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Changes, new features for Town Square
As some of you have noticed, we are in the process of making a few changes in how Town Square operates. These stem from our... Last comment 4 hours ago | 18 comments

School Board President Hintzke - Spams City Workers w/ Campaign Email
PUSD school board President Jamie Hintzke sent a mass campaign email to City of Pleasanton workers using City email address... Last comment 25 minutes ago | 12 comments

Chinese dance: Classic to contemporary
The graceful dancers seem lighter than air as their limbs flow elegantly in this direction and that. They leap and swirl,... Last comment 2 hours ago | 3 comments

Dublin Chrysler-Jeep dealer moving to Pleasanton
Dublin's Stoneridge Chrysler-Jeep dealership plans to move to Pleasanton's new auto mall in Staples Ranch at the corner of... Last comment on Sep 15, 2014 at 4:14 pm | 5 comments

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Pleasanton Council OKs move by Dublin's Stoneridge Chrysler to Staples Ranch auto mall
The Pleasanton City Council last night approved plans by Dublin's Stoneridge Chrysler-Jeep dealership to relocate here and build a 32,000-square-foot showroom and service building on Staples Ranch. Wednesday, 7:51 AM | 5 comments

Groundbreaking today for new courthouse, Alameda County building in Dublin
Construction work on a new East County Hall of Justice is underway with a formal groundbreaking at 1 p.m. today in Dublin. Wednesday, 6:44 AM | 8 comments

I-580 crash at Foothill Road causes 2 deaths late Tuesday
A fatal crash off eastbound I-580 in Pleasanton Tuesday night claimed two lives and started a small brush fire. Wednesday, 7:15 AM

Pleasanton North Rotary holding its 'Starry Night' gala Saturday night
The Pleasanton North Rotary Club will hold its annual fundraiser gala Saturday night, a benefit that helps fund local and international service projects the club supports. Wednesday, 6:34 AM | 1 comments

Livermore charter school football players arrested on hazing charges
Two Livermore charter preparatory school football players have been arrested for hazing a young teammate by holding him down and shaving part of his head.
a police officer said. Wednesday, 7:23 AM

Buchanan hosting small business forum today
Assemblywoman Joan Buchanan will host a free public meeting Wednesday in Dublin for small business owners as well as individuals interested in starting a business. Wednesday, 6:35 AM

Brian Copeland one-man show at Las Positas College today
Brian Copeland will present two of his highly acclaimed one-man shows at Las Positas College, the first today and another on Oct. 1. Wednesday, 6:37 AM

New cyclist safety law in effect
The "Three Feet for Safety" law, which requires motorists to give at least three feet of space between their vehicle and the cyclist, went into effect Tuesday. Wednesday, 6:46 AM | 2 comments

Swalwell bill would put a stop to penalties on online business critics
A proposed bill introduced this week by Congressman Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin) would make it illegal for businesses to penalize customers who write negative reviews on Yelp or other online review sites. Wednesday, 6:46 AM

T. J. Maxx parent hit with $2.7-million fine for dumping hazardous wastes
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O'Malley, along with 34 other California District Attorneys and two City Attorneys, announced Tuesday that Monterey County Superior Court Judge Thomas W. Wills has ordered Massachusetts-based retailer The TJX Companies, Inc. to pay $2,777,500 million as part of a settlement of a civil environmental prosecution. Wednesday, 6:45 AM

Don't be surprised by retiree healthcare costs
Retirement isn't cheap. Even though you're no longer drawing a paycheck, you still must pay for housing, food, utilities, transportation and healthcare, to name just a few expenses. Wednesday, 6:45 AM

Tri-Valley Heroes: Only one week left to nominate
There's only one week left to nominate an individual, group or organization for the Tri-Valley Heroes award. Find out more by watching Publisher Gina Channell-Allen's interview on "Conversations." Wednesday, 6:35 AM

PUSD livestreams TEDxLivermore event Saturday
The Pleasanton Unified School District is set to host a live-stream of the TEDxLivermore event at the Foothill High School multipurpose room on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, 6:35 AM

Library needs English, literacy tutors
September is Literacy Awareness Month in California, and the Pleasanton Library Literacy Program is looking for more volunteer literacy tutors. Wednesday, 6:36 AM

Pleasanton Weekly, TV30 hosting Pleasanton candidates forums on Oct. 2
The Pleasanton Weekly and TV30 will host two free and public forums for Pleasanton mayoral and City Council candidates starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2. Wednesday, 6:37 AM

Chinese dance: Pleasanton studio's dancers performing Sunday at Chabot College
Dancers at the Xiaopei Chinese Dance Inc. studio in Pleasanton will perform at China Night at 3 p.m. Sunday at Chabot College in Hayward. Wednesday, 6:38 AM

6th annual 'Party Palooza' to help cancer patients
The 6th annual "Party Palooza" will be held this month and next with nine events planned to raise money for the the Sandra J. Wing Healing Therapies Foundation. Wednesday, 6:39 AM

Pleasanton's 9th annual 'Drug Take Back' program set for Sept. 27.
The Pleasanton Police Department and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration will hold the ninth annual Drug Take Back Program on September 27. Wednesday, 6:35 AM

New kosher wine ready for start of Jewish New Year
A new kosher 2012 Livermore Valley Cabernet Sauvignon named "Alef" was released Sunday in time for the Jewish New Year, which begins this year at sundown on Sept. 24. Wednesday, 6:36 AM


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