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Cover Story
      Paying public educators

      What a Week: Pleasanton on film

      Surprise meeting on personnel topics elicits more criticism toward Sunol school board
      Zone 7 opens PFAS treatment facility
      Weekly journalists move to unionize
      Council reviews details of new police union contract
      Livermore to relaunch search for airport manager after top choice backs out
      County supervisors declare homelessness state of emergency
      City receives award for police alternative response unit
      Livermore high schools consider switch to semester system
      Emerald High construction delayed three months, but project saves $49M in costs
      Annual Alameda CTC report released to public
      Can this plan fix California's insurance crisis? What you need to know
      Del Valle Winery to host Fall Harvest Food and Wine Pairing
      News Digest: Blood drive in Dublin | 'Abbey Road' history at library | New wine scholarship

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report

Arts & Entertainment
      Being funny never gets old
      Livermore Valley Arts executive director honored by county
      'Breakfast at Baci's' wins Paint Pleasanton 2023
      An Afternoon or Evening with 'Frankenstein' author Mary Shelley

      Underdog Falcons top Dons 12-7 in football rivalry game

Real Estate
      Scammers trying to sell homes they don't own is on the rise
      Home Sales
      Sales at a Glance

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