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PUSD planning pilot program to reopen schools for students with specific needs
Pleasanton Unified School District is planning a small cohort supervision pilot program for priority groups of students,... Last comment 53 minutes ago | 2 comments

COVID-19: Alameda County upgraded to red tier under state blueprint
Alameda County advanced out of the purple tier and into the red tier in the state's COVID-19 blueprint on Tuesday, but county... Last comment on Sep 23, 2020 at 2:16 pm | 4 comments

Gov. Newsom signs executive order phasing out sale of gas-powered passenger cars by 2035
Citing the threat of vehicle emissions spurring climate change-induced crises on the West Coast, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed... Last comment 14 hours ago | 7 comments

Editorial: Vote Pentin for Pleasanton mayor, Allen and Balch for City Council
In our view, the candidates who best embody those vital characteristics and are the right community leaders for the terms... Last comment 3 hours ago | 18 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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Pleasanton Preps: Amador alum Breed recounts marathon swim from Santa Cruz to Monterey
Talk to former Amador Valley High and UC Berkeley swimmer Catherine Breed about her open water, marathon swims and she will tell you three or four times, "I'm not crazy, honestly." Tuesday, 12:28 PM

Valley Link receives $400 million in Measure BB funds
The Valley Link rail project now has nearly a third of funds needed to build out the planned regional transit system, after the Alameda County Transportation Commission agreed to reallocate $400 million in Measure BB funding. Monday, 10:39 PM

Tri-Valley Haven holding Virtual Pace for Peace in October
Tri-Valley Haven is holding a Virtual Pace for Peace from Oct. 17-31, for supporters to walk or run 5K or 10K in support of local survivors of domestic violence. Monday, 10:43 PM

LAVTA to resume Wheels bus fare collection later this week
The Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority (LAVTA) will resume collecting fares for all Wheels, Rapid and Dial-a-Ride paratransit services, starting on Thursday (Oct. 1). Monday, 10:44 PM

Pleasanton: Wholesale food supplier sets up community fridges and more in new giving campaign
As restaurants struggle to adapt and observe pandemic protocols, one Bay Area food supplier has emerged as an app with a conscience. Cheetah is a wholesale food supplier with a warehouse in Pleasanton... Monday, 10:43 PM

Dublin: Councilman Arun Goel makes a run for mayor's seat
After four years on the dais, Dublin City Councilman Arun Goel is looking to be promoted as the city's next mayor in the Nov. 3 mayoral election. Tuesday, 8:36 AM

Human Services Commissioner Shawn Costello campaigning again for Dublin City Council
Dublin Human Services Commissioner Shawn Costello is taking another shot at leadership, competing in the City Council election on Nov. 3, just two years after a 15th consecutive attempt. Tuesday, 8:31 AM

PUSD planning pilot program to reopen schools for students with specific needs
Pleasanton Unified School District is planning a small cohort supervision pilot program for priority groups of students, tentatively scheduled to launch in mid-October Sunday, 12:17 PM | 2 comments

Nail salons cleared to resume operations indoors in Alameda County
Nail salons, many faced with going out of business because of the inability to open regularly under health rules, can open in Alameda County for indoor operations, public health officials said Friday. Sunday, 10:26 AM

Pleasanton school board candidates debate
The candidates vying for PUSD Board of Trustees detailed their plans for leading local schools through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, managing district finances and addressing other relevant issues during an online forum Monday. Wednesday, 4:23 PM | 5 comments

Virtual groundbreaking planned for new Emerald High School
Dublin Unified School District is set to commemorate the start of construction on the future Emerald High School with a virtual groundbreaking ceremony this Wednesday. Sunday, 12:21 PM

First of three O'Neill plays premieres next weekend
Bitter, haunted, meticulous, courageous, inscrutable, contrarian. These words were used by cast members of Eugene O'Neill's early one-act plays when asked to sum up their characters in a single word... Sunday, 12:21 PM

Community advocate, parent Asa Strout seeks seat on Livermore school board
Livermore native and parent Asa Strout is prioritizing improved communication and collaboration between the community and the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District in his bid for school board this fall. Sunday, 4:47 PM | 1 comments

Parent, former teacher Yanira Guzmán running for LVJUSD board
Former Tri-Valley teacher and parent volunteer Yanira Guzmán is looking to achieve a variety of education priorities while also enhancing community representation on the Livermore school board this fall. Sunday, 6:57 PM

Meet the 2020 Readers' Choice Hall of Fame
We will forego this year's Readers' Choice contest due to COVID, but we're going to recognize our 2020 Hall of Fame honorees. The Hall of Fame is comprised of Readers' Choice winners who have won their category five consecutive times. Thursday, 3:56 PM

Concerns, opposition mount over North Livermore Valley solar projects
Livermore residents and others are raising concerns and opposition to two solar projects in the planning stages north of the city. Thursday, 3:29 PM

SRVUSD Board of Education candidates debate ahead of Nov. 3 election
Candidates for the SRVUSD squared off during an online election forum Wednesday evening, taking time to debate over the policies and practices they believe will best serve district students. Friday, 5:15 PM

Editorial: Vote Pentin for Pleasanton mayor, Allen and Balch for City Council
In our view, the candidates who best embody those vital characteristics and are the right community leaders for the terms ahead are Jerry Pentin for mayor, and Nancy Allen and Jack Balch for council. Thursday, 4:04 PM | 18 comments

12-year-old killed in crash on I-580 in Livermore
A boy that died in a collision Monday in Livermore was identified by the Alameda County coroner's bureau as Carlos Alberto Garcia of Manteca in San Joaquin County. Wednesday, 4:03 PM

 

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