These were among the most-read stories by Albany Patch viewers this past week:
Police Chief McQuiston wrote that he will not release the investigation report or other documents relating to the case.
The trial for Raymond Anderson, who was charged earlier last year with six counts of molestation, will begin later this month.
A new school district report on inter-district enrollment shows a total of 471 out-of-district students attending Albany schools this year on permits. The large majority (378) come from the West Contra Costa Unified School District.
Berkeley transportation planners are considering whether any fixes are needed to address driver confusion caused by the large white striped crescent that the city painted on Solano Avenue at the intersection with Colusa Avenue.
The Albany Police reports for March 4-10 include an arrest of 25-year-old Albany man who was arrested after he allegedly tried and failed to pull a purse away from a 66-year-old Albany woman on San Pablo Avenue Saturday afternoon.
And the week's most popular blog: Albany Housing Bubble by Devin Ratoosh.
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