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Masons told to stop the partying, but they're moving anyhow
Pleasanton Masons have been ordered by the city's Planning Commission to curb outside activities at their lodge on Hopyard... Last comment 12 hours ago | 8 comments

3 candidates vying for 2 Pleasanton Council seats in November election
Two incumbents and the chairman of the city Planning Commission have launched campaigns to win two open seats on the Pleasanton... Last comment 10 hours ago | 19 comments

City, veterans organizations leaders join in groundbreaking for new Pioneer Cemetery memorial
City and civic leaders joined veterans' organizations yesterday to break ground on a $300,000 memorial at the top of the... Last comment on Jun 29, 2016 at 3:50 pm | 2 comments

Bets place to watch the fireworks???
Where is the best place in town from which to view the fairgrounds' Fourth of July fireworks? (that is not inside the fairgrounds,... Last comment 17 hours ago | 3 comments

 
 
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"Gettysburg Battlefield, PA"
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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Fair ready for eventful Fourth of July weekend
Those looking to spend their Fourth of July weekend surrounded by happy vibes, good music, tasty food and a host of special attractions might find their place at the Alameda County Fair, which ends its three-week run in Pleasanton on Monday. Friday, 8:42 AM | 1 comments

Farewell to Jim Hansen (again)
The Pleasanton school district's interim superintendent, Jim Hansen, stepped back into retirement yesterday, clearing out his office for new superintendent Rick Rubino who starts today. Rubino has been superintendent of the Gridley school system in Butte County for the last four years. Friday, 8:45 AM

Tulancingo students arrive in Pleasanton
Pleasanton is hosting five student delegates from its Mexican sister city, Tulancingo, through next weekend. Friday, 8:43 AM

Oak Tree at Pleasanton racing picks for Friday, July 1
Here are the picks for horse racing at the Alameda County Fair for Friday, July 1 by racing expert Dennis Miller. Friday, 10:21 AM

Community picnic to celebrate Independence Day July 4 in downtown park
When the Fourth of July arrives Monday, many in Pleasanton will look forward to barbecues, a day by the pool and the Alameda County Fair's annual fireworks spectacular. Thursday, 8:49 AM

Dennis Miller's racing picks for Friday, July 1
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Masons told to stop the partying, but they're moving anyhow
Pleasanton Masons have been ordered by the city's Planning Commission to curb outside activities at their lodge on Hopyard Road after a group of neighboring Valley Trails home owners complained about excessive noise and parties. Thursday, 8:42 AM | 8 comments

Classic rock show to honor Pleasanton heroes
Is there a hometown hero you think should be honored for contributions to the community? The rock 'n' roll experience, "Rock Stars & Stripes," is bringing one special hero up on stage to celebrate his or her impact, at every performance across the country. Friday, 8:47 AM

3 candidates vying for 2 Pleasanton Council seats in November election
Two incumbents and the chairman of the city Planning Commission have launched campaigns to win two open seats on the Pleasanton City Council Nov. 8. Thursday, 8:47 AM | 19 comments

Assemblywoman Baker to honor Pleasanton veteran Gene Cota
Assemblywoman Catharine Baker (R-San Ramon) will honor Air Force veteran Eugene Cota as Veteran of the Year for the 16th Assembly District in a ceremony at 5 p.m. tonight in the Museum on Main in downtown Pleasanton. Thursday, 8:58 AM

Pleasanton Senior Center closing for week of repairs July 4
The Pleasanton Senior Center will be closed five days starting July 4 for regular maintenance and repairs. Thursday, 8:13 AM

Elections to have little impact on California housing market
Presidential elections have historically had little or no negative impact on the California housing market, according to findings by the California Association of Realtors. Thursday, 8:13 AM

City, veterans organizations leaders join in groundbreaking for new Pioneer Cemetery memorial
City and civic leaders joined veterans' organizations Monday to break ground on a $300,000 memorial at the top of the hill in Pioneer Cemetery. Thursday, 8:14 AM | 2 comments

East Bay luxury housing market leveling off
Luxury home sales in the East Bay took a breather in May, edging lower from year-ago levels although still surpassing the previous month's total. Thursday, 8:14 AM

Independence Day: A good time to look at financial independence
It's never a bad time to consider life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but Independence Day offers us a special opportunity. Thursday, 8:16 AM

Existing-home sales up 1.8%, highest pace in 9 years
Existing-home sales across the U.S. sprang ahead in May to their highest pace in almost a decade, while the uptick in demand this spring amidst lagging supply levels pushed the median sales price to an all-time high. Thursday, 8:16 AM

Fireworks now on sale today in Dublin
"Safe and Sane" fireworks are now on sale in Dublin, one of the few cities in the Bay Area where such sales are allowed to be sold by local non-profit organizations. Thursday, 8:13 AM | 3 comments

Get thee to 'The Winter's Tale' Saturday, Sunday
Oft and anon in Pleasanton -- meaning, every summer -- San Francisco Shakespeare Festival comes to Amador Valley Community Park Saturday and Sunday to amuse young and old alike with high-spirited productions of the Bard's offerings. Wednesday, 6:50 AM

 

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