If it is local and useful, it is on en-us Copyright 2019 <![CDATA[Vintage Hills: Brazen burglary caught on camera leaves neighbors on edge]]> Pleasanton police are following up on leads after a pair of masked criminals kicked in the front door of a local family's Vintage Hills home during an early morning break-in last week. ]]> <![CDATA[Pace for Peace through wine country]]> Join Pace for Peace on Saturday, Oct. 5, for a 5K/10K walk or run through the scenic Livermore Valley wine country to benefit Tri-Valley Haven.]]> <![CDATA[Pleasanton Preps: Foothill forgoes freshman football season due to low participation]]> In what may turn out to be a very realistic preview of what the future holds, Foothill High School has dropped its freshman football team due to a lack of players.]]> <![CDATA[Dublin High School unveils new Wellness Center for students]]> A new Wellness Center that opened at Dublin High School last week gives students a place that they can turn to on campus when life becomes overwhelming, whether in or outside of the classroom.]]> <![CDATA[Pleasanton council set for hearing on ax lounge permit]]> The Pleasanton City Council is scheduled to host a public hearing Tuesday night on an ax-throwing lounge proposed to move in to a shopping center along Santa Rita Road.]]> <![CDATA[Pleasanton church honors first responders]]> Lighthouse Baptist Church in downtown Pleasanton held its annual First Responder Sunday on Aug. 18.]]> <![CDATA[New chapter for Stanford-ValleyCare's Urgent Care]]> Young patients at Stanford Health Care-Valley Care's Urgent Care may find their visits a little less stressful, thanks to Blake Kenney's Eagle Scout project.]]> <![CDATA[Everyone invited to interfaith picnic in Pleasanton]]> Interfaith Interconnect of the Tri-Valley will hold its seventh annual potluck picnic in recognition of International Peace Day, from 4-7 p.m. next Saturday (Sept. 21).]]> <![CDATA[Jack-knifed big-rig snarls morning commute through Pleasanton]]> All lanes of northbound Interstate 680 have reopened near Fremont after a collision between two big-rigs Monday morning led to a fuel leak of more than 3,800 gallons of gasoline.]]> <![CDATA[Popular Foothill High track coach becomes U.S. citizen after 16 years]]> A popular track coach at Foothill High School received a warm “welcome home” from the Pleasanton community when he was sworn in as a full-fledged U.S. citizen during a naturalization ceremony on campus Thursday.]]> <![CDATA[Amador alumnus rises to RoboSub semifinals in San Diego]]> Spending all summer in a pool doesn’t sound like hard work but a Pleasanton native who helped design, build and program an underwater robot for a recent robotics competition proved otherwise.
<![CDATA[Dublin historian to speak at Museum on Main]]> Museum on Main in downtown Pleasanton is hosting Dublin historian Steve Minniear in a discussion about his newest book, "Dublin, California: A Brief History," from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday.]]> <![CDATA[Pleasanton: 'Red, White and You Gala' to benefit troops]]> Dine and dance the night away with Pleasanton Military Families at this year's "Red, White and You Gala: An Evening Under the Stars," being held next Saturday (Sept. 21) at Barone's Restaurant.]]> <![CDATA[Staying Healthy: Drivers For Survivors]]> No cancer patient should have to worry about a ride to chemotherapy, believes Sherry Higgs, founder and executive director of Drivers For Survivors.]]> <![CDATA[Pleasanton: Decade later, South Korea man pleads guilty for role in $60M scam]]> A South Korean citizen who was extradited 10 years after being charged in a $60 million investment fraud based in Pleasanton is due to be sentenced in federal court in Oakland Nov. 19 for his role in the scam.]]> <![CDATA[Staying Healthy: A more inclusive cafeteria]]> The peanut butter and jelly sandwich is a longtime staple of lunch for the American elementary school student. But what has been a tasty school snack for one student can mean a death sentence for another.]]> <![CDATA[Commission supports new houses on Stanley, redesign of 7-Eleven/Shell on Hopyard]]> The Pleasanton Planning Commission recently gave its endorsement to a pair of small-scale development projects that are due to head to the City Council for consideration in the coming weeks.]]>