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Safeway shareholders approve Albertsons merger
In a move that could have far-reaching implications for Pleasanton, Safeway shareholders voted overwhelmingly Friday to approve... Last comment 7 hours ago | 22 comments

Two Pleasanton school board seats up for grabs
Two Pleasanton Unified School District board seats are up for election this November, and both incumbents, plus one challenger,... Last comment 2 hours ago | 62 comments

Pros and cons for adopting a new pet
When Gail Ruvalcaba met Puddles at the Valley Humane Society, she knew he was the purrfect pet for her. She was seeking to... Last comment 17 hours ago | 3 comments

Don't let family stories disappear
To record family photographs and the stories behind them, Bill Levesque has launched Timeshaker.com. Photos can be uploaded... Last comment 17 hours ago | 1 comment

 
 
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"Bullseye Varsity Win In Tahoe!"
The Bullseye Basketball Team travelled to South Lake Tahoe over the Memorial Day Weekend to participate in the Xtreme Hoops Tournament. It was an exciting weekend and the boys played great. The Varsity team played four games and went undefeated to bring home the Championship Trophy. Brandon Ruotolo & Brett Barker were high scorers for the tournament - each putting down 47 points. Scott Rasnick was just behind them with 39 points. Pictured above: Top row: Stokley Arnez Chaffee, Brandon Ruotolo, Nick Herbert, Brett Barker, Jacob Duarte, Eric Homan, Connor Rhodes, Cade Lau, Jake Weiman, Scott Rasnick. Front row: Hakim Tokhi, Jordan Reese and Josh Llanos. This is the second year the Bullseye have won this tournament! Submitted by Anna Ruotolo on May 28, 2014

 
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Former Alisal principal to lead Livermore school
Terri Quesinberry, whose departure as Alisal Elementary principal was announced last week, has been hired as the principal at Sunset Elementary School in Livermore. Tuesday, 4:39 PM | 2 comments

Shadow Cliffs beaches to reopen tomorrow
Shadow Cliffs beaches are set to reopen tomorrow after nearly a week of closures due to high levels of E. coli bacteria. Tuesday, 4:09 PM

Students produce one-hour special of local interviews for TV30
Tri-Valley Youth View, a one-hour special TV program produced by middle and high school students who attended the TV30 Summer Camp, is currently airing on TV30. Tuesday, 7:47 AM

Don't let family stories disappear
To record family photographs and the stories behind them, Bill Levesque has launched Timeshaker.com. Photos can be uploaded to the site, then other family members can pitch in with their memories and background information. Tuesday, 7:53 AM | 1 comments

Safeway shareholders approve Albertsons merger
In a move that could have far-reaching implications for Pleasanton, Safeway shareholders voted overwhelmingly Friday to approve the acquisition of the Pleasanton-based supermarket chain by an affiliate of Albertsons, another national supermarket firm that has its corporate headquarters in Boise, Idaho. Tuesday, 7:47 AM | 22 comments

What's in your house?
Tricia Hoekwater returned home from work one day in 2000 to find that her house had been robbed. Tuesday, 7:47 AM

Seniors living well: Activities keep minds, bodies well-tuned
Once over the hill, we pick up speed -- so the joke goes. This may be so, but seniors today aim at slowing down the process, by eating right and exercising their brains as well as their bodies. Tuesday, 7:47 AM

BART awarded $17.4-million federal grant to better secure Transbay Tube
Congressman Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin) and a group of others in Congress have led a successful effort to obtain a $17.4 million grant from the Department of Homeland Security secure the Transbay BART Tube that connects the East Bay and San Francisco against a potential terrorist attack. Tuesday, 7:47 AM

Lewd acts charges lead to arrest of Livermore soccer facility coach
A 26-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of committing a lewd act on a child in Livermore. Tuesday, 7:49 AM | 4 comments

Pros and cons for adopting a new pet
When Gail Ruvalcaba met Puddles at the Valley Humane Society, she knew he was the purrfect pet for her. She was seeking to provide a good life -- and a good ending -- for a cat, and Puddles, although less than 2 years old, has a limited life expectancy. Tuesday, 7:49 AM | 3 comments

Two Pleasanton school board seats up for grabs
Two Pleasanton Unified School District board seats are up for election this November, and both incumbents, plus one challenger, have declared their candidacy thus far. Tuesday, 7:49 AM | 62 comments

Principal quits job at Alisal Elementary School
Alisal Elementary School principal Terri Quesinberry has resigned. Tuesday, 7:50 AM | 27 comments

Tri-Valley Heroes
The Pleasanton Weekly is seeking nominations and sponsorships for the Tri-Valley Heroes awards program, our salute to the individuals, groups or organizations that stand out because of their actions, integrity or honor.
Tuesday, 7:50 AM

 

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