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Tri-Valley Women’s March sees hundreds take the streets of downtown Pleasanton
On the second anniversary of the 2017 international Women’s March, hundreds of Tri-Valley residents gathered in Pleasanton... Last comment 29 minutes ago | 29 comments

Amador Valley students hosting ethical fashion show
Two Amador Valley High students striving to raise awareness about the positive aspects of ethical practices in the clothing... Last comment 21 hours ago | 2 comments

Around Pleasanton: A new downtown plan is coming, or is it?
A proposed new Pleasanton Downtown Specific Plan due to be voted on this year has run into headwinds. Read the full story... Last comment on Jan 20, 2019 at 4:05 pm | 19 comments

Bay Club bids for Castlewood as members consider options
Members will consider options at the Pleasanton club's annual meeting on Jan. 19 when the Board of Directors and senior staff... Last comment on Jan 19, 2019 at 12:32 pm | 21 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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'Mamma Mia!' opens this week at Firehouse
The Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre is opening the smash hit this weekend at the Firehouse Arts Center, with its ABBA '70s songs such as "Dancing Queen," "Gimme Gimme Gimme" and "Take a Chance on Me." Monday, 1:46 PM

Guest Opinion: Looking ahead to a great 2019 for Chamber of Commerce
I am incredibly honored to be selected as the 2019 chair of the board for the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce, and I accept this role with excitement, humility and pride. Monday, 1:46 PM

Tri-Valley Women’s March sees hundreds take the streets of downtown Pleasanton
On the second anniversary of the 2017 international Women's March, hundreds of Tri-Valley residents gathered in Pleasanton to participate in the city's first Women's March, celebrating diversity, inclusion and the success of women locally and nationally. Sunday, 8:30 PM | 29 comments

Local winegrowers look back at 2018
The Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association gathered recently to look back on the achievements of 2018 and recognize contributions from its members. Monday, 1:48 PM

Pleasanton reflecting on impact of Martin Luther King Jr.
The Pleasanton Community of Character Collaborative is set to hold the 19th annual Martin Luther King Jr. fellowship breakfast later this month. Sunday, 8:30 PM

'Imagination Expressed 2019' exhibit opens in Pleasanton
"There is something for everyone to enjoy at this show," said Christine Bourg, who is serving as exhibit co-chair. "Imagination Expressed 2019" is now open at the Museum on Main. Sunday, 8:30 PM

Bail reform law put on hold as referendum qualifies for 2020 ballot
A historic California law that would replace cash bail with a risk assessment system has been put on hold because a referendum challenging it qualified for the November 2020 ballot. Monday, 1:49 PM

Around Pleasanton: A new downtown plan is coming, or is it?
A proposed new Pleasanton Downtown Specific Plan due to be voted on this year has run into headwinds. Thursday, 4:36 PM | 19 comments

State suspends downtown Livermore bar's liquor license
The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control announced Thursday it has suspended the license of a Livermore bar. Sunday, 8:31 PM | 3 comments

Grants for the arts in Alameda County
The Alameda County Arts Commission will be awarding 2019 "Artsfund Grants" for nonprofit organizations of between $1,000 and $2,500. The deadline to apply is March 1. Monday, 1:49 PM

Bay Club bids for Castlewood as members consider options
Members will consider options at the Pleasanton club's annual meeting on Jan. 19 when the Board of Directors and senior staff will lay out various scenarios and their costs for tackling the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) shortcomings of the clubhouse. Tuesday, 12:51 PM | 21 comments

Hospital names new chief strategy officer
San Ramon Regional Medical Center announced last week the appointment of Pam Yoo as its new chief strategy officer. Sunday, 8:31 PM

Livermore: Pedestrian dies after being hit at First and Portola
Livermore police are continuing to investigate the circumstances around a pedestrian being fatally struck by a car near the intersection of First Street and Portola Avenue on Wednesday night, according to a department spokesman. Thursday, 2:52 PM

 

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