Fifteen local nonprofits will benefit from this year's Pleasanton Weekly Holiday Fund -- up three from a year ago. Yet contributions are falling behind.December 23, 2018 | No comments yet
The Tri-Valley community continues to mourn the death of Ben Curry, who drowned during PE class at San Ramon Valley High School in Danville on May 8. Curry's family and friends -- and the entire community -- are demanding answers they are owed.November 28, 2018 | 5 comments
Quality of life in a community like Pleasanton is closely tied to the local economy, which goes hand in hand with the health of the small businesses in our community.November 22, 2018 | No comments yet
The Tri-Valley is unique in that the five communities that comprise the region actually work together. Where oftentimes cities compete with their neighbors for resources and designations, Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, San Ramon and Danville partner to tackle issues that affect the region.November 15, 2018 | No comments yet
Here again are the Pleasanton Weekly editorial board's election recommendations:November 1, 2018 | No comments yet
Also: Vote for newcomer La for County Assessor, incumbent Wieskamp for East Bay Parks board
October 17, 2018 |
We reached our endorsement decisions for regional representative seats after meeting with the candidates or questioning them during a public forum.
Mayor Thorne, unopposed on ballot, also has our support for re-election
October 10, 2018 |
We think Narum and Streng are the right community leaders to guide the City of Planned Progress through the next four years.
Endorsements for Livermore, Dublin, San Ramon, Danville councils, plus No on Measure U
October 4, 2018 |
This is a vital local election season throughout the Tri-Valley. Accordingly, the Pleasanton Weekly editorial board is offering the following recommendations for the Livermore, Dublin, San Ramon and Danville council races as well as Livermore's health care cost initiative, Measure U.
Labor Day is a celebration of the men and women who contribute to the strength and prosperity of the country through work.August 30, 2018 | No comments yet
Pleasanton mayor, school board incumbents go unchallenged
August 23, 2018 |
We waited with bated breath for the candidacy filing deadline to see how many candidates would file to run for Pleasanton mayor, city council and school board, and who the challengers would be. We were a bit disappointed with the outcome
Unprecedented attacks on the media hit the very protectors of our democracy
August 16, 2018 |
In an effort to focus public attention on the dangers of the President Donald Trump's attacks, we join in an unprecedented coordinated expression of concern by newspapers across the country.
Costco remains committed to bringing new store to Pleasanton despite delay
August 12, 2018 |
The City Council reversing its decision from last year to approve the Johnson Drive Economic Development Zone would be a smart move.
Every 40 seconds someone in the United States has a stroke, and every four minutes someone dies of a stroke, according to a 2017 report by the American Heart Association.August 2, 2018 | No comments yet
We bid adieu earlier this month to the 2018 Alameda County Fair, another successful installment of Pleasanton's annual summertime showcase.July 26, 2018 | No comments yet
When Robin Munsell announced in May she was resigning her position as principal of Harvest Park Middle School after just under two years, the obvious question was why. And Munsell wasn't saying. So the Weekly asked PUSD for all public records pertaining to her exit.July 19, 2018 | 36 comments
This October we will name the seventh group of Tri-Valley Heroes, and it is a good opportunity to revisit why our staff launched this awards program in 2012.July 23, 2018 | No comments yet
The Trump administration's zero-tolerance for anyone crossing the border illegally has also become policy for a Jewish religious center's use of its backyard for outdoor activities in Pleasanton.July 5, 2018 | 15 comments
The Pleasanton City Council voted unanimously last week to endorse a new Tri-Valley coalition that binds it even more closely with neighboring Danville, Dublin, Livermore and San Ramon.July 1, 2018 | 2 comments
After sitting down with four of the candidates and reviewing the records of all five, it is clear to us that the best leaders to serve Zone 7 for the next four years are three-term incumbent Sarah Palmer, retired Zone 7 engineer Dennis Gambs and Pleasanton resident Olivia Sanwong.May 3, 2018 | 2 comments
Contest raises awareness, importance of local businesses
April 19, 2018 |
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It's time once again to vote for your favorite spots to eat, drink, shop and play in Pleasanton. We have hundreds of Pleasanton places and businesses listed in dozens of categories on the online ballot
Make no mistake: This spring marks the most critical juncture for the BART to Livermore project, and the potential of bringing a BART rail extension to Isabel Avenue is very much up in the air. So make your voices heard.March 22, 2018 | 24 comments
Comments regarding last week's 'Pleasanton Preps' column indicates some confusion among readers
March 15, 2018 |
The Weekly's "Pleasanton Preps" columnist, Dennis Miller, wrote last week about a situation in which a set of parents did an investigation of Amador Valley High School girls varsity basketball coach Al Chavira, which led to his being placed on leave. Other team parents felt the "dirt" dug up was benign and requested the coach's reinstatement.
Congress, State Assembly, Governor, county seats, Zone 7 among races
February 22, 2018 |
According to the Public Policy Institute of California, voter turnout in the June primaries hit an all-time low in non-presidential primary year of 2014. Lack of interest and time constraints were the top two reasons given by registered voters who said they do not always vote.
Black History Month, which celebrates achievements and contributions of African-Americans in our nation's history, is commemorated around the country every February since President Gerald Ford made it official in 1976.February 15, 2018 | No comments yet
Proposed housing community for special-needs adults is win-win for everyone
February 8, 2018 |
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The Sunflower Hill at Irby Ranch residential community for adults with special needs just got one step closer to becoming a reality.
Longtime city leader recognized for 25 years in public service
January 25, 2018 |
Nelson Fialho, Pleasanton's city manager since 2004 -- and, at the time, was California's youngest municipal executive -- was honored last week by the City Council, and for good reason: He was just recognized by the International City/County Management Association for having served in local government for 25 years.
Annual donation campaign benefiting PPIE, other nonprofits runs until Jan. 12
January 4, 2018 |
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With students heading back to school next week after a two-week holiday break, it's a good time to remember to give to the Pleasanton Weekly Holiday Fund, which will benefit Pleasanton schools.
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It's time to decide what local business is worthy of the title "Pleasanton Readers' Choice" — and you get to decide! Cast your ballot online. Voting ends May 20th. Stay tuned for the results in the June 28th issue of the Pleasanton Weekly.