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'A Rocky Mountain Christmas' at Firehouse Arts Center today
Jim Curry will present his salute to John Denver at two shows at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.Sunday at the Firehouse Arts Center. Read... Last comment 19 hours ago | 1 comment

Fairgrounds horse track, stables closing for winter
The Alameda County Agricultural Fair Association has decided to close down its horse training operation for the winter beginning... Last comment 9 hours ago | 9 comments

Pleasanton school district enrollment declines
Compared with the 2011-12 school year, student enrollment has declined in Pleasanton Unified School District from 14,873... Last comment on Dec 2, 2016 at 6:07 pm | 27 comments

Tassajara Road will re-open Dec. 16 after paving delayed by November rain
The opening of a portion of Tassajara Road in Dublin and Camino Tassajara Road in Contra Costa County that was closed in... Last comment on Dec 3, 2016 at 9:53 am | 1 comment

 
 
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Teri and Irina Gutierrez of Pleasanton at Gettysburg Battlefield in Pennsylvania. The Avenue is named after General Pleasanton of which our city is named after. Submitted by Teri Gutierrez on Sep 3, 2015

 
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Remembering Pearl Harbor this Wednesday, the 75th anniversary of attack
Pleasanton's new and majestic Veterans Memorial atop the hill at Pioneer Cemetery was dedicated last month in time to be a symbol of remembrance as we observe the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor Wednesday. Monday, 8:00 AM

Mayor, 2 Council members to be sworn in to new terms tomorrow
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne and City Council members Karla Brown and Jerry Pentin will be installed in their new terms in office Tuesday after winning re-election on Nov. 8. Monday, 7:49 AM

Thousands turn out for parade, tree lighting in downtown Pleasanton
Thousands lined Main Street sidewalks and outdoor eateries Saturday night for a festive holiday parade, followed by the annual tree-lighting ceremony in front of the Museum on Main. Monday, 8:58 AM | 3 comments

2016 Holiday Fund campaign now underway
The Pleasanton Weekly Holiday Fund campaign is now underway, a time when we ask our readers to turn their thoughts to supporting local nonprofit agencies and services that care for those in need year-round. Monday, 7:47 AM

East Bay Park District warns of poisonous mushroom danger in parks
The East Bay Regional Park District is warning residents to be extra vigilant outdoors because of poisonous mushrooms. Monday, 7:51 AM

Livermore’s 140 year history now airing on TV30
A television program commemorating the 140th anniversary of the city of Livermore is now being broadcast several times a week on TV30, the Tri-Valley's community television station. Monday, 7:49 AM

Officials offer tips for safe holiday shopping
With the holiday shopping season in full swing, the Pleasanton Police Department is offering up tips for safe gift-hunting to prevent unwanted steals. Monday, 7:49 AM

Tassajara Road will re-open Dec. 16 after paving delayed by November rain
The opening of a portion of Tassajara Road in Dublin and Camino Tassajara Road in Contra Costa County that was closed in May for road improvements will now be delayed two weeks due to weat Monday, 7:50 AM

Fairgrounds horse track, stables closing for winter
The Alameda County Agricultural Fair Association has decided to close down its horse training operation for the winter beginning Dec. 26, leaving Tri-Valley owners and trainers without a local facility to practice and Pleasanton fairgrounds workers uncertain about their future employment. Monday, 7:50 AM

Red Cross urges blood, platelet donations in Pleasanton this holiday season
The American Red Cross is seeking eligible donors to contribute blood or platelets this holiday season, when donations can decline because of busy holiday schedules and travel plans while the need remains constant. Monday, 7:53 AM

Pleasanton contractor that built apartment balcony in deadly collapse could have license revoked
A state regulatory agency is seeking to revoke or suspend the license of a Pleasanton contractor that oversaw construction of the Berkeley apartment balcony that collapsed last year, killing six students and injuring seven more. Monday, 7:48 AM

 

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