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Police: Four local juveniles facing murder charge in Butler slaying
Four teenage boys from the Tri-Valley were arrested Friday on suspicion of murder and kidnapping during a robbery in connection... Last comment on May 25, 2020 at 1:43 pm | 29 comments

Fiscal forecast will prompt PUSD to 'make significant changes'
A special online study session of the Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees on Tuesday starting at 5 p.m.... Last comment 1 hour ago | 18 comments

Letter: Let’s temporarily close Main Street for our businesses and community
"Now is the perfect time to temporarily close Main Street to traffic in a thoughtful way so we can bring more consumers downtown... Last comment 14 hours ago | 36 comments

Road to reopening Pleasanton schools remains unclear
What the upcoming school year will look like was the lingering question at an online meeting of the Pleasanton school board... Last comment 13 hours ago | 18 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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PUSD board approves pay bump for classified staff, postpones vote on cabinet raises
Pleasanton Unified School District staff will see a 2.75% pay raise after the trustees finalized a labor contract last week, but they tabled the matter of salary increases for executive cabinet members until next month. Tuesday, 10:31 PM

Weekly to resume print edition June 5
With businesses slowly restarting operations over the next few weeks, the Pleasanton Weekly will resume its weekly print edition next Friday, June 5, Weekly Publisher Gina Channell announced today. Tuesday, 9:38 PM

Pleasanton plans explosive celebration for Class of 2020
Pleasanton Unified School District will honor the senior Class of 2020 this week, starting with virtual graduation ceremonies for Foothill, Amador Valley and Village high schools on Friday night, followed later by a fireworks show. Tuesday, 4:09 PM

Planning Commission to debate new five-lot subdivision on Sycamore Road
The Pleasanton Planning Commission is set Wednesday to consider endorsing a property owner's proposal to split a 3-acre-plus parcel on Sycamore Road into five residential lots with four new houses. Tuesday, 5:40 PM | 1 comments

Governor says hair salons can reopen in 47 counties; Alameda not on list
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Tuesday that 47 counties across the state, including Solano and Napa counties, can reopen hair salons and barbershops with strict public health and safety guidelines. Alameda County is not on the list. Tuesday, 5:59 PM

Livermore police investigating suspicious death at hotel
The Livermore Police Department has deemed a 24-year-old man's death as suspicious after he was discovered unresponsive in a hotel room on the north side of the city on Sunday afternoon. Monday, 5:24 PM

Police: Four local juveniles facing murder charge in Butler slaying
Four teenage boys from the Tri-Valley were arrested Friday on warrants for murder and kidnapping during a robbery in connection with the fatal stabbing of Pleasanton native Jackson Reese Butler last month, police said. Sunday, 3:32 PM | 29 comments

Road to reopening Pleasanton schools remains unclear
What the upcoming school year will look like was the lingering question at an online meeting of the Pleasanton school board on Thursday that stretched until the stroke of midnight. Sunday, 3:32 PM | 18 comments

New Pleasanton police chief set to start job this week
New Pleasanton Police Chief David Swing is set to join the department this Wednesday, more than a month later than originally scheduled due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Monday, 9:28 PM

More details emerge in Pleasanton arson case
Pleasanton police confirmed new information about last month's house fire on Paseo Navarro, with the recent completion of the fire investigator's final report into the arson case. Monday, 10:38 PM

Innovation Tri-Valley talks business during pandemic
While the spread of COVID-19 and subsequent economic downturn have severely stressed the capacity for businesses to operate, a group of local industry leaders have not shied away from the challenges brought on by the pandemic. Sunday, 3:32 PM

 

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