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Lund Ranch referendum petitions due at 5 p.m. tonight
Proponents of placing a measure on the June ballot to overturn the City Council's approval of a 43-home development in Lund... Last comment 4 hours ago | 36 comments

Sacrificing for Success: Unseen struggles
The average household income in Pleasanton was $145,000 in 2014, and the median single-family home was $732,000. Many believe... Last comment on Feb 5, 2016 at 7:14 pm | 9 comments

Making phased retirement work for you
Phased retirement is gaining steam. But before you sign on, it's important to understand how "phasing out" may affect your... Last comment on Feb 5, 2016 at 8:40 am | 1 comment

 
 
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"2015 Rolling Thunder"
Keith Caraballo, and his wife, Pleasanton native Cheryl Caraballo traveled all the way to Washington DC to ride in the 28th annual Memorial Day Weekend Event Rolling Thunder Ride to raise awarness for veterans issues. 700,000 friends showed up and had a great time. The Lone Marine Saluted for 4.5 hours before the last motorcycle came across Memorial Bridge. Cheryl is a class of 1972 graduate of AVHS. Submitted by Cheryl Caraballo, Pleasanton 2nd generation n on Jun 29, 2015

 
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Big events today could mean record BART ridership
Big events in San Francisco and Oakland today could make for record-breaking ridership on BART. Saturday, 9:13 AM | 2 comments

Today's Livermore Lab lecture series to focus on women in science
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's popular lecture presentations return Saturday with the focus on woman in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Saturday, 9:18 AM

Metropolitan Opera star at Las Positas College tonight
Opera fans only have to go to Las Positas College to enjoy "A Night at the Met." Saturday, 9:21 AM

Pleasanton mayor, other East Bay leaders make demands of BART ahead of possible bond measure
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne and other East Bay leaders met this week to chart a course necessary for BART leaders to earn their backing ahead of a potential November ballot measure to fund the transit system. Saturday, 8:55 AM

Pleasanton Council honors the late Jean Jones
Actions by the Pleasanton City Council have wrapped up final affairs for Jean Jones, who died last year in her home at 309 Neal St. where she had lived since 1932 and wanted it preserved as a city historical site. Saturday, 9:06 AM

Ever feel not wanted in downtown Pleasanton?
Sometimes it's hard to build a few retail stores and apartments in downtown Pleasanton, even on a narrow, unpaved and empty lot a few feet from Main Street that has a history of failed businesses. Saturday, 9:10 AM

Tales of a Tuskegee Airman in Pleasanton
The historical speaker series "An Evening with ..." returns to downtown Pleasanton on Tuesday with an interactive presentation by scholar James Armstead portraying Gen. Benjamin O. Davis Jr., the commander of the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II. Saturday, 8:43 AM

Pleasanton police swear in Merced native as new officer
Pleasanton Police Department inducted a new officer into its ranks this week. Saturday, 8:42 AM

Sacrificing for Success: Unseen struggles
The average household income in Pleasanton was $145,000 in 2014, and the median single-family home was $732,000. Many believe everyone who lives in Pleasanton is as rich as those U.S. Census Bureau statistics indicate or is on their way to becoming so. Saturday, 9:18 AM | 9 comments

Pleasanton school board to vote on 2016-17 instructional calendar
Pleasanton's school board is set decide whether to change the district's instructional calendar and debate hiring a survey firm to gauge public interest in a possible bond measure during its meeting Tuesday night. Saturday, 9:16 AM

Home sales in the West catapult 23.2% in December
Existing-home sales snapped back solidly in December as more buyers reached the market before the end of the year. Saturday, 9:22 AM

From the heart: Students make cards for soldiers overseas
Hart art teacher Jane Maker said her students make between 500 and 600 cards a year, which have a heartfelt message on one side and a drawing on the other, to send to servicemen and servicewomen in Afghanistan and Iraq. Saturday, 9:17 AM

PUSD opens donation closet, new media center at Village High
As the ribbon was cut on Pleasanton Unified School District's new donation closet last week, Debra Miller cheered. The donation closet was more than a place for low-income residents to get free clothes, although that is a huge aspect. It's also a place where special-needs students like Miller's son can get ready for retail jobs one day. Saturday, 9:19 AM

Repertory company presenting 'The Little Mermaid' through Feb. 14
"The Little Mermaid" has arrived at the Firehouse Arts Center. Saturday, 9:15 AM

 

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