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Gauging interest in school board candidates' forum
The PW staff is contemplating how best to serve the community. We have noticed the audience engagement on the posts regarding... Last comment 17 hours ago | 2 comments

'New' Dougherty Road now open
A new, 1.5-mile stretch of Dougherty Road opened to drivers in San Ramon's Dougherty Valley Friday. Read the full story... Last comment 9 hours ago | 1 comment

Former Foothill High student arrested for sexual battery, knife possession
Pleasanton police arrested a former Foothill High School student Monday afternoon for alleged sexual battery. Read the... Last comment 10 hours ago | 3 comments

Park district kicks off renewable energy project at Shadow Cliffs
Park district officials, project representatives and politicians were on hand at Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area Friday... Last comment 14 hours ago | 1 comment

 
 
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"A Class of Bunnies"
Teacher Megan Woo and fourth graders from Hacienda School in Pleasanton, California visit Intel Museum to learn about silicon chip making, clean rooms, and "bunny" suits. Submitted by Megan Woo on May 13, 2016

 
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Mayoral candidate Julie Testa sues city clerk, county registrar after ballot statement rejected
Pleasanton mayoral candidate Julie Testa is going to court to compel City Clerk Karen Diaz to file Testa's candidate statement for the Nov. 8 sample election ballot that will be sent to voters Oct. 10. Wednesday, 8:57 AM

Goodguys show opens Friday at Fairgrounds
The Goodguys will open its 30th West Coast Nationals show Friday for a three-day weekend run at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. Wednesday, 7:31 AM

School board discusses governance handbook at regular meeting
The Pleasanton school board will consider approving revisions to its handbook detailing its procedures, practices and responsibilities at its next meeting after discussing the publication in a workshop Tuesday night. Wednesday, 7:22 AM

Watchdog group OKs Measure B, BB expenditures
An independent watchdog committee (IWC) reported Tuesday that tax dollars from Measure B and Measure BB transportation funds were spent in accordance with the intent of the two voter-approved measures. Wednesday, 7:31 AM

'All gender' single-use restroom bill goes to governor
California businesses and state government buildings may be required to make single-occupancy restrooms available to all genders starting next year if a bill authored by Assemblymember Phil Ting (D-San Francisco) is
signed into law. Wednesday, 7:30 AM

Tri-Valley 14-year-olds win World Series
A group of Tri-Valley teen baseball all-stars were crowned 14-year-old Babe Ruth World Series champions last week after a six-run, sixth-inning rally catapulted them to victory in the title game in Massachusetts. Wednesday, 7:33 AM

Citizens' coalition seeks city correspondence on Costco issue
A coalition called Pleasanton Citizens for Responsible Growth today requested records for correspondence between city officials and representatives of efforts to build a Costco membership store on Johnson Drive. Wednesday, 7:39 AM | 14 comments

State Supreme Court upholds California teacher tenure laws
The California Supreme Court Monday upheld the state's laws on public-school teacher tenure after a lower court initially found them to be unconstitutional. Wednesday, 7:38 AM | 9 comments

Former Foothill High student arrested for sexual battery, knife possession
Pleasanton police arrested a former Foothill High School student Monday afternoon for alleged sexual battery. Wednesday, 7:38 AM | 3 comments

Park district kicks off renewable energy project at Shadow Cliffs
Park district officials, project representatives and politicians were on hand at Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area Friday to celebrate the kickoff of a project that will have an impact far beyond the Pleasanton park's borders. Wednesday, 7:38 AM | 1 comments

Tri-Valley Youth View students broadcasting new show
Tri-Valley Youth View, a 30 minute special TV program produced by middle and high school students who attended one of the TV30's Summer Camps, is now airing on TV30 and on the station's website at tv30.org Tuesday, 7:06 AM

Livermore Lab physicist wins American Physical Society award
A Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory physicist has won the American Physical Society's 2016 award for outstanding early career contributions in plasma physics. Tuesday, 7:16 AM

Dublin pilots arts space grants program
Dublin is piloting a new Arts Space Grant program that will let non-profit arts organizations apply to use city facilities and the Dublin High School Center for Performing Arts and Education free of charge for up to 40 hours. Wednesday, 7:38 AM

Livermore victim in head-on crash identified
A driver who died in a head-on collision in Livermore on Monday
morning has been identified by the Alameda County coroner's bureau as 72-year-old Leeann Tagliapietra of Dublin. Wednesday, 6:59 AM

 

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