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PUSD schools acknowledged among California's best
Pleasanton public schools are among the top in California, according to rankings recently released by a website that rates... Last comment 16 hours ago | 2 comments

City Council endorses 87-home Irby Ranch project, with land for Sunflower Hill housing
The Pleasanton City Council voted Tuesday night to support an 87-home development on the edge of downtown, a project that... Last comment on Feb 12, 2017 at 10:26 pm | 67 comments

Pleasanton takes over USA Cheer Open
Pleasanton was well-represented at the United Spirit Association (USA) Cheer Open at UC Davis on Super Bowl Sunday, with... Last comment on Feb 16, 2017 at 10:10 am | 1 comment

Pleasanton council delays Owens Drive traffic meeting
Pleasanton residents hoping to hear from the City Council and city staff about traffic changes on Owens Drive will have to... Last comment on Feb 19, 2017 at 10:16 am | 12 comments

 
 
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Boy Scout Troop 998 crew atop Mt Phillips, 11,742 ft, at Philmont Scout Ranch, NM, enjoying the sunrise. Submitted by Allen House on Aug 16, 2016

 
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City Council to discuss Happy Valley water, sewer infrastructure report
The Pleasanton City Council on Tuesday is set to review a report describing the types of infrastructure improvements necessary and costs associated with potentially bringing unincorporated Happy Valley residents onto city water and sewer utilities. Monday, 10:56 PM

Man arrested in connection with thefts in Pleasanton, elsewhere
Officers in Livermore have arrested a man in connection with approximately $65,000 in stolen property, including items taken from Pleasanton, police said Friday. Monday, 2:49 PM

PUSD schools acknowledged among California's best
Pleasanton public schools are among the top in California, according to rankings recently released by a website that rates K-12 schools and colleges. The California Department of Education also honored Village High as a model continuation school. Sunday, 8:10 PM | 2 comments

Improv 'Face-Off' at Firehouse theater
Can you smell what Creatures of Impulse teens are cooking up? It's a solid menu of award-winning improv topped with audience participation, laughs and prizes, as members take the stage in four unique shows full of scenes, games and improv high-jinks, hosting four other teen improv teams from around the Bay Area. Monday, 2:49 PM

Sister City Association seeks students for summer exchange program
The Pleasanton-Tulancingo Sister City Association is recruiting local high school students interested in participating in the group's annual summer exchange program. Monday, 2:50 PM

State legislators holding bipartisan open house
Pleasanton's representatives in the State Legislature, Republican Assemblywoman Catharine Baker and Democrat State Senator Steve Glazer, are co-hosting a public town hall on Wednesday in Livermore. Sunday, 8:39 PM

Tri-Valley Lunar New Year gala set for Sunday
Scores of Tri-Valley residents and officials are ready to celebrate the Lunar New Year this weekend during a gala at the Blackhawk Museum that will feature Chinese gong fu, Indian dance, music and more entertainment while also serving as a fundraiser for a local internship program. Sunday, 8:40 PM

Pleasanton council delays Owens Drive traffic meeting
Pleasanton residents hoping to hear from the City Council and city staff about traffic changes on Owens Drive will have to wait two additional weeks for their public meeting. Thursday, 11:12 AM | 12 comments

Tribute to Barbra at the Firehouse
Kelly Brandeburg is performing "My Favorite Barbra: Tribute to the Songs of Barbra Streisand," music direction by John Simon, at 2 p.m. this Saturday at the Firehouse Arts Center. Sunday, 8:40 PM | 1 comments

Creatures of comfort: Valley Humane Society program provides pet therapy throughout region
Started over 15 years ago by the Pleasanton nonprofit, the program takes Tri-Valley residents and their dogs to schools, businesses, assisted living facilities and other spots around the East Bay. Thursday, 9:42 PM

Police looking for man who rammed stolen van into patrol car in chase
Law enforcement officials are looking for a man accused of ramming a stolen vehicle into a patrol car in an attempt to evade police before driving into Alamo Creek and fleeing on foot, according to a Pleasanton police spokesperson. Thursday, 3:11 PM

PUSD to explore building new elementary school on Neal property
The Pleasanton school board Tuesday night took a step forward in planning for a new elementary school in the district, directing administrators to explore building on PUSD's Neal property in the southeast part of the city. Thursday, 11:35 AM

 

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A great Leap Day idea moves forward
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