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Old Stanley closed due to police activity
Pleasanton police have closed Old Stanley Boulevard between Main and First streets just outside downtown due to undisclosed... Last comment 15 hours ago | 33 comments

City Council reaffirms support of Owens Drive lane reduction
The Pleasanton City Council on Tuesday again declared its support for the one-lane configuration along a stretch of Owens... Last comment 8 hours ago | 37 comments

Yeah! Obama's "Common Core" Program is Officially Dead
In a big win for our children, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has officially declared Obama's disastrous Common Core education... Last comment 26 minutes ago | 11 comments

Pleasanton police remind residents of city marijuana rules
With recreational marijuana businesses allowed in California as of Jan. 1, the Pleasanton Police Department issued an advisory... Last comment on Jan 17, 2018 at 6:22 pm | 14 comments

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Teens arrested in home burglary that prompted Vintage Hills lockdown
Pleasanton police arrested three San Jose teens Thursday morning for allegedly breaking into a house near Vintage Hills Elementary School, with the campus being locked down for more than an hour while officers searched for the final suspect. Thursday, 9:17 PM | 14 comments

Pleasanton police arrest local man two days after standoff
Police officers detained a Pleasanton man on an arrest warrant on Thursday morning at the house where he had holed up and refused to surrender to police after fleeing a traffic stop two days earlier, according to a department spokeswoman. Thursday, 3:55 PM | 2 comments

Black and White in Black and White
The Museum on Main is shining a spotlight on race relations in America at the turn of the 20th century by hosting a traveling exhibit beginning next week, "Black and White in Black and White: Images of Dignity, Hope and Diversity in America." Thursday, 4:47 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Coach Sweeney getting well-deserved break after devoted career
When I talked with Foothill football coach Matt Sweeney shortly after he told his players he was stepping down after 31 years of coaching, my first thought was "good for you." Thursday, 4:11 PM

Highway 84 reopens after head-on collision
A serious head-on crash near Sunol caused emergency responders to close Highway 84 for two hours on Thursday, according to the California Highway Patrol. Thursday, 12:54 PM

County sheriff’s deputy formally charged with assault for inmate attack
An Alameda County sheriff's deputy was charged Thursday with assault by a public officer and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury for allegedly facilitating the an assault of an inmate at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin in October, prosecutors said. Thursday, 9:26 PM

Pleasanton Weekly Holiday Fund raises $70,000+
The Pleasanton Weekly's 2017 Holiday Fund campaign ended last Friday with 289 contributors donating $70,167, an amount that will be split among 12 beneficiaries. Wednesday, 2:40 PM

Around Pleasanton: New state housing requirements could affect Pleasanton
Housing -- and the need for more of it -- has become a top political and economic issue in California, and Pleasanton could be a target for state mandates once again. Wednesday, 2:23 PM | 4 comments

Council reaffirms support of Owens Drive lane reduction
The Pleasanton City Council on Tuesday again declared its support for the one-lane configuration along a stretch of Owens Drive near the eastern Dublin-Pleasanton BART station that has drawn the ire of some residents and commuters for more than a year. Tuesday, 11:45 PM | 37 comments

Foothill girls to play in fundraiser powderpuff game Monday
Around 50 girls are expected to converge on Foothill High School's football field Monday night to play a game for a cause. Wednesday, 2:42 PM

City releases online survey for Trails Master Plan update
City officials are looking for input from residents about the public trails system in Pleasanton via a brief online survey available through Monday. Wednesday, 2:37 PM


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