March 24, 2023 | Pleasanton Weekly | |

Pleasanton Weekly

Current Issue

March 24, 2023

Download PDF
Sec 1  

Past issues
and special sections

March 24, 2023

Cover Story
      Watching the wheels of progress in Tri-Valley transit

      Illogical to absurd

      Livermore Airport creating new policies for development, hangar waitlist
      BART officials broadly supportive of Glazer bill
      Fallen tree damages historic church
      News Digest
      Diocese mulling bankruptcy
      Innovative companies to be honored at #GameChangers Awards
      Livermore council adopts 2023-31 Housing Element
      Save Livermore Downtown takes Eden Housing case to California Supreme Court
      Cracked roadway, guardrail collapse cause I-580 lane closures
      Library staff present updates on programs, services, book collection
      Pleasanton makes online budget survey available for residents
      Bauer-Kahan introduces bill to regulate automated decision tools
      All green and gold for St. Patrick's Day Celebration in Dublin
      Pleasanton PD's Lt. Sarasua hired as next police chief in Pacifica
      Pleasanton MS principal Nguyen stepping down

      Bay Area to begin phasing out gas heaters this decade

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report

Arts & Entertainment
      Gallery showcases ancient art form in newest exhibit
      Mount Diablo connection trail to open this month
      'An Afternoon or Evening with Robert F. Kennedy'
      Reading together: One City, One Book
      Jazz guitar galore
      Shakespeare in the Vineyard plays announced

      Inaugural 'Scottie's Scramble' honors late Foothill alum Kienhofer

Real Estate
      Sales at a Glance
      Home Sales

Stay informed.

Get the day's top headlines from sent to your inbox in the Express newsletter.


Support local families in need

Your contribution to the Pleasanton Weekly Holiday Fund will go directly to nonprofits supporting local families and children in need. Last year, Pleasanton Weekly readers contributed over $83,000 to support eight safety-net nonprofits right here in the Tri-Valley.