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      The Super Parents: Exhibit highlights caring for children with special needs

      Tim Talk: Disrupting dog food industry in Danville, electric outlet norms in Dublin

      All councils confirm support for Tri-Valley housing policy framework
      Going out on top
      City, PUSD consider striking a deal
      Characterz Cafe reveals hi-tech celebrity makeover
      ACE rail launches mobile ticketing app
      CityServe executive director Gregory taking sabbatical
      Legislative update: Bauer-Kahan chairs Women's Reproductive Health Committee; Glazer bill targets flavored tobacco
      Motorcycle community mourning Dublin designer, entrepreneur
      East Bay Parks launches 'Free Park Fridays'
      Dublin teachers march in protest
      Foothill DECA team advances to finals in Florida
      Israeli dance troupe performing 'Currents' show at Bankhead
      Popular author presenting in Pleasanton
      News digest: Mother's Day contest deadline, Swalwell town hall & Bras for the Cause

      Thank you for the Holiday Fund

Staying Healthy
      Justin's heart of gold
      The Super Parents: Exhibit highlights caring for children with special needs
      Pleasanton author pens new cookbook on eating gluten-free from the Instant Pot
      Hike for Hope to benefit hospice
      Boost for cancer patients

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report

      Pleasanton Preps: Foothill softball shuts out Amador Valley, Monte Vista
      Pleasanton RADD athletes shine at hometown basketball regionals
      Tri-Valley Karate martial artists earn medals at tournament

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