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Pleasanton teachers union votes 'overwhelmingly' to authorize strike
After months of tense labor negotiations, members of the Association of Pleasanton Teachers 'overwhelmingly' authorized a... Last comment on Oct 17, 2021 at 5:42 pm | 32 comments

Dublin: Eco-Hero urges youth to enter her film fest
Dublin resident Romal Mitr, a junior at Quarry Lane, believes in the power of film as passionately as she cares about the... Last comment on Oct 18, 2021 at 10:28 am | 1 comment

Tri-Valley Community Responds to needs for Afghan refugees.
The Tri-Valley community responded in a huge way to a call for 50 Kitchen Kits from the IRC (International Rescue Committee).... Last comment on Oct 17, 2021 at 5:50 pm | 0 comments

What a Week: Remembering Bob Butler, former Pleasanton mayor and councilman
Many with long ties to the Pleasanton community are mourning after the recent death of former mayor and councilmember Bob... Last comment on Oct 15, 2021 at 4:27 pm | 1 comment

 
 
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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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Emotional hearing as Livermore woman sentenced to 15 years to life for double-fatal DUI crash
A Livermore woman with a history of impaired driving was sentenced during an emotional court hearing on Tuesday to 15 years to life in state prison for a violent DUI crash that killed two passengers along Stanley Boulevard in 2017. Tuesday, 8:33 PM

Guest Opinion: Zone 7 encourages Tri-Valley to step up water conservation efforts
Much work remains for all Californians in seeing our state through this historic drought. Conservation is an important component, and Zone 7 is optimistic that the Tri-Valley residents will heed the call in the remaining months of 2021 Tuesday, 5:36 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Amador inducts inaugural class for new Wall of Fame
The unveiling of what will be known as the AV Athletics Wall of Fame, which is located right outside the entrance to the Dons' stadium, was long overdue. The first class of inductees consisted of... Tuesday, 2:21 PM

Pleasanton council set to review Housing Element draft report
A draft preliminary report on the city's sixth cycle Housing Element, as well as results from an annual community survey and a proposed resolution with a city workers' union, will be heard by the Pleasanton City Council on Tuesday. Monday, 9:38 PM

Hope 100 Golf Marathon sets fundraising record
Returning after a pandemic-induced hiatus in 2020, this year's Hope 100 Golf Marathon last month raised a record amount ($155,217) for Tri-Valley nonprofit Hope Hospice. Tuesday, 2:21 PM

Scary Art Show in Dublin
Dublin Arts Collective and the F. CO. Gallery held an opening Thursday night for their Scary Art Show, the first of the kind to be held in Dublin, which runs through the end of October. Monday, 9:32 PM

Tri-Valley man among four arrested in catalytic converter theft ring
Police in Fairfield arrested a Danville man and three others suspected to be involved in a catalytic converter theft ring, after a chase last week into Napa County. Monday, 4:48 PM

State officials encourage flu shots as flu season begins in earnest
State public health officials urged residents this week to get a flu vaccine, especially if they are part of a high-risk group such as those age 65 and older. Monday, 9:32 PM | 5 comments

Pleasanton teachers union votes 'overwhelmingly' to authorize strike
After months of tense labor negotiations, members of the Association of Pleasanton Teachers 'overwhelmingly' authorized a strike in internal balloting last week, leadership for the teachers union announced on Thursday. Thursday, 9:55 PM | 32 comments

Dublin: Eco-Hero urges youth to enter her film fest
Dublin resident Romal Mitr, a junior at Quarry Lane, believes in the power of film as passionately as she cares about the environment and so is holding a film festival, 'Earth Unfiltered: Bay Area's Environmental Youth Film Festival.' Sunday, 2:49 PM | 1 comments

Valley Humane Society hosting spooky Tails at Twilight gala
Valley Humane Society supporters are pleased they can again gather in person for the seventh annual Tails at Twilight gala, from 6-11 p.m. Oct. 29. Sunday, 2:47 PM

BART to require all employees get vaccinated against COVID by Dec. 13
All BART employees and contractors will be required to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or prove their full vaccination status by mid-December under a policy the agency's board adopted Thursday. Sunday, 2:49 PM

Police release preliminary IDs for man and woman found dead in car in Pleasanton last month
Pleasanton police have preliminary identifications for the two people who were found dead last month in a car parked on Pimlico Drive that had apparently gone unnoticed for weeks before the bodies were discovered. Tuesday, 6:58 PM | 2 comments

What a Week: Remembering Bob Butler, former Pleasanton mayor and councilman
Many with long ties to the Pleasanton community are mourning after the recent death of former mayor and councilmember Bob Butler. He was a central figure during crucial times in the city's evolution of the 1970s and 1980s. Thursday, 5:56 PM | 1 comments

California pulls the plug on gas-powered leaf blowers under new law
Nearly three decades after Peninsula cities began enacting bans on gas-powered leaf blowers, the effort has found a foothold at the state level, with the governor signing a bill that will phase out their sales. Saturday, 1:49 PM | 1 comments

Fun for everyone: Pleasanton council reviews design options for all-abilities playground
After months of public input on two design concepts for Pleasanton's planned first all-abilities playground at Ken Mercer Sports Park, the City Council gave their own feedback last week. Tuesday, 10:36 PM | 1 comments

Sunol: Train of Lights tickets on sale
Niles Canyon Railway has opened ticket sales for its 2021 Train of Lights, a holiday delight for many who enjoy the evening 13-mile round trip between Sunol & Niles with refreshments, music and holiday lights aboard antique coaches. Monday, 2:07 PM

 

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