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Congressman Swalwell reflects on priorities for new term
His third term in the House of Representatives is already shaping up to look quite different for Eric Swalwell. 2017 brings... Last comment on Feb 26, 2017 at 10:35 am | 40 comments

Zone 7 Agency Discharging to The Bay
Known pollutants in the Arroyos within the city of Pleasanton consists of motor oil, pesticides, animal waste, automotive... Last comment on Feb 25, 2017 at 5:18 pm | 0 comments

Dublin: Sheriff's deputy dies from injuries after being struck by jail bus
Alameda County sheriff's deputy Michael Foley died Thursday from injuries sustained a day earlier when he was struck by an... Last comment 12 hours ago | 2 comments

Editorial: Working together to keep the Tri-Valley on track
Pleasanton's thriving source of revenue does have a price, though, and drivers on Interstates 580 or 680 during rush hour... Last comment 4 hours ago | 5 comments

 
 
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"A Class of Bunnies"
Teacher Megan Woo and fourth graders from Hacienda School in Pleasanton, California visit Intel Museum to learn about silicon chip making, clean rooms, and "bunny" suits. Submitted by Megan Woo on May 13, 2016

 
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Irish dance spectacular headed for Tri-Valley
Justin Boros -- a 15-year-old basketball player in Akron, Ohio -- took to Irish dancing as surely as if he'd been born to it. After catching Michael Flatley's "Lord of the Dance" on TV in the mid '90s, Boros began going to local Irish dance performances, and he watched when Flatley appeared on Larry King. Monday, 4:43 PM

Pleasanton school district considering ‘safe haven’ status
The Pleasanton school board is set to debate a resolution Tuesday that would declare the district a “safe haven" for students and families facing immigration enforcement or discrimination. Monday, 4:43 PM | 42 comments

Vintage Hills pet projects pay off
Two young Pleasanton students recently learned that a little kindness can go a long way. Monday, 4:46 PM

School board to consider hiring superintendent search firm
The Pleasanton school board Tuesday is set to consider selecting Palo Alto-based Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates to run the search for the next superintendent, as recommended by the district's superintendent search firm committee. Sunday, 6:21 PM | 3 comments

Cities teaming up for teen job fair
The city of Pleasanton is partnering with Dublin, San Ramon, Danville and the Dublin/San Ramon Women's Club to present the annual Teen Job and Career Fair this weekend in San Ramon. Sunday, 6:33 PM

Pleasanton chamber announces Community Service Award winners
The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce has announced the recipients of its 54th annual Community Service Awards, scheduled to be presented to winners during a ceremony next month. Sunday, 6:32 PM

Pleasanton: Nonprofit set to host annual Ragin' Cajun fundraiser
Local nonprofit Sandra J. Wing Healing Therapies Foundation is holding its Ragin' Cajun Goes to Trinidad fundraiser next month in Pleasanton. Monday, 5:52 PM

Congressman Swalwell reflects on priorities for new term
His third term in the House of Representatives is already shaping up to look quite different for Eric Swalwell. 2017 brings a variety of changes professionally, including new committee posts, new legislative issues and a new Republican president -- not to mention a big one personally, due this spring. Friday, 7:33 AM | 40 comments

Dublin: Sheriff's deputy dies from injuries after being struck by jail bus
Alameda County sheriff's deputy Michael Foley died Thursday from injuries sustained a day earlier when he was struck by an inmate-transport bus at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin, the sheriff's office announced Thursday afternoon. Sunday, 6:23 PM | 2 comments

Around Pleasanton: Holiday Fund distributes $72,156 to 10 nonprofits
The Pleasanton Weekly distributed checks Thursday totaling $72,156 to 10 Tri-Valley nonprofits that were the beneficiaries of this newspaper's 2016 Holiday Fund. Thursday, 2:11 PM

Editorial: Working together to keep the Tri-Valley on track
Pleasanton's thriving source of revenue does have a price, though, and drivers on Interstates 580 or 680 during rush hour can attest to that. More business and more employees equal more traffic. Friday, 7:33 AM | 5 comments

Mayor Thorne delivers annual State of the City address
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne highlighted key city achievements and public and private projects from the past year, as well as touched on important goals for the year ahead, during his State of the City address Wednesday afternoon. Wednesday, 3:22 PM | 23 comments

 

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