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Pleasanton Council suspends annual rate increase on water bills
Under fire from Pleasanton homeowners alarmed by rising water bills, the City Council Tuesday voted to suspend for one year... Last comment 5 hours ago | 12 comments

2 new courts approved for Pleasanton tennis complex
The City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to build two new courts at the Pleasanton Tennis Park at an estimated cost of $600,000,... Last comment 6 hours ago | 6 comments

Remembering Pearl Harbor today, 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... Last comment on Dec 8, 2016 at 9:00 am | 9 comments

Oakland mayor promises measures to prevent future 'Ghost Ship' warehouse tragedies
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf Wednesday announced a series of measures her administration will take to try to prevent future... Last comment on Dec 8, 2016 at 10:19 am | 2 comments

 
 
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"2015 Rolling Thunder"
Keith Caraballo, and his wife, Pleasanton native Cheryl Caraballo traveled all the way to Washington DC to ride in the 28th annual Memorial Day Weekend Event Rolling Thunder Ride to raise awarness for veterans issues. 700,000 friends showed up and had a great time. The Lone Marine Saluted for 4.5 hours before the last motorcycle came across Memorial Bridge. Cheryl is a class of 1972 graduate of AVHS. Submitted by Cheryl Caraballo, Pleasanton 2nd generation n on Jun 29, 2015

 
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More rain expected for Pleasanton, Bay Area,overnight and through Saturday
More rain is headed to Pleasanton and other parts of the Bay Area overnight tonight and into
Saturday, with the greatest concentrations expected along the coastal mountains and in the North Bay, according to the National Weather Service. Friday, 4:54 PM

It's time for winter sports
There will be a different look to the East Bay Athletic League this season as Dublin and Dougherty Valley join the league. As the result of having 10 teams, the basketball and soccer leagues have been divided in two, five-school divisions. Friday, 7:28 AM | 1 comments

Rotary Club's holiday luncheon for seniors set for today
The Rotary Club of Pleasanton will hold its annual holiday luncheon for seniors Friday at the Pleasanton Senior Center. Friday, 7:35 AM

What a parade!
Kudos to Brian Dutchover and Michelle Dunaway for their year-long effort to make sure last Saturday's Holiday Parade was a success. Friday, 7:32 AM | 2 comments

Christmas concert to be held next Friday at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church
A free public Christmas concert will be held next Friday at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church in Pleasanton. Friday, 7:33 AM

City ends 2015/16 fiscal year with $4.4 million surplus
The Pleasanton City Council adopted a resolution Tuesday night to accept its 2015/16 fiscal year operating budget that shows a $4.4 million surplus. Friday, 7:36 AM | 4 comments

Pleasanton Council suspends annual rate increase on water bills
Under fire from Pleasanton homeowners alarmed by rising water bills, the City Council Tuesday voted to suspend for one year the city's portion of the automatic Consumer Price Index (CPI) increase on water and sewer rates for 2017. Friday, 7:37 AM | 12 comments

2 new courts approved for Pleasanton tennis complex
The City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to build two new courts at the Pleasanton Tennis Park at an estimated cost of $600,000, rejecting a recommendation by its Parks and Recreation Commission for a $1-million project. Thursday, 8:45 AM | 6 comments

DSRSD hires new operations manager
Dublin San Ramon Services District has hired Jeff Carson, formerly with the city of Hayward, as its new operations manager. Thursday, 6:50 AM

Oakland mayor promises measures to prevent future 'Ghost Ship' warehouse tragedies
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf Wednesday announced a series of measures her administration will take to try to prevent future tragedies such as the fire at a warehouse in Oakland's Fruitvale district on Friday night that killed 36 people. Thursday, 8:21 AM | 2 comments

Hayward caregiver, 25, arrested in fatal Castro Valley shooting
A 25-year-old Hayward man has been arrested on suspicion of murder for the fatal shooting of another man in the unincorporated Alameda County
community of Castro Valley on Sunday morning. Thursday, 8:37 AM

Swalwell named to party leadership post
Pleasanton's Congressman Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin) was appointed last week to a key leadership post within his party, as Democrat colleagues in the House of Representatives selected him to serve as co-chair of the Democratic Steering and Policy Committee. Thursday, 6:50 AM | 5 comments

Thorne, Brown, Pentin take oath of office as new terms begin on Pleasanton Council
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne and City Council members Karla Brown and Jerry Pentin were sworn in to their new terms in office Tuesday after winning re-election on Nov. 8. Thursday, 7:29 AM

Robin Fahr named marketing chief at Visit Tri-Valley
Robin Fahr, who for the last 25 years has been a news anchor and host/producer of "Conversations With Robin Fahr" at Tri-Valley Television (TV30), has been named Director of Marketing and Communications at Visit Tri-Valley. Thursday, 7:38 AM

Amador Valley wins all four matches in wrestling Duels
Amador Valley opened the wrestling season in style, winning all four matches in the Don Duels last Saturday. Thursday, 7:38 AM

Flags flying at half-staff at county facilities in honor of victims of Oakland warehouse fire
Flags are flying at half-staff at all Alameda County facilities in honor of the dozens of people who died in a warehouse fire in Oakland last Friday night. Thursday, 7:47 AM

'Sound of Music' for families opening tomorrow in Pleasanton
Pleasanton's youth theater company is presenting an adapted version of "The Sound of Music," one of a series of Broadway musicals shortened to about 70 minutes to introduce children to live musical theater while keeping their well-known songs and essence. Thursday, 7:37 AM

Santa's waiting!
Santa Claus looks like he's taking a short rest in his chair at Stoneridge Shopping Center where he visits with children and sometimes their parents in Center Court. Thursday, 7:48 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. Thursday, 7:48 AM

 

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