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Protestors urge Safeway to adopt 'cage-free' egg policy
A group of 30 protestors from a national organization called Mercy for Animals (MFA) lined Stoneridge Mall Road in front... Last comment 6 hours ago | 4 comments

Pleasanton school board votes to change coming year schedule with classes to start Aug. 15
After more than two years of contentious community debate, the Pleasanton school board voted last night to change the coming... Last comment 6 hours ago | 33 comments

I-580 express/toll lanes to open later this month
A $55 million project to create express lanes expected to ease congestion along I-580 though Pleasanton and Livermore will... Last comment 5 hours ago | 14 comments

BART will spend $1.4 million to install cameras on all train cars
BART technicians have begun installing additional security cameras to cover the interiors of all 669 of its train cars at... Last comment 21 hours ago | 1 comment

 
 
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Teri and Irina Gutierrez of Pleasanton at Gettysburg Battlefield in Pennsylvania. The Avenue is named after General Pleasanton of which our city is named after. Submitted by Teri Gutierrez on Sep 3, 2015

 
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Protestors urge Safeway to adopt 'cage-free' egg policy
A group of 30 protestors from a national organization called Mercy for Animals (MFA) lined Stoneridge Mall Road in front of Safeway headquarters Monday calling on the grocery chain to adopt follow others in adopting a "cage-free" merchandising policy. Thursday, 7:12 AM | 4 comments

Pleasanton Chamber to recognize leaders in business, community
The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce this week announced the names of business and community leaders who will be recognized at its 53rd Annual Community Service Awards celebration March 23. Thursday, 7:13 AM

Tri-Valley Rotary to hold 'Grease' screening, sing-along at Vine Theater
The Tri-Valley Evening Rotary Club of Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore will present a sing along of the popular 1950s/60s movie musical "Grease" starting at 6:30 p.m. next Thursday (Feb. 18) at the Vine Theater on First Street in Livermore. Thursday, 8:00 AM

Bay Area gasoline prices drop 30 cents since last month
Gas prices dropped 30 cents in one month in the Bay Area and may stay low despite a typical increase in prices in the spring, according to a report by the American Automobile Association. Thursday, 7:34 AM

Ever feel not wanted in downtown Pleasanton?
Sometimes it's hard to build a few retail stores and apartments in downtown Pleasanton, even on a narrow, unpaved and empty lot a few feet from Main Street that has a history of failed businesses. Thursday, 4:02 PM | 6 comments

Swalwell named vice chair of Democrats' steering committee
U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin), whose district includes Pleasanton, was appointed last week as vice chair of the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee, which sets the Democratic policy agenda and nominates Democratic members for committee assignments. Thursday, 7:40 AM

Pleasanton school board votes to change coming year schedule with classes to start Aug. 15
After more than two years of contentious community debate, the Pleasanton school board voted last night to change the coming school year schedule with classes to start Aug. 15. Thursday, 7:09 AM | 33 comments

I-580 express/toll lanes to open later this month
A $55 million project to create express lanes expected to ease congestion along I-580 though Pleasanton and Livermore will be opened later this month, transportation officials said Tuesday. Thursday, 7:09 AM | 14 comments

Happy New Year: School children learn about Year of the Monkey
In Jayme Pekarske's kindergarten class at Vintage Hills Elementary, students learned all about the Chinese New Year and the various traditions that go along with the holiday. Thursday, 7:10 AM

Puppy Love: Students write Valentine's Day cards to East Bay SPCA animals
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, Pleasanton students got a visit from an East Bay SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) ambassador dog. Students returned the warm fuzzies by writing Valentine's Day cards to the animals awaiting adoption at the organization's shelters. Thursday, 7:10 AM

Referendum backers file petitions with 6,000 signatures
Proponents of placing a measure on the June ballot to overturn the City Council's approval of a 43-home development in Lund Ranch submitted petitions with 6,086 signatures Friday, well over the 4,124 -- or 10% of the city's registered voters -- needed to force a referendum. Thursday, 7:10 AM | 44 comments

Cal State East Bay, other state colleges, face strike by faculty in April over contract issues
If California State University doesn't reach a contract agreement with its faculty union by April, then 26,000 professors, librarians,
counselors and coaches across the 23 CSU campuses are planning a five-day strike. Thursday, 7:11 AM

BART will spend $1.4 million to install cameras on all train cars
BART technicians have begun installing additional security cameras to cover the interiors of all 669 of its train cars at a cost of $1.42 million. Thursday, 7:11 AM | 1 comments

Spring comes to Pleasanton in time for Lincoln's birthday
While our friends in many midwestern and eastern states are still battling the snow and chills of winter, it's an early spring in Pleasanton. Thursday, 7:10 AM | 1 comments

Library featuring '1,000 Books Before Kindergarten' Saturday

 

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