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Pleasanton leaders need to make a statement on George Floyd
I am writing to urge the Mayor, the Police Chief and the City Manager of Pleasanton to release a statement condemning the... Last comment 4 hours ago | 4 comments

Alameda County issues weeklong nightly curfew to quell unrest
The Alameda County Sheriff's Office issued a countywide curfew on Monday that goes in effect starting 8 p.m. following several... Last comment 7 hours ago | 5 comments

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

Pleasanton Weekly to resume print edition on June 5
With businesses slowly restarting operations over the next few weeks, the Pleasanton Weekly will resume its weekly print... Last comment on May 27, 2020 at 10:42 am | 3 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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Hundreds of demonstrators close streets in non-violent protest in Dublin
Hundreds of protesters shut down the streets in central Dublin on Monday afternoon, as Tri-Valley residents joined the numerous communities throughout the country that have risen up in protests against police brutality. Monday, 8:57 PM | 2 comments

Alameda County issues weeklong nightly curfew to quell unrest
The Alameda County Sheriff's Office issued a countywide curfew on Monday that goes in effect starting 8 p.m. following several nights of civil unrest across the Bay Area. Monday, 10:55 PM | 5 comments

Livermore grads to receive a socially distanced send-off this week
Livermore's Class of 2020 will pay their campuses one last visit to receive their diplomas during a "unique, socially-distanced individualized graduation ceremony" this week, Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District announced. Monday, 8:38 PM

Dublin Rotary honors local teachers with inaugural Educator of the Year
A dozen of Dublin's most esteemed public school teachers were recently honored as the inaugural winners of the Rotary Club of Dublin's Educator of the Year awards. Monday, 2:12 PM

Schools should encourage but not require students to wear face coverings, draft guidance says
Students should be encouraged but not required to use face coverings when California schools reopen for classroom instruction, according to a draft of "interim guidance" from the state obtained by EdSource. Monday, 2:13 PM

Tri-Valley police prepare amid looting around Bay Area
Police agencies in the Tri-Valley braced for potential looting attempts in local communities amid similar cases around the Bay Area during the weekend. No incidents had occurred in the Tri-Valley as of late Sunday night. Sunday, 11:16 PM

Pleasanton Library kicks off virtual summer reading program
Pleasanton's Library and Recreation Department is kicking off its free Online Summer Reading Program this Saturday with the same annual goal of making it fun, engaging and accessible for all. Sunday, 7:20 PM

Court: Agencies can't charge public for cost of deleting confidential information from electronic records
The California Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that government agencies can't charge the public for the cost of deleting confidential information from electronic records, such as videos and emails, sought under the CPRA. Sunday, 7:21 PM

Sunflower Hill benefiting from upcoming fun run gone virtual
Sunflower Hill, a local nonprofit that supports adults with developmental disabilities, has been selected as the beneficiary of the fairgrounds' Sun's OUT Fun's OUT Virtual Fun Run this month. Friday, 4:16 PM

Pleasanton man killed in crash off cliff in Santa Clara County
A man who was found dead in a vehicle that went over a cliff northeast of Mount Hamilton on Tuesday afternoon has been identified by the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office as 60-year-old Pleasanton resident James Yacorzynski. Thursday, 3:53 PM | 3 comments

COVID-19 testing site at fairgrounds to remain open another week
The COVID-19 regional testing site for Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore residents at the Alameda County Fairgrounds will now remain open for another week, until June 5, a Pleasanton city spokeswoman confirmed late Thursday. Friday, 1:37 PM

Tri-Valley entrepreneur receives $100,000 deal on 'Shark Tank'
A Danville local dove into the "Shark Tank" last week, and came out with a $100,000 investment after a successful pitch on ABC's entrepreneurial reality show. Tuesday, 3:54 PM

 

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