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Starbucks workers file petition to unionize downtown Pleasanton store
Workers at the downtown Pleasanton Starbucks store are trying to unionize. They want to join the Starbucks Workers United... Last comment on Mar 9, 2023 at 9:39 pm | 10 comments

City Council votes to end financial sponsorship for Leadership Pleasanton program
The Pleasanton City Council voted last week to stop the city's financial support of the Leadership Pleasanton program and... Last comment on Mar 21, 2023 at 9:13 am | 3 comments

Pleasanton Preps: Amador wrestling coach Chubb's status for next season still up in the air
One week after we found out about the controversy regarding whether Amador Valley wrestling coach Travis Chubb would be rehired... Last comment on Mar 15, 2023 at 9:05 pm | 2 comments

County reopens one lane of Stanley Boulevard eastbound after major trail erosion
Stanley Boulevard now has one eastbound lane reopened to vehicular traffic after both lanes were closed for more than a day... Last comment on Mar 14, 2023 at 11:51 am | 3 comments

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"Chamber of Commerce trip"
Mark and Ann Fischer, Stu and Cheryl Craig, Cindy and Jerry Sobrero, Cyril Bonanno, Tina Nomura, Julie Mannes, Steve Fineran in Spain during a Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce trip to Costa del Sol Spain. Fun! Submitted by Cindy Sobrero on Nov 21, 2017


Gallery showcases ancient art form in newest exhibit
An upcoming Village Theatre Gallery exhibit will bring an ancient style of art to the town. 'Convergence: The Intersection of Wax, Color & Design, An Exploration of Encaustic Art' opens this Saturday in downtown Danville. Wednesday, 3:18 PM

Pleasanton school board to finalize plans for elementary, middle school boundary adjustments
The Pleasanton school board will be looking to approve one of three different elementary school boundary adjustment scenarios and align the middle school boundaries with the elementary school during Thursday's board meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 PM

Former warden of Dublin prison sentenced for sex-related crimes
A former warden of a women's prison in Dublin was sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Oakland to nearly six years in prison following his conviction on sex-related crimes. Wednesday, 1:20 PM

Pleasanton Library staff present updates on programs, services, book collection to City Council
Pleasanton Library staff highlighted several ways their division have incorporated diversity, equity and inclusion into program planning and the library's broader work plan during a presentation to the City Council on March 7. Wednesday, 4:37 PM

Livermore Airport creating new policies for development, hangar waitlist
Following recent discussions about growth at the Livermore Municipal Airport, officials plan to have new development and hangar waitlist policies in place later this spring. Tuesday, 10:17 PM

Pleasanton Middle School principal Nguyen stepping down
Pleasanton Middle School Principal Joe Nguyen has announced that after nearly four years at the school he will be resigning from his administrative position effective on June 30. Tuesday, 10:08 PM

Details emerge about pedestrian fatality on freeway offramp in Livermore
A man died after being hit by a car and a big-rig after standing on an I-580 offramp in Livermore following a confrontation with his Uber driver while a second pedestrian in the immediate vicinity for unknown reasons was also struck. Tuesday, 11:25 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Inaugural 'Scottie's Scramble' honors late Foothill alum Kienhofer
When Foothill senior Scott Kienhofer passed in 2018 from cancer, it delivered a gut punch to the Tri-Valley. Three years later, his family launched Scottie's Gift Foundation, and they are now hosting the inaugural 'Scottie's Scramble'. Tuesday, 4:08 PM

Cracked roadway, guardrail collapse cause lane closures on I-580 east of Livermore
Two right lanes on Interstate 580 eastbound near North Flynn Road outside Livermore have been closed due to a major crack in the lanes, creating serious impacts for many commuters in the Tri-Valley. Tuesday, 1:58 PM

'An Afternoon or Evening with Robert F. Kennedy' in Pleasanton
The Museum on Main's 'An Afternoon or Evening with ...' speaker series is set to welcome scholar-actor Jeremy Meier embodying late U.S. senator and presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy next week. Tuesday, 9:29 PM

Pleasanton PD's Lt. Sarasua hired as police chief in Pacifica
Pleasanton police Lt. Maria Sarasua will make local history for the Pacifica Police Department next month when she takes the reins as its new police chief, becoming the first woman to ever hold the position in the coastal city. Monday, 10:16 PM | 2 comments

Dublin students launch support app for teenage substance abuse
Two Dublin High School students have launched an online platform that provides support for teenagers who may be struggling with alcohol abuse. The website and app, My Alcohol Story, allows users to share their experiences anonymously. Monday, 2:15 PM | 1 comments

All green and gold for St. Patrick's Day Celebration in Dublin
Thousands of visitors turned out for the annual Dublin St. Patrick's Day Celebration. The Dublin Civic Center was filled with visitors, both local and from afar, sporting all shades of green and Irish pride. Monday, 8:56 PM

Famed jazz guitarist Peter White at the Bankhead
British jazz guitarist Peter White, who has built a decades-long international reputation for his prowess and versatility, is coming to the Tri-Valley this weekend. Monday, 4:12 PM

Hike for Hope coming later this spring
Supporters of Hope Hospice are set to return to the trails at Del Valle Regional Park this May for the 2023 Hike for Hope fundraising event that the nonprofit first kicked off more than a decade ago. Sunday, 9:41 AM

Maintaining financial health now and into the future
The past few years have upended many perceptions of financial stability. Now is a great time to review strategies for smart spending and saving to better weather whatever the future has in store. Sunday, 10:10 AM

Legislator revives effort to address police radio encryption
After falling just short in the final days of last year's legislative session, Becker is renewing his push for a law that would require law enforcement to make radio communications accessible to the media. Monday, 9:08 PM

Diocese of Oakland mulling bankruptcy in face of numerous sex abuse lawsuits
Just days after a major Bay Area Catholic diocese filed for bankruptcy in the face of hundreds of potential sex abuse lawsuits, the Diocese of Oakland (which includes Tri-Valley) announced it is seriously considering doing the same. Sunday, 10:19 AM

Pleasanton makes online budget survey available for residents
As Pleasanton city staff get ready to discuss the upcoming two-year budget, community members have been given the opportunity to share what projects they think should be prioritized through an online survey and other public events. Sunday, 10:00 AM

Free textbooks? It could soon be a reality at California's community colleges
The California Community College Chancellor's Office has $115 million to spend to reduce the burden of textbook costs across its 115-campus system. Sunday, 10:09 AM

Report shines spotlight on Tri-Valley's top health care needs
As impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic linger, maintaining good health remains at the top of mind for many, including physical, mental, emotional and even financial. The demand for adequate, accessible health care in the Tri-Valley ... Friday, 4:47 AM

When regulators took over Silicon Valley Bank, startups scrambled to make payroll
A bank run that prompted the country's 16th largest bank to become insolvent was a shocking reality that many in the local tech industry have dealt with over the past week. Sunday, 10:10 AM

Another inmate dies after medical emergency at Santa Rita Jail; fourth of 2023
An inmate died at an area hospital two days after experiencing a medical emergency at Santa Rita Jail late last month, marking the fourth inmate death thus far in 2023 and prompting critical remarks from local activist groups... Friday, 4:57 AM

Save Livermore Downtown takes Eden Housing case to California Supreme Court
The debate over the affordable housing development planned for downtown Livermore continues with Save Livermore Downtown's most recent move asking the California Supreme Court to review the appellate court's decision that... Friday, 5:07 AM

What a Week: Dublin teen elected to Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame
The Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame recently revealed its Class of 2023, a list of 13 female leaders who've made an indelible impact on their communities and the county at large, including Dublin High senior Noor Dharni. Thursday, 4:19 PM

County reopens one lane of Stanley Boulevard eastbound after major trail erosion
Stanley Boulevard now has one eastbound lane reopened to vehicular traffic after both lanes were closed for more than a day as a result of serious trail erosion adjacent to that side of the roadway. Monday, March 13, 8:30 PM | 3 comments


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