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Election 2020: Candidate list for March primary nearly solidified
The primary election candidate list is becoming clearer, as the initial nomination deadline passed Friday afternoon to qualify... Last comment on Dec 11, 2019 at 11:49 am | 2 comments

City Council postpones East Pleasanton Specific Plan debate
The Pleasanton City Council delayed further discussion about the project approach and scope of work for the new East Pleasanton... Last comment on Dec 8, 2019 at 10:39 pm | 38 comments

Steinle case: SF prosecutors drop conviction for defendant in lieu of federal charges
A San Francisco judge on Wednesday agreed to discharge a state gun conviction from two years ago for Jose Ines Garcia Zarate... Last comment 16 hours ago | 22 comments

Pleasanton holiday parade canceled due to weather
Pleasanton city officials were forced to cancel Saturday's Hometown Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony because of... Last comment on Dec 9, 2019 at 4:09 pm | 7 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


Around Pleasanton: PPIE for schools, CityServe for homeless benefit from Holiday Fund
This banner hanging over Main Street this week says it all: Contribute to the 2019 Pleasanton Weekly Holiday Fund. Donations are especially important this year to help nonprofits that are focused on Tri-Valley schools and homelessness. Thursday, 11:04 AM

Alameda County sheriff's deputy charged with misdemeanor child molestation
An Alameda County sheriff's deputy has been charged with misdemeanor child molesting for allegedly sending sexual text messages to a 15-year-old girl and inappropriately touching her, according to court documents. Thursday, 11:23 AM

PUSD board reviews redesign plans for crowded Bernal intersection
For its final regular meeting of 2019, the Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees covered plenty of ground on Tuesday night, including reviewing new design concepts for upgrades to a key Bernal Avenue intersection. Wednesday, 11:02 AM | 7 comments

Sandia Labs hires new director
Sandia National Laboratories has selected James S. Peery, Ph.D., as the new director of the country's largest national laboratory, which includes its facility in Livermore. Wednesday, 3:02 PM

Holiday shows: 'Frozen Jr.' opening at Amador Theater, Mostly Kosher performing at Bankhead
Holiday-themed performances abound in the Tri-Valley. Check out the variety on the schedule at local theaters and show venues in the coming days. Wednesday, 11:06 AM

Stay green this holiday season with these eco-friendly tips
New year's resolutions are a month away but getting a jump start on making a healthier planet is never a bad idea. These sustainable holiday tips will help you have a festive and environmentally-friendly season, every year. Wednesday, 2:56 PM

Advocates call for community solution to homelessness in the Tri-Valley
Just a tiny fraction of Alameda County's homeless live in the Tri-Valley but local communities face unique challenges serving their needs, according to experts and advocates that spoke during a panel on homelessness last Thursday. Tuesday, 2:28 PM

Election 2020: Candidate list for March primary nearly solidified
The primary election candidate list is becoming clearer, as the initial nomination deadline passed Friday afternoon to qualify for the March 2020 ballot. Monday, 3:03 PM | 2 comments

Dublin: Auto repair shop among those fined for hazmat disposal violations
A Texas-based company operating a chain of auto body repair shops in California has agreed to pay $2.35 million settlement with 11 counties for improper disposal of hazardous waste and other violations, including at its shop in Dublin. Tuesday, 11:20 AM

Pleasanton native presenting 'A New Orleans Christmas' at Firehouse
Pleasanton native Jeff Bordes and some of his most talented musical friends will present "A Jazzy New Orleans Christmas" this weekend at the Firehouse Arts Center. Tuesday, 3:21 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Sports offers youth lessons -- be sure to teach them
Athletics make a student well-rounded. It's a fact whether you appreciate sports or not, and it's for all the above-mentioned reasons. Tuesday, 11:42 AM

Library unveils new web-based catalog
The Pleasanton Public Library has launched a new web-based catalog designed to help users more easily browse the library's collection with enhanced search functionality, as well as better manage their library accounts online. Tuesday, 4:28 PM

City reschedules holiday tree-lighting for Friday evening
Pleasanton city officials announced Monday that the holiday tree-lighting has been rescheduled for Friday evening in downtown after the weather cancellation last weekend. Monday, 4:54 PM

Editorial: Did a bunny book really lead to Dublin superintendent's ouster?
It's difficult to believe that it took that long to find three documents. It's easier to believe it took that long to figure out how to hide a multitude of other documents via one of the plethora of exceptions to disclosure ... Friday, 12:45 PM | 2 comments


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