Union City

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List Of AC Transit Routes - Local Service
68 Bi-directional loop South Hayward BART Union City Daily (clockwise), weekdays (counterclockwise) Hayward, Union City South Hayward Route 68 Schedule ...
Alfred Egidio Modarelli
... Born in Union City, New Jersey, Modarelli received an A.B ... He was in private practice in Union City from 1922 to 1948 ... He was a judge on the Municipal Court of Union City from 1925 to 1934, an assistant prosecutor for Hudson County, New Jersey from 1934 to 1944, and a special assistant ...
List Of Hatzolah Chapters - United States - New Jersey
... (Mexico City, Mexico also has a Sephardic Hatzalah.) Elizabeth/Hillside Hatzalah of Union County, with "U-prefix" unit numbers ... Union County is geographically and organizationally separate from Union City ... U" also responds to nearby towns including Linden, Union Township, Roselle and Roselle Park, and even to businesses in Newark where slow EMS response may allow the Hatzalah ambulance to complete the 12-14 ...
BART Green Line - Stations
... listed in order of terminal Station Opened Other BART lines Fremont 1972 Union City 1972 South Hayward 1972 Hayward 1972 Bay Fair 1972 San Leandro 1972 Coliseum / Oakland Airport 1972 ...
Union City, Missouri
... Union City is an unincorporated community in Stone County, Missouri, United States ... Union City was a Union Army camp during the Civil War ... The adjacent area to the east of Union City and south of Possum Trot is known as Union Ridge, and a church was built there in 1896 ...

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