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A new era in police vehicles rolls into Pleasanton
The Pleasanton Police Department's marked patrol car fleet is transitioning to an entirely new era of police vehicles. Read... Last comment 1 hour ago | 13 comments

Warriors may move to S.F.'s Mission Bay instead of waterfront
The Golden State Warriors' proposal to build an arena along San Francisco's waterfront has reportedly been dropped and the... Last comment 13 hours ago | 1 comment

Pleasanton launches new 'Mobile Citizen' app
The city of Pleasanton has launched Mobile Citizen, a web-based application that allows users and residents to notify city... Last comment 2 hours ago | 11 comments

Q. Is AT&T going to fix Dead Spot, near Santa Rita and Valley?
Just got an orange postcard from City of Pleasanton. Says Radha Sharma/AT&T (P13-2069) wants to "construct a wireless facility... Last comment 21 hours ago | 12 comments

 
 
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Deadline at 6 a.m. tomorrow for Mother-Daughter Lookalike contest
The deadline for submitting photos for this year's Pleasanton Weekly annual Mother-Daughter Lookalike contest is at 6 a.m. tomorrow, April 24. Wednesday, 6:23 AM

A new era in police vehicles rolls into Pleasanton
The Pleasanton Police Department's marked patrol car fleet is transitioning to an entirely new era of police vehicles. Wednesday, 6:23 AM | 13 comments

8th annual Drug Take-Back program set for Saturday
Pleasanton and Dublin are joining Alameda County in a program Saturday that encourages the public to take unused prescription drugs to law enforcement agencies for disposal. Wednesday, 6:23 AM

Pleasanton launches new 'Mobile Citizen' app
The city of Pleasanton has launched Mobile Citizen, a web-based application that allows users and residents to notify city staff about maintenance issues or problems that they might encounter. Wednesday, 6:23 AM | 11 comments

Alameda County seeking poll workers for June 3 primary
Alameda County is seeking poll workers to run the upcoming June 3 statewide primary election in Pleasanton and at other county polling places. Wednesday, 6:24 AM

Warriors may move to S.F.'s Mission Bay instead of waterfront
The Golden State Warriors' proposal to build an arena along San Francisco's waterfront has reportedly been dropped and the team has purchased a new piece of land in the city's Mission Bay neighborhood that will house the new arena. Wednesday, 6:24 AM | 1 comments

Sandia projects help TSA agents make security decisions at airports
A recent Sandia National Laboratories study offers insight into how a federal transportation security officer's thought process can influence decisions made during airport baggage screening, findings that are helping the TSA improve the performance of its security officers. Wednesday, 6:24 AM

Why disability insurance Is critical
Most people understand why having life insurance is a good idea: Nobody wants to leave their survivors in a financial lurch if they were to die suddenly. Wednesday, 6:24 AM

Dublin Rotary hosting 'Top Chef' charity Sunday
The Rotary Club of Dublin will host its popular "Top Chef" charity event again this year from 5-8 p.m. Sunday at the Mercedes Benz Dealership in Pleasanton. Wednesday, 6:25 AM

Dippin' Dots to open Pleasanton outlet Sunday in Stoneridge Mall
Dippin' Dots will open a Pleasanton store Sunday in the Stoneridge Shopping Center, offering a new way of enjying frozen treats with tiny beads of ice cream, yogurt, sherbet and flavored ice. Wednesday, 6:26 AM

Pleasanton teen accepts plea deal for fatal crash that killed Dublin bicyclist
A Pleasanton teen has accepted a plea deal in the criminal case stemming from a high-speed crash on Foothill Road that killed a Dublin bicyclist last June. Tuesday, 7:39 AM | 44 comments

Workshops promote clowning around
Many children, at one point, dream of running away with the circus but they usually lose interest by the time they finish elementary school. Wednesday, 6:27 AM

Reining in prom expenses
If you've got teenagers, you already know how expensive high school can be. Wednesday, 6:27 AM | 18 comments

Hart Middle School plans launch of engineering academy
Hart Middle School will host an open house April 29 in preparation for its launch of an engineering academy in the 2014-15 school year. Wednesday, 6:27 AM | 7 comments

ValleyCare auxiliary exceeds 1.6-million hours in volunteer service
Since their origination in 1958, even before Valley Memorial Hospital opened, the ValleyCare Auxiliary has given 1,6 million hours of volunteer time and has been responsible for raising more than $6 million to expand facilities, programs and services. Wednesday, 6:27 AM

 

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