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      10 years of growth

      What a Week: In their time of need

      Livermore council approves long-debated new airport development policy
      Highway 84 to fully close through Niles Canyon all weekend long
      Staying safe amid hot temps
      Breaking ground on new senior health care facility
      Hu becomes second Dublin councilmember to launch 2024 mayoral campaign
      Supes apologize for county's part in destruction of Russell City
      Crews close to completing work in Sycamore Creek neighborhood
      County OKs law targeting spectators of sideshows
      Dublin promotes Baksa to city finance director
      3VCF announces new 'Give, Grant & Grow Green Fund'
      Alameda County responds to lawsuit over foster youth center
      Stanford University graduate workers succeed in unionizing
      Why single-payer advocates are split on how to overhaul health care in California
      News Digest: Water smartly | 'Avoiding Apocalypse' author talk | D&D improv at Firehouse

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report

Arts & Entertainment
      Music, magic and laughs
      Shakespeare comedy under the moon and stars
      A day with Cass Elliot
      ComicCon Livermore

      Pleasanton Preps: 2023 Pleasanton Mile could be seminal moment in fair racing history
      Dublin Leprechauns honoring baseball pioneer

Real Estate
      Statewide sales and prices show rebound, but don't expect a rapid recovery
      Home Sales
      Sales at a Glance

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