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Pleasanton Preps: Remembering 'Dr. B' George Baljevich, a legend in Tri-Valley local sports
George Baljevich -- "Dr. B" -- was such an iconic figure in Pleasanton that locally he was every bit as well-known as John... Last comment 13 hours ago | 10 comments

Pleasanton Police Support Special Olympics
Many THANKS, to the Pleasanton Police Department for their wonderful support of the Regional Special Olympics Track meet,... Last comment on May 15, 2022 at 7:48 pm | 0 comments

California's $100 billion surplus: What to know about Newsom's spending plan
Gov. Gavin Newsom reveals his revised May budget, including his inflation relief plan and spending priorities on education,... Last comment 20 hours ago | 6 comments

A lasting impact
In the hearts of many in Tulancingo, late Pleasanton resident Bob Athenour now truly has a permanent presence in the community... Last comment 18 hours ago | 3 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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Pleasanton council to decide fate of Meadowlark Trail project
Pleasanton City Council members are poised to debate on the construction of the proposed Meadowlark Trail project at their regular council meeting Tuesday. Residents in the neighborhood off Foothill Road opposed the new trail after... Tuesday, 3:09 AM

Foothill alum shipping out 'On the Town'
Actor and software engineer Edward Im has branched out from his Pleasanton roots and into the South Bay where he will be performing in South Bay Musical Theatre's upcoming production of 'On the Town.' Monday, 5:08 PM

BART to launch pilot program for rider pass compatible with all Bay Area transit agencies
BART plans to launch a pilot program later this year to test the viability of a global transit pass compatible with every public transit agency in the nine-county Bay Area. Monday, 5:25 PM

Danville mayor condemns racist display near Blackhawk
Danville Mayor Newell Arnerich released a statement Monday, condemning the group of masked people who on Saturday held up signs at the corner of Blackhawk Road and Camino Tassajara, saying things like 'White Lives Matter' and... Monday, 5:57 PM | 1 comments

Pleasanton Preps: Remembering 'Dr. B' George Baljevich, a legend in Tri-Valley local sports
George Baljevich -- "Dr. B" -- was such an iconic figure in Pleasanton that locally he was every bit as well-known as John Madden. So, writing about Dr. B, who passed away at the age of 84 on May 12 was a daunting task. Sunday, 12:40 PM | 10 comments

'Breaking Bad' stars making appearance in Pleasanton
Actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, who starred together on the drama series 'Breaking Bad,' are scheduled to make an appearance in Pleasanton next month -- a bottle-signing at Gene's Fine Foods. Sunday, 2:27 PM

Bay Area health officers urge return to masking, other COVID precautions amid latest surge
Health officials in 11 counties urged residents across the greater Bay Area Friday to once again take COVID-19 precautions like masking as cases and hospitalizations rise across the region. Sunday, 1:59 PM

Fire activity in the Tri-Valley
Firefighters were busy with multiple incidents in grasslands in recent days in the Tri-Valley, including one at over 130 acres near Interstate 580 in Livermore, a smaller vegetation fire in Pleasanton and controlled burns in Dublin. Sunday, 9:16 PM

California's $100 billion surplus: What to know about Newsom's spending plan
Gov. Gavin Newsom reveals his revised May budget, including his inflation relief plan and spending priorities on education, the environment and more. Sunday, 1:12 PM | 6 comments

A lasting impact: Statue honoring 'Señor Bob' Athenour unveiled in Pleasanton's sister city of Tulancingo
In the hearts of many in Tulancingo, late Pleasanton resident Bob Athenour now truly has a permanent presence in the community of his hometown's sister city in Mexico -- a life-size bronze sculpture of him sitting on a park bench. Thursday, 10:56 PM | 3 comments

How bad is water use in California? March is the worst so far, up 19%
Ignoring urgent pleas from water officials, Californians used substantially more water after a record-dry three months gripped the state. Sunday, 1:13 PM

Election certified: LVJUSD parcel tax renewal passes by less than 1% margin
Voters have renewed the Livermore school district's $138 parcel tax for another seven years, with Measure A clearing the two-thirds supermajority threshold with 67.31% Yes, according to election results certified on Wednesday night. Thursday, 5:20 PM

Leadership transition at Pleasanton's Museum on Main
After 13 years at the helm, Executive Director Jim DeMersman has announced he will retire from Pleasanton's Museum on Main in the fall. Sarah Schaefer, the current education director, has been named as his permanent successor. Tuesday, 9:02 PM

Teen charged with murder after victim in Livermore crash dies in hospital
A teenager has seen his charges upgraded to include murder after a Livermore woman seriously injured in a car crash allegedly caused by the young man in February recently died at the hospital from her injuries, the Weekly has learned. Sunday, May 8, 8:45 PM

Amador Valley High celebrates We the People national championship
The competition civics team from Amador Valley High is the best in the country, winning the national We the People tournament last week for the second time in school history. Wednesday, May 4, 5:24 PM | 4 comments

 

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