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Pleasanton school board candidates debate
The candidates vying for PUSD Board of Trustees detailed their plans for leading local schools through the ongoing COVID-19... Last comment 14 hours ago | 3 comments

COVID-19: Alameda County upgraded to red tier under state blueprint
Alameda County advanced out of the purple tier and into the red tier in the state's COVID-19 blueprint on Tuesday, but county... Last comment on Sep 23, 2020 at 2:16 pm | 4 comments

Meet the Pleasanton city candidates
Pleasanton has one of the largest and most diverse fields of candidates in city history for a 2020 general election that... Last comment on Sep 23, 2020 at 1:50 pm | 2 comments

Pleasanton council majority passes on mask enforcement discussion
Another attempt to formally agendize face mask enforcement amid the COVID-19 pandemic as a future council action item fell... Last comment 4 hours ago | 10 comments

 
 
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"Pleasanton Wedding!"
Mia and Kurt both grew up in Pleasanton and met in high school at Amador Valley, where their relationship began. These high school sweethearts kept it local and tied the knot in Pleasanton on Saturday 1/14/17. Submitted by Mia Schmidt on Feb 8, 2017

 
 
 
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Concerns, opposition mount over North Livermore Valley solar projects
Livermore residents and others are raising concerns and opposition to two solar projects in the planning stages north of the city. Thursday, 3:29 PM

Pleasanton school board candidates debate
The candidates vying for PUSD Board of Trustees detailed their plans for leading local schools through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, managing district finances and addressing other relevant issues during an online forum Monday. Wednesday, 4:23 PM | 3 comments

Editorial: Vote Pentin for Pleasanton mayor, Allen and Balch for City Council
In our view, the candidates who best embody those vital characteristics and are the right community leaders for the terms ahead are Jerry Pentin for mayor, and Nancy Allen and Jack Balch for council. Thursday, 4:04 PM | 11 comments

Meet the 2020 Readers' Choice Hall of Fame
We will forego this year's Readers' Choice contest due to COVID, but we're going to recognize our 2020 Hall of Fame honorees. The Hall of Fame is comprised of Readers' Choice winners who have won their category five consecutive times. Thursday, 3:56 PM

SRVUSD Board of Education candidates debate ahead of Nov. 3 election
Candidates for the SRVUSD squared off during an online election forum Wednesday evening, taking time to debate over the policies and practices they believe will best serve district students. Friday, 5:15 PM

COVID-19: Alameda County upgraded to red tier under state blueprint
Alameda County advanced out of the purple tier and into the red tier in the state's COVID-19 blueprint on Tuesday, but county health officials said no new reopenings will occur yet. Tuesday, 10:12 PM | 4 comments

Gov. Newsom signs executive order phasing out sale of gas-powered passenger cars by 2035
Citing the threat of vehicle emissions spurring climate change-induced crises on the West Coast, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Wednesday phasing out the sale of gasoline-powered passenger vehicles by 2035. Friday, 5:26 PM

12-year-old killed in crash on I-580 in Livermore
A boy that died in a collision Monday in Livermore was identified by the Alameda County coroner's bureau as Carlos Alberto Garcia of Manteca in San Joaquin County. Wednesday, 4:03 PM

News Digest: Pleasanton police meeting set, LVJUSD candidate forum (in-person) & Climate Action Plan 2.0 survey
The Pleasanton City Council is scheduled to host its next online community meeting on policing in Pleasanton next Thursday (Oct. 1) at 6:30 p.m., focusing on a revised implementation plan for key strategies for 21st century policing. Thursday, 3:57 PM

Valley Views: Hopes for global health
The story of fighting polio is inspiring because it is the tale of global cooperation, which one can only hope will take place against COVID-19. Wednesday, 10:48 PM

Pleasanton: City recruiting for commission, committee volunteers
Pleasanton city officials are searching for residents interested in volunteering on one of handful of city commissions or advisory boards. Wednesday, 5:21 PM

Pleasanton council majority passes on mask enforcement discussion
Another attempt to formally agendize face mask enforcement amid the COVID-19 pandemic as a future council action item fell short at last week's Pleasanton City Council meeting. Tuesday, 3:37 PM | 10 comments

Foothill's Josh Hill among Tri-Valley educators named 2020 Teacher of the Year
Three Tri-Valley educators were recently recognized by the Alameda County Office of Education as the 2020 Teachers of the Year in their respective school districts. Monday, 3:38 PM

Pleasanton's RHNA numbers may double in next cycle
The numbers aren't finalized yet, but Pleasanton may need to plan for about 4,800 housing units over the next decade and a half -- a 2.3-fold increase from previous estimates -- according to city staff. Sunday, 6:28 PM

Meet the Pleasanton city candidates
Pleasanton has one of the largest and most diverse fields of candidates in city history for a 2020 general election that will usher in a sea change for the City Council dais. Thursday, 3:44 PM | 2 comments

 

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