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Taste Tri-Valley
After months of closures and reduced business due to the coronavirus pandemic, dozens of local Tri-Valley restaurants have... Last comment 13 hours ago | 1 comment

Livermore: Plane lands on Isabel Avenue, strikes vehicle; no injuries
An airplane with engine trouble landed on Isabel Avenue and collided with a vehicle, resulting in no injuries but causing... Last comment 6 hours ago | 2 comments

Pleasanton school board votes to reopen for in-person learning on March 4
One year after the COVID-19 pandemic forced its closure, the Board of Trustees unanimously voted to have students return... Last comment on Feb 19, 2021 at 1:02 pm | 2 comments

Pleasanton face mask mandate fails
To increase community awareness and encourage more people to wear face masks in public, the Pleasanton City Council voted... Last comment on Feb 24, 2021 at 3:48 pm | 24 comments

 
 
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Barbara McLeod, Bev Naegle and Susan Nelson visit Antarctica. It's cold there! Submitted by Barbara McLeod (sent from account of Scott an on Feb 23, 2017

 
 
 
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Ace Hardware coming to vacant storefront in Livermore
Livermore will again have a midsize hardware store in town as a new Ace Hardware location is set to open this spring, replacing the Orchard Supply that closed in 2018 and has remained empty until now. Thursday, 4:46 PM

Sunflower Hill advances on new Lafayette housing project
Building on the success of its recent residential community in Pleasanton, Tri-Valley nonprofit Sunflower Hill this week announced that its second affordable housing complex for adults with special needs has been OK'd in Lafayette. Thursday, 4:46 PM

Editorial: Holiday Fund raises $88,215 for safety-net providers
We are grateful beyond words to report that readers stepped up to the challenge and raised $88,215.84 for the 2020-21 Holiday Fund campaign -- surpassing last year's total by more than $12,000. Thursday, 4:47 PM

News Digest: Flags at half-staff for COVID victims, State of the City tickets & Golden Sneaker Contest
In response to President Joe Biden's proclamation on Monday, public agencies' flagpoles across the Tri-Valley, their flags lowered to half-staff through in memory of the 500,000-plus Americans who have died from COVID-19. Thursday, 4:47 PM

Taste Tri-Valley: Region's first-ever Restaurant Week shines spotlight during critical time for local industry
After months of closures and reduced business due to the coronavirus pandemic, dozens of local Tri-Valley restaurants have come together to participate in the region's first-ever 'Taste Tri-Valley Restaurant Week.' Wednesday, 5:28 PM | 1 comments

Valley Views: Gotta be ghosts at O'Neill home
If you have never been to playwright Eugene O'Neill's home in the west hills of Danville, it should be at the top of your list of things to do after the pandemic. Meanwhile, its newest online offering is 'The Ghosts of Tao House.' Thursday, 4:48 PM

Who gets a California stimulus check? When?
California will send out roughly 5.7 million Golden State Stimulus payments of $600 to residents struggling during the pandemic. For most recipients, the funds could come in as soon as a month. Thursday, 4:50 PM

Coroner IDs pedestrian killed on Johnson Drive
The Alameda County Coroner's Bureau has identified a man who died after being struck by a car while walking on Johnson Drive in Pleasanton last Friday evening as Michael B. Watson, 53, of Dublin. Wednesday, 5:20 PM

East Bay Holocaust Education Center aims to honor, enlighten
The newly formed East Bay Holocaust Education Center (EBHEC) in Pleasanton is using creative programs and outlets to teach Tri-Valley residents about the history and lessons from the Holocaust, as well as honor its victims. Wednesday, 9:37 PM

Company unveils new habitat conservation plan for Livermore solar project
The developer behind a proposed solar energy plant in Livermore currently under appeal with the county government has announced plans to seek voluntary state and federal permits as part of a new habitat conservation strategy. Wednesday, 4:32 PM

Livermore: Plane lands on Isabel Avenue, strikes vehicle; no injuries
An airplane with engine trouble landed on Isabel Avenue and collided with a vehicle, resulting in no injuries but causing a significant road closure early Tuesday evening, according to Livermore police. Tuesday, 10:28 PM | 2 comments

Fremont police arrest man accused of brazen crime spree across Bay, including Pleasanton
Fremont PD last week revealed details about the recent arrest of a man accused of committing a slew of burglaries, vandalism incidents, thefts, police evasions and more over four months across the Bay Area, including in Pleasanton. Tuesday, 3:28 PM

PUSD board votes to reopen for in-person learning on March 4
Nearly one year after the COVID-19 pandemic forced its closure, the Board of Trustees unanimously voted to have students return to Pleasanton Unified School District for in-person instruction starting next month. Friday, 7:22 PM | 2 comments

 

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