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Child cruelty charges filed against worker at Livermore charter school
The Alameda County District Attorney's Office has filed misdemeanor assault and battery and child cruelty charges against... Last comment 13 hours ago | 3 comments

Park district kicks off renewable energy project at Shadow Cliffs
Park district officials, project representatives and politicians were on hand at Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area Friday... Last comment on Aug 23, 2016 at 6:55 pm | 1 comment

'All gender' single-use restroom bill goes to governor
California businesses and state government buildings may be required to make single-occupancy restrooms available to all... Last comment 22 hours ago | 10 comments

Man arrested in Pleasanton after high-speed pursuit
A San Jose man led law enforcement on a high-speed pursuit through Pleasanton on Monday night before ultimately being apprehended,... Last comment 15 hours ago | 12 comments

 
 
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"A Class of Bunnies"
Teacher Megan Woo and fourth graders from Hacienda School in Pleasanton, California visit Intel Museum to learn about silicon chip making, clean rooms, and "bunny" suits. Submitted by Megan Woo on May 13, 2016

 
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Opinion: Let the campaigns begin
With all candidates in place for the Pleasanton municipal and school board elections on Nov. 8, the campaigns are underway to win voters at the ballot box. Tuesday, 6:55 AM | 3 comments

Child cruelty charges filed against worker at Livermore charter school
The Alameda County District Attorney's Office has filed misdemeanor assault and battery and child cruelty charges against a Livermore preparatory academy worker for allegedly physically abusing a foreign exchange student in January. Tuesday, 6:55 AM | 3 comments

Livermore market sustains $300,000 in damages after Saturday fire
A fire that broke out at a Livermore market early Saturday morning caused an estimated $300,000 in damage. Tuesday, 6:56 AM

Pleasanton students score higher in 2nd year of new state testing
Pleasanton students overall performed better in the second year of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), as did children across the state according to test results released Wednesday. Tuesday, 6:56 AM

Amador Valley grad joins the circus
Evan Wiley, 26, thought he might have a career in basketball when he played point guard at Las Positas College and Chabot after graduating in 2008 from Amador Valley High School. Tuesday, 6:56 AM

Take Us Along: A little mom-daughter bonding
This year's Amador Valley High competition cheer team spent last weekend in Twain Harte on a mother-daughter bonding trip. Tuesday, 6:56 AM

Valley Concert Chorale seeking seasoned singers
The Valley Concert Chorale is holding auditions next month for experienced singers who can sight-read and who enjoy exciting and challenging music. The chorale performs music that ranges from classical to contemporary and folk to jazz. Tuesday, 6:57 AM

'All gender' single-use restroom bill goes to governor
California businesses and state government buildings may be required to make single-occupancy restrooms available to all genders starting next year if a bill authored by Assemblymember Phil Ting (D-San Francisco) is signed into law. Tuesday, 6:57 AM | 10 comments

Tri-Valley Youth View students broadcasting new show
Tri-Valley Youth View, a 30 minute special TV program produced by middle and high school students who attended one of the TV30's Summer Camps, is now airing on TV30 and on the station's website at tv30.org Tuesday, 6:57 AM

 
 

A Costco tempest in a tea pot
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