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School district accepting bond oversight committee applications
Community members interested in serving on the PUSD Measure I1 citizens bond oversight committee can apply now through Feb.... Last comment on Jan 22, 2017 at 10:54 am | 4 comments

After more protests, council agrees to consider Owens Drive traffic problems on Feb. 21
Although 10 BART commuters complained to the Pleasanton City Council on Tuesday night about Owens Drive traffic changes,... Last comment 16 hours ago | 15 comments

After 17 years at the helm, it's time to move on
Next week marks the 17th anniversary of the Pleasanton Weekly, and after 17 years at the helm, it's also a time to say goodbye.... Last comment on Jan 21, 2017 at 10:52 pm | 2 comments

School board offers apology, next steps in superintendent search
The Pleasanton school board took several steps Tuesday night to address PUSD's superintendent vacancy, formally naming deputy... Last comment on Jan 21, 2017 at 11:07 am | 13 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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BART's pilot program for guaranteed parking at Hacienda station starts today
Carpool commuters traveling by BART will have a new option for securing parking at the Dublin/Pleasanton station at Hacienda beginning Monday, Monday, 7:08 AM

East Bay Parks to hold disaster plan meeting today
The East Bay Regional Park District is holding a public workshop at 10 a.m. Monday to gather feedback and suggestions from residents on handling natural disasters that could affect its 120,000-acre district, including Pleasanton. Monday, 7:06 AM

Police: Teen playing game with toy gun mistaken for burglar
Pleasanton law enforcement and school officials are urging parents to talk to their children about the "Assassin" game after two teenagers playing the game were recently mistaken for burglars. Monday, 7:06 AM | 1 comments

Morning fire damages Aquarium Concepts store in Dublin
Firefighters extinguished a one-alarm fire Saturday morning at a business located inside a Dublin shopping center.
Monday, 7:07 AM

After more protests, council agrees to consider Owens Drive traffic problems on Feb. 21
Although 10 BART commuters complained to the Pleasanton City Council on Tuesday night about Owens Drive traffic changes, they were told they'd have to wait until Feb. 21 to get a response. Monday, 7:07 AM | 15 comments

School district accepting bond oversight committee applications
Community members interested in serving on the PUSD Measure I1 citizens bond oversight committee can apply now through Feb. 28. Monday, 7:07 AM | 4 comments

'Anything Goes' opens Saturday at Firehouse
Pacific Coast Repertory Company kicks off 2017 Saturday with the high-energy, high-seas musical theater romp "Anything Goes" at the Firehouse Arts Center. Sunday, 7:31 AM

East Bay Parks PD names Officer, Dispatcher of the Year
Two veteran employees of the East Bay Regional Park District Police Department have been honored for their service. Sunday, 7:31 AM

Board OKs 2017-18 school year calendar
Mark your calendars: Monday, Aug. 14 will be the first day of classes for Pleasanton Unified School District students next school year. Sunday, 7:32 AM

Oakland remains better option for Raiders, mayor says
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf said Thursday that Oakland remains the better option for the Oakland Raiders despite the team moving forward with plans to relocate to Las Vegas. Saturday, 10:10 AM

School board offers apology, next steps in superintendent search
The Pleasanton school board took several steps Tuesday night to address PUSD's superintendent vacancy, formally naming deputy superintendent of business services Micaela Ochoa interim superintendent and creating a subcommittee that will vet search firms. Sunday, 7:19 AM | 13 comments

 

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