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Capt. Bretzing retiring from Pleasanton PD
The Pleasanton Police Department is getting ready to say goodbye to one of its longest-tenured members, Capt. Jeff Bretzing,... Last comment 44 minutes ago | 3 comments

Planning Commission approves new car wash on Stanley Boulevard
A new car wash is on its way into town after the Pleasanton Planning Commission on Wednesday signed off on a proposal from... Last comment 22 hours ago | 8 comments

City, Costco opponents make first court appearance in lawsuit
Last week marked the first court appearance in the lawsuit challenging the city's environmental clearances for its new Johnson... Last comment 13 minutes ago | 57 comments

PUSD: Foothill searched after threat that was actually tied to Bakersfield school
Pleasanton's Foothill High School was searched by police and cleared of danger Friday morning after a phone call alerting... Last comment on Feb 18, 2018 at 10:45 am | 4 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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Pleasanton council discusses impacts of recent state housing legislation
The Pleasanton City Council received a recap from city staff this week about the probable local impacts of the so-called "housing package," a group of state legislation signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown last fall to address housing availability and affordability across California. Wednesday, 10:07 AM | 1 comments

City OKs partial street closure to curtail cut-through traffic
Drivers soon won't be allowed to turn from Dublin Canyon Road onto Laurel Creek Drive after the Pleasanton City Council this month voted in favor of the move after hearing complaints from residents in The Preserve about speeding commuters cutting through their neighborhood. Tuesday, 3:08 PM | 13 comments

Interpretive pavilion planned for Shadow Cliffs
Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area -- the 266-acre park on Stanley Boulevard in east Pleasanton -- just keeps getting better. Water enthusiasts enjoy swimming, boating, fishing and beaches at the 80-acre lake. The park's variety of trails are frequented by hikers, bikers and horses. Tuesday, 12:42 PM | 4 comments

Lady Blue Devils capture gold, silver medals in San Jose
The Lady Blue Devils -- the Tri-Valley's all-girls ice hockey club -- competed in several age groups at MLK Girls/Women's Ice Hockey Tournament in San Jose and returned home with one championship title and a silver medal. Tuesday, 4:52 PM

Museum holding discussions on photo exhibit
The Museum on Main is holding two "Discussion with ..." lectures relating to its current exhibit, "Black and White in Black and White." Tuesday, 3:16 PM

Triptych special in Firehouse lobby
The large-scale triptych "Imperial Woodpecker" -- 6 feet by 12 feet -- by Korean-American artist Sarah Lee, a resident of Dublin, will be on exhibit at Harrington Gallery Grand Atrium Lobby of the Firehouse Arts Center now through March 10. Tuesday, 4:44 PM

Capt. Bretzing retiring from Pleasanton PD
The Pleasanton Police Department is getting ready to say goodbye to one of its longest-tenured members, Capt. Jeff Bretzing, who is retiring from the department on Friday. Monday, 3:29 PM | 3 comments

Planning Commission approves new car wash on Stanley Boulevard
A new car wash is on its way into town after the Pleasanton Planning Commission on Wednesday signed off on a proposal from Surf-Thru Express Car Wash to build its first Bay Area station at a long-vacant property along Stanley Boulevard. Sunday, 2:36 PM | 8 comments

New Glazer bills take on state pensions, renter support, pet safety
Tri-Valley State Senator Steve Glazer introduced three bills last week aimed at addressing issues on the minds of people across the state: public pensions, rental costs and pet safety. Monday, 3:29 PM

PUSD: Foothill searched after threat that was actually tied to Bakersfield school
Pleasanton's Foothill High School was searched by police and cleared of danger Friday morning after a phone call alerting authorities to a threatening social media post was soon determined to have actually pertained to a different Foothill High School. Sunday, 2:35 PM | 4 comments

City, Costco opponents make first court appearance in lawsuit
Last week marked the first court appearance in the lawsuit challenging the city's environmental clearances for its new Johnson Drive Economic Development Zone (JDEDZ), a rezoning that paves the way for Costco, two hotels and other businesses to potentially be developed near the I-580/I-680 interchange. Sunday, 3:49 PM | 57 comments

 

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