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Local food truck forced to move from longtime spot, relocates across street
A food truck that has operated on Vineyard Avenue since the 1990s was recently forced to relocate -- albeit not far from... Last comment on Jul 21, 2017 at 2:43 pm | 27 comments

Junipero-Independence traffic calming draft plan set for community review Monday
Pleasanton city officials are scheduled to hold a community meeting Monday evening to receive public input on the draft calming... Last comment 21 hours ago | 13 comments

San Ramon Valley's I-680 express lanes set to open in early fall
Express lanes on the Interstate 680 just north of Pleasanton are nearing completion, scheduled to open in early fall, though... Last comment on Jul 18, 2017 at 8:21 pm | 10 comments

City Council approves Alviso Adobe Community Park Implementation Plan
The Pleasanton City Council unanimously endorsed the Alviso Adobe Community Park Implementation Plan on Tuesday night, outlining... Last comment on Jul 19, 2017 at 7:10 pm | 3 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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Man suspected of stealing high-end bicycle from Pleasanton store
Pleasanton police on Friday released photos of a man who allegedly stole a bicycle worth $8,400 from a shop in town last month. Friday, 3:38 PM | 4 comments

Farmers' Market: Fresh food, family, friends and fun
On a Saturday morning in downtown Pleasanton, West Angela Street is often filled with the musical stylings of local singers, scattered exclamations of "It's so nice to see you!" as old friends reunite and most importantly, the smells, colors and flavors of the freshest produce and artisanal goods that the Bay Area has to offer. Thursday, 1:14 PM

Zone 7 board elects new president, vice president
The Zone 7 Water Agency board of directors on Wednesday elected a new president and vice president for fiscal year 2017-18. Friday, 5:34 PM

Amador grad is Next Generation jazz man
Solomon Alber, 18, is looking forward to a jazzy life. The tenor saxophonist was one of 20 teens nationwide chosen by Monterey Jazz Festival for its 2017 Next Generation Jazz Orchestra, which toured New York and Canada in late June and will perform in the 60th annual Monterey Jazz Festival on Sept. 17. Thursday, 9:50 PM

Editorial: Fair attracts nearly half-a-million to Pleasanton
Despite an opening week with record-high temperatures, the Alameda County Fair closed out its extended 20-day run July 9 with total attendance of 463,783, a five-year high though still short of the record-setting 534,577 who squeezed through the gates in 2012. Thursday, 1:26 PM | 1 comments

Pleasanton company acquired by equity firm
Private equity firm Huron Capital announced Tuesday that its Bay Area company Sciens Building Solutions has acquired Pleasanton-based Sabah International Inc. Wednesday, 1:15 PM

'Classical Broadway' at the Firehouse
Baritone Hadleigh Adams, an opera star with a passion for musical theater, celebrates the songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Stephen Sondheim and more at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Firehouse Arts Center. Thursday, 1:21 PM

Commemorating 60 years
Zone 7 Water Agency has produced a free 18-month calendar to commemorate their 60th anniversary while also promoting water awareness. Friday, 5:34 PM

Junipero-Independence traffic calming draft plan set for community review Monday
Pleasanton city officials are scheduled to hold a community meeting Monday evening to receive public input on the draft calming program for Junipero Street and Independence Drive. Wednesday, 3:13 PM | 13 comments

Local food truck forced to move from longtime spot, relocates across street
A food truck that has operated on Vineyard Avenue since the 1990s was recently forced to relocate -- albeit not far from its original location -- after Pleasanton city officials determined the business was creating traffic problems. Tuesday, 6:03 PM | 27 comments

City Council approves Alviso Adobe Community Park Implementation Plan
The Pleasanton City Council unanimously endorsed the Alviso Adobe Community Park Implementation Plan on Tuesday night, outlining a series of efforts designed to increase interest in and usage of the historic city park on Old Foothill Road. Tuesday, 10:55 PM | 3 comments

County board expands program for mentally ill on the streets
The Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 last week to expand to fully implement a pilot program that allows for the involuntary treatment of mentally ill people who aren't receiving mental health services. Wednesday, 2:46 PM

 

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A different perspective on Spotorno Ranch development
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