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Master gardeners set to break ground on early stages of community farm in Pleasanton
One project slated to break ground in fall is aiming to help Pleasanton residents grow their own food in a sustainable, water-conserving... Last comment on Sep 23, 2022 at 2:10 pm | 1 comment

Livermore City Council candidates debate key issues in public forum
Candidates for Livermore City Council appeared last week at a public forum to debate pressing issues relevant to the community,... Last comment on Sep 23, 2022 at 11:12 am | 1 comment

Residents express concerns over nonprofit merger
The recent merger between two Pleasanton nonprofits has led some citizens to question how the move will impact their community,... Last comment on Sep 21, 2022 at 3:05 pm | 3 comments

Guest Opinion: Costco is coming soon to Pleasanton ... finally
Most residents are aware of the long history leading up to this resolution to finally bring Costco to Pleasanton and meet... Last comment on Sep 19, 2022 at 4:39 pm | 21 comments

 
 
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Planning Commission to hold community workshop on Stoneridge Mall framework process
The Pleasanton Planning Commission is set to hold a Stoneridge Mall framework workshop on Monday at 6 p.m. to review and accept public input on developing housing at the shopping center. Sunday, 2:50 PM

Staying Healthy: Running to support survivors of domestic violence
The nonprofit organization, Tri-Valley Haven, is hosting its annual Pace for Peace run/walk event put on to raise funds and awareness for survivors of domestic violence. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the pace run. Sunday, 10:59 AM

County supervisors ban wild cow milking, maintain use of 'essential equipment' for rodeos
Alameda County supervisors voted to ban the rodeo practice of wild cow milking in unincorporated parts of the county, while an amendment to the ordinance cleared spurs, bucking straps and non-release ropes for continued use. Sunday, 10:59 AM | 4 comments

BART's current mask requirement to end next weekend
BART'S current mask requirement is slated to end when the mandate expires Oct. 1, but the agency's Board of Directors approved a new resolution that would allow for the mandate to be reinstated when public health officials require... Sunday, 10:59 AM

What a Week: Reflecting on life, legacy of former Pleasanton mayor Bob Philcox
The Pleasanton community is mourning the loss of former mayor, bank executive and community service leader Robert 'Bob' Philcox. His service on two public agencies came at crucial junctures in the recent history of the Tri-Valley. Friday, 12:32 AM

Master gardeners set to break ground on early stages of community farm in Pleasanton
One project slated to break ground in fall is aiming to help Pleasanton residents grow their own food in a sustainable, water-conserving manner -- a community garden and farm at the Bernal Community Park. Thursday, 10:57 AM | 1 comments

Leading Livermore: New City Manager Marysheva has sights set on the future
Livermore's new City Manager Marianna Marysheva has had her hands full since officially taking over the role in June -- and while there seems to never be a dull moment, she told the Weekly she is excited for the work ahead. Friday, 12:39 AM

News Digest: PUSD forum schedule update | Eviction town hall | State of the Tri-Valley coming up
The Pleasanton Weekly's forum for Pleasanton Unified School District candidates has been rescheduled to Oct. 4 for logistical reasons. The event will be held from 6-7:30 p.m. in the PUSD boardrooms. Read that and more in News Digest... Friday, 12:59 AM

Livermore City Council candidates debate key issues in public forum
Candidates for Livermore City Council appeared last week at a public forum to debate pressing issues relevant to the community, including the Eden Housing project, wine country revitalization and more. Friday, 12:52 AM | 1 comments

Tri-Valley ready for Rosh Hashanah celebrations
Leaders of the Tri-Valley's Jewish communities are preparing for this year's Rosh Hashanah celebrations, with events planned throughout the region. Wednesday, 9:31 PM

Livermore teen arrested after crash injures pregnant driver, kills unborn child outside Sacramento
A teenager from Livermore faces a potential murder charge after allegedly crashing into another car while trying to flee authorities after a sideshow in Rio Linda, seriously injuring a pregnant woman and killing her unborn baby Friday. Monday, 11:21 PM | 5 comments

Pleasanton City Council candidates debate
New housing developments, the drinking water supply and public safety were just some of the topics that five Pleasanton City Council candidates running in the November election addressed during a public forum this week. Wednesday, September 14, 9:59 PM | 23 comments

Motorcyclist dies in early morning Livermore crash
Livermore officers responded to a report of a traffic collision early Wednesday morning on Isabel Avenue and Airway Boulevard where a vehicle had struck a motorcyclist, police said. The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene. Wednesday, 12:51 PM

 

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