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EBRPD buys 160 acres to expand preserve between Dublin and Livermore
The Tri-Valley's Doolan Canyon Regional Preserve has nearly 160 acres of new publicly owned open space, with EBRPD closing... Last comment on Feb 14, 2019 at 4:37 pm | 3 comments

PPD: Wells Fargo robbed, streets closed as officers search for suspects
Pleasanton police have blocked several streets to search for men accused of robbing the Wells Fargo at Hopyard Road and Stoneridge... Last comment 15 hours ago | 53 comments

PUSD transcripts: Investigator finds two impermissible alterations, no systemic problem
PUSD had two incidents of administrators improperly removing a course from a high school student transcript -- one inadvertent,... Last comment on Feb 13, 2019 at 6:59 pm | 29 comments

Eye in the sky for security at Stoneridge Shopping Center
Stoneridge Shopping Center visitors may have noticed a new retractable security tower in the mall's parking lot in recent... Last comment 2 hours ago | 8 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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Dublin police look for public's help in locating missing teen
Police in Dublin are asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing teenager. Max Joseph Merrell, 14, was reported missing by his family on Tuesday. Friday, 10:18 AM

Guest Opinion: Reflections on our Tri-Valley mayors' trip to Washington
In my role as Pleasanton's mayor, I recently traveled with the other Tri-Valley mayors for our annual trip to Washington, D.C. for the U.S. Conference of Mayors. I'm pleased to report that despite the government shutdown, we had a successful trip advocating for our region. Friday, 4:21 PM

Del Valle Regional Park closed amid flooding concerns
Park officials have closed Del Valle Regional Park in southeastern Livermore for at least the next two weeks amid flooding concerns as rain continues to fall throughout the region. Friday, 5:07 PM

Lovin' guitars: Iconic instrument is a joy to hear, play and behold
Pick up a guitar. With your left fingers hold down a string or two. Strum with your right hand. Sound! Music? Magic. John Kibildis, owner of JAMS Music in Dublin, said his favorite instrument has always been the guitar. Thursday, 12:54 PM

Tim Talk: Being prepared saves a life at Pleasanton Middle School
Team members at Pleasanton Middle School were reminded of the importance of being trained and prepared for life-or-death situations. That training helped assistant principal Mike O'Brien come to the aid of a choking student. Thursday, 11:59 AM

Pleasanton chamber announces Community Service Award winners
The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce has announced the recipients of its 2019 Community Service Awards ahead of the award ceremony taking place next month at the Firehouse Arts Center. Thursday, 12:55 PM

EBRPD buys 160 acres to expand preserve between Dublin and Livermore
The Tri-Valley's Doolan Canyon Regional Preserve has nearly 160 acres of new publicly owned open space, with EBRPD closing escrow on the nearly $1.3 million acquisition paid for largely by the district's Measure WW open space bond funds. Wednesday, 2:37 PM | 3 comments

Winning words will fly at upcoming Scripps Spelling Bee in Pleasanton
There's plenty of buzz swirling around the 2019 Scripps Bay Area Regional Spelling Bee competition on Sunday at the Amador Theater, the final hurdle before advancing to the national championship. Wednesday, 11:25 AM | 1 comments

Livermore company fined for safety violations in fatal trench collapse
A Livermore-based business has been cited more than $242,000 for safety violations related to the death of a worker in the collapse of a trench in Daly City last July, California Division of Occupational Safety and Health officials said Wednesday. Wednesday, 4:34 PM

News Digest: Bubbles & Bacon, Count those birds, Swalwell named chair
The Pleasanton Downtown Association is hosting its inaugural Bubbles & Bacon event on and around Main Street next weekend. Thursday, 12:55 PM

City seeks residents for committee, commission seats
Pleasanton city officials are looking for volunteers interested in serving the community on one of the city commissions and committees that oversee specific topic areas and make recommendations to the City Council. Wednesday, 11:25 AM

PUSD transcripts: Investigator finds two improper alterations, no systemic problem
PUSD had two incidents of administrators improperly removing a course from a high school student transcript -- one inadvertent, one intentional, but both impermissible, according to the findings from the law firm investigating the integrity of district transcripts. Sunday, 12:14 PM | 29 comments

PPD: Wells Fargo robbed, suspects escape after shooting at officer
Pleasanton police are still searching for the culprits behind a takeover-style robbery of the Wells Fargo on Hopyard Road that led to a police chase with shots fired at an officer and a carjacking before the robbers escaped town on Friday. Sunday, 12:32 PM | 53 comments

 

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