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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 7 hours ago | 59 comments

KFC Contractor - Noise into the night
After fencing off the site, (including ruining the parking for the nearby businesses) and then doing nothing for MONTHS,... Last comment on May 18, 2018 at 6:30 pm | 1 comment

Castlewood exploring alternatives to address clubhouse's costly ADA concerns
Members of the Castlewood Country Club are facing some difficult decisions this summer. General Manager John Vest said Castlewood... Last comment 6 hours ago | 23 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 on May 19, 2018 at 12:15 am | 4 comments

 
 
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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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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

Zone 7 board opts to leave McGrail's seat vacant until election
The Zone 7 Water Agency Board of Directors commemorated late director Jim McGrail, who died last month after a recent illness, with an official moment of silence at Wednesday night's meeting, and then formally decided to leave his board seat vacant for the remainder of his unexpired term next month. Sunday, 8:05 PM

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 the east side of the city. 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

Sunflower Hill names first executive director
Nonprofit leader Edie Nehls has been hired as the first-ever executive director of Sunflower Hill, a Tri-Valley organization focused on residential and vocational opportunities for local adults with special needs. Thursday, 9:43 AM

Bankhead: Celebrate dance -- and spring
Valley Dance Theatre will celebrate the beauty of dance around the world with its annual repertoire production, "Spring Rep," at the Bankhead Theater on May 26-27. Musical accompaniment will be provided by Pleasanton Community Band. Sunday, 7:51 PM

'An Afternoon with Susan B. Anthony'
Museum on Main welcomes historical actress Miriam Reed as the famous suffragette in "An Afternoon with Susan B. Anthony" at the Firehouse Arts Center at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Thursday, 8:09 PM

Juanita Haugen Award recipients announced
Recipients of this year's Community of Character Juanita Haugen Awards have been named for exhibiting these values, and the three individuals and one nonprofit organization will be honored at a luncheon Tuesday. Thursday, 1:30 PM | 1 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 in a presidential election year, there are nonetheless a handful of important topics on the ballot for Tri-Valley voters this June. Wednesday, 11:00 AM | 4 comments

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 | 23 comments

Council backs Carpenters Training Center expansion plans
The Pleasanton City Council threw its support behind plans from the Carpenters Training Committee for Northern California to redesign and expand its apprentice training facility on Santa Rita Road on Tuesday night. Wednesday, 10:45 AM | 1 comments

 

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