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Vandalism at Walnut Grove causes safety, privacy concerns
Some recent events involving minor vandalism to cars parked at Walnut Grove Elementary School have caused the school and... Last comment 4 hours ago | 17 comments

Tri-Valley Veterans Day parade set for Sunday in downtown Pleasanton
The annual Tri-Valley Veterans Day parade will be held starting at 1 p.m. Sunday in downtown Pleasanton with more than 100... Last comment 5 hours ago | 3 comments

Mayors, regional leaders celebrate completion of 1st phase of widened Highway 84
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne joined other city, civic and regional leaders this week in officially marking the completion... Last comment 2 hours ago | 12 comments

Walnut Grove has a Security Guard posted on campus???
Walnut Grove School has a security guard wandering around the campus during school hours. Here is the letter parents received... Last comment 5 hours ago | 20 comments

 
 
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"Bullseye Varsity Win In Tahoe!"
The Bullseye Basketball Team travelled to South Lake Tahoe over the Memorial Day Weekend to participate in the Xtreme Hoops Tournament. It was an exciting weekend and the boys played great. The Varsity team played four games and went undefeated to bring home the Championship Trophy. Brandon Ruotolo & Brett Barker were high scorers for the tournament - each putting down 47 points. Scott Rasnick was just behind them with 39 points. Pictured above: Top row: Stokley Arnez Chaffee, Brandon Ruotolo, Nick Herbert, Brett Barker, Jacob Duarte, Eric Homan, Connor Rhodes, Cade Lau, Jake Weiman, Scott Rasnick. Front row: Hakim Tokhi, Jordan Reese and Josh Llanos. This is the second year the Bullseye have won this tournament! Submitted by Anna Ruotolo on May 28, 2014

 
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Tri-Valley Veterans Day parade set for Sunday in downtown Pleasanton
The annual Tri-Valley Veterans Day parade will be held starting at 1 p.m. Sunday in downtown Pleasanton with more than 100 marching, walking and motorized units to make it the largest observance in Northern California. Friday, 7:25 AM | 3 comments

Women groped while walking on neighborhood streets
Two groping incidents Wednesday have Pleasanton police warning pedestrians to take precautionary measures when walking or jogging by paying close attention to others and having a companion or a leashed dog come along. Friday, 8:00 AM | 1 comments

Pleasanton police nab suspect in foot chase after Jack-in-the-Box robbery
Courtney Dariko Townsel, 19, was arrested last night in a foot chase by Pleasanton police after a man wearing a mask jumped the counter at the Jack-in-the-Box fast food restaurant at Valley Avenue and Santa Rita Road, grabbing a cash box filled with money as he then fled. Friday, 7:23 AM | 4 comments

Vandalism at Walnut Grove causes safety, privacy concerns
Some recent events involving minor vandalism to cars parked at Walnut Grove Elementary School have caused the school and Pleasanton school district to make some changes, said Walnut Grove Principal Jan Steed. Friday, 7:23 AM | 17 comments

Man convicted of 1984 murder of Foothill High freshman
Steven Carlson was convicted of first-degree murder today for stabbing a 14-year-old Foothill High School classmate 44 times in 1984, when he was 16 years old. Friday, 7:23 AM | 3 comments

Pleasanton prepares to vote Tuesday
While Pleasanton voters will be watching the national returns, the excitement locally will focus mainly on a number of too-close-to-call races for State Assembly, Pleasanton City Council and the school board. Friday, 7:28 AM

Halloween takes over downtown Pleasanton
Downtown Pleasanton was crowded with costumed residents of all ages last Saturday for the annual Scavenger Hunt and Brew Crawl in advance of Halloween. Friday, 7:29 AM

Mayors, regional leaders celebrate completion of 1st phase of widened Highway 84
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne joined other city, civic and regional leaders this week in officially marking the completion of the first phase of widening State Route 84 between the I-580 and I-680 freeways. Friday, 7:24 AM | 12 comments

Board will revisit textbook, instructional materials sufficiency
After holding a public hearing on the sufficiency of textbooks, instructional materials and laboratory science equipment Tuesday, the Pleasanton school board agreed to hold off on deciding on the issue until the next school board meeting. Friday, 7:25 AM

Pleasanton closes 2013/14 fiscal year budget with optimism
The Pleasanton City Council has closed the books on its 2013/14 fiscal year operating budget, revising projections for the current year upward based on better-than-expected revenue. Friday, 7:25 AM

Amador Valley High's marching band hosting a 'March-A-Thon'
The Amador Valley High School marching band and its 330 student members are hosting a March-A-Thon this week to raise funds for the band's 2014 competitive season. Friday, 7:25 AM

2 meetings scheduled next week on Alviso Adobe strategic plan
The city of Pleasanton will host two upcoming community meetings next week regarding the Alviso Adobe Strategic Plan. Friday, 7:25 AM

First of Common Core math parent forums scheduled for Wednesday
The Pleasanton Unified School District is hosting two Common Core math parent forums in November with the first meeting set for Wednesday. Friday, 7:27 AM | 4 comments

Presenting Tri-Valley Heroes 2014
The Pleasanton Weekly has presented eight awards to community members and organizations whose dedication to bettering our communities and the lives of local residents has helped make the Tri-Valley a wonderful place to live and work. Friday, 7:27 AM

 

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