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      Paws to Read

      What a Week: Bauer-Kahan's new bills (so far)

      Council approves major components of Stoneridge Mall redevelopment framework
      Parks redesign put on hold
      Narum appointed to Zone 7 board
      LVJUSD, teachers union reach tentative salary agreement
      Zone 7 publishes annual report
      California snowpack reaches record high in latest survey
      Food bank receives semi-truck full of donations
      Dublin introduces 'WIN for All' workplace program to support adults with disabilities
      Ramirez Holmes to continue leading Los Vaqueros Reservoir JPA board
      San Ramon, Danville among plaintiffs in new lawsuit against Monsanto over contaminants
      Massive Bishop Ranch solar project enters next phase
      State water officials announce increased deliveries in wake of winter storms
      News Digest: Foothill wins We the People state title | I-680 NB closure is on for weekend | LAFCO seat open


Community Pulse
      Over $1,000 stolen in smash-and-grab at The Press
      Police, ranchers catch cow on the loose in Pleasanton
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report

Arts & Entertainment
      Paws to Read
      'From Sand to Silicon Chip' debuts at Danville gallery
      Pandemic creativity on display
      'The Music of Sam Cooke' at the Bankhead

      After rough run in recent years, Foothill girls' basketball starts to turn the corner
      Piscotty among non-roster invitees to SF Giants spring training
      Quakes sign Tri-Valley natives

Real Estate
      Want to downsize? Start decluttering now
      Home Sales
      Sales at a Glance

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