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Joe Gorton named San Ramon's permanent city manager
The San Ramon City Council has appointed police chief Joe Gorton as the permanent city manager, just over six months after... Last comment on Jan 17, 2017 at 1:47 pm | 1 comment

'Give our street back,' Owens Drive commuters say
Owens Drive, one of Pleasanton's busiest streets when BART commuters leave for work and come home again, just got a facelift... Last comment on Jan 17, 2017 at 8:37 am | 4 comments

DeSaulnier to skip Trump presidential inauguration
Second-term Congressman Mark (D-Concord), whose district includes Danville and Alamo, has announced that he will not attend... Last comment 4 hours ago | 35 comments

Pleasanton 2017: Building boom continues
For a city that only a few years ago elected a slow-growth City Council, voted for a measure limiting the number of apartments... Last comment 44 minutes ago | 20 comments

 
 
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Dr. King's birthday: Better late than never
The Tri-Valley YMCA will hold its 17th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. fellowship breakfast Monday with former Dublin Mayor Tim Sbranti as host. Wednesday, 8:24 PM

Board OKs 2017-18 school year calendar
Mark your calendars: Monday, Aug. 14 will be the first day of classes for Pleasanton Unified School District students next school year. Wednesday, 8:19 PM

Hospice East Bay receives $950,000 grant to help expand services
The Hospice of the East Bay announced last week it was awarded a $950,000 grant from the Walnut Creek-based Thomas J. Long Foundation to help support the organization's end-of-life services in the Tri-Valley. Wednesday, 8:26 PM

Party time for Amador Valley band
Over winter break, the Amador Valley High School marching band traveled to Phoenix to participate in the Fiesta Bowl National Band Championship Field Show and Parade competitions. Wednesday, 8:18 PM

Multicultural celebration set at Amador Theater
The Pleasanton community is coming together to present a multicultural celebration this Saturday afternoon at the Amador Theater. Wednesday, 8:18 PM

DeSaulnier, McNerney to skip Trump presidential inauguration; Swalwell going
Congressmen Mark (D-Concord) and Jerry McNerney (D-Stockton) say they he will not attend the presidential inauguration of Republican Donald Trump Friday in Washington, D.C. Wednesday, 8:23 AM | 35 comments

School board offers apology, next steps in superintendent search
The Pleasanton school board took several steps Tuesday night to address PUSD's superintendent vacancy, formally naming deputy superintendent of business services Micaela Ochoa interim superintendent and creating a subcommittee that will vet search firms. Wednesday, 8:28 PM | 7 comments

Callippe Preserve retains environmental excellence designation
Pleasanton's Callippe Preserve Golf Course recently retained its status as a "Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary," a designation offered through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, a program of Audubon International. Wednesday, 7:14 AM | 1 comments

Tri-Valley Muslim group to host post-inauguration neighbors panel
Members of the Tri-Valley's Muslim community are joining together to present a neighbors panel the day after Inauguration Day aimed at educating people about Islam in the hopes of finding common ground and fostering mutual understanding. Wednesday, 7:13 AM | 2 comments

Amador earns first-place finish in 46th annual Armijo Invitational wrestling tournament
The Amador Valley Wrestling Team began its defense of back-to- back East Bay Athletic League titles last Wednesday, thumping 57-22. Wednesday, 7:17 AM

Joe Gorton named San Ramon's permanent city manager
The San Ramon City Council has appointed police chief Joe Gorton as the permanent city manager, just over six months after Gorton began pulling double duty as interim city manager. Wednesday, 7:18 AM | 1 comments

East Bay Parks to hold disaster plan meeting Monday
The East Bay Regional Park District is holding a public workshop at 10 a.m. next Monday to gather feedback and suggestions from residents on handling natural disasters that could affect its 120,000-acre district, including Pleasanton. Wednesday, 7:18 AM

Pleasanton 2017: Building boom continues
For a city that only a few years ago elected a slow-growth City Council, voted for a measure limiting the number of apartments and homes to 29,000 and even stalled the planned extension of Stoneridge Drive to Livermore by nearly a decade, times have changed. Just look at what's in store in 2017. Wednesday, 7:16 AM | 20 comments

 

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