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Jewish community to observe new year starting Sunday night
The Tri-Valley's Jewish community will usher in the Jewish New Year Sunday night with special observances at Congregation... Last comment on Sep 29, 2016 at 5:52 pm | 2 comments

State, federal bills inspired by Steinle case focus on how law enforcement stores guns
The shooting death of Pleasanton native Kate Steinle in San Francisco last year by a gun stolen from a federal ranger's car... Last comment on Sep 29, 2016 at 10:25 am | 6 comments

Pleasanton police offer new 'exchange zone' for safer transactions
The Pleasanton Police Department has a new resource for residents that want to make safe in-person transactions. Read... Last comment on Sep 28, 2016 at 11:12 pm | 2 comments

Thorne, Pentin, Ritter win endorsements of Chamber, Realtors
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne and City Council candidates Jerry Pentin and Herb Ritter won the endorsements this week of... Last comment 11 hours ago | 8 comments

 
 
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Pleasanton Weekly endorses Swalwell, Glazer, Baker, Hosterman
The Pleasanton Weekly today endorsed candidates for Congress, State Senate, State Assembly and the Bart Board of Directors that serve the interests of Pleasanton voters. Friday, 7:59 AM | 3 comments

Dennis Miller's racing picks for today's races at Alameda County Fairgrounds
Here are the picks for horse racing Friday, Sept. 30 during the final weekend of an autumn meet at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. Thursday, 3:56 PM

Outcome of Measure I1 will have lasting impact on Pleasanton schools
"Outdated and in some cases obsolete." That's how Pleasanton Unified School District Superintendent Rick Rubino summed up the state of the facilities that serve approximately 15,000 students and hundreds of teachers and staff. Friday, 8:14 AM | 4 comments

Inklings: Turn of 20th century coffee house opens downtown
Inklings, a name associated with a literary discussion group from the University of Oxford in the 1930s, opened its coffee and tea shop Tuesday in downtown Pleasanton in the vacant building at 530 Main St. once occupied by Round Table Pizza. Friday, 8:05 AM | 5 comments

Jewish community to observe new year starting Sunday night
The Tri-Valley's Jewish community will usher in the Jewish New Year Sunday night with special observances at Congregation Beth Emek in Pleasanton and at the Chabad of the Tri Valley. Thursday, 7:23 AM | 2 comments

Pleasanton: 25th anniversary gala to benefit REACH housing
Pleasanton residents don't just talk about being inclusive -- they really are. Kay King, a board member of REACH, said the city and the community have helped the organization to purchase homes that are rented to young men and women with special needs. Friday, 8:06 AM

Indian cultural event, fundraiser set for Saturday
Pleasanton residents can celebrate a significant Indian holiday through food, fashion and traditional dancing with a twist on Saturday. Thursday, 7:36 AM

Lynnewood United Methodist to celebrate 50th anniversary this weekend
Lynnewood United Methodist Church will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a Jubilee dinner Saturday and two Jubilee communion worship services at 9 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Thursday, 7:38 AM

Library to feature program Sunday on China's cultural revolution
The Pleasanton Library will host a special program Sunday dealing with the China's Cultural Revolution that took place 50 years ago. Thursday, 7:24 AM

Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department to host free fire safety expo
In recognition of Fire Prevention Week, the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department will host a free fire safety expo from 8 a.m. to noon Oct. 8. Friday, 7:48 AM

Foothill student accused of threatening fellow student on social media
An unidentified Foothill High School student was arrested yesterday on suspicion of threatening a fellow student on social media. Friday, 7:47 AM

Rohovit retiring from police department today after 26 years of service
Pleasanton Police Lieutenant Scott Rohovit will retire Friday after 26 years of service. Friday, 8:08 AM | 2 comments

Mussel inspections required for all watercraft at Shadow Cliffs
Starting Saturday, all watercraft wanting to launch into the water at Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area will need to be inspected for quagga mussels as the East Bay Regional Park District is expanding its invasive mussel program to the Pleasanton park. Thursday, 7:29 AM

Pleasanton school board appoints new Harvest Park principal
The Pleasanton school board appointed Robin Munsell the new Harvest Park Middle School principal Tuesday night, less than a week after the school head unexpectedly announced his resignation. Thursday, 7:37 AM | 9 comments

Thorne, Pentin, Ritter win endorsements of Chamber, Realtors
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne and City Council candidates Jerry Pentin and Herb Ritter won the endorsements this week of the Bay East Association of Realtors and the political action arm of the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce. Thursday, 7:37 AM | 8 comments

Pleasanton police offer new 'exchange zone' for safer transactions
The Pleasanton Police Department has a new resource for residents that want to make safe in-person transactions. Thursday, 7:39 AM | 2 comments

Sandia researchers see breakthrough in economics of biofuel production
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories believe they now know how to crack open lignin, a breakthrough that could transform the economics of biofuel production. Thursday, 7:44 AM

 

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