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Understanding Common Core
As the first month of the new year ends, the Pleasanton school district is continuing to fully implement the new Common Core... Last comment 7 hours ago | 14 comments

Pleasanton author pens allergen-conscious cookbook
Pleasanton resident Christina Gray decided she needed to learn all she could about food allergies, and she spent the next... Last comment 4 hours ago | 7 comments

AV Student Want Change
To Pleasanton Weekly readers- My name is Sophia Holbrook and I am a member of AVHS's school newspaper staff. I run the online... Last comment 8 hours ago | 29 comments

School district loses ruling in Vranesh case
An attempt by the Pleasanton Unified School District to deny former Walnut Grove principal Jon Vranesh a hearing into its... Last comment 10 hours ago | 41 comments

 
 
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"Amador High Class of 1964"
Members of the Amador High School Class of 1964 display their copies of the Pleasanton Weekly at their 50th class reunion, held October 11 at the Calippe Preserve Golf Course in Pleasanton. Submitted by Molly Walker on Oct 12, 2014

 
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Understanding Common Core
As the first month of the new year ends, the Pleasanton school district is continuing to fully implement the new Common Core State Standards. Friday, 7:34 AM | 14 comments

State faces 4th year of drought as snow pack in Sierra decreases in January
Snow pack in the Sierra Nevada mountain range has decreased in the month of January, fueling concerns that California may have to endure a
fourth consecutive year of drought, the Department of Water Resources reported yesterday. Friday, 8:59 AM

Bay Area delegation in Arizona to prep for hostng 2016 Super Bowl
A delegation from the Bay Area is in Arizona for the Super Bowl this week learning all they can in preparation for hosting the big game themselves at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara next year. Friday, 8:22 AM

Pleasanton author pens allergen-conscious cookbook
Pleasanton resident Christina Gray decided she needed to learn all she could about food allergies, and she spent the next few years working on creating tasty new recipes without allergens. Friday, 7:49 AM | 7 comments

Repertory Theatre brings '50s to the Firehouse stage tonight
Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre (PCRT) continues its fifth season starting tonight at the Firehouse Arts Center with a pairing of the classic 1950s musicals, "Forever Plaid" and "The Taffetas." Friday, 7:40 AM

Youth in Government Day applications due tomorrow
Pleasanton high school students still have time to apply to participate in the 2015 Youth in Government Day scheduled for Feb. 19. Friday, 7:52 AM

Foothill cheer teams rank high at SoCal competition
Foothill High School's competition cheer teams placed in the top rankings the last weekend at the CheerPros State Championship in Southern California. Friday, 7:40 AM

Amador Theater resounds with dynamic two-piano concert
The two classical pianists embraced the keyboards of the Steinway grands last Saturday night at the Amador Theater with a finely tuned fervor that brought out the nuances of the well-chosen program. Friday, 7:36 AM

DSRSD hires new managers for engineering, administration
Dublin San Ramon Services District, which provides wastewater treatment to Pleasanton, has hired two senior managers to oversee engineering and administration, filling openings created when three members of its management team retired in 2013. Friday, 7:34 AM

Pleasanton school district loses ruling in Vranesh case
An attempt by the Pleasanton Unified School District to deny former Walnut Grove principal Jon Vranesh a hearing into its allegations against him has been rejected and the district has been ordered to immediately make more than 25 individuals available for depositions. Friday, 7:50 AM | 41 comments

College district board names new trustee to replace Barbara Mertes
William Macedo of Livermore has been appointed to the Chabot-Las Positas Community College District board of trustees, taking the seat vacated by Barbara Mertes, who retired in December. Friday, 7:50 AM

Alameda County offering no-cost tax preparation for low/moderate income taxpayers
The Alameda County Social Services Agency (SSA) is providing no cost IRS-certified tax preparation assistance to low- and moderate-income taxpayers through April 15. Friday, 7:50 AM | 1 comments

MTC seeks to fill vacancies on advisory council
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission -- the Bay Area's transportation planning, financing and coordinating agency -- is recruiting interested Bay Area residents to fill three vacancies on its Policy Advisory Council. Friday, 7:51 AM

 

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