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Mayor: The rage of intolerance is not welcome here
A legacy is defined in moments over time. And what guides me (and most of us), whether in public service or our private lives,... Last comment 5 hours ago | 19 comments

Pleasanton police arrest trio after car chase
Three men who allegedly tried to burglarize cars in a Pleasanton fitness club parking lot tried to flee but were quickly... Last comment 6 hours ago | 9 comments

County seeks input on bike, pedestrian conditions in unincorporated Pleasanton
Alameda County officials are currently soliciting feedback from residents about bicycle and pedestrian improvements on key... Last comment 5 hours ago | 2 comments

Editorial: New year, new start, new optimism for PUSD
Monday marked the first day of Pleasanton school district's school year with new leadership, new bond money to fund needed... Last comment on Aug 18, 2017 at 6:22 pm | 1 comment

 
 
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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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PUSD board to talk nondiscrimination 'in light of recent events in our nation'
The Pleasanton school board Tuesday night is set to discuss PUSD's commitment to nondiscrimination "in light of recent events in our nation," district staff wrote in the regular meeting packet. Monday, 1:43 PM

Police arrest pair accused of car break-ins on Alvord Way
Pleasanton police arrested a man and woman from the East Bay on suspicion of breaking into cars and possessing stolen property on Alvord Way early Monday morning after allegedly finding him pretending to sleep in a stolen vehicle and her trying to hide behind a car in a driveway. Monday, 2:42 PM | 2 comments

Lady laughs: Comediennes performing in Tri-Valley arts center fundraiser
Life is a funny thing, comedienne Margaret Zhao observes. Things that are uncomfortable, embarrassing or even disastrous when they happen often become humorous in hindsight. Monday, 5:39 PM

Solar eclipse 2017: Pleasanton watches in amazement
Across the Tri-Valley, thousands of residents donned special glasses and used other makeshift viewing devices to see the much-anticipated solar eclipse Monday morning. Monday, 2:29 PM

Livermore police identify man killed in officer-involved shooting
Livermore police identified an armed man and the four officers involved in the fatal shooting of the gunman at a local mobile home park Wednesday night. Monday, 11:07 AM

Camp Arroyo fundraiser this weekend
Musician, filmmaker and humanitarian Michael Franti is performing at the Taylor Family Foundation's 27th annual Day in the Park auction fundraiser Sunday at Camp Arroyo in Livermore. Monday, 2:30 PM

Mayor: The rage of intolerance is not welcome here
A legacy is defined in moments over time. And what guides me (and most of us), whether in public service or our private lives, is the legacy we leave behind. Sunday, 4:00 PM | 19 comments

Pleasanton police arrest trio after car chase
Three men who allegedly tried to burglarize cars in a Pleasanton fitness club parking lot tried to flee but were quickly caught early Sunday morning, according to police. Sunday, 8:31 PM | 9 comments

Fire damages historic tasting room in Sunol
A fire Friday evening caused significant damage to the historic tasting room of a Sunol winery, according to Alameda County Fire Department officials. Sunday, 4:23 PM

County seeks input on bike, pedestrian conditions in unincorporated Pleasanton
Alameda County officials are currently soliciting feedback from residents about bicycle and pedestrian improvements on key roadways in the county's jurisdiction, including unincorporated Pleasanton. Sunday, 4:00 PM | 2 comments

Haglund at the helm: New superintendent looks to bring stability to PUSD
David Haglund is all settled in his new office -- but don't expect him to call it that. The new Pleasanton Unified School District superintendent refers to the space as his classroom rather than his office, and he stands while working because "teachers stand all day long ... it keeps them connected."
Thursday, 11:26 AM | 5 comments

 

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Nominations due by Sept. 18

Pleasanton Weekly and DanvilleSanRamon.com are once again putting out a call for nominations and sponsorships for the annual Tri-Valley Heroes awards - our salute to the community members dedicated to bettering the Tri-Valley and the lives of its residents.

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