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      Last chance to enjoy 'Summer Vibes'

      Around the Valley: News, opinion and truth

      Grand jury pushes agencies to prioritize mental health building at jail
      Celebrating 'Falcons at Fifty'
      DUSD reexamines grading policies
      Alameda County supervisors pass $4.1 billion budget
      PUSD hires new coordinator of equity, access
      Double feature coming to Firehouse stage next week
      Dublin Councilmember Josey launches 2024 mayoral campaign
      Court expanding use of electronic document filing
      Pharma company helps build new play structures at Donlon
      PG&E shows off new tools to fight escalating wildfires
      Sideshow spectators may be jailed, fined under new ordinance
      East Bay Parks releases rattlesnake advisory to hikers
      BART board approves new labor agreement; police officer salaries to increase by 19%
      Newsom signs bill to let city councils increase pay
      News Digest: First Weekend on Main | Gas leak at store | Medicare Health Fair for Tri-Valley seniors

      Notes on the Valley: Effortless and eco-conscious: exploring e-bikes

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report

Arts & Entertainment
      Houses represent history and heritage of Pleasanton
      Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group honors local teens
      Cream of the crop of watercolor art in California
      Summer concerts back in San Ramon

      Pleasanton Preps: Thinking back on my mistake raising a standout youth athlete
      Signups underway for Hope 100 Golf Marathon

Real Estate
      Goodness Village celebrates two-year anniversary

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