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Meet the Pleasanton candidates
Sample ballots and voter information pamphlets will be mailed to Pleasanton's 41,150 registered voters Oct. 6 with mail-in... Last comment on Sep 29, 2014 at 4:41 pm | 1 comment

Pleasanton woman's retirement hobby turns into beautiful business
Pleasanton resident Remy Dato may be retired from her career as a principal scientist with Johnson & Johnson, but she certainly... Last comment 17 hours ago | 1 comment

Local Businesses -STOP posting Political Signs downtown
I do not appreciate seeing your biased political signs cluttering the front of a restaurant, bank, hair salon, real estate... Last comment 5 hours ago | 5 comments

Stanford, ValleyCare sign affiliation agreement
Stanford Health Care and ValleyCare Health System jointly announced Friday that they have signed an affiliation agreement. Read... Last comment 12 hours ago | 5 comments

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"Gold at Hershey State Meet"
Athenian Athletics team participated in the Hershey Norcal State Meet held in San Jose on June 14th. The 4x100 meters relay team of Austin Telles, Anurag Koyyada, Eathan Hanley, and Rohit Menon from Harvest Park middle school won the gold medal with a time of 49.29 seconds. The team has an opportunity to participate in the Hershey North American Finals to held in Hershey, PA on August 2nd. The team is coached by Rik Richardson. Submitted by Santosh Menon on Jun 18, 2014

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Pleasanton Weekly, TV30 hosting Pleasanton candidates forums tomorrow night
The Pleasanton Weekly and TV30 will host two free and public forums for Pleasanton mayoral and City Council candidates starting at 7 p.m. Thursday. Wednesday, 7:05 AM

Calendar change, security highlight concerns of Pleasanton school board candidates at TV30 forum
The recent Pleasanton schools calendar change, security on school campuses and teacher tenure were some of the issues talked about by Pleasanton school board candidates on a Tri-Valley Community Television 2014 Election Special. Wednesday, 7:24 AM | 15 comments

Sample ballots in the mail to Pleasanton's 41,150 registered voters
Sample ballots and voter information pamphlets have been mailed to Pleasanton's 41,150 registered voters with mail-in ballots ready to be marked and sent to the Alameda County Registrar or dropped off at the City Clerk's office in the Pleasanton City Hall starting Oct. 8. Wednesday, 7:04 AM | 1 comments

California enacts statewide plastic bag ban, following lead in Alameda County
California has become the first state to ban single-use plastic bags statewide. Wednesday, 7:20 AM

Volunteers sought for Pleasanton's holiday parade
Volunteers are needed to help manage the city's annual holiday parade, scheduled this year for Dec. 6 on Main Street in downtown Pleasanton. Wednesday, 7:25 AM

Stanford, ValleyCare sign affiliation agreement
Stanford Health Care and ValleyCare Health System jointly announced Friday that they have signed an affiliation agreement. Wednesday, 7:07 AM | 5 comments

Hearst principal named assessment coordinator in Pleasanton school district
Mike Kuhfal, the longtime principal at Hearst Elementary School, has been appointed as the new coordinator of assessment in the Pleasanton Unified School District. Wednesday, 7:01 AM | 13 comments

TV30 to broadcast 6 Tri-Valley high school football games
TV30 will broadcast a Tri-Valley high school football game at 7 p.m. every Saturday night starting Saturday with play-by-play coverage of Friday night' game between California High at Granada High this week. Wednesday, 7:01 AM

Hedge Funds? We Don't Need No Stinkin' Hedge Funds!
After CalPERS, the largest public pension fund in the U.S., announced this month that they're selling all 30 hedge funds in their portfolio - about $4 billion--investors might be asking "Should I sell my hedge fund?" The short answer: Yes. Wednesday, 7:01 AM

Alameda County cited as national model for boosting economic development
Alameda County's unique efforts to stimulate growth in the local economy, including a collaboration with the private sector to boost East Bay business and help job-seekers, are drawing the attention of government leaders from around the country as they explore the roles counties play in regional economic development. Wednesday, 7:07 AM


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