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Two Pleasanton school board seats up for grabs
Two Pleasanton Unified School District board seats are up for election this November, and both incumbents, plus one challenger,... Last comment 2 hours ago | 29 comments

Principal quits job at Alisal Elementary School
Alisal Elementary School principal Terri Quesinberry has resigned. Read the full story here ... Last comment 2 hours ago | 20 comments

Guest Opinion: Say No to unnecessary growth
Pleasanton residents have repeatedly shown overwhelming support for slow, balanced growth. Read the full story here ... Last comment 16 hours ago | 6 comments

Guest Opinion: City of Planned Progress: Fighting for local land use control
As your Mayor, I would like to provide you an informed perspective regarding the issue of growth, state-mandates and growth... Last comment 5 hours ago | 7 comments

 
 
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"Bullseye Varsity Win In Tahoe!"
The Bullseye Basketball Team travelled to South Lake Tahoe over the Memorial Day Weekend to participate in the Xtreme Hoops Tournament. It was an exciting weekend and the boys played great. The Varsity team played four games and went undefeated to bring home the Championship Trophy. Brandon Ruotolo & Brett Barker were high scorers for the tournament - each putting down 47 points. Scott Rasnick was just behind them with 39 points. Pictured above: Top row: Stokley Arnez Chaffee, Brandon Ruotolo, Nick Herbert, Brett Barker, Jacob Duarte, Eric Homan, Connor Rhodes, Cade Lau, Jake Weiman, Scott Rasnick. Front row: Hakim Tokhi, Jordan Reese and Josh Llanos. This is the second year the Bullseye have won this tournament! Submitted by Anna Ruotolo on May 28, 2014

 
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UPDATE: Both Shadow Cliffs beaches closed due to E. coli levels
The north and south beaches at Shadow Cliffs Lake were closed indefinitely as of Friday due to high levels of E. coli bacteria measurement, said East Bay Regional Park District water management supervisor Hal MacLean. Friday, 1:16 PM

Pleasanton's Relay for Life takes steps forward in fight against cancer
Pleasanton's annual Relay for Life event last weekend brought out 26 registered teams, 62 cancer survivors and 236 individual participants, equipped with walking shoes and water bottles to fight against cancer. Friday, 7:48 AM

Great Bull Run, Tomato Royale at Fairgrounds tomorrow
The Great Bull Run and Tomato Royale are coming to the Alameda County Fairgrounds tomorrow and the events are not for the faint-hearted or those with coveted clothes. Friday, 8:11 AM | 5 comments

Spare the Air alert issued as Pleasanton heads for near 100-degrees today
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued a Spare the Air alert for today with Pleasanton temperatures to near the triple-digit level with low winds. Friday, 7:54 AM | 2 comments

Two Pleasanton school board seats up for grabs
Two Pleasanton Unified School District board seats are up for election this November, and both incumbents, plus one challenger, have declared their candidacy thus far. Friday, 7:31 AM | 29 comments

Principal quits job at Alisal Elementary School
Alisal Elementary School principal Terri Quesinberry has resigned. Friday, 7:32 AM | 20 comments

Guest Opinion: City of Planned Progress: Fighting for local land use control
As your Mayor, I would like to provide you an informed perspective regarding the issue of growth, state-mandates and growth management. Friday, 7:32 AM | 7 comments

Guest Opinion: Say No to unnecessary growth
Pleasanton residents have repeatedly shown overwhelming support for slow, balanced growth. Friday, 7:32 AM | 6 comments

Low interest rates perk up California home sales
Lower interest rates and stabilizing home prices combined to boost home sales in June, the California Association of Realtors (CAR) reported this week. Friday, 7:33 AM

Water restored to Pleasanton apartment complex
After four consecutive days without water, residents of Pleasanton's Springhouse Apartments now have their water supply restored. Friday, 7:33 AM

Pleasanton Hilton takes the name DoubleTree
The Pleasanton Hilton Hotel has been renamed DoubleTree in a move by the hotels' parent company to increase the use of the DoubleTree name at its suburban facilities while keeping the Hilton name for its upscale hotels in larger cities. Friday, 7:33 AM | 6 comments

Foreign buyers claiming 14% of home sales in California
Favorable exchange rates, affordable home prices and rising affluence abroad continue to drive international buyers to the U.S. to purchase properties and make real estate investments. Friday, 7:33 AM | 12 comments

Tri-Valley Heroes
The Pleasanton Weekly is seeking nominations and sponsorships for the Tri-Valley Heroes awards program, our salute to the individuals, groups or organizations that stand out because of their actions, integrity or honor.
Friday, 7:34 AM

Shrieking sound keeps Pleasanton residents awake at night
Distressing, unnerving and strange sounds have roused Pleasanton resident Keli Martinez in the middle of the night for several years, but she said she and her family finally solved the mystery while walking the dog earlier this month. Friday, 7:34 AM | 25 comments

Red Cross blood drive in Pleasanton tomorrow
To help prevent a summer blood shortage, the American Red Cross is holding blood drives throughout the Bay Area, including one tomorrow in Pleasanton. Friday, 7:35 AM

Plein air exhibit at Harrington Gallery ends tomorrow
This is the final week to view the current exhibit at the Harrington gallery, "Jade Fon Retrospective & Plein Air Painters," which closes tomorrow. Friday, 7:36 AM

'Taste Our Terroir' at local wineries today through Sunday
Livermore Valley winegrowers are ready to present their annual premier food and wine affair, Taste Our Terroir today through Sunday, celebrating and educating wine lovers with a "taste of the land." Friday, 7:42 AM

 

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