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Pleasanton: Council delays environmental consultant contract for mall apartments project
The Pleasanton City Council on Tuesday held off on hiring an environmental consultant to review the proposal from Simon Property... Last comment 23 hours ago | 44 comments

Police: Teens arrested in string of smash-and-grabs from Pleasanton cars
Three teenagers were arrested on suspicion of smashing the windows of at least a dozen cars and stealing items from inside... Last comment on Sep 14, 2019 at 10:20 pm | 23 comments

Around Pleasanton: Remembering my friend, Independent editor Janet Armantrout
A graveside service was held Aug. 31 in Corvallis, Ore., for my longtime professional journalism colleague Janet Armantrout,... Last comment 1 hour ago | 4 comments

Commission supports new houses on Stanley, redesign of 7-Eleven/Shell on Hopyard
The Pleasanton Planning Commission recently gave its endorsement to a pair of small-scale development projects that are due... Last comment on Sep 13, 2019 at 5:00 pm | 12 comments

 
 
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Pleasanton council set for hearing on ax lounge permit
The Pleasanton City Council is scheduled to host a public hearing Tuesday night on an ax-throwing lounge proposed to move in to a shopping center along Santa Rita Road. Monday, 5:03 PM

Everyone invited to interfaith picnic
Interfaith Interconnect of the Tri-Valley will hold its seventh annual potluck picnic in recognition of International Peace Day, from 4-7 p.m. next Saturday (Sept. 21). Monday, 3:57 PM

New Wellness Center unveiled at Dublin High School
A new Wellness Center that opened at Dublin High School last week gives students a place that they can turn to on campus when life becomes overwhelming, whether in or outside of the classroom. Monday, 5:38 PM

Jack-knifed big-rig snarls morning commute through Pleasanton
All lanes of northbound Interstate 680 have reopened near Fremont after a collision between two big-rigs Monday morning led to a fuel leak of more than 3,800 gallons of gasoline. Monday, 3:34 PM

New chapter for Stanford-ValleyCare's Urgent Care
Young patients at Stanford Health Care-Valley Care's Urgent Care may find their visits a little less stressful, thanks to Blake Kenney's Eagle Scout project. Monday, 3:57 PM

Popular Foothill High track coach becomes U.S. citizen after 16 years
A popular track coach at Foothill High School received a warm “welcome home" from the Pleasanton community when he was sworn in as a full-fledged U.S. citizen during a naturalization ceremony on campus Thursday. Sunday, 9:31 PM

Pleasanton church honors first responders
Lighthouse Baptist Church in downtown Pleasanton held its annual First Responder Sunday on Aug. 18. Monday, 3:58 PM

Staying Healthy: Drivers For Survivors
No cancer patient should have to worry about a ride to chemotherapy, believes Sherry Higgs, founder and executive director of Drivers For Survivors. Sunday, 9:23 PM

'Red, White and You Gala' to benefit troops
Dine and dance the night away with Pleasanton Military Families at this year's "Red, White and You Gala: An Evening Under the Stars," being held next Saturday (Sept. 21) at Barone's Restaurant. Sunday, 9:24 PM

Pleasanton Library needs 'Bookleggers' to visit schools
The Pleasanton library is starting its annual Booklegger training series this Tuesday (Sept. 17) for those who wish to join the popular program to promote reading for fun and lifelong library use. Sunday, 9:25 PM

Commission supports new houses on Stanley, redesign of 7-Eleven/Shell on Hopyard
The Pleasanton Planning Commission recently gave its endorsement to a pair of small-scale development projects that are due to head to the City Council for consideration in the coming weeks. Wednesday, 3:10 PM | 12 comments

Dublin historian to speak at Museum on Main
Museum on Main in downtown Pleasanton is hosting Dublin historian Steve Minniear in a discussion about his newest book, "Dublin, California: A Brief History," from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday. Friday, 10:14 AM

Amador alumnus rises to RoboSub semifinals in San Diego
Spending all summer in a pool doesn't sound like hard work but a Pleasanton native who helped design, build and program an underwater robot for a recent robotics competition proved otherwise.
Sunday, 9:26 PM

Pleasanton: Decade later, South Korea man pleads guilty for role in $60M scam
A South Korean citizen who was extradited 10 years after being charged in a $60 million investment fraud based in Pleasanton is due to be sentenced in federal court in Oakland Nov. 19 for his role in the scam. Thursday, 11:35 AM | 1 comments

Staying Healthy: A more inclusive cafeteria
The peanut butter and jelly sandwich is a longtime staple of lunch for the American elementary school student. But what has been a tasty school snack for one student can mean a death sentence for another. Thursday, 10:59 AM

News Digest: Meet PUSD leaders, Tour Senior Center & Niles Canyon Stroll and Roll
The Pleasanton Unified School District is hosting its first community meeting of the 2019-20 school year next Thursday (Sept. 19) at 6:30 p.m. in the multipurpose room at Walnut Grove Elementary School, 1999 Harvest Road. Thursday, 10:59 AM

Police: Teens arrested in string of smash-and-grabs from Pleasanton cars
Three teenagers were arrested on suspicion of smashing the windows of at least a dozen cars and stealing items from inside around the same neighborhood just outside downtown Pleasanton last week, according to police. Tuesday, 11:40 AM | 23 comments

 

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