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Pleasanton teen accepts plea deal for fatal crash that killed Dublin bicyclist
A Pleasanton teen has accepted a plea deal in the criminal case stemming from a high-speed crash on Foothill Road that killed... Last comment 1 hour ago | 22 comments

Reining in prom expenses
If you've got teenagers, you already know how expensive high school can be. Read the full story here ... Last comment 32 minutes ago | 15 comments

Hart Middle School plans launch of engineering academy
Hart Middle School will host an open house April 29 in preparation for its launch of an engineering academy in the 2014-15... Last comment on Apr 17, 2014 at 6:14 pm | 7 comments

Humane Society cancels garden tour because of drought
The Valley Humane Society has cancelled its annual Hidden Gardens of the Valley tour scheduled for later this spring because... Last comment on Apr 17, 2014 at 6:08 pm | 6 comments

 
 
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"4 Peat for Boy Varsity!"
The Dons opened the holiday hoops tourney season with a 4 Peat at the Gold Dust Tournament in Placerville. The Boys Varsity Team went undefeated and had a tough win against Del Oro. The boys brought home the Championship trophy with a final score of 52 to 51 and a big WIN! 4 Peat!! Submitted by Anna Ruotolo on Dec 7, 2013

 
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Pleasanton teen accepts plea deal for fatal crash that killed Dublin bicyclist
A Pleasanton teen has accepted a plea deal in the criminal case stemming from a high-speed crash on Foothill Road that killed a Dublin bicyclist last June. Friday, 7:30 AM | 22 comments

Workshops promote clowning around
Many children, at one point, dream of running away with the circus but they usually lose interest by the time they finish elementary school. Friday, 7:39 AM

'Every 15 minutes' program stirs emotions at Foothill High
Every 15 minutes someone in the country dies from an alcohol-related traffic accident, and Foothill High School students Olivia Hartjen and Marissa Khoury deserve our thanks for the work they've done over the past year or so to stop these tragedies, at least locally. Friday, 7:47 AM | 2 comments

Send in your photos for Weekly's annual Mother-Daughter Lookalike Contest
With Mother's Day right around the corner, the Pleasanton Weekly is launching its annual Mother-Daughter Lookalike Contest. Friday, 7:30 AM

Reining in prom expenses
If you've got teenagers, you already know how expensive high school can be. Friday, 7:31 AM | 15 comments

AC Transit's CFO charged with stealing church funds
Alameda-Contra Costa Transit's chief financial officer has been charged with four felony counts of grand theft for allegedly taking more than
$500,000 over a six-year period from one of Oakland's largest and most prominent churches. Friday, 7:31 AM | 1 comments

Humane Society cancels garden tour because of drought
The Valley Humane Society has cancelled its annual Hidden Gardens of the Valley tour scheduled for later this spring because of current drought conditions. Friday, 7:31 AM | 6 comments

Hart Middle School plans launch of engineering academy
Hart Middle School will host an open house April 29 in preparation for its launch of an engineering academy in the 2014-15 school year. Friday, 7:31 AM | 7 comments

ValleyCare auxiliary exceeds 1.6-million hours in volunteer service
Since their origination in 1958, even before Valley Memorial Hospital opened, the ValleyCare Auxiliary has given 1,6 million hours of volunteer time and has been responsible for raising more than $6 million to expand facilities, programs and services. Friday, 7:31 AM

Here come the Easter eggs!
Vintage Hills Elementary School kindergartners, joined by dozens of their parents and supporters, took part in a class-wide egg drop assignment April 9, well before the Easter egg rolls that are underway this week. Friday, 7:30 AM | 2 comments

State revenue totaled totaled $6.4 billion in March, state controller reports
State Controller John Chiang said Friday that revenues for March totaled $6.4 billion, surpassing estimates in the 2014-15 Governor's budget by $470.9 million, or 7.9%. Friday, 7:31 AM | 15 comments

 

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