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Editorial: Vote Yes on Measure M, for students and schools
The $323 million bond measure for PUSD, on the March primary election ballot as local Measure M, is vital for the short-... Last comment 21 hours ago | 39 comments

Dublin voters poised to decide $290M bond
Dublin Unified School District voters will soon decide if another new bond measure is the key to helping fix continued overcrowding... Last comment on Jan 24, 2020 at 5:21 am | 4 comments

Hundreds attend 2020 Tri-Valley Women's March in downtown Pleasanton
On the centennial of women’s suffrage in the United States, hundreds of women’s rights advocates could be seen marching... Last comment on Jan 21, 2020 at 10:31 pm | 15 comments

Pleasanton: City Council still concerned about Senate Bill 50
The Pleasanton City Council had plenty to say Tuesday night about one of the most controversial housing legislation proposals... Last comment 9 hours ago | 10 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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Local attorney ID'd as victim in fiery fatal crash in Pleasanton
The Alameda County Coroner's Bureau on Monday confirmed the identity of the Pleasanton man killed in a fiery fatal crash at Hacienda Drive and West Las Positas Boulevard more than a week earlier as 58-year-old Joseph S. Freschi. Monday, 4:57 PM

Board to review plans for redesigning Donlon site as two schools
A design scheme for the new fourth/fifth grade school that's being planned on a portion of the Donlon Elementary site will be brought to the Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees for possible approval this week. Monday, 1:45 PM

Mardi Paws: Tickets available for Tri-Valley Animal Rescue fundraiser
Scheduled for Feb. 22, TVAR's "Mardi Paws 2020 Gala Fundraiser" will feature a jazzy New Orleans-themed event that is set to include passed champagne, appetizers, dinner, a fun Dessert Dash, and live and silent auctions at Castlewood. Monday, 1:08 PM

Former local U.S. Rep. Pete Stark dies
Tributes came in late Friday and on into Saturday to honor former East Bay congressman Pete Stark, who died Friday at his home in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. He was 88. Sunday, 2:22 PM

Plant a water-wise garden from Zone 7
Brighten your yard this spring with one of several garden kits available from Zone 7 Water Agency's Garden by Number Rebate program, which offers “a simple and cost-effective approach to water-wise gardening." Monday, 1:48 PM

Best-selling author challenges overparenting for upcoming Parenting Forum
Lythcott-Haims's philosophy will be explored deeply in her keynote speech for the upcoming fourth annual Community Education Series Parenting Forum on Feb. 1 at Amador Valley High School. Sunday, 2:22 PM

Livermore: Man charged with attempting to murder two police officers
A man with a previous conviction for resisting arrest was charged with three counts of attempted murder on Friday for allegedly trying to strike two police officers and another man in Livermore early Wednesday morning. Sunday, 2:51 PM

Valley Views: Staying Healthy -- and cheating death
I have been blessed with good health and found that working in Pleasanton helped me keep in shape. Nonetheless a flaw in my heart caught up with me when I was driving home to Walnut Creek from work one August evening in 2013... Sunday, 2:22 PM | 1 comments

Two ex-deputies admit mistreating inmates at Santa Rita Jail
Two former Alameda County sheriff's deputies have pleaded no contest to assault under the color of authority for allowing an inmate to throw feces and urine at another inmate in a maximum security unit at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. Sunday, 2:57 PM

Nominate your favorite coach for TV30 award
"Did you have a coach this academic year that made a difference in your sports training and will also have a positive impact on you the rest of your life?" Sunday, 2:58 PM

LVJUSD hosting meetings to help families with registration process
The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District is hosting several community meetings during January to help families during the open registration and transfer period through March 1. Sunday, 2:59 PM

Editorial: Vote Yes on Measure M, for students and schools
The $323 million bond measure for PUSD, on the March primary election ballot as local Measure M, is vital for the short- and long-term future of district facilities -- and by direct extension, the success of Pleasanton's students. Thursday, 5:04 PM | 39 comments

Pleasanton: Red Cross grappling with blood shortage after holiday lull
With the holiday season resulting in a sharp decrease in blood donation drives, the Red Cross is in desperate need of blood donors, and Tri-Valley residents are encouraged to help save a life at the Pleasanton Blood Donation Center. Friday, 1:16 PM

Discover Diablo -- a free hikes program
Check out this year's Discover Diablo, a public hike series by Save Mount Diablo that offers guided interpretive family walks, hikes and property tours open to everyone looking to get out in nature. Thursday, 9:54 PM

City Council still concerned about SB 50
The Pleasanton City Council had plenty to say Tuesday night about one of the most controversial housing legislation proposals under consideration this year in Sacramento, Senate Bill 50. Wednesday, 5:23 PM | 10 comments

 

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