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Guest Opinion: More housing without additional schools is not 'planned progress'
There is significantly more housing development in Pleasanton's future with a lack of infrastructure to support it. We will... Last comment 9 hours ago | 33 comments

Zone 7 Water ready to spend $55M on unneeded Ozone plant -- your water bill is going up again!
The meeting is October 18 at the Zone 7 Office, 7 PM. 100 N Canyons Pkwy, Livermore, CA 94551, USA Let all your friends... Last comment 14 hours ago | 7 comments

Around Pleasanton: 10th-year tribute to Laurel Williams set for next Friday
It has been 10 years since Laurel Williams was killed in a horrific car crash on Foothill Road, and her mother Kathy Pace-Williams... Last comment 4 hours ago | 3 comments

Planning Commission endorses city's Johnson Drive EDZ proposal
The Planning Commission gave its support Wednesday to the city's proposal aimed at creating Pleasanton's newest commercial... Last comment on Oct 13, 2017 at 4:59 pm | 2 comments

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On a cruise ship in Antarctica. Left to right: Bruce and Barbara McLeod, Bev and Dave Naegle, Susan and Scott Nelson. Yes, it's cold there, even in their "summer". Submitted by Barbara McLeod (sent from account of Scott an on Feb 23, 2017

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Zone 7 board to discuss ozone filtration projects, new water rates
The Zone 7 board is set to consider moving forward with new ozonation projects and approving water rates for calendar year 2018 during its public meeting Wednesday night. Tuesday, 6:19 PM

Dublin grass fire causes brief evacuations
Mandatory evacuations have been lifted for a two-alarm vegetation fire that has burned roughly 116 acres of grassy hills in the Dublin area Tuesday afternoon stood 75% contained as of the last report from fire officials Tuesday night. Tuesday, 9:55 PM | 4 comments

Services set for Dr. Bill James, former PUSD superintendent
A memorial service for Dr. Bill James, former long-serving superintendent of Pleasanton schools who died earlier this month, will be held from 3-5 p.m. Nov. 5 in the Palm Pavilion at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton. Tuesday, 2:38 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Foothill girls star at Modesto water polo tournament
The Foothill High School girls water polo team competed in the Western States Tournament last weekend in Modesto, finishing with a 4-1 mark. Tuesday, 10:18 AM

The Hanger: PUSD program honored with Dreammakers and Risktakers award
The school board last week took time to recognize the Hanger, a PUSD program that just earned a Dreammakers and Risktakers award from Innovation Tri-Valley. Tuesday, 3:27 PM

Pleasanton council to consider approving raises for city management, police union
The Pleasanton City Council is set to discuss signing off on compensation increases and benefits changes for city management employees -- with some of the adjustments similar to key provisions of a new contract with the police union also scheduled for final approval Tuesday. Monday, 1:54 PM

Local responders supporting fight against North Bay fires
Officers from the Pleasanton Police Department are among the many out-of-area first responders supporting the communities affected by the fires that have ravaged the North Bay since last week. Tuesday, 11:56 AM

Helping horses: Feedbags sewn into shopping totes
"Love is in the bag," says Pleasanton resident Gretchen Kyle -- love for horses and everyone who has come forward to help with her project. Monday, 10:57 AM

Halloween Scavenger Hunt set in downtown
Downtown Pleasanton is hosting a scavenger hunt for all the little ghouls, witches, princesses and superheroes this weekend in honor of Halloween. Monday, 1:55 PM

Around Pleasanton: 10th-year tribute to Laurel Williams set for Friday
It has been 10 years since Laurel Williams was killed in a horrific car crash on Foothill Road, and her mother Kathy Pace-Williams hopes friends and family will join her next Friday, Oct. 20, for one last public tribute to her "fallen angel." Sunday, 9:25 AM | 3 comments

Tri-Valley Haven: 40 years on the front lines of crisis
Now celebrating its 40th year, Tri-Valley Haven offers a multitude of services, including a 24-hour crisis line, individual and group counseling sessions, two shelters, a food pantry serving 1,700 families experiencing poverty, a thrift store, and programs at nearby jails and at local middle and high schools. Thursday, 11:52 AM

Veteran leader Doug Miller receives 2017 Mayor's Award
Doug Miller, a retired Army major and leader in the veteran community, has been honored as the recipient of this year's Pleasanton Mayor's Award. Sunday, 9:24 AM


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