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Pleasanton Weekly distributes $80,940 to 10 Holiday Fund beneficiaries
The Pleasanton Weekly distributed checks totaling $80,940 Thursday to 10 nonprofits that are beneficiaries of the newspaper's... Last comment on Feb 27, 2015 at 10:43 am | 3 comments

Whole Foods to open Dublin store in May
A new 40,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market will open May 20 in a new retail center under construction across Hacienda Drive... Last comment 2 hours ago | 12 comments

Superintendent evaluation on special Saturday meeting agenda
The Pleasanton school board will hold a special board meeting at 8 a.m. Saturday at the Rose Hotel, 807 Main Street, Pleasanton.... Last comment 15 hours ago | 20 comments

Consider life without owning a car
Most baby boomers couldn't envision their early adult years without a car. However, times are changing and younger commuters... Last comment 1 hour ago | 2 comments

 
 
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"Bullseye AAU Team Camps Out"
For the Memorial Day weekend, the Bullseye Basketball teams traveled to South Lake Tahoe to compete in the Xtreme Hoops South Lake Tahoe Memorial Day Tournament. 5th graders thru 11th graders participated in the tournament and all the boys stayed at Camp Concord for the weekend. It was a fun time playing hoops and camping out in beautiful Tahoe! And of course - They brought along the Pleasanton Weekly! Submitted by Anna Ruotolo on May 28, 2014

 
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Yale Russian Chorus to perform in Livermore Saturday
When the Yale Russian Chorus reached out across the country to find interested audiences, St. Innocent Orthodox Church in Livermore responded. Monday, 8:26 AM

Livermore police make arrest in Sunday's double murder
Police arrested a man in his late 20s Sunday on suspicion that he shot two men to death in Livermore earlier in the day, police said. Monday, 6:53 AM | 1 comments

Thoratec to describe benefits of its advanced-stage heart devices to investors
Pleasanton-based Thoratec Corporation will be participating in two upcoming investor conferences this month, starting with the Raymond James 36th Annual Institutional Investors Conference on Wednesday. Monday, 7:51 AM

Consider life without owning a car
Most baby boomers couldn't envision their early adult years without a car. However, times are changing and younger commuters are leading the way. Monday, 7:58 AM | 2 comments

News from around the Bay for Monday, March 2
The following reports were issued early Monday by Bay City News, the region's news service that serves the Pleasanton Weekly. Monday, 7:29 AM

COMMUTER ALERT: State Highway 84 closed just east of Ruby Hill
The California Highway patrol reported at 6:40 a.m. this morning that Highway 84 is closed just east of Ruby Hill Boulevard. Monday, 6:47 AM

'The Spirit of the Old West'
Jerry Fick's "The Spirit of the Old West," a permanent exhibit at the Blackhawk Museum, showcases the American westward expansion from the early 1700s through the early 1900s. Monday, 7:29 AM

Whole Foods to open Dublin store in May
A new 40,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market will open May 20 in a new retail center under construction across Hacienda Drive from Hacienda Crossings at Dublin Boulevard. Monday, 7:29 AM | 12 comments

Red Cross to hold Tri-Valley blood drives this month
All throughout March, the American Red Cross will be recognizing the country's everyday heroes for its Red Cross Month. Monday, 7:30 AM

Pleasanton Weekly distributes $80,940 to 10 Holiday Fund beneficiaries
The Pleasanton Weekly distributed checks totaling $80,940 Thursday to 10 nonprofits that are beneficiaries of the newspaper's 2014 Holiday Fund campaign. Monday, 7:30 AM | 3 comments

Smoke alarm credited with saving Livermore homeowner's life
A smoke alarm awakened a sleeping homeowner in Livermore early Friday to a raging fire in the home's garage, giving him enough time to escape the blaze through a bedroom window and call 911. Monday, 7:30 AM

Walmart makes $1,000 donation to new Senior Center nonprofit
Walmart has contributed $1,000 to The Friends of Pleasanton Senior Center, a newly-founded charitable foundation, with the donation to be used to improve the services and enhance the center's popular Sage Café that caters to Pleasanton senior residents. Monday, 7:30 AM

Road to Anaheim
Since the end of last summer, Pleasanton school cheer teams have been working hard to prepare for the national cheer competition in Anaheim. Practices, cheering at games, competing at regional cheer competitions -- all to prepare them for what is sometimes known as the "Super Bowl of Cheerleading." Monday, 7:31 AM

Malatesta installed as president of PDA
Downtown restaurant owner Vic Malatesta has been installed for a second year in a row as president of the Pleasanton Downtown Association. Monday, 7:31 AM | 1 comments

 

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