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Cover Story
      Workday opens its new office center in Pleasanton

Column
      Around Pleasanton: It's Memorial Day weekend, fly the flag

News
      Castlewood members vote against pursuing deal with Bay Club
      Tennis court parking off the table
      Sunflower Hill breaks ground on affordable housing project for adults with special needs
      School board appoints Mike O'Brien as new Vintage Hills principal
      Foothill alum to test his might on 'American Ninja Warrior'
      Three new restaurants come to Pacific Pearl
      Art and Wind Festival blowing through Tri-Valley
      Las Positas College set for commencement Saturday
      Recruit firefighters graduate from LPFD Academy
      Quilt of Valor: Foundation honors Army captain transferring from Camp Parks
      News Digest: Antiques Faire, Downtown task force meeting & Bird watching

Opinion
      Editorial: District-based elections do not make sense here
      Guest Opinion: Laying the foundation for Kottinger Gardens

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report
      Streetwise

Arts & Entertainment
      Wings of Freedom
      'Classical Contrasts' closing out symphony season
      DLUX Puppets presents 'Peter Pan'
      'Jungle Book' reimagined in Livermore

Sports
      Pleasanton Preps: Falcons, Dons making deep runs on diamond at sections
      Tri-Valley Blue Devils win two state championships

Real Estate
      Local Realtors eye posts in statewide association
      Home Sales
      Sales at a Glance


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