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BART to Livermore Extension to be voted this Thursday
We are down to wire since BART is planning to vote on whether BART will extend to Livermore on May 24th. We need 2 more votes... Last comment on May 21, 2018 at 4:41 pm | 0 comments

Tim Talk: Dublin agencies partner for new school site
The Dublin City Council has partnered with the Dublin Unified School District to start to address school overcrowding on... Last comment 23 hours ago | 8 comments

Weekly endorsements for June primary
It's election time once again, and although these midterm primary campaigns haven't generated as much intrigue as we'd see... Last comment 7 hours ago | 7 comments

Harvest Park principal announces resignation
Robin Munsell, principal of Harvest Park Middle School, announced last week that she would be resigning from her post at... Last comment on May 21, 2018 at 2:45 pm | 64 comments

 
 
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"Antarctica 6"
On a cruise ship in Antarctica. Left to right: Bruce and Barbara McLeod, Bev and Dave Naegle, Susan and Scott Nelson. Yes, it's cold there, even in their "summer". Submitted by Barbara McLeod (sent from account of Scott an on Feb 23, 2017

 
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Foothill VP to become principal at Sacramento middle school
Marcel Baker has announced that he will be leaving his post as vice principal of Foothill High School to take a middle school principalship in Sacramento. Tuesday, 3:52 PM

Pleasanton Preps: First Tee provides comfort for grieving former Amador golfer
Life has come full circle for former Amador Valley golfer Natalie Baylock when it comes to the First Tee of the Tri-Valley. Tuesday, 10:58 AM

Tri-Valley hospice pioneer Dr. Peter Wong dies at 74
Dr. Peter P. Wong, an early founder of Hope Hospice and a pioneer in the Bay Area in the medical fields of cancer treatment, hospice services and palliative care, died peacefully April 16, according to family. He was 74. Tuesday, 3:45 PM

Pleasanton educators, staff honored for impacting students' lives
Twenty Pleasanton Unified teachers and staff were honored earlier this month as this year's Excellence in Education Award Winners. Tuesday, 1:36 PM

Another Facilities Master Plan update for school board
The Pleasanton school board is set to consider another update to the Measure I1 Facilities Master Plan on Tuesday night. Monday, 12:12 PM | 3 comments

PUSD: Graffiti threat at Pleasanton Middle School found to be not credible
Pleasanton Middle School saw increased police presence on campus last week due to threatening graffiti discovered in a bathroom, but nothing happened, district officials say. Monday, 11:43 AM | 1 comments

Danville man killed after car crashes into pond off Crow Canyon Road
Danville resident Keith Leung, 34, died after his Tesla Model S vehicle was found in a pond off of Crow Canyon Road just outside San Ramon on Sunday night. Leung worked as an engineer in Bay Point and as an active member of the Danville Community Band. Monday, 9:29 PM

Kottinger Gardens ceremony marks Phase 1 opening, Phase 2 groundbreaking
Approximately 100 community members attended the ceremony Wednesday to recognize the new housing project that has been under construction just outside downtown Pleasanton since March 2016. Once Phase 2 is complete, Kottinger Gardens will add 185 new low-income housing units for seniors. Monday, 9:26 PM

Amador senior named state champion for National History Day competition
A senior from Amador Valley High School was named a state champion in the National History Day 2018 state competition and will now move on to nationals. Monday, 3:28 PM

Former Livermore police officer publishes children's book
That's the main purpose of his new children's book, "Officer M.N.O.P. and Me." To dispel misconceptions about police officers and educate youth. Sunday, 7:51 PM

The bird counter at Shadow Cliffs
Unseen by many a Pleasanton resident, Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area is home to a burgeoning civilization: a waterbird colony. And there you'll often find citizen scientist Bill Rose. Thursday, 1:20 PM

Castlewood could consider selling Valley Course for new housing
Members of the Castlewood Country Club are facing some difficult decisions this summer. General Manager John Vest said Castlewood staff and the Board of Directors are exploring all options to address costly ADA-compliance concerns with the Castlewood clubhouse. Tuesday, 5:16 PM | 27 comments

 

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