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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

Editorial: Vote Narum, Streng for Pleasanton City Council
We think Narum and Streng are the right community leaders to guide the City of Planned Progress through the next four years.... Last comment 5 hours ago | 19 comments

Officials break ground on Dublin-Pleasanton BART parking structure
In an effort to mitigate the traffic congestion and parking headaches that have plagued the area, local and regional leaders... Last comment on Oct 13, 2018 at 1:10 pm | 18 comments

Head of the Class: Solorzano making the rounds at Amador
Alberto Solorzano's path to Amador Valley principal is full of "accidents," he said. Starting with his foray into teaching. Read... Last comment 10 hours ago | 4 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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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. Monday, 4:06 PM | 7 comments

Council to talk Valley Link concept, Zone 7 rate hikes; Chabad hearing postponed
The Pleasanton City Council is set to discuss taking positions on the Valley Link commuter rail system and proposed rate increases from the Zone 7 Water Agency on Tuesday, but the hearing on the Chabad Center for Jewish Life -- the night's most-anticipated debate -- has been postponed. Monday, 12:04 PM

Tri-Valley native joins Pleasanton PD as newest officer
Pleasanton Police Department and city officials welcomed San Ramon native Nickolas Skaggs as the department's newest police officer during a ceremony last week. Monday, 1:04 PM

CPUC approves higher electricity fees for customers who buy from local program
The California Public Utilities Commission at a meeting in San Francisco on Thursday approved a revised fee calculation that will result in higher charges to customers who choose to buy their electricity from local governments instead of investor-owned utilities. Monday, 12:05 PM

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

Classic film musicals at the Bankhead
The Classic Film Musicals Series continues at the Bankhead Theater with MGM's "Showboat," at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 24. The star-studded classic was released in 1951 with big dances and songs including "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man" and "Ol' Man River," with Kathryn Grayson, Howard Keel and Ava Gardner. Monday, 12:05 PM

Remembering World War II
Milt Feldman, 94, and his wife Renee were special guests recently at the world premiere at Stoneridge Creek of a documentary featuring his experiences during World War II when he was a German POW, "A Soldier's Dream: The Milt Feldman Story." Monday, 2:45 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

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 season, when the Contra Costa County Elections Department failed to include his candidate statement in the original voters guide sent to San Ramon residents in Congressional District 15. Sunday, 5:27 PM

Las Positas College presents 'Arcadia'
Las Positas College Department of Theater Arts will explore the nature of evidence and truth in the context of modern ideas about love, attraction, mathematics and physics in Tom Stoppard's play, "Arcadia." It will play at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and at 2 p.m. Sundays from Oct. 19-28 at the Black Box Theater in the Mertes Center for the Arts. Sunday, 5:28 PM

Officials break ground on Dublin-Pleasanton BART parking structure
In an effort to mitigate the traffic congestion and parking headaches that have plagued the area, local and regional leaders came together on Tuesday afternoon to mark the ceremonial groundbreaking of a multi-platform parking garage for the eastern Dublin-Pleasanton BART station. Wednesday, 4:02 PM | 18 comments

Head of the Class: Solorzano making the rounds at Amador
Alberto Solorzano's path to Amador Valley principal is full of "accidents," he said. Starting with his foray into teaching. Thursday, 12:13 PM | 4 comments

Editorial: Vote Narum, Streng for Pleasanton City Council
We think Narum and Streng are the right community leaders to guide the City of Planned Progress through the next four years. Wednesday, 11:49 AM | 19 comments

 

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