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Alameda County Fair ends this weekend
Closing weekend at the Alameda County Fair features a range of keynote events, including the Junior Livestock auction, Demolition... Last comment on Jul 2, 2015 at 11:15 am | 1 comment

Pleasanton Weekly's 2015 Readers Choice winners
With 29,764 confirmed votes in the 2015 Readers Choice Pleasanton contest, our loyal readers gave their input about which... Last comment on Jul 4, 2015 at 1:59 pm | 21 comments

Treatment district opens new recycled water fill station in Dublin
The Dublin San Ramon Services District, which provides wastewater treatment to Pleasanton, opened its second residential... Last comment on Jul 1, 2015 at 8:21 am | 14 comments

Amador Valley students offer free money-management program
Whether it's saving up for college or a car, or simply saving up for a certain item during the holiday season, young students... Last comment on Jul 1, 2015 at 2:09 pm | 3 comments

 
 
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"BUSC U15 Elite Team Champions"
BUSC U15 Elite Team WINS the Harvest Festival Classic on 9/27-28 at the beautiful Pleasanton Sports Park! Head Coach Pablo Espinosa, Assistant Coaches Steven Babati and Scott Berglin, Managed by Leilani Storey. Submitted by Leilani Storey - Team Manager BUSC U15 Elite on Sep 29, 2014

 
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Suspected burglar fatally shot in chase outside Specialty Sales Classics
A man fleeing the showroom at Specialty Sales Classics auto sales at 2 a.m. today was shot and killed by Pleasanton police who had responded to a burglar alarm at the dealership. Sunday, 2:38 PM | 10 comments

Alameda County Fair closes today after 19-day run
It's the final day for the Alameda County Fair after a 19-day run that saw record-high crowds last night for a spectacular fireworks show. Sunday, 7:44 AM

Arabian Cup to draw field of 10 horses today at final races at Alameda County Fair
The $47,000 Sheikh Zayaed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Arabian Cup will draw a field of 10 horses Sunday for the Oak Tree at Pleasanton meet at the Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton. Sunday, 8:00 AM

Sierra Club says new electric rates will cost majority more
A San Francisco-based conservation group said a new electricity rate plan passed Friday by the California Public Utilities Commission will raise rates on majority of customers and make the air dirtier. Sunday, 7:07 AM

Pleasanton man named to Ducks Unlimited board
Pleasanton resident Dave Hinman was elected to the Ducks Unlimited national board of directors during the nonprofit organization's annual convention in Milwaukee. Sunday, 7:10 AM

Red Cross asks for blood donations now to avoid summer shortage
The American Red Cross is asking eligible blood and platelet donors to step up and donate now before they go on vacation to avoid a summer shortage. Sunday, 7:07 AM

Local baseball team wins N.Y. tournament
The local Headfirst 10U Bercovich baseball team took home the division championship in the league's week-long Cooperstown N.Y. Tournament, finishing off its 8-1 tourney record with a 9-5 victory in the title game June 18. Sunday, 7:00 AM

Pleasanton Weekly's 2015 Readers Choice winners
With 29,764 confirmed votes in the 2015 Readers Choice Pleasanton contest, our loyal readers gave their input about which businesses, professionals and places are the best of the best in categories within beauty and style, epicure, health and fitness, home and vehicle, kids and pets, rest and recreation, and services. Sunday, 7:05 AM | 21 comments

Take Us Along: Great Wall
Pictured are Carly and Maggie on the MuTianYu section of the Great Wall, reading a December 2004 issue of the Pleasanton Weekly with their family on the cover. Sunday, 7:13 AM

Local athletes combine for 10 medals at karate tourney
Five young students from Pleasanton-based Tri-Valley Karate earned 10 total medals at the Northern California Invitational Karate Tournament in Cupertino earlier this season. Sunday, 7:11 AM

Judge denies Pleasanton-based balcony builder's restraining order
A judge Thursday denied a bid by the Pleasanton-based company that built a Berkeley apartment complex where six people died earlier this month for a temporary restraining order to prevent prosecutors from testing the balcony and other evidence without company representatives being present. Sunday, 7:06 AM

RADD Roadrunners earn Special Olympics medals
Three members of Pleasanton's Recreational Activities for the Developmentally Disabled (RADD) Roadrunners team combined to win seven medals at the Special Olympics Northern California Summer Games in Davis last weekend. Sunday, 7:06 AM

Baker, colleagues introduce $6-billion transportation proposal
Assemblywoman Catharine Baker (R-San Ramon), whose district includes Pleasanton, joined Republican colleagues Monday to announce a transportation plan which aims at dedicating $6 billion in new funding to address the state's transportation needs without any new taxes or fees. Sunday, 7:06 AM

 

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