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Zone 7 board candidates can file running papers starting this week
Candidates hoping to win one of four seats on the Zone 7 Water Agency Board of Directors up for election this June can begin... Last comment on Feb 16, 2018 at 1:14 pm | 1 comment

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 9 hours ago | 4 comments

Cal High: Removal of anthem from pep rally sparks controversy, national attention
San Ramon's California High School has been cast into the national spotlight in the past week after a decision by the school's... Last comment 4 hours ago | 20 comments

Pleasanton Preps: Foothill hires Haubner as new football coach
When replacing an iconic coach at any level or sport, continuity can be of the utmost importance. It looks like the Falcons... Last comment on Feb 13, 2018 at 1:24 pm | 1 comment

 
 
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Barbara McLeod, Bev Naegle and Susan Nelson visit Antarctica. It's cold there! Submitted by Barbara McLeod (sent from account of Scott an on Feb 23, 2017

 
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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 | 1 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 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

Local AAUW steers girls toward STEM careers
Girls! You, too, can thrive in science, technology, engineering and math. The local branch of the American Association of University Women does not just speak this message; its members are passionately involved in three programs each year to encourage and nurture young females in these areas. Thursday, 12:14 PM | 2 comments

Pleasanton hosting Improv Face-Off 2018
Bay Area teen improv teams will compete against Pleasanton's own Creatures of Impulse in this pro-wrestling-themed run of shows, which has five performances, five different bouts, and an interactive format that gives the audience a chance to win prizes, at the Firehouse Arts Center. Sunday, 3:51 PM

Man acquitted in Steinle killing pleads not guilty to federal gun charges
An undocumented Mexican immigrant who was acquitted of state charges of murdering Pleasanton native Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier pleaded not guilty in U.S. District Court Tuesday to two federal gun charges. Sunday, 3:50 PM

Pleasanton mayor delivers 2018 State of the City address
2017 was filled with achievements throughout Pleasanton, and city leaders are positioning themselves for another year of highlights in 2018, Mayor Jerry Thorne said during his State of the City address Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday, 4:18 PM

Foothill hires Haubner as new football coach
When replacing an iconic coach at any level or sport, continuity can be of the utmost importance. It looks like the Falcons have done just that with the hiring of Foothill teacher Greg Haubner to guide the football program that Sweeney built. Tuesday, 11:08 AM | 1 comments

Editorial - Black History Month: Knowledge is imperative to creating inclusive society
Black History Month, which celebrates achievements and contributions of African-Americans in our nation's history, is commemorated around the country every February since President Gerald Ford made it official in 1976. Thursday, 3:21 PM

Beatles vs. Rolling Stones in Livermore
Which band was better -- the Beatles or the Rolling Stones? The two legendary bands will engage in an onstage musical "showdown" at the Bankhead Theater on Feb. 21, courtesy of tribute bands Abbey Road and Satisfaction-The International Rolling Stones Show. Thursday, 12:15 PM

Amador, Foothill headed to 'We the People' national finals
The competitive civics teams from both Amador Valley and Foothill high schools are heading to Washington, D.C. in April, representing California for the "We the People" national finals. Wednesday, 11:12 AM | 1 comments

 

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