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City: Historic downtown Pleasanton home demolished without permit
Pleasanton city leaders are lamenting the loss of a historic home on Second Street, which was allegedly torn down earlier... Last comment 17 hours ago | 56 comments

PUSD to poll community this month on new bond measure
The Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees took the next step toward pursuing a new $120 million school facilities... Last comment on Aug 15, 2019 at 7:55 pm | 5 comments

Haubert, Marchand among mayors to call for Senate action on gun safety laws
Two Tri-Valley mayors were among the more than 20 from the Bay Area and 250 nationwide who have signed a letter addressed... Last comment on Aug 15, 2019 at 3:02 pm | 68 comments

Group starts new petition to reverse city's plans for downtown Livermore
A local group opposed to a new boutique hotel planned in downtown Livermore are working to reverse the Livermore City Council’s... Last comment on Aug 16, 2019 at 2:34 pm | 11 comments

 
 
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Jerry and Cindy Sobrero, Stu and Cheryl Craig, Ken and Cindy Artinyan, Cyril Bonanno, Mark and Ann Fischer, Emil and Margie Oxsen in Tangier Morocco during a Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce trip. Fun! Submitted by Cindy Sobrero on Nov 21, 2017

 
 
 
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Ax-throwing lounge approved in Valley Plaza
The Tri-Valley could see its first ax-throwing lounge opening this winter after the Pleasanton Planning Commission signed off on a use permit for the new recreational game venue on Wednesday night. Friday, 4:23 PM

Hart's heart: Fast-acting good Samaritans aid runner suffering from cardiac arrest
While on a run on Stanley Boulevard outside of Shadow Cliffs in Pleasanton in June, Albert Hart suffered sudden cardiac arrest just a week before his 28th wedding anniversary. Thursday, 3:37 PM | 1 comments

Revival of Museum on Main
The new permanent exhibit is a collection of three-dimensional objects, images and archives along with several hands-on features. DeMersman had heard many folks say they must visit again -- soon. Thursday, 1:56 PM

News Digest: JDEDZ comment deadline, Chain of Lakes mining & Tobacco referendum
Pleasanton city officials released the supplemental environmental analysis for the JDEDZ earlier this summer, and the deadline for public comment to be included in the document is Aug. 23. Thursday, 1:26 PM

Livermore: Teen's mural 'unzips' arts center identity
Bothwell Arts Center is a beehive of activity, with art and dance classes, workshops, rehearsal space and productions, but on the outside it looked like just another ho-hum industrial building -- 'til Sierra Randel got her hands on it. Friday, 11:29 AM

Foothill student's painting 'Prayer' wins Congressional Art Competition
The artistic talents of three Tri-Valley high school students were recently honored with top awards from their local congressmen, including first place for Foothill student Jiahua Liang. Thursday, 1:57 PM

City: Historic downtown home demolished without permit
Pleasanton city leaders are lamenting the loss of a historic home on Second Street, which was allegedly torn down earlier this summer without a proper permit and in violation of city regulations to protect heritage resources. Thursday, 10:59 AM | 56 comments

Pleasanton council poised to discuss downtown plan; Testa out of debate
The Pleasanton City Council is set to hold what could be its final debate on proposed updates to the city's Downtown Specific Plan next week. Wednesday, 4:32 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Foothill football to host home opener at Amador
"It really came down to being all about the kids," Amador coach Danny Jones said about Foothill playing at Amador. "We are just happy we were able to help." Tuesday, 12:57 PM

PUSD to poll community this month on new bond measure
The Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees took the next step toward pursuing a new $120 million school facilities bond measure at their first meeting of the new school year on Tuesday night. Wednesday, 10:49 AM | 5 comments

Local Kaiser Permanente workers endorse potential strike
Some local Kaiser Permanente workers could be participating in the largest strike seen in the United States in decades this fall, with Tri-Valley union members among those so far to vote in favor of a strike if bargaining talks fail. Wednesday, 1:37 PM | 8 comments

Group starts new petition to reverse city's plans for downtown Livermore
A local group opposed to a new boutique hotel planned in downtown Livermore are working to reverse the Livermore City Council's recent final approval of the plans and have organized a signature-gathering drive to do so. Tuesday, 8:40 AM | 11 comments

Chabad Center damaged in overnight fire
The Chabad Center for Jewish Life caught fire overnight but remained largely intact Friday morning, with a quick response from local firefighters limiting the most significant damage to the exterior and roof of the synagogue. Sunday, 3:52 PM | 11 comments

 

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