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Passing on the memories
Selling the old family home is hard -- especially when it is a stunning Victorian on Second Street in Pleasanton -- but it... Last comment on Nov 24, 2020 at 12:41 pm | 1 comment

Castlewood rebrands as The Club at Castlewood ahead of extensive remodel
Pleasanton's historic Castlewood Country Club now has a new name to herald its $16 million remodeling and upgrading project... Last comment on Nov 24, 2020 at 9:58 am | 1 comment

Officials: Keep holiday get-togethers small, short, stable and safe
While Thanksgiving is typically a time for family and friends to come together and enjoy each other's company, Bay Area health... Last comment on Nov 18, 2020 at 1:40 pm | 2 comments

Governor implements nightly curfew for non-essential activities in Alameda County
The order is for counties in the purple or most-restrictive tier, including Alameda County, in the state's Blueprint for... Last comment on Nov 24, 2020 at 10:55 am | 9 comments

 
 
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"Chamber of Commerce trip"
Mark and Ann Fischer, Stu and Cheryl Craig, Cindy and Jerry Sobrero, Cyril Bonanno, Tina Nomura, Julie Mannes, Steve Fineran in Spain during a Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce trip to Costa del Sol Spain. Fun! Submitted by Cindy Sobrero on Nov 21, 2017

 
 
 
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Thorne presents his final Mayor's Award; leaders praise city's outgoing mayor
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne handed out the final Mayor's Award of his four-term tenure during a virtual ceremony that also included Thorne's peers offering special recognition to the city's outgoing mayor. Tuesday, 4:45 PM | 1 comments

COVID-19 case rate continuing to rise in Alameda County
While Alameda County's rate of new coronavirus cases continues to rise, the county is not seeing the same level of hospitalizations as it did earlier this year, the county's health officer said Tuesday. Tuesday, 9:18 PM

Livermore subcommittee, working group aim to foster equity and inclusion
The Livermore City Council is working to integrate equity and inclusion into the fabric of the community through its newly formed subcommittee and subsequent working group. Tuesday, 9:21 PM | 6 comments

Foothill student is first female Eagle Scout in Tri-Valley
Lauren Swenson-Lennox of Pleasanton has become the Tri-Valley's first female Eagle Scout, completing her Board of Review on Oct. 30. She is a founding member of Troop 998G formed in February 2019. Tuesday, 9:20 PM

BART board OKs incentivizing early retirements to address budget woes
The BART Board of Directors voted Thursday to forge ahead with an incentivized retirement program intended to help mend the agency's ailing financial outlook due to the coronavirus pandemic. Tuesday, 4:11 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Decision to postpone high school sports again makes me 'as mad as hell'
With high school sports, at least the kids had Dec. 7 as the carrot to point their hopes toward. Now that is gone and who knows when they will have another hope to cling to, if one even arises. So, where do we direct our anger? Tuesday, 4:53 PM | 1 comments

Christmas Toy Drive benefits PUSD families struggling during pandemic
Community members and local service organizations are partnering to collect and donate holiday gifts to more than 900 students in Pleasanton Unified School District during the Pleasanton Christmas Toy Drive, which runs through Dec. 11. Wednesday, 4:58 PM

Castlewood rebrands as The Club at Castlewood ahead of extensive remodel
Pleasanton's historic Castlewood Country Club now has a new name to herald its $16 million remodeling and upgrading project that will launch next spring. It is now called The Club at Castlewood. Monday, 4:35 PM | 1 comments

PG&E announces Patti Poppe as next CEO
PG&E Corp. announced last week that Patricia "Patti" Poppe has been appointed as the utility's new chief executive officer. Tuesday, 9:25 PM

Livermore PD responds to death in public; body found at Las Positas
The Livermore Police Department is investigating after a local man was found dead on the property of Las Positas College on Friday in an apparent suicide in public. Monday, 12:23 PM

Leaders look to local solutions for Pleasanton's Climate Action Plan 2.0
Pleasanton's long-term outlook for addressing climate change could entail local solutions such as the city producing its own renewable energy and investing in green infrastructure, according to local leaders and environmental activists Monday, 5:46 PM | 2 comments

CSU faculty, administrators at odds over ethnic studies requirement
California State University took another step last Tuesday toward requiring students to take an ethnic studies class as part of their lower-division coursework, a move that would also have significant implications for the state's... Tuesday, 4:11 PM

Dublin again ranks as best conditioned roads in entire Bay Area
The average overall state of the Bay Area's local roadways has held steady over the past five years and is described as "fair" in a report released Thursday by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. Monday, 2:13 PM | 1 comments

Passing on the memories
Selling the old family home is hard -- especially when it is a stunning Victorian on Second Street in Pleasanton -- but it helps when the buyer is the young family across the street... Monday, 8:48 PM | 1 comments

Local J. Rockcliff acquired by Silicon Valley brokerage Sereno
J. Rockcliff Realtors, with offices in Pleasanton, Danville and a number of other East Bay communities, was recently acquired by Sereno Group. Monday, 2:17 PM

Livermore work crew triumphs in quest to find wedding ring
A Livermore woman who accidentally flushed her wedding ring down the toilet thought her chances of ever seeing it again had also gone down the drain, but with a lot of luck and hard work on behalf of the Public Works Department ... Sunday, 5:25 PM

Police: Playgrounds set on fire at two Pleasanton parks
Playground equipment at two Pleasanton parks were set on fire in a pair of apparent arson incidents this month, police said on Friday. Sunday, 5:26 PM

Livermore: Defendant in cold-case sexual assaults dies from self-inflicted injuries
A Livermore man facing charges for two cold-case sexual assaults in the East Bay died Thursday from injuries sustained in a suicide attempt that occurred one week earlier in the hours after the crimes' survivors testified against him. Sunday, 5:26 PM | 1 comments

Governor implements nightly curfew for non-essential activities in Alameda County
The order is for counties in the purple or most-restrictive tier, including Alameda County, in the state's Blueprint for a Safer Economy plan and will order all non-essential work and gatherings to stop from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Thursday, 9:34 PM | 9 comments

 

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