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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 6 hours ago | 17 comments

Nonlead ammunition requirements for hunters start in some areas July 1
Nonlead ammunition will be required when hunting on all California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) lands and for all... Last comment on Jun 29, 2015 at 8:27 am | 15 comments

Council takes bold step in $17.7 million pay-down of pension liabilities
The Pleasanton City Council took a bold step this month in voting to pay down the city's total unfunded pension-related liabilities... Last comment 9 hours ago | 12 comments

Intruders party in Castlewood home, take vacationing owners' bacon, liquor, jewelry
A Pleasanton family had an unwelcome surprise waiting for them Tuesday when they returned home from vacation to find their... Last comment on Jun 27, 2015 at 11:27 am | 31 comments

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"Troop 916 Newest Eagle Scout"
Brennan Hines, 18, a senior at Foothill High School achieved Boy Scout's highest rank of Eagle Scout on May 6, 2015. Brennan has been in Scouts since 1st Grade as a "Tiger" and has held several leadership positions including Senior Patrol Leader. He will attend Oregon State University this fall. Submitted by Jim Hines on May 9, 2015

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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 recycled water fill station located at the city of Dublin's Public Safety Complex, 6363 Clark Ave. Tuesday, 6:48 AM | 12 comments

Pleasanton hires new Community Development director
Gerry Beaudin currently the zoning administrator for the city of Mountain View, has been hired as Pleasanton's new director of Community Development Director, succeeding Brian Dolan, who has been named Assistant City Manager. Tuesday, 6:30 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. Tuesday, 6:30 AM | 17 comments

Golden Gate Bridge to increase tolls by 25 cents Wednesday
Toll rates at the Golden Gate Bridge will increase by 25 cents tomorrow morning. Tuesday, 4:04 PM | 3 comments

Fairgoers give more than 11 tons of food at county Fair's 'Feed the Need' event
Alameda County Fair's annual "Feed the Need" Food Drive last week brought in more than 11 tons of food, much of which has already been distributed to needy residents by the Alameda County Community Food Bank. Tuesday, 6:36 AM

County supervisors approve $2.7 billion budget for new fiscal year
The Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted Friday to approve a $2.7 billion budget for the new fiscal year beginning July 1 that closes a $65 million funding gap without significant program reductions or staff layoffs. Tuesday, 6:36 AM

Pleasanton offering free movies in the park starting July 9
Pleasanton residents are invited to enjoy free movies during six Thursday evenings this summer, on July 9, 16, 23, and 30, and August 6 and 13. Tuesday, 6:37 AM

Governor unveils revised approach to fix Delta water system
Governor Jerry Brown and federal officials have announced a revised dual approach to securing water supply reliability and restoring ecosystem health in the Delta. Tuesday, 6:37 AM

East Bay luxury home sales up 22% in May
The East Bay's luxury housing market closed out the spring home buying season on a roll with sales climbing more than 22% last month from a year ago. Tuesday, 6:37 AM

BART police implement policy governing interactions with transgender individuals
BART police have become one of the first police departments in the country to implement a specific policy governing interactions with transgender individuals. Tuesday, 6:38 AM

New York-based Kiehlıs opens tomorrow in Stoneridge Shopping Center
Kiehl's, a New York-based skin and hair care retailer, will open its newest location at noon tomorrow in the Stoneridge Shopping Center. Tuesday, 6:39 AM

Judging at the Fair Snackdown
On the Grandstand stage of the Alameda County Fair, three judges and I faced off with platters of French fries bathed in peanut butter and jelly, pork belly bound in bacon and sour pickles soaked in tropical punch Kool-Aid. Tuesday, 6:39 AM


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