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Water agencies ordered to enforce statewide restrictions
A state agency Thursday ordered local water agencies to enforce mandatory statewide water restrictions implemented because... Last comment on Aug 17, 2014 at 7:50 am | 1 comment

'Shop for a Cause' to offer discounts at Macy's, funds for ValleyCare
Macy's and ValleyCare Health System's charitable foundation are sponsoring their 9th annual national "Shop For A Cause" charity... Last comment on Aug 17, 2014 at 7:53 am | 2 comments

Services planned for Joyce Le Clair Scheidig, Pleasanton's first City Councilwoman
A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 22, for Joyce Le Clair Scheidig, Pleasanton's first elected councilwoman,... Last comment on Aug 18, 2014 at 1:12 pm | 1 comment

Second-grade teacher recalls 35 years in the classroom
Among the 33 staff members who retired from the Pleasanton school district at the end of the school year is Carol Wolfe,... Last comment 6 hours ago | 4 comments

 
 
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School board set to approve consultant, realtor for possible elementary school sites
The Pleasanton school board has a packed agenda for tonight's meeting, which includes the approval of using Public Property Advisors to guide the district through the process of identifying and evaluating sites for possible elementary schools and potentially disposing of surplus property through sale, lease, or exchange. Tuesday, 7:48 AM | 19 comments

Services planned for Joyce Le Clair Scheidig, Pleasanton's first City Councilwoman
A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday for Joyce Le Clair Scheidig, Pleasanton's first elected councilwoman, who died Aug. 9 at her home in Walnut Creek. She was 75 years old. Tuesday, 7:47 AM | 1 comments

Slaughterhouse owners, employees charged for processing diseased cattle
Two owners and two employees of the now-defunct Rancho Feeding Corporation slaughterhouse in Petaluma have been charged for allegedly fraudulently processing and distributing condemned and diseased cattle. Tuesday, 8:15 AM

S.F. lawyer nominated for No. California federal court post
A former federal prosecutor and current law firm partner was nominated by President Barack Obama Monday to serve on the San Francisco-based U.S. District Court for Northern California, which handles cases involving Pleasanton and the Tri-Valley Tuesday, 8:15 AM

Consumer reporting agencies follow your moves
By now, you've probably heard about the Big Three credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian and TransUnion), which monitor your financial history and issue credit reports and credit scores to potential lenders. Tuesday, 7:48 AM

Children's message: Save water
Vera Revelli put out the call to young artists to use their imaginations and create art to remind adults to conserve water. Tuesday, 7:48 AM

'Shop for a Cause' to offer discounts at Macy's, funds for ValleyCare
Macy's and ValleyCare Health System's charitable foundation are sponsoring their 9th annual national "Shop For A Cause" charity shopping event Aug. 23. Tuesday, 7:48 AM | 2 comments

Back to school safety tips
With schools opening next Monday, the Pleasanton Police Department is offering safety tips for getting students to school safely. Tuesday, 7:49 AM

Stanford seeks children who like milkshakes for obesity study
Stanford University researchers are looking for volunteers to participate in their experiment -- by drinking chocolate milkshakes. Tuesday, 7:49 AM

Water agencies ordered to enforce statewide restrictions
A state agency Thursday ordered local water agencies to enforce mandatory statewide water restrictions implemented because of California's
severe drought. Tuesday, 7:49 AM | 1 comments

Bay Area leads country in highest home prices
Home-price growth continued to moderate in many metropolitan areas in the second quarter with national year-over-year price appreciation now at its slowest pace since 2012. Tuesday, 7:49 AM | 3 comments

Register now for Dublin business forum
The city of Dublin, in partnership with the Alameda County Small Business Development Center and the Tech Futures Group, will hold a 10-week series of startup technology workshops and events, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 9, at Dublin City Hall. Tuesday, 7:49 AM

 

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