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      Carrying on the legacy

      What a Week: A Town Square debate

      Roadwork delays push Costco store opening deeper into 2024
      Council to debate airport policy
      Goats due to arrive soon
      Drag brunch garners community support after boycott threats
      Walnut Grove principal Pratt reassigned to Amador
      Livermore's July 4 fireworks show moving to Robertson Park
      Dublin debates expanding term limits for mayor, council
      Culinary Angels hires new executive director
      Spedowfski named new city manager in San Ramon
      2023 Ladies Day at the Races
      BART board approves parking, fare increases
      Zone 7 among grant recipients confirmed by state
      Parks Foundation names Bernstein as executive director
      Report finds Bay Area unhoused youth faced increased challenges since pandemic
      News Digest: Sheet mulching party | Movies in the Park | Winemaker Project 2020

      Guest Opinion: Giving up local democracy will not solve state housing affordability

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report

Arts & Entertainment
      'Silent Sky' onstage in the vineyards
      Dublin teens grow and donate microgreens for schools, charity
      New Little Free Library focuses on water-wise literature
      Village Theatre Gallery showcases 'The Art of the Story'

      TV30 hands out 2023 Outstanding High School Athletic Awards

Real Estate
      Trumark founders inducted into Homebuilding Hall of Fame
      Home Sales
      Sales at a Glance

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