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Jeremy Walsh

Editor, Embarcadero Media/East Bay Division

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About Jeremy
Jeremy Walsh is the editor of Embarcadero Media's East Bay Division, including the Pleasanton Weekly, and He joined the company in late 2013, two days after returning from his honeymoon. After serving as associate editor, he was promoted to editor in early 2017.

With primary duties focused on editing stories for the websites and daily Express emails as well as overseeing the Pleasanton Weekly print edition, Jeremy fills in on a variety of news coverage as needed — notable topics such as the Pleasanton Costco saga, serious breaking news, public agency investigations and court cases.

Jeremy also pens a biweekly column, What a Week, which debuted in 2021; serves on the Editorial Board, including writing editorial comments; and is part of the division's award-winning candidate forum moderator team.

A Benicia native who studied journalism at American University in Washington, D.C. (Class of 2010), Jeremy is a big Bay Area sports fan, enjoys movies and is an avid golfer. He lives in Pleasant Hill with his wife and son.
Stories by Jeremy
Festive tree lighting takes center stage after rain cancels Pleasanton holiday parade
Revelers gazed toward the sky to take in the colorful display as the holiday tree was illuminated during a festive ceremony Saturday -- although the rain clouds did put a damper on the evening, canceling the popular annual parade.
[Sunday, December 4, 2022]

Pleasanton holiday parade canceled; tree lighting will go on
The Pleasanton downtown holiday parade has been canceled, but the tree lighting will go on Saturday evening -- early, at 5 p.m. -- outside of the Museum on Main, city officials decided just after 3:30 p.m. due to the ongoing rain.
[Saturday, December 3, 2022]

Pleasanton ready for holiday parade Saturday -- if weather holds
Pleasanton is set to host its annual Hometown Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony in downtown this Saturday evening -- as long as the weather cooperates.
[Wednesday, November 30, 2022]

News Digest: Wreaths Across Pleasanton preparations | New police dispatcher | $1 million mark for local foundation
The effort is underway for Wreaths Across Pleasanton, which aims later this month to place holiday wreaths at the burial place of every military veteran interred at Pioneer Cemetery. Read that and more in our News Digest...
[Thursday, December 1, 2022]

High-speed crash turns fatal on I-580 east of Livermore
A driver died after losing control of his SUV while traveling around 100 mph and crashing down an embankment on Interstate 580 east of Livermore on Tuesday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
[Tuesday, November 29, 2022]

Coroner IDs woman killed in Thanksgiving Day car crash outside Livermore
Authorities have confirmed the identity of the Fremont woman who died in a head-on collision on rural Altamont Pass Road in unincorporated Livermore on Thanksgiving afternoon.
[Tuesday, November 29, 2022]

Passenger killed in head-on crash on Thanksgiving Day
A passenger died on Thanksgiving afternoon after the driver of the car allegedly tried to pass slower traffic but crashed head-on into an oncoming vehicle in unincorporated Tri-Valley.
[Friday, November 25, 2022]

What a Week: Pleasanton's new city manager making his mark
Beaudin just received unanimous support from the City Council (who admittedly tread carefully that night) to revamp the city's longstanding process for identifying and prioritizing public projects, programs and policies initiatives.
[Friday, November 25, 2022]

News Digest: Small Business Saturday | Catalytic converter 'Etch and Catch' event | Val Vista Park survey
The Tri-Valley community is gearing up for Small Business Saturday this weekend, when residents are encouraged to shop, dine and visit locally on the day after Black Friday. See that and more in our News Digest...
[Wednesday, November 23, 2022]

Police: Man dies in apparent self-defense shooting in Dublin
Dublin police confirmed on Tuesday that a man died from gunshot injuries apparently fired in self defense amid a domestic dispute that turned violent at an apartment complex two days earlier.
[Tuesday, November 22, 2022]