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Pleasanton council to discuss community policing action plan
The City Council is scheduled to begin the conversation on police reform in Pleasanton on Tuesday evening by reviewing the... Last comment 36 minutes ago | 48 comments

PUSD board to consider tentative plan for reopening local schools
When classes start next month, PUSD families will either choose an online-based learning option, or take the plunge and send... Last comment 12 hours ago | 13 comments

COVID-19 treatments, vaccines could be ready by early 2021, Fauci tells Stanford Medicine
The prognosis for getting a handle on COVID-19 could be good if the public is responsible for its actions and if scientific... Last comment 7 hours ago | 17 comments

Bay Area victims' attorney seeks to oust legendary Pleasanton swim coach
An attorney representing several sexual abuse victims in a lawsuit has demanded the removal of Pleasanton Seahawks coach... Last comment on Jul 10, 2020 at 7:02 pm | 33 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 will take learning online when school starts next month
The Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees unanimously voted during its Tuesday night meeting that all students will learn remotely when classes start Aug. 11. Wednesday, 12:00 PM | 18 comments

Alameda County receives state variance approval, but remains on COVID-19 watch list
A whirlwind week for COVID-19 regulations in Alameda County settled with some newfound clarity on Wednesday. Wednesday, 3:58 PM

Pleasanton Library offers curbside service
Check it out: The Pleasanton Public Library is delivering pre-ordered books to patrons in their vehicles. As of last Friday, which concluded its third week, curbside service had filled more than 6,800 requests... Wednesday, 2:49 PM

LARPD announces new hours for local parks, trails
LARPD is switching up visiting hours at Livermore parks, trails and other facilities starting later this month, adjusting its policy to center around daylight hours rather than a static time year-round. Wednesday, 4:11 PM

Remembering Barry Schrader, Livermore community leader and former college board member
Barry L. Schrader, a longtime community leader, former elected representative and retired national laboratory manager in Livermore, died at his home in Illinois last month after battling pancreatic cancer. He was 79. Wednesday, 4:09 PM

Remdesivir treatment study shows 62% reduction in COVID-19 deaths
A study of remdesivir found the experimental antiviral drug greatly improved outcomes for traditionally marginalized groups, children and pregnant and postpartum women. Wednesday, 4:00 PM

Pleasanton council approves action plan for policing policy review
The stage is set for a community listening session on policing in Pleasanton next week after the City Council unanimously approved staff's recommended police review action plan on Tuesday evening. Wednesday, 1:22 AM | 3 comments

Gov. Newsom outlines wildfire prevention efforts amid pandemic
Gov. Gavin Newsom last week outlined the steps California has taken to bolster its wildfire prevention efforts this year amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Wednesday, 4:06 PM

Livermore council subcommittee to address police reform, equity and inclusion
The Equity and Inclusion Subcommittee will address police policy reform and engage community members to improve "equity of opportunity and just treatment for all." Tuesday, 3:45 PM | 1 comments

Tri-Valley census takers want residents to make the count
The 2020 U.S. census may only have nine questions for residents but it has 10 years of impact, and Tri-Valley census counters have been working hard to ensure that every resident counts. Tuesday, 2:26 PM

ACFD Chief Rocha retiring next month; Las Vegas chief named as successor
After 33 years in fire service in the East Bay, Alameda County Fire Department Fire Chief David Rocha is retiring effective Aug. 15, ACFD officials confirmed on Tuesday. Wednesday, 10:31 AM

Charges filed against suspect accused of killing Danville doctor
An Oroville man accused of fatally shooting a Danville doctor during the Fourth of July weekend has formally been charged with murder, according to the Sierra County District Attorney's Office. Tuesday, 4:15 PM | 1 comments

Councilwoman Melissa Hernandez running for mayor of Dublin
Dublin City Councilwoman Melissa Hernandez announced this week that she will run for the mayor's position, rather than seek re-election to a regular council seat, during the Nov. 3 general election. Tuesday, 5:17 PM

Blake Shelton's virtual concert being shown on big screen at Pleasanton fairgrounds
Country music star Blake Shelton, joined by special guests Gwen Stefani and Trace Adkins, will star in a video-recorded concert being broadcast at outdoor theater venues later this month, including the fairgrounds in Pleasanton. Monday, 3:15 PM

Dublin council plans to impanel citizen task force on policing
The Dublin City Council pledged to establish a citizen task force to review policing practices in the city at a special meeting last Thursday. Monday, 5:26 PM

DSRSD recognizes Dublin High students for excellence in water research
The Dublin San Ramon Services District recently recognized three Dublin High School students for earning first place in the Excellence in Water Research Award at the Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair this year. Monday, 6:06 PM

Candidacy period for local elections opens Monday
Tri-Valley public agencies are getting ready for the local election cycle, with the candidacy nomination period opening on Monday for any local resident interested in running for an available office. Sunday, 5:31 PM | 1 comments

Bay Area victims' attorney seeks to oust legendary Pleasanton swim coach
An attorney representing several sexual abuse victims in a lawsuit has demanded the removal of Pleasanton Seahawks coach Steve Morsilli from USA Swimming for allegedly failing to report abuse complaints made against another coach. Wednesday, 8:40 AM | 33 comments

 

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