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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... Last comment 6 hours ago | 2 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 7 hours ago | 31 comments

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

We Need a "New Neighbors Good Manners" Handbook
They moved in last week and did not bother to set up garbage pickup so they took ALL of their moving boxes and other trash... Last comment 36 minutes ago | 7 comments

 
 
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"Pleasanton Wedding!"
Mia and Kurt both grew up in Pleasanton and met in high school at Amador Valley, where their relationship began. These high school sweethearts kept it local and tied the knot in Pleasanton on Saturday 1/14/17. Submitted by Mia Schmidt on Feb 8, 2017

 
 
 
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Pleasanton council set to again debate Chabad Center appeals
The Pleasanton City Council is set to discuss proposed plans for the Chabad Center for Jewish Life on Tuesday night, nearly six months after its last public hearing on dueling appeals regarding expanded use of the religious center on Hopyard Road. Monday, 3:38 PM

History comes alive at Fairlands 'African-American Living Museum'
The “African American Living Museum" at Fairlands Elementary last week highlighted some of the United States' most important African-American figures in U.S. history, including Martin Luther King Jr. and Harriet Tubman. Monday, 12:44 PM

Frolicking fundraiser for Pleasanton Cultural Arts Council
The Pleasanton Cultural Arts Council is presenting Royal Jelly Jive at 8 p.m. March 1 at the Firehouse Arts Center to raise money for art in the schools, a departure from classical music fundraising concerts in the past. Monday, 12:27 PM

Camp Connection: Adventures beckon
Summer is quickly approaching, which means a long vacation when schools let out. How can parents make these months stimulating, productive and fun? Monday, 12:28 PM

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. Sunday, 8:40 PM

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. Sunday, 8:40 PM | 1 comments

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. Sunday, 8:40 PM | 1 comments

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 | 2 comments

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

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

Livermore-Amador Symphony presents 'Colorful Characters'
Livermore-Amador Symphony continues its 56th regular season with "Colorful Characters" next Saturday (Feb. 23) at the Bankhead Theater, with music director Lara Webber conducting. Sunday, 8:41 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

 

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