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Opinion: Let the campaigns begin
With all candidates in place for the Pleasanton municipal and school board elections on Nov. 8, the campaigns are underway... Last comment 4 hours ago | 4 comments

Councilwoman Karla Brown launches re-election campaign
Pleasanton City Councilwoman Karla Brown has kicked off her campaign for re-election on Nov. 8 with a rally at the home of... Last comment 19 hours ago | 25 comments

Contest opens to name Pleasanton's new dog park
Pleasanton will open its second dog park in October, an off-leash, fenced-in park on a two-acre site at the Lagoon Road/Bernal... Last comment 7 hours ago | 6 comments

Child cruelty charges filed against worker at Livermore charter school
The Alameda County District Attorney's Office has filed misdemeanor assault and battery and child cruelty charges against... Last comment on Aug 29, 2016 at 6:01 pm | 3 comments

 
 
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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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BART launching perks program for off-peak commutes
BART is launching a program offering cash rewards for riders who commute to work outside of the busiest hours. Wednesday, 7:15 AM | 2 comments

Testa heads to court tomorrow over ballot statement dispute
Pleasanton mayoral candidate Julie Testa is going to court Thursday in an effort to compel City Clerk Karen Diaz to file her candidate statement for the Nov. 8 sample election ballot that will be sent to voters Oct. 10. Wednesday, 6:50 AM | 6 comments

Firehouse Arts Center's 7th season begins Saturday
Pleasanton's Firehouse Arts Center begins its seventh theater season Saturday with a lineup of legendary names, Bay Area theater productions, comedy, blues and jazz, and magic. Wednesday, 7:56 AM

Sandia researchers focus on factors impacting climate change
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories' Combustion Research Facility are developing the understanding necessary to build cleaner combustion technologies that will in turn reduce climate impact. Wednesday, 7:45 AM

Shepherd's Gate opening New Life Store tomorrow
Nonprofit Shepherd's Gate will open its newly relocated New Life Store at 9 a.m. Thursday in Livermore. Wednesday, 7:51 AM

Pleasanton Weekly to hold public forum Sept. 19 for mayoral, City Council candidates
The Pleasanton Weekly will host a public forum on Monday, Sept. 19 in the Pleasanton City Council chamber for mayoral and council candidates. Wednesday, 6:50 AM

Councilwoman Karla Brown launches re-election campaign
Pleasanton City Councilwoman Karla Brown has kicked off her campaign for re-election on Nov. 8 with a rally at the home of Kelly Cousins where more than 75 supporters lined up to sign Brown's petition for candidacy. Wednesday, 6:50 AM | 25 comments

Suspect sought in counterfeit cash case
Pleasanton police are looking for a woman who allegedly purchased items from downtown businesses using counterfeit money. Wednesday, 7:16 AM

Sign-ups underway for Tri-Valley Commerce Con
The Tri-Valley Small Business Commerce Convention is set to take place Oct. 4, with registration ongoing for the regional event that aims to provide owners with information and access to resources to help build a successful company.
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Opinion: Let the campaigns begin
With all candidates in place for the Pleasanton municipal and school board elections on Nov. 8, the campaigns are underway to win voters at the ballot box. Wednesday, 6:51 AM | 4 comments

Take Us Along: A little mom-daughter bonding
This year's Amador Valley High competition cheer team spent last weekend in Twain Harte on a mother-daughter bonding trip. Wednesday, 6:52 AM

Valley Concert Chorale seeking seasoned singers
The Valley Concert Chorale is holding auditions next month for experienced singers who can sight-read and who enjoy exciting and challenging music. The chorale performs music that ranges from classical to contemporary and folk to jazz. Wednesday, 6:51 AM