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Measure K referendum, Primary candidates fill voters' guide now in the mail
When you receive your voter information pamphlet that was mailed out yesterday for the June 7 primary, take time to carefully... Last comment 1 hour ago | 34 comments

Public asked to rethink commute as 'Spare the Air' season starts tomorrow
Bay Area motorists are being asked to consider commuting alternatives this summer as the area's summer Spare the Air season... Last comment 8 hours ago | 10 comments

Pleasanton Weekly wins key awards in statewide "Better Newspapers" contest
The Pleasanton Weekly's staff was awarded key prizes for its features, sports and commentary articles in 2015 by the California... Last comment on May 3, 2016 at 10:17 am | 1 comment

Drought over? EBMUD suspending water-waster penalties
An ordinance that imposes fines on suspected water wasters in the San Ramon Valley and other parts of the East Bay as a reaction... Last comment 22 hours ago | 9 comments

 
 
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"Troop 916 Newest Eagle Scout"
Brennan Hines, 18, a senior at Foothill High School achieved Boy Scout's highest rank of Eagle Scout on May 6, 2015. Brennan has been in Scouts since 1st Grade as a "Tiger" and has held several leadership positions including Senior Patrol Leader. He will attend Oregon State University this fall. Submitted by Jim Hines on May 9, 2015

 
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Pleasanton city workers granted 3% raises annually for next 3 years
Pleasanton city workers were granted 3% raises on an annual basis for the next three years in a unanimous vote by the City Council last night in an agreement with the City Employees Association. Wednesday, 8:26 AM | 5 comments

First Wednesday street parties start at 6 p.m. tonight in downtown Pleasanton
The opening First Wednesday street party of the year starts at 6 p.m. tonight in downtown Pleasanton. Wednesday, 7:18 AM | 10 comments

95 homes, special needs residences planned for Stanley Boulevard
A plan to rezone a 15-acre commercial site on Stanley Boulevard for a 95-home development and an adjoining site to accommodate housing for adults with special needs is under consideration by the Pleasanton Planning Commission. Wednesday, 8:59 AM | 19 comments

Foothill High boys capture league tennis title for first time in school history
The Foothill High boys tennis team defeated Amador Valley 7-2 last week to finish the East Bay Athletic League season, capturing the league title for the first time in school history. Wednesday, 7:18 AM

Tassajara Road closed at Moller Creek until December
A portion of Tassajara Road in Dublin and Camino Tassajara Road in Contra Costa County is now closed due to a culvert replacement project and associated road improvements. Wednesday, 7:19 AM

Police: Amador Park shooting 'targeted' two people
Pleasanton police announced Tuesday that subsequent investigation into a shooting nearly two weeks ago at Amador Park revealed robbery was the motive for the incident originally classified as suspicious circumstances. Wednesday, 7:13 AM | 1 comments

Realtors vote to support $1.3 billion affordable housing proposal
Directors of the California Association of Realtors have voted to support a $1.3 billion proposal by California Assembly members to create affordable housing programs. Wednesday, 7:12 AM

Pleasanton 'Teacher of Year' wants students to find joy in exercise
Terri Drain has been selected as the 2016 Pleasanton school district "Teacher of the Year" and will advance to the county competition in October. Wednesday, 7:06 AM

Pleasanton Weekly wins key awards in statewide "Better Newspapers" contest
The Pleasanton Weekly's staff was awarded key prizes for its features, sports and commentary articles in 2015 by the California Newspaper Publishers Association Better Newspapers contest Saturday. Wednesday, 7:19 AM | 1 comments

Congregation Beth Emek to hold Holocaust Remembrance Day presentation tonight
Congregation Beth Emek will host a Stanford University professor describing her experience growing up in Germany in the 1970s in a presentation Wednesday evening in observance of Holocaust Remembrance Day. Wednesday, 7:20 AM

Introducing your Hall of Fame
Our readers once again have the chance to vote for their favorite local places to eat, shop and play with the start of our 11th annual Readers' Choice contest, which has a new look this year, including a redesigned logo and the launch of our Readers' Choice Hall of Fame. Wednesday, 7:20 AM

Win tickets to Alameda County Fair
The Pleasanton Weekly is giving away 20 pairs of tickets to the Alameda County Fair, which begins June 15. Wednesday, 7:20 AM | 2 comments

 

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