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East Side's future will be decided by Pleasanton voters Nov. 3
In a surprise move, the Pleasanton City Council voted 3-1 to skirt the multiple choices under consideration Tuesday night... Last comment 17 minutes ago | 32 comments

Glazer finishes Election Night on top
Orinda Mayor Steve Glazer appears headed to the California State Senate after posting a nearly double-digit lead on Election... Last comment 5 hours ago | 14 comments

Policing in Pleasanton
In a recent interview, Pleasanton police chief Dave Spiller reflected on his time in Pleasanton and talked about his goals... Last comment on May 19, 2015 at 9:37 am | 9 comments

Local students heading to Destination Imagination finals Wednesday
Two teams of Pleasanton students will be in Knoxville, Tenn. for three days starting Wednesday for the 2015 Destination... Last comment on May 19, 2015 at 12:16 pm | 3 comments

 
 
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Members of the Amador High School Class of 1964 display their copies of the Pleasanton Weekly at their 50th class reunion, held October 11 at the Calippe Preserve Golf Course in Pleasanton. Submitted by Molly Walker on Oct 12, 2014

 
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East Side's future will be decided by Pleasanton voters Nov. 3
In a surprise move, the Pleasanton City Council voted 3-1 to skirt the multiple choices under consideration Tuesday night affecting the East Side planing process and ask voters to make the decision in a special advisory balloting on Nov. 3. Thursday, 7:28 AM | 32 comments

Stanford Health Care takes over ValleyCare
Stanford Health Care's acquisition of ValleyCare Health System was completed Monday with new signs identifying the new owner now in place, including at the medical center in Pleasanton. Thursday, 7:29 AM | 3 comments

Whole Foods opens to huge crowds in Dublin
Crowds filled the sidewalks and part of the parking lot Wednesday for the grand opening of Whole Foods' 43rd Bay Area market in Dublin's new Persimmon Square. Thursday, 7:29 AM | 11 comments

Repaving work could cause delays on some Dublin streets
Repaving work on several major Dublin streets is now underway, causing some traffic delays in the coming weeks. Thursday, 7:42 AM | 1 comments

San Mateo-Hayward Bridge closed again this weekend
The San Mateo-Hayward Bridge will close this weekend for the second time this month as Caltrans crews continue to resurface and treat the deck structure, as well as perform maintenance repairs. Thursday, 7:30 AM

Glazer finishes Election Night on top
Orinda Mayor Steve Glazer appears headed to the California State Senate after posting a nearly double-digit lead on Election Night in the special runoff election for the District 7 seat. Thursday, 7:28 AM | 14 comments

Voting in Weekly's Readers Choice competition ends Monday
It's time once again to cast your vote for the best places to eat, drink, shop and spend time in Pleasanton. The online ballot is available until 5 p.m. May 25. Thursday, 7:38 AM | 4 comments

Pleasanton schools celebrate Classified Employees Week
Pleasanton Unified School District has been recognizing its classified employees during Classified Employees Week, which ends Friday. Thursday, 7:29 AM

Open house draws crowds to Pleasanton police event
Nearly 2,000 turned out Saturday for the Pleasanton Police Department's open house, a fun family event that offered residents a comprehensive overview of the city's services, programs and activities. Thursday, 7:30 AM

Harvest Park students recognized for academic excellence
Over 20 students from Harvest Park Middle School were honored as some of the brightest young people in the world at regional award ceremonies for academically advanced children, sponsored by the John Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY). Thursday, 7:30 AM

Fuel-cell-powered cars go on display today at AC Transit headquarters
Three fuel cell electric passenger vehicles will be on display from 1-5 p.m. today at the AC Transit headquarters in Oakland in a program arranged by Gov. Jerry Brown's Office of Business and Economic Development. Thursday, 7:32 AM

Policing in Pleasanton
In a recent interview, Pleasanton police chief Dave Spiller reflected on his time in Pleasanton and talked about his goals moving forward, the current state of the department and changes on the horizon, including a new department brand and tomorrow's Open House. Thursday, 7:32 AM | 9 comments

Local students in Knoxville for Destination Imagination finals today
Two teams of Pleasanton students are in Knoxville, Tenn. for three days at the 2015 Destination Imagination Global Finals -- one of the largest creative-thinking and problem-solving competitions in the world. Thursday, 7:35 AM | 3 comments

It's Memorial Day weekend
Pleasanton's annual Memorial Day observance will be held starting at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the garden area just south of the Pleasanton Senior Center on Sunol Boulevard. Thursday, 5:06 PM

 

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