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Council OKs Asian Gateway center on Pleasanton's east side
The Pleasanton City Council last night approved the construction of a multi-million-dollar, Asian-focused retail and office... Last comment 6 hours ago | 10 comments

Equality California endorses Joan Buchanan for State Senate
Equality California has announced its sole endorsement of Joan Buchanan in her campaign for State Senate. Read the full... Last comment on Mar 3, 2015 at 11:45 am | 2 comments

Pleasanton Weekly distributes $80,940 to 10 Holiday Fund beneficiaries
The Pleasanton Weekly distributed checks totaling $80,940 Thursday to 10 nonprofits that are beneficiaries of the newspaper's... Last comment on Feb 27, 2015 at 10:43 am | 3 comments

Whole Foods to open Dublin store in May
A new 40,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market will open May 20 in a new retail center under construction across Hacienda Drive... Last comment on Mar 2, 2015 at 2:08 pm | 13 comments

 
 
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"Bullseye Varsity Win In Tahoe!"
The Bullseye Basketball Team travelled to South Lake Tahoe over the Memorial Day Weekend to participate in the Xtreme Hoops Tournament. It was an exciting weekend and the boys played great. The Varsity team played four games and went undefeated to bring home the Championship Trophy. Brandon Ruotolo & Brett Barker were high scorers for the tournament - each putting down 47 points. Scott Rasnick was just behind them with 39 points. Pictured above: Top row: Stokley Arnez Chaffee, Brandon Ruotolo, Nick Herbert, Brett Barker, Jacob Duarte, Eric Homan, Connor Rhodes, Cade Lau, Jake Weiman, Scott Rasnick. Front row: Hakim Tokhi, Jordan Reese and Josh Llanos. This is the second year the Bullseye have won this tournament! Submitted by Anna Ruotolo on May 28, 2014

 
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Council OKs Asian-focused retail center on northeast side
The Pleasanton City Council Tuesday approved the construction of a multi-million-dollar, Asian-focused retail and office center in Staples Ranch which will serve as a designated gateway to the city's northeast side. Wednesday, 7:56 AM | 10 comments

State increases water project allocation
The California Department of Water Resources notified Zone 7 Water Agency, which supplies treated drinking water to retailers serving Pleasanton residents, and other State Water Contractors that the 2015 allocation is being increased from 15% to 20%. Wednesday, 7:24 AM

Winter Spare the Air season comes to a close
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District's 2014-2015 Winter Spare the Air season ended last Saturday with a total of 23 Winter Spare the Air Alerts issued. Wednesday, 7:10 AM

Pleasanton mayor, most on council endorse Glazer for State Senate
Candidate for State Senate Steve Glazer said Monday that he has secured endorsements from four out of the five members of the Pleasanton City Council. Wednesday, 7:09 AM

Yale Russian Chorus to perform in Livermore Saturday
When the Yale Russian Chorus reached out across the country to find interested audiences, St. Innocent Orthodox Church in Livermore responded. Wednesday, 7:09 AM

Equality California endorses Joan Buchanan for State Senate
Equality California has announced its sole endorsement of Joan Buchanan in her campaign for State Senate. Wednesday, 7:10 AM | 2 comments

Two men fatally shot in Livermore identified
Police yesterday released the names of two men who were shot to death in Livermore late Sunday afternoon in an apparent dispute over contraband. Wednesday, 7:21 AM

Foothill PTO supports PTSA formation
Foothill High School Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) voted in full support of establishing a Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) during its Feb. 18 meeting. Wednesday, 7:10 AM | 3 comments

District attorney to talk about dangers of prescription drugs at Pleasanton forum
The City of Pleasanton's Free Community Education Series continues on Wednesday, March 18 with a special presentation for parents and students entitled "What Every Parent Needs to Know: The Dangers of Prescription Drugs." Wednesday, 7:11 AM

Thoratec to describe benefits of its advanced-stage heart devices to investors
Pleasanton-based Thoratec Corporation will be participating in two upcoming investor conferences this month, starting with the Raymond James 36th Annual Institutional Investors Conference in Orlando, Florida today. Wednesday, 7:14 AM

'The Spirit of the Old West'
Jerry Fick's "The Spirit of the Old West," a permanent exhibit at the Blackhawk Museum, showcases the American westward expansion from the early 1700s through the early 1900s. Wednesday, 7:14 AM

Red Cross to hold Pleasanton blood drive today through Friday
The American Red Cross will be hosting over 20 blood drives throughout the Tri-Valley in March including three in Pleasanton today through Friday. Wednesday, 7:20 AM

Pleasanton Weekly distributes $80,940 to 10 Holiday Fund beneficiaries
The Pleasanton Weekly distributed checks totaling $80,940 Thursday to 10 nonprofits that are beneficiaries of the newspaper's 2014 Holiday Fund campaign. Wednesday, 7:20 AM | 3 comments

 

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