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Pleasanton council supports plan for redesigning downtown parking lot
The Pleasanton City Council approved plans for redesigning and expanding the city's downtown parking lot on the old railroad... Last comment 15 minutes ago | 8 comments

Pleasanton Preps: District needs to fix funding system for school sports
I believe being involved with after-school activities (be it athletics or others) is every bit as important as anything in... Last comment 18 hours ago | 6 comments

Photos capture the beauty of Dublin
Pride in Dublin was shown in photos of its natural landscapes and wildlife that were entered into a new photography contest... Last comment 6 hours ago | 8 comments

Livermore airport welcomes national fly-in
The skies will brighten next weekend when the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association holds one of its 2019 national fly-ins... Last comment on Jun 17, 2019 at 9:14 pm | 1 comment

 
 
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"Antarctica"
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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Pleasanton's 'Queen of Horse Racing'
Simply put, Jeanne Wasserman is the "Queen of Horse Racing" in Pleasanton. The director of racing at the fairgrounds, Wasserman is a true success story of producing results and thriving in what is largely a male-dominated profession. Thursday, 12:28 PM | 1 comments

Editorial: Crucial time for downtowns across Tri-Valley
A downtown has an important and unique role in a community's economic and social development. Downtowns are historically the epicenter -- the heart -- of a community and the hub of commercial, cultural and civic activities. Thursday, 12:11 PM

Council supports plan for redesigning downtown lot
The Pleasanton City Council approved plans for redesigning and expanding the city's downtown parking lot on the old railroad corridor between Bernal Avenue and Abbie Street on Tuesday night. Wednesday, 3:48 PM | 8 comments

Pleasanton man sentenced to 25 years for international sexual abuse of teenager
A Pleasanton man was sentenced in federal court in Oakland on Tuesday to more than 25 years in prison for enticing a 14-year-old British girl online, traveling to the United Kingdom to meet her and sexually abusing her in 2014. Wednesday, 4:03 PM

Picks for today's races at the fair
Pleasanton Weekly sports columnist Dennis Miller offered the following picks for the June 20 slate of horse racing at the Alameda County Fair. Thursday, 9:47 AM

Library rebuild on track at Harvest Park
Work on rebuilding the fire-damaged library at Harvest Park Middle School is well underway and appears to be on track. Wednesday, 3:54 PM | 1 comments

Sister pop duo Aly & AJ among highlights of Alameda County Fair's second week
Alameda County Fair-goers looking for an infusion of '80s-inspired synth-pop are in luck because the sister pop duo Aly & AJ are coming to the fairgrounds on Saturday, promising to bring "wall-to-wall music" with them. Tuesday, 3:25 PM

PDA hires Cadrette as new executive director
The Pleasanton Downtown Association has announced a leadership change, with the Board of Directors appointing Tiffany Cadrette as the organization's new executive director, effective Aug. 5. Wednesday, 3:41 PM

New art exhibit features Bay Area parks
The Harrington Gallery opened a major exhibit last week, "Bay Area Parks: Outdoor Treasures," in partnership with the California Art Club San Francisco Chapter. Tuesday, 4:36 PM

Pleasanton Preps: District needs to fix funding system for school sports
I believe being involved with after-school activities (be it athletics or others) is every bit as important as anything in the classroom. Book-smarts need to be combined with social development to have the well-rounded young adult. Tuesday, 9:47 AM | 6 comments

Dublin High student lands prestigious NASA internship
Mihika Sharma, a hard-working Dublin High School student, will accelerate her space science learning this summer after being selected to take part in a prestigious NASA internship. Tuesday, 4:31 PM

 

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