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DeSaulnier to skip Trump presidential inauguration
Second-term Congressman Mark (D-Concord), whose district includes Danville and Alamo, has announced that he will not attend... Last comment 10 minutes ago | 25 comments

School board to discuss appointing interim superintendent, other next steps Tuesday
The Pleasanton school board will consider appointing an interim superintendent and discuss the search process for hiring... Last comment 3 hours ago | 12 comments

Editorial: From troubled to trainwreck for Pleasanton school district
The Pleasanton school board had an opportunity to build back the trust of the public and prove to voters they made a good... Last comment 36 minutes ago | 68 comments

Pleasanton 2017: Building boom continues
For a city that only a few years ago elected a slow-growth City Council, voted for a measure limiting the number of apartments... Last comment 1 hour ago | 13 comments

 
 
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"A Class of Bunnies"
Teacher Megan Woo and fourth graders from Hacienda School in Pleasanton, California visit Intel Museum to learn about silicon chip making, clean rooms, and "bunny" suits. Submitted by Megan Woo on May 13, 2016

 
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Government offices, schools closed today to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr
Schools and government offices will be closed today to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., an observance held each year on the third Monday in January to celebrate the accomplishments of the civil rights leader. Monday, 7:47 AM

School board to discuss appointing interim superintendent tomorrow night
The Pleasanton school board will consider appointing an interim superintendent and discuss the search process for hiring a permanent district leader for the 2017-18 school year at its regular meeting Tuesday night. Monday, 8:23 AM | 12 comments

American Legion to hold oratorical contest Saturday
American Legion Post 237 of Pleasanton will hold its annual oratorical contest starting at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Veterans Memorial Building at 301 Main St. The deadline for entry is today. Monday, 8:50 AM

East Bay Parks holding disaster plan meeting
The East Bay Regional Park District is holding a public workshop at 10 a.m. next Monday (Jan. 23) to gather feedback and suggestions from residents on handling natural disasters that could affect its 120,000-acre district, including Pleasanton. Monday, 10:00 AM

More wet weather possible this week
Today will be partly cloudy in the morning, then becoming sunny. But wet weather is headed toward Pleasanton and the Tri-Valley later this week Monday, 7:57 AM

DeSaulnier to skip Trump presidential inauguration
Second-term Congressman Mark (D-Concord), whose district includes Danville and Alamo, has announced that he will not attend the presidential inauguration of Republican Donald Trump next Friday in Washington, D.C. Monday, 8:07 AM | 25 comments

Tri-Valley mayors now in Washington to meet with Congressional reps, agencies
Tri-Valley mayors, including Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne, are in Washington D.C. this week to attend the U.S. Conference of Mayors' 85th Winter meeting and also to meet with legislators and federal agencies. Monday, 8:16 AM | 3 comments

UC Berkeley hires new head football coach
Defensive coordinator for the University of Wisconsin football team has been chosen as the UC Berkeley's new head football coach. Monday, 8:07 AM

Swalwell appointed to Judiciary Committee
Pleasanton's Congressman Eric Swalwell recently announced he will join the House Judiciary Committee in addition to continuing to serve on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Monday, 8:24 AM

Pleasanton 2017: Building boom continues
For a city that only a few years ago elected a slow-growth City Council, voted for a measure limiting the number of apartments and homes to 29,000 and even stalled the planned extension of Stoneridge Drive to Livermore by nearly a decade, times have changed. Just look at what's in store in 2017. Monday, 8:24 AM | 13 comments

Editorial: From troubled to trainwreck for Pleasanton school district
The Pleasanton school board had an opportunity to build back the trust of the public and prove to voters they made a good choice retaining two incumbents in the recent election. Monday, 9:04 AM | 68 comments

Vader joins the force
The force has gained a familiar name as an ally in Pleasanton. Monday, 9:04 AM

Open Heart Kitchen names new executive director
The Board of Directors of Open Heart Kitchen has appointed Heather Greaux as its the new executive director. Monday, 9:05 AM | 1 comments

Watercolor exhibit at Harrington Gallery
The Harrington Gallery at the Firehouse Arts Center is hosting the California Watercolor Association's Annual National Exhibition for the third year, opening tomorrow. Monday, 9:05 AM

Pleasanton Police Department announces 3 promotions
This week, Pleasanton Police Chief Dave Spiller promoted two officers and one lieutenant at a badge pinning and oath of office ceremony in the City Council chambers. Monday, 9:05 AM | 1 comments

New Web page to follow Downtown Specific Plan
A new webpage dedicated to providing easy to access information and updates related to the update of Pleasanton's Downtown Strategic Plan is now online to give the public ongoing information on the work of a task force appointed to prepare this new plan. Monday, 8:07 AM | 2 comments

 

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Memories of the Pineapple Express and Lake Tahoe
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