-2103
  bookmark this business Bookmark
 
Directions
 
 
 
5550 Niles Canyon Road
Sunol , CA 94586
 
0 Reviews
   Write Review
(925) 862-2902
  bookmark this business Bookmark
 
Directions
 
 
 
Banquet Facilities
6900 Mission Road
Sunol , CA 94586
 
0 Reviews
   Write Review
(925) 862-2408
  bookmark this business Bookmark
 
Directions
 
 
 
Contractors' Equipment & Supplies Rental & Leasing
Sunol , CA 94586
 
0 Reviews
   Write Review
(925) 862-0335
  bookmark this business Bookmark
 
Directions
 
 

The Latest: Senate approves Haley as US ambassador to UN

The Latest: Senate approves Haley as US ambassador to UNThe Latest on activities in Congress (all times EST): 6:05 p.m. The Senate has voted decisively to approve President Donald Trump's pick for U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Senators easily confirmed ...



Exclusive: Trump expected to sign executive orders on immigration

President Donald Trump speaksWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump was expected to sign several executive orders restricting immigration on Thursday, at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, according to several congressional aides and immigration experts briefed on the matter. Trump's orders were expected to involve restricting access to the United States for refugees and some visa holders from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, said the aides and experts, who asked not to be identified. (Reporting by Julia Edwards Ainsley; Editing by Jonathan Oatis)



In Trump freeze, U.S. agencies delay rules affecting farm townsBy Chris Prentice and Tom Polansek NEW YORK/CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. regulators under the new presidential administration have instituted a freeze on rules key to the country's farm belt, agricultural groups said on Tuesday, heightening uncertainty for some of the regions that helped propel Donald Trump into office. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will delay implementation of this year's biofuels requirements along with 29 other regulations finalized in the last weeks of Barack Obama's presidency, according to a government notice. The U.S. Department of Agriculture will pause rules affecting livestock, groups said.
Trump invites Indian PM Modi to visit later this yearWASHINGTON (AP) ? President Donald Trump spoke by phone Tuesday with India's prime minister and invited him to visit the United States later in the year.
Trump administration seeks to muzzle U.S. agency employees

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during the Inaugural Law Enforcement Officers and First Responders Reception in the Blue Room of the White House in Washington.By Valerie Volcovici and P.J. Huffstutter WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's administration has moved to curb the flow of information from several government agencies whose mandate impacts environmental issues since last week, in actions that appeared designed to tighten control and discourage dissenting views. Employees at the Environmental Protection Agency, the Interior Department, the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) have seen directives from the newly minted leadership seeking to limit how they communicate to the public, according to multiple sources. The moves have reinforced concerns that Trump, a climate change doubter, could seek to sideline scientific research showing that carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels contributes to global warming, as well as the career staffers at the agencies that conduct much of this research.



Protesters vow to battle Trump's 'poor decision' to revive pipeline

Signs hang in the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp on the edge of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation near Cannon BallBy Terray Sylvester CANNON BALL, N.D. (Reuters) - Tribal leaders protesting the construction of a controversial North Dakota pipeline vowed on Tuesday to fight U.S. President Donald Trump's order to revive the $3.8 billion project, calling his decision a "bad move." Protesters have rallied for months against plans to route the Dakota Access pipeline under a lake near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation, saying it threatened water resources and sacred Native American sites. Trump's order instructed the Army and the Army Corps of Engineers to review the decision. The Republican president also signed an order reviving the C$8 billion ($6.1 billion) Keystone XL pipeline project, which was rejected in 2015 by then-President Barack Obama.



Trump narrows down Supreme Court nominee list to 3

President Donald Trump answers a question about the Supreme Court after signing a series of executive orders,Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)WASHINGTON (AP) ? President Donald Trump has narrowed his choice to fill the Supreme Court vacancy to three judges and said he expects to make his decision in the coming days.



Snow-covered buildings collapsing in rare US West weather

This Jan. 20, 2017 aerial image provided by Rapid Aerial LLC shows a Partners Produce facility in Payette, Idaho, that collapsed under the weight of snow. For buildings in parts of the snow-covered U.S. West, it has become a winter where the weak do not survive. The accumulated weight of snow has crushed an old lumber mill in Oregon, the main grocery store in a small Idaho town, a sports complex in Alaska and a conference center in Colorado, among others. (Jason Brainerd/Rapid Aerial LLC via AP)BOISE, Idaho (AP) ? For buildings in parts of the snow-covered U.S. West, it has become a winter where the weak do not survive.



The Latest: White House moves to delay environmental rules

White House press secretary Sean Spicer calls on a reporter during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017. Spicer answered questions about the Dakota Pipeline, infrastructure, jobs and other topics. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Latest on President Donald Trump (all times local):



Trump revives controversial oil pipeline projects

US President Donald Trump shows one of the executive orders he signed in the Oval Office at the White House on January 24, 2017US President Donald Trump on Tuesday revived two pipeline projects blocked by his predecessor on environmental grounds, signalling his determination to undo Barack Obama's legacy. Trump gave a conditional go-ahead to the Keystone XL pipeline -- which would carry oil from Canadian tar sands to US refineries on the Gulf Coast -- and an equally controversial pipeline crossing in North Dakota. Both had been put on hold by Obama's administration.