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Mayor's Award goes to community leader Tanya Ludden
Tanya Ludden, a longtime leader in the Parent Teachers Association who has also served as a board member for large community... Last comment 4 hours ago | 3 comments

Developer wins praise for 'under-developing' downtown Pleasanton lot
At a time when developers are eying every available site in Pleasanton to build larger and taller residences, Todd Deutscher... Last comment 2 hours ago | 4 comments

Sounding off
Candidates for Pleasanton's mayor and City Council positions sounded off Monday evening at the Pleasanton Weekly's candidates'... Last comment on Sep 23, 2016 at 7:20 pm | 2 comments

Axis Community Health doubles capacity for health care to needy
Axis Community Health has opened its new $12 million health center in Pleasanton, a 24,000-square-foot complex on West Las... Last comment on Sep 24, 2016 at 7:50 am | 1 comment

 
 
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Mayor's Award goes to community leader Tanya Ludden
Tanya Ludden, a longtime leader in the Parent Teachers Association who has also served as a board member for large community organizations including the Northern California Alzheimer Association and Valley Care Health Foundation, was presented with the Mayor's Award by Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne Friday night. Monday, 8:58 AM | 3 comments

Head of the Class: Heller takes helm at Hart
Leslie Heller knew she wanted to be an educator from the time she was in elementary school, when she was prone to critiquing her teachers and pondering how she would handle a class full of students. Monday, 7:04 AM

Brown signs mandatory CPR education bill into law
Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Saturday AB 1719, a law that requires hands-on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) instruction, along with Automated External Defibrillator awareness in high school health classes. Monday, 9:02 AM

Agency declares another 'Spare the Air' day for Monday
A Spare the Air alert has been issued for today in the Bay Area as
light winds, heat and exhaust from vehicle traffic produce an unhealthy level of smog. The alert is the 24th this season. Monday, 9:08 AM

Developer wins praise for 'under-developing' downtown Pleasanton lot
At a time when developers are eying every available site in Pleasanton to build larger and taller residences, Todd Deutscher of Catalyst Development Partners deserves credit for taking a different approach. Monday, 7:04 AM | 4 comments

A cappella chorus opens rehearsal tonight
Harmony Fusion Chorus, an award-winning women's a cappella barbershop show chorus, will host a special open rehearsal night Monday to welcome new singers of all ages and backgrounds. The chorus was formerly Harmony Crossroads, based at Pleasanton Community Church. Monday, 7:06 AM

Editorial: Yes on Prop 54 to lift the veil of secrecy
Among the myriad propositions on the Nov. 8 ballot is one we feel we should weigh in on. Monday, 7:05 AM | 2 comments

Harvest Park Middle School principal abruptly resigns
Less than three months into his new role as Harvest Park Middle School principal, Ethan Cheever has announced his resignation effective next Friday, Sept. 30. Monday, 7:07 AM | 48 comments

Dublin planning commission OKs new multi-million-dollar Kaiser Permanente medical center
The Dublin Planning Commission has voted unanimously to support Kaiser Permanente's proposed 1.2 million-square-foot specialty care medical campus next to I-580. Monday, 7:07 AM

Council imposes tough new restrictions on how Masons use their Hopyard Road lodge
The City Council imposed strict new regulations on Pleasanton Masons Tuesday after considering complaints from their Valley Trails neighbors of excessive noise and outdoor partying at their lodge on Hopyard Road. Monday, 7:08 AM | 4 comments

Candidates air their positions at Pleasanton Weekly forum
Candidates for Pleasanton's mayor and City Council positions sounded off last Monday at the Pleasanton Weekly's candidates' forum over issues facing the community and how they would prioritize those issues if elected on Nov. 8. Monday, 7:08 AM | 8 comments

Democrats oppose Measure MM anti-Costco bill on Nov. 8 ballot
The Alameda County Democratic Party this week endorsed three candidates for the Pleasanton school board and recommended that voters vote no on Measure MM, which would restrict zoning on Johnson Drive to buildings no greater than 50,000 square feet. Monday, 7:03 AM | 16 comments

 

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