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Downtown parklet damaged in hit-and-run
The city's pilot program to try out a parklet downtown came to an early end this month thanks to a hit-and-run driver. Read... Last comment 13 hours ago | 27 comments

Board approves new bell schedules at Foothill, Harvest Park
The Pleasanton school board on Tuesday unanimously approved new bell schedules at Foothill High School and Harvest Park Middle... Last comment on Apr 19, 2018 at 3:45 pm | 2 comments

BARTD vs. The Public- Kicker
BARTD vs. The Public- Kicker What arrogance! BARTD was putting every roadblock they can imagine up to delay and defeat... Last comment 15 hours ago | 1 comment

Council supports JDEDZ fee rates; Brown recuses for owning Costco stock
Council members all agreed that staff-recommended fee structure, due to return for final approval next month, was the best... Last comment on Apr 18, 2018 at 8:10 pm | 4 comments

 
 

Pleasanton Readers' Choice ballot is here

It's time to decide what local business is worthy of the title "Pleasanton Readers' Choice" — and you get to decide! Cast your ballot online. Voting ends May 20th. Stay tuned for the results in the June 29th issue of the Pleasanton Weekly.

 
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Pleasanton: City settles lawsuit over 2015 fatal police shooting for $285,000
The city of Pleasanton has settled the federal lawsuit filed by the family of a young San Jose man who was shot and killed by a Pleasanton police officer during an altercation after police found the 19-year-old man damaging a downtown car dealership nearly three years ago. Friday, 5:32 PM

City council, school board joining for annual special meeting

'Every 15 Minutes' takes place at Foothill

Mobile museum's long road to permanent home hits critical juncture

Downtown parklet damaged in hit-and-run

Editorial: Vote in Readers' Choice 2018

News digest: Earth Day in Pleasanton, Vote on lookalikes and 'Art & Wine Intertwined'

 

You Were Never Really Here
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You Were Never Really Here In the often grisly "You Were Never Really Here," the protagonist's weapon of choice is a ball-peen hammer. In many ways, Lynne Ramsay's adaptation of Jonathan Ames' novel functions like that hammer, a blunt instrument used to righteous ends. The fil...... Read the full review

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