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Livermore removes totem pole from Centennial Park, cites 'maintenance evaluation'
The city of Livermore shared a social media post Thursday informing the community that an unspecified maintenance evaluation... Last comment on Jul 23, 2021 at 5:03 pm | 1 comment

NFL assistant coach Greg Knapp dies from injuries sustained in San Ramon traffic collision
New York Jets assistant coach Greg Knapp died on Thursday from injuries sustained five days earlier in San Ramon when his... Last comment on Jul 22, 2021 at 4:51 pm | 1 comment

Livermore high schools to offer three new 'equity-focused' courses
High school students attending Livermore public schools will have three new equity-focused elective options this fall following... Last comment on Jul 14, 2021 at 2:03 pm | 0 comments

Pleasanton council allows pop-up parklets to remain downtown through December
Pleasanton City Council members voted to extend downtown's outdoor parklet program through the end of the year during its... Last comment on Jul 22, 2021 at 11:04 am | 1 comment

 
 
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Barbara McLeod, Bev Naegle and Susan Nelson visit Antarctica. It's cold there! Submitted by Barbara McLeod (sent from account of Scott an on Feb 23, 2017

 
 
 
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Pleasanton Unified, classified union reach tentative agreement
Pleasanton Unified School District is expected to finalize a recent agreement with unionized classified workers at a special meeting of the Board of Trustees on Tuesday, starting at 5:30 p.m. Monday, 10:08 PM

State announces new proof-of-vaccination mandate
Amid climbing numbers of hospitalizations and a test positivity rate of 80% for the COVID-19 delta variant, state employees and health care workers must show proof of vaccination, state officials announced Monday. Monday, 4:08 PM

PG&E expands resources for customers affected by planned power outages
PG&E is expanding its resources for customers at risk of being affected by planned power outages as California's wildfire season rages on. Public Safety Power Shutoffs are part of PG&E's efforts to prevent wildfires that could happen. Monday, 2:36 PM

Quest Science Center to host Tri-Valley Innovation Fair at fairgrounds
This year's Tri-Valley Innovation Fair is set to be held by the Quest Science Center at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in September, the nonprofit recently announced. Monday, 10:10 PM

Livermore removes totem pole from Centennial Park for 'maintenance evaluation'
The city of Livermore shared a social media post Thursday informing the community that a maintenance evaluation required the removal of a well-known local art landmark. Sunday, 4:32 PM | 1 comments

Chabad closes day camp for summer after COVID-19 cases among attendees
Chabad of the Tri-Valley has canceled its summer day camp for the rest of the season after five youth attending the camp tested positive for COVID-19. No other cases had been confirmed to date, including among staff or volunteers. Sunday, 5:15 PM

Harrington Gallery open with new exhibit
The Harrington Gallery in the Firehouse Arts Center is open for business with 'Women Artists Show and Tell' now on display. An opening reception will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday (July 31). Sunday, 3:56 PM

One millionth Alameda County resident receives COVID-19 vaccine
One million Alameda County residents are fully vaccinated from COVID-19 or two-thirds of the county population, public health officials said Friday. Sunday, 4:44 PM

Volunteers needed for Culinary Angels
Culinary Angels volunteers Michelle Bradley and Nafisa Lillie show off the colorful and healthy results of the kitchen skills they use to help prepare nutritious meals at no cost for those undergoing chemotherapy or serious illness. Monday, 4:03 PM

Swalwell's newest bills address pandemic response, homicide victims' families
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Livermore) recently introduced a bill that aims to give more rights to families of homicide victims as well as two other bills with the goal to better prepare the federal government to handle pandemics. Sunday, 3:54 PM | 1 comments

Pleasanton council allows pop-up parklets to remain downtown through December
Pleasanton City Council members voted to extend downtown's outdoor parklet program through the end of the year during its regular meeting on Tuesday, where they also directed staff to design plans for potentially permanent parklets. Wednesday, 10:53 AM | 1 comments

NFL assistant coach Greg Knapp dies from injuries sustained in San Ramon traffic collision
New York Jets assistant coach Greg Knapp died on Thursday from injuries sustained five days earlier in San Ramon when a vehicle and his bicycle collided while traveling on Dougherty Road. He was 58. Thursday, 5:12 PM | 1 comments

California rugged: Diablo Range runs 150 miles down the state's center but is still little acknowledged
A mention of the Diablo Range in the Tri-Valley is likely to draw the response: 'What range? Do you mean Mount Diablo?' The range runs from the Carquinez Strait south through 12 counties for a total of 150 miles to the Antelope Valley. Thursday, 2:14 PM

Four local projects earn federal funding
Four local initiatives have been granted federal funding, including two Livermore-based projects, an Iron Horse Trail bridge design in San Ramon and the mental health urgent care services pilot program in the south Tri-Valley. Friday, 4:07 PM

No new leads on missing runner after more than two weeks of searching
Authorities said they found no new leads Sunday after an eighth day of searching for Philip Kreycik, who has been missing since July 10. Sunday's search involved the largest effort thus far, including 169 professional searchers... Monday, 11:21 AM

 

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