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Mayor Thorne delivers annual State of the City address
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne highlighted key city achievements and public and private projects from the past year, as well... Last comment 4 hours ago | 9 comments

Read your new water meter?
I decided to venture into this mess. Realized there was no way to access the readings from my new automated meter yet online,... Last comment 10 hours ago | 1 comment

Whistleblowers allege air district improperly destroys pollution records
Two former employees of the agency responsible for protecting the Bay Area from air pollution say they were improperly fired... Last comment 15 hours ago | 1 comment

PUSD schools acknowledged among California's best
Pleasanton public schools are among the top in California, according to rankings recently released by a website that rates... Last comment 14 hours ago | 5 comments

 
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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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Dublin: Sheriff's deputy dies from injuries after being struck by jail bus
Alameda County sheriff's deputy Michael Foley died Thursday from injuries sustained a day earlier when he was struck by an inmate-transport bus at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin, the sheriff's office announced Thursday afternoon. Thursday, 4:14 PM

Around Pleasanton: Holiday Fund distributes $72,156 to 10 nonprofits
The Pleasanton Weekly distributed checks Thursday totaling $72,156 to 10 Tri-Valley nonprofits that were the beneficiaries of this newspaper's 2016 Holiday Fund. Thursday, 2:11 PM

'An American Tribute to Led Zeppelin' at the Firehouse
"Zeppelin USA - An American Tribute to Led Zeppelin" is coming to Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton with two shows March 4-5. Thursday, 2:32 PM

Mayor Thorne delivers annual State of the City address
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne highlighted key city achievements and public and private projects from the past year, as well as touched on important goals for the year ahead, during his State of the City address Wednesday afternoon. Wednesday, 3:22 PM | 9 comments

City aims to incentivize carpooling by partnering with Scoop app
Looking to encourage commuters to carpool and ease traffic congestion in Pleasanton, the city recently announced a new partnership with Scoop Technologies to offer incentives to local residents and workers who use the company's commuter ridesharing app. Wednesday, 3:34 PM

Cleanup of mudslides, flooding continues in east county
Some highly traveled roads that were closed due to weather impacts in Alameda County reopened Wednesday but cleanup from the heavy rains continues, a county public works official said. Wednesday, 1:46 PM

City Council talks Happy Valley water, sewer infrastructure
The Pleasanton City Council reviewed a report Tuesday describing the types of infrastructure improvements necessary and costs associated with potentially bringing unincorporated Happy Valley residents onto city water and sewer utilities. Tuesday, 11:03 PM

Pleasanton: Nonprofit set to host annual Ragin' Cajun fundraiser
Local nonprofit Sandra J. Wing Healing Therapies Foundation is holding its Ragin' Cajun Goes to Trinidad fundraiser next month in Pleasanton. Wednesday, 2:38 PM

Whistleblowers allege air district improperly destroys pollution records
Two former employees of the agency responsible for protecting the Bay Area from air pollution say they were improperly fired for trying to prevent the illegal destruction of important records. Wednesday, 4:47 PM | 1 comments

Juniors steal show in Amador-Foothill basketball thriller
Rivalries in high school sports are something that can often put to the forefront everything that is good with high school athletics. Such was the case on Feb. 14 when the Amador Valley boys basketball team traveled cross-town to Foothill for the East Bay Athletic League regular season finale. Tuesday, 1:37 PM | 1 comments

Man arrested in connection with thefts in Pleasanton, elsewhere
Officers in Livermore have arrested a man in connection with approximately $65,000 in stolen property, including items taken from Pleasanton, police said Friday. Monday, 2:49 PM | 2 comments

PUSD schools acknowledged among California's best
Pleasanton public schools are among the top in California, according to rankings recently released by a website that rates K-12 schools and colleges. The California Department of Education also honored Village High as a model continuation school. Sunday, 8:10 PM | 5 comments

 

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