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Pleasanton hair salon protests to reopen
Workers from a Pleasanton hair salon were among a small group of hair stylists and salon owners who protested to reopen their... Last comment 2 hours ago | 11 comments

Mountains, markets and new friends
When the Frey family left Pleasanton for two years of teaching and attending school in Kazakhstan, they didn't know they... Last comment on Jul 31, 2020 at 3:24 pm | 3 comments

Menlo Park names interim police chief: David Spiller, retired Pleasanton PD chief
Former Pleasanton police chief David Spiller will come out of retirement to take over as Menlo Park interim chief Friday.... Last comment 5 hours ago | 22 comments

Face mask incident involving campaigners causes stir at farmers' market
People campaigning for a local congressional candidate caused a stir by not wearing face masks at the Pleasanton Farmers'... Last comment on Aug 3, 2020 at 3:45 pm | 32 comments

 
 
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Pleasanton PD promotes three new supervisors
The Pleasanton Police Department recently elevated three employees in its latest round of promotions from among the ranks of its sworn police force. Tuesday, 4:32 PM

Livermore sets community workshop on East Avenue safety improvements next week
The city of Livermore is hosting its first virtual workshop to receive community input on the East Avenue Corridor Study via Zoom at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 12. Tuesday, 1:56 PM

Pleasanton city staff advocate more capital improvement projects
The Pleasanton City Council will hold public hearings on three different matters of interest during their virtual meeting on Tuesday night, starting 7 p.m. Monday, 1:22 PM

Livermore: Police seek public's help to identify four subjects in suspicious death investigation
Police are continuing to investigate the suspicious death of a Livermore man whose body was found in a local hotel room in May, and they released new photographs on Monday of four people they want to identify in the unsolved case. Monday, 5:38 PM

Foothill teams up with LPFD for documentary about prescription drug safety
Responding to a rise in opioid deaths and overdoses among young adults over the past several years, the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department and several local organizations have banded together to create "Teenage Rx" about drug abuse. Monday, 9:54 PM | 1 comments

ACSO: Woman charged with murder 32 years after newborn found dead in bag
A 52-year-old woman is in custody and has been charged with murder for allegedly killing her newborn boy and leaving him in a bag in Castro Valley more than 30 years ago, Alameda County sheriff's officials said Monday. Monday, 6:13 PM

Virtual Tri-Valley Career Fair explores industry insights this week
The Tri-Valley Career Fair, a student-created event, is now welcoming high-schoolers to learn about career paths this week. Monday, 6:21 PM

Candidate lists for local elections start to shape up
The candidate lists for local elections in the Tri-Valley are beginning to come into view with one week left before the candidacy nomination deadline, including crowded contests developing for Pleasanton city and school ballots. Monday, 10:32 AM

Patient criteria change for COVID-19 regional testing site at fairgrounds
The COVID-19 regional testing site at the Alameda County Fairgrounds will be introducing new criteria to determine residents eligible to receive the assessment, effective Monday morning. Tuesday, 3:21 PM | 2 comments

County supervisors send new sales tax proposal to November ballot
Alameda County residents will decide in November whether they want to pay an additional half-cent on top of the current 9.25% sales tax in the county. Sunday, 8:08 PM | 5 comments

Pleasanton hair stylists protest to reopen
Workers from a Pleasanton hair salon were among a small group of hair stylists and salon owners who protested to reopen their businesses at the Alameda County Public Health Department in Oakland last week. Thursday, 5:07 PM | 11 comments

Dublin: Applicants sought for unscheduled Planning Commission vacancy
The Dublin Planning Commission has an unscheduled vacancy after Planning Commissioner Scott Mittan resigned last month, and is seeking a replacement with a term expiring in December 2022. Sunday, 5:30 PM

Prosecutors: Alameda County sheriff's technician smuggled meth to jail inmate
An Alameda County Sheriff's Office technician was charged this week with multiple felony counts for allegedly smuggling methamphetamine and a cellphone to an inmate currently in Santa Rita Jail in Dublin for a murder case. Friday, 2:32 PM

Living abroad: Mountains, markets and new friends
When the Frey family left Pleasanton for two years of teaching and attending school in Kazakhstan, they didn't know they would have to factor in a coronavirus... Thursday, 2:59 PM | 3 comments

Former Pleasanton police chief Spiller named interim in Menlo Park
Former Pleasanton police chief David Spiller will come out of retirement to take over as Menlo Park interim chief Friday. He replaces Chief Dave Bertini who announced his resignation in the middle of a council meeting on police reform. Thursday, 12:02 PM | 22 comments

Take Us Along (home edition)
This summer amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Weekly invites you to pose with your newspaper at home, around town or if you take a day trip. Here's the collection we got this month... Thursday, 4:36 PM

 

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