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      Pleasanton mayor delivers State of the City address

      Tim Talk: Turning an active 95 deserves many birthday parties

      PUSD board confirms dismissal of high school pole vault coach
      Stoneridge Mall owners submit plans for new cinema, retail, health club at Sears site
      Pastor of Catholic Community of Pleasanton dies after cancer battle
      Alameda County unveils Women's Hall of Fame class of 2019
      Cincinnati hospital administrator hired as new Stanford-ValleyCare president/CEO
      $110M water treatment plant upgrades start this month
      New local trustee sought at Chabot-Las Positas
      Cal High alum, daughter of school board president dies in car crash
      News digest: LPC honoring female vets, Gem Faire next weekend & Valley Trails tot lot input

      Editorial: Thanks to our 2018 Holiday Fund donors
      Letters: Teacher integrity intact; clarifying misconceptions

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report

Arts & Entertainment
      Amador, Foothill teaming up to present 'Cinderella' musical
      DLux Puppets presenting 'Alice in Wonderland'
      From Jazz Combo to Big Band
      Chorale presenting 'Joyful Songs'
      Harringtons leading art walks in March, April
      Contest for youth to address climate change
      Livermore: Guitar duo to benefit young musicians

      Pleasanton Preps: Basketball, softball, lacrosse, tennis all in action
      A's new ballpark plans

Real Estate
      Bay East Association of Realtors installs 2019 leadership team
      Home Sales
      Sales at a Glance

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