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Readers Choice 2015 voting starts today!
It's time once again to cast your vote for the best places to eat, drink, shop and spend time in Pleasanton. The online ballot... Last comment 21 hours ago | 3 comments

Penalties are back for excess water users
The Pleasanton City Council Tuesday night reinstated stiff monetary penalties for businesses and residents who fail to reduce... Last comment on Apr 26, 2015 at 4:26 pm | 8 comments

New director named to Alameda County Fair board
Rose Johnson, a Pleasanton resident and chief executive officer of the Davis Street Family Resource Center in San Leandro... Last comment 23 hours ago | 3 comments

Pleasanton deals with the drought
In a recent interview, Pleasanton's operations services director and the city's water czar Daniel Smith talked in-depth about... Last comment 2 hours ago | 21 comments

 
 
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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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Amador Valley High's 'We the People' team finishes 6th in national finals
The "We the People" competition civics team from Amador Valley High School finished sixth in a field of 10 finalists at the 28th Annual We the People national finals in Alexandria, Virginia last night.
Tuesday, 6:57 AM

Vranesh, others testify at former Pleasanton principal's dismissal hearing
Earlier testimonies were refuted and the character of one witness was questioned during testimony yesterday at former Walnut Grove Elementary School principal Jon Vranesh's hearing to appeal of his termination from the Pleasanton Unified School District. Tuesday, 7:25 AM | 2 comments

School board set to possibly approve new math courses tonight
The Pleasanton school board is scheduled to discuss and possibly approve the new 2015-16 mathematical courses that are aligned with the Common Core State Standards during its meeting tonight. Tuesday, 7:06 AM

Public meeting tomorrow on East Pleasanton Specific Plan
A final neighborhood meeting will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday night in the Pleasanton Civic Center for the public to comment on a draft Specific Plan on possible land uses on largely undeveloped land in east Pleasanton. Tuesday, 7:32 AM

Thone, Olson in Sacramento tomorrow for Legislative Action Day
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne and Councilman Arne Olson will be in Sacramento tomorrow to talk to legislators about transportation, public safety, economic development, housing and infrastructure and water policy issues. Tuesday, 7:39 AM

Patriot Awards go to Dolores Bengtson, John Sensiba
This year's recipients of the Ed Kinney Community Patriot Awards are Dolores Bengtson and John Sensiba. Tuesday, 7:03 AM

Hacienda hosting workshop May 6 in advance of Bike to Work Day
The San Francisco Bay Area's annual Bike to Work Day will take place on Thursday, May 14. Tuesday, 7:27 AM

Corinthian closes Heald College campuses across Bay area
The beleaguered for-profit college franchise, Corinthian Colleges, Inc., announced today that it was closing its remaining campuses on Monday, including several in the Bay Area. Tuesday, 6:59 AM

Readers Choice 2015 voting now underway
It's time once again to cast your vote for the best places to eat, drink, shop and spend time in Pleasanton. The online ballot is available until 5 p.m. May 25. Tuesday, 7:00 AM | 3 comments

New director named to Alameda County Fair board
Rose Johnson, a Pleasanton resident and chief executive officer of the Davis Street Family Resource Center in San Leandro since 1991, has been selected to serve on the board of the Alameda County Agricultural Fair Association. Tuesday, 7:04 AM | 3 comments

Pleasanton deals with the drought
In a recent interview, Pleasanton's operations services director and the city's water czar Daniel Smith talked in-depth about what the city and its residents can do to continue saving more water, in light of a possibly longer drought and the new water reductions. Tuesday, 7:04 AM | 21 comments

 

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