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Pleasanton's Sears store to close amid company's bankruptcy
On Monday shortly after announcing that their company was filing for chapter 11, Sears Holdings officials announced that... Last comment 2 hours ago | 23 comments

The Pothole Report: Pleasanton recognized for quality road maintenance
A recent study of the 43,000 miles of road found in the Bay Area -- almost double the distance it takes to circumnavigate... Last comment 6 hours ago | 2 comments

Congressional hopeful Peters' candidate statement left out of Contra Costa voters guide
U.S. House of Representatives hopeful Rudy Peters (R-Livermore) saw his campaign hit a bump in the road late in this election... Last comment on Oct 16, 2018 at 2:30 pm | 1 comment

General election 2018
While many eyes in the Bay Area will no doubt be glued to out-of-area contests, Pleasanton voters can have their voices heard... Last comment on Oct 15, 2018 at 12:06 am | 0 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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Historic homes: Stories etched into century-old houses, and the measures to preserve them
It's just one of dozens of historical homes scattered around Pleasanton, homes that are deemed to have historical and architectural significance in the ways their structures have been preserved. And they serve as a reminder of decades past, harkening back to horse-and-buggy days when the city was just emerging. Thursday, 10:01 AM

Tim Talk: Bringing great burgers to downtown Pleasanton
When Todd Utikal and his wife celebrated life milestones at Skip Hinsley's Girasole restaurant, he never imagined that years later they would be business partners in downtown Pleasanton's newest restaurant. Thursday, 10:07 AM | 2 comments

Halloween Fun Night at tennis center 'just grew and grew'
What started out in 2005 as a fun Halloween-themed tennis party for a dozen young players has turned into an extravaganza of spooks, costumes, games and candy that draws hundreds -- the Pleasanton Halloween Fun Night. Thursday, 10:14 AM

Pleasanton council endorses Valley Link
The Pleasanton City Council threw its support Tuesday behind regional officials' initial concept of creating a commuter light rail system, dubbed Valley Link, to extend public transit service east between the Dublin-Pleasanton BART stop and the North Lathrop ACE Train station. Wednesday, 12:38 PM | 3 comments

Editorial: Re-elect Baker for Assembly, Swalwell for Congress
We reached our endorsement decisions for regional representative seats after meeting with the candidates or questioning them during a public forum. Wednesday, 1:26 PM | 21 comments

Clubhouse, downtown's newest restaurant, opens in Pleasanton Hotel
Ed Westmoreland was joined by an enthusiastic crowd Monday as he cut the ribbon and opened his new Clubhouse restaurant in the Pleasanton Hotel at 855 Main St. Wednesday, 1:48 PM | 10 comments

Remembering Kristallnacht
Eighty years ago, Nazis in Germany swept through the country on the night of Nov. 9 and attacked its Jewish citizens, vandalizing synagogues, businesses and homes, and killing nearly 100 people. Wednesday, 1:05 PM

Las Positas awarded state grant to support veterans
The award comes after the college's Veterans First Program applied for a Veterans Resource Center state grant through the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office. Wednesday, 1:31 PM

Firehouse comedy: Heartbreak and humor of divorce and dating
Anne Marie Scheffler shares insights of her "MILF Life Crisis" in a comedy show that explores the new kind of relationships she observed when newly divorced with kids, at 8 p.m. this Saturday at the Firehouse Arts Center. Wednesday, 4:24 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Foothill alum inducted into UC Davis Hall of Fame
Betsy Sedlak, a graduate of Foothill High, was recently inducted into the University of California, Davis Hall of Fame following her incredible volleyball career. Tuesday, 3:05 PM | 1 comments

The Pothole Report: Pleasanton recognized for quality road maintenance
A recent study of the 43,000 miles of road found in the Bay Area -- almost double the distance it takes to circumnavigate the globe-- has recognized Pleasanton as having some of the best maintained and highest quality streets in the region. Tuesday, 5:10 PM | 2 comments

Small plane crashes into fence at Livermore Airport
A small World War II-era plane ran off the runway and veered into a perimeter fence at the Livermore Municipal Airport on Tuesday afternoon, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. Tuesday, 5:18 PM

Pleasanton's Sears store to close amid company's bankruptcy
On Monday shortly after announcing that their company was filing for chapter 11, Sears Holdings officials announced that Pleasanton's Sears in the Stoneridge Shopping Mall would be closing along with 141 other Sears and Kmart locations nationwide, before the year's end. Tuesday, 12:07 PM | 23 comments

Tim Talk: Pleasanton firm Deep Sentinel prepares product launch
Pleasanton-based Deep Sentinel is breaking new ground in the home surveillance industry and, like many other innovative solutions, hopes to completely disrupt it. Sunday, 5:27 PM

Pleasanton: Haugen scholarship deadline Nov. 12
The Community of Character Collaborative invites high school seniors in Pleasanton to apply for the annual Juanita Haugen Memorial Scholarship. Tuesday, 5:02 PM

General election 2018
While many eyes in the Bay Area will no doubt be glued to out-of-area contests, Pleasanton voters can have their voices heard on the range of representative positions and state propositions on their ballots. Offices such as State Assembly, Congress and California governor, and ballot issues like gas tax repeal, another water bond and veteran housing funding -- to name a few. Thursday, 12:11 PM

 

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