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'Mask up, Pleasanton' -- City Council video urges face coverings amid COVID-19
Pleasanton city officials are urging residents to wear face masks in public after a week of halted reopenings and an increase... Last comment 11 hours ago | 22 comments

Bay Area victims' attorney seeks to oust legendary Pleasanton swim coach
An attorney representing several sexual abuse victims in a lawsuit has demanded the removal of Pleasanton Seahawks coach... Last comment 1 hour ago | 24 comments

Livermore man's drunk-driving murder convictions overturned on appeal
A Livermore man sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for killing a woman and her child in a drunk-driving... Last comment on Jul 7, 2020 at 9:23 pm | 1 comment

Editorial: No trust in trustees, no unity in Dublin Unified
Unfortunately, with the current board -- which can graciously be described as a dysfunctional train wreck -- it will be extraordinarily... Last comment on Jul 6, 2020 at 11:15 am | 23 comments

 
 
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Zoomers to Boomers helps at-risk folks stay safe
Some teens who want to help are grocery shopping for at-risk seniors and others who are advised to stay home to avoid the coronavirus. Thursday, 3:30 PM

Valley Views: Pleasanton cafe owner keeps smiling despite her loss
One month after her husband died, Theary Chem is carrying on the family business, Bagel Café on Main Street near Stanley. I heard about how much people enjoyed visiting the place -- for the fresh food but also for interactions... Thursday, 10:53 AM | 1 comments

Supply limits prompt DSRSD to revise recycled water policy
With wastewater being reused for irrigation during the hot summer months, the Dublin San Ramon Services District Board of Directors revised its recycled water policy to address supply limits at its July 7 meeting. Thursday, 10:10 PM

Livermore adjusts weekend street closures downtown for outdoor dining, retail
The city of Livermore will be closing parts of First Street and K Street this weekend, July 11 and 12, to expand the outdoor dining area in downtown.
Thursday, 5:34 PM

Bay Area victims' attorney seeks to oust legendary Pleasanton swim coach
An attorney representing several sexual abuse victims in a lawsuit has demanded the removal of Pleasanton Seahawks coach Steve Morsilli from USA Swimming for allegedly failing to report abuse complaints made against another coach. Wednesday, 8:40 AM | 24 comments

Livermore Police Chief Harris is retiring next month
After a career spanning 30 years in law enforcement, Livermore Police Chief Michael Harris announced on Wednesday that he plans to retire next month. Wednesday, 1:18 PM | 1 comments

'Mask up, Pleasanton' -- City Council video urges face coverings amid COVID-19
Pleasanton city officials are urging residents to wear face masks in public after a week of halted reopenings and an increase of COVID-19 cases locally and countywide. Thursday, 6:13 PM | 22 comments

Sheriff releases case update, identifies suspect in fatal shooting of Danville doctor
An Oroville man fatally shot a Danville doctor who was four-wheeling with his son not long after shooting two strangers nearby in "a random act of violence"during the holiday weekend, a NorCal sheriff said in a case update this week Wednesday, 10:10 PM

Dublin school board appoints Daniel Moirao as acting superintendent
Dublin Unified approved the contract for new acting superintendent Dr. Daniel Moirao in a unanimous vote Tuesday evening. Wednesday, 4:04 PM

Police arrest ex-president of Livermore Little League for embezzlement
A former president of Livermore Little League has been arrested on suspicion of embezzling more than $22,000 from the youth league's coffers, according to Livermore police. Wednesday, 10:01 AM | 1 comments

Critter Camp searching for virtual campers
Valley Humane Society's Critter Camp, a children's educational program focused on working with animals, is now virtual and looking for campers. For the first time, there are no locational bounds for whom can attend Critter Camp.
Thursday, 5:26 PM

Livermore Lab Director Bill Goldstein announces retirement
Bill Goldstein announced Tuesday that he will be retiring as the director of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and president of Lawrence Livermore National Security, effective upon the selection of a successor. Tuesday, 3:07 PM

Pleasanton Preps: High school football leaders reflect on uncertainty of 2020 season
After talking with football players from Amador and Foothill, it was impressive to see the way the students are handling the uncertainty. Jayden Payne at Foothill and Josh Heverly at Amador are seniors at their respective teams... Tuesday, 1:03 PM

Livermore man's drunk-driving murder convictions overturned on appeal
A Livermore man sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for killing a woman and her child in a drunk-driving crash five years ago recently won an appeal of his convictions due to an improper juror dismissal. Monday, 11:40 PM | 1 comments

 

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