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School board to consider amended contract for interim superintendent Ochoa
The Pleasanton school board is set Tuesday to consider an addendum to Micaela Ochoa's contract that would compensate her... Last comment 6 hours ago | 39 comments

Signs of the times
When John Deus, 74, takes to the road, he doesn't just keep an eye on the traffic and other hazards. He's also alert for... Last comment on Mar 24, 2017 at 12:47 pm | 2 comments

Editorial: PUSD must shine a little light, start rebuilding trust
Ironically, Sunshine Week 2017 ended in Pleasanton last Friday with the school district seemingly doing its utmost to keep... Last comment 18 hours ago | 50 comments

Goodguys car show taking over fairgrounds this weekend
The Goodguys Rod & Custom Association is set to kick off its 2017 show season with the 35th All American Get-Together this... Last comment on Mar 24, 2017 at 5:17 pm | 19 comments

 
 
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"Route 66 Beginning - Chicago"
Rode my motorcycle to Chicago and then returned to California along Historic Route 66 to Santa Monica Pier. John Deus, Pleasanton Submitted by JOHN DEUS on Sep 29, 2015

 
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Valley View kindergartner showing off kung fu skills on NBC's 'Little Big Shots'
Martial arts are a popular activity for children throughout the Tri-Valley. For 6-year-old Calleigh Tsay, kung fu is a passion that runs in the family and something she looks forward to every week. Wednesday, 2:35 PM

City Council OKs commission, committee appointments
The Pleasanton City Council last week appointed 21 local resident volunteers to positions on various city commissions and advisory committees. Wednesday, 3:23 PM

Dykzeul named PUSD Classified Employee of the Year
The Pleasanton Unified School District has selected Maria Dykzeul as its 2016-17 Classified Employee of the Year. Wednesday, 3:26 PM

Pleasanton holding free bike safety workshops
The city of Pleasanton and Bike East Bay are teaming up to present free bicycle safety workshops starting this weekend to help cyclists learn about road safety and gear up for Bike to School and Bike to Work days in May. Wednesday, 3:31 PM

School board approves amended contract for interim superintendent Ochoa
The Pleasanton school board Tuesday unanimously approved an addendum to Micaela Ochoa's contract compensating her an extra $10,000 for serving as PUSD's interim superintendent. Wednesday, 7:35 AM | 4 comments

Calling all submissions for annual Mother-Daughter Lookalike Contest
Mother's Day is right around the corner on May 14, and the Pleasanton Weekly is once again holding its popular Mother-Daughter Lookalike Contest, which is voted on by readers. Tuesday, 1:54 PM

Pleasanton Seahawks hosting large swim meet this week
The Pleasanton Seahawks and the city's Dolores Bengtson Aquatic Center are playing host to the Far Westerns swim meet this weekend that is expected to draw around 1,500 teen swimmers to town. Tuesday, 3:50 PM | 2 comments

'Snow White' spoof headed for Pleasanton
Each spring, a talented troupe visits underserved schools in the East Bay to acquaint students with the magic of musical theater. To help fund the free shows, East Bay Children's Theatre gives paying performances in public venues, and this year Pleasanton has been added to the schedule. Monday, 5:18 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Falcons earn close comeback win in EBAL opener
The Foothill varsity baseball team opened its East Bay Athletic League season with a win last week, rallying to take a 2-1 win over a tough Dublin team. Tuesday, 4:33 PM

UPDATE: San Jose man dies in I-680 crash in Pleasanton early Saturday
The Alameda County Coroner's Bureau has identified San Jose resident Matthew Tia, 33, as the victim of a fatal crash on northbound Interstate 680 in Pleasanton just after 3 a.m. Saturday. Monday, 3:14 PM

PUSD's Adult and Career Education Dept. adds to spring offerings
Always wanted to learn embroidery, acquire a new language or become more fiscally savvy? PUSD's Adult and Career Education Department is currently enrolling students for several new community education classes just added to its spring semester offerings. Monday, 9:12 PM

Signs of the times
When John Deus, 74, takes to the road, he doesn't just keep an eye on the traffic and other hazards. He's also alert for interesting signage. "I think I've photographed about 75 different signs during my travels," said Deus (pronounced the German way, "Doyce"). Thursday, 8:00 PM | 2 comments

 

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2017 guide to summer camps

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