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PUSD won't pursue Valley Trails property for new school site
After further consideration, the Pleasanton school board Tuesday directed district administration not to pursue acquisition... Last comment 10 hours ago | 12 comments

Foothill principal tapped to lead San Ramon Valley High
Jason Krolikowski, principal of Foothill High School since 2013, is leaving the district next school year after being appointed... Last comment 15 hours ago | 17 comments

City Council OKs downtown parking strategic plan
Pleasanton city officials have a new game plan for improving parking conditions downtown after the City Council approved... Last comment 4 hours ago | 6 comments

Green teens: Pleasanton nonprofit instills high-schoolers to be environmental stewards
Since being piloted at Walnut Grove Elementary, the Pleasanton-based Go Green Initiative reach has grown to all 50 states... Last comment on Apr 21, 2017 at 10:55 am | 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 contractor has license revoked over fatal Berkeley balcony collapse
The Pleasanton firm that served as general contractor for the construction of a Berkeley apartment complex where a balcony later collapsed, killing six people and injuring seven more, will have its license revoked as part of a settlement reached with state officials last week. Monday, 4:00 PM

United for Peace: Nonprofit run by Foothill students raises funds to stop genocide
Young adults learn about the atrocities of conflicts past and present through school and the media; few, however, start a nonprofit to help combat them. Monday, 12:00 PM

PUSD accepting student board member applications
PUSD is accepting applications now through May 5 for 2017-18 student school board members and alternates. Monday, 2:16 PM

Harvest Park named Gold Ribbon School
The California Department of Education announced earlier this week that Harvest Park Middle School has been named a 2017 Gold Ribbon School. Sunday, 7:21 PM

Livermore woman dies in Highway 84 crash
A woman who was killed in a head-on collision between her car and another vehicle on state Highway 84 near Fremont on Thursday morning has been identified by the Alameda County coroner's bureau as 69-year-old Cynthia Davis of Livermore. Sunday, 8:24 PM

Analyst: Bay Area appears to be at full employment
Unemployment rates in the Bay Area were among the lowest in the state in March indicating the region is at full employment, according to a state labor market analyst and labor market data. Monday, 9:24 PM

PUSD won't pursue Valley Trails property for new school site
After further consideration, the Pleasanton school board Tuesday directed district administration not to pursue acquisition of the Evangelical Free Church of Pleasanton site in the Valley Trails neighborhood. Thursday, 4:45 PM | 12 comments

Hiring events set in Tri-Valley
Job seekers are encouraged to attend two of the region's largest spring hiring events on April 25 at the Robert Livermore Community Center in Livermore and May 4 at the Shannon Community Center in Dublin. Both hiring events will take place from 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday, 7:24 PM

Foothill principal tapped to lead San Ramon Valley High
Jason Krolikowski, principal of Foothill High School since 2013, is leaving the district next school year after being appointed as the new principal of San Ramon Valley High in Danville. Wednesday, 12:47 PM | 17 comments

Young Tri-Valley Blue Devils win state hockey title
The Tri-Valley Blue Devils 12U-B travel hockey team was crowned state champion in its division at the CAHA playoffs, held March 31 to April 2 in San Jose. Sunday, 7:24 PM

Green teens: Pleasanton nonprofit instills high-schoolers to be environmental stewards
Since being piloted at Walnut Grove Elementary, the Pleasanton-based Go Green Initiative reach has grown to all 50 states and 73 countries, with over 1.5 million students and teachers currently in registered Go Green schools. Thursday, 12:45 PM | 3 comments

Council OKs downtown parking strategic plan
Pleasanton city officials have a new game plan for improving parking conditions downtown after the City Council approved the Downtown Pleasanton Parking Strategy and Implementation Plan on Tuesday night. Wednesday, 4:37 PM | 6 comments

 

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