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Cierra Bailey

Editor, Livermore Vine

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About Cierra
Cierra started her journalism career after college as an editorial intern with the Pleasanton Weekly in 2014. After pursuing opportunities in digital and broadcast media and attending graduate school at Syracuse University, she’s back as the editor of the Vine.
Stories by Cierra
JMC Cellars joins Livermore Valley Wine Community
JMC Cellars may be the newest winery on the block in Livermore, but its owner and location are very familiar to the community. Winemaker Jessica Carroll opened her own venture in the same exact location where she worked for years...
[Thursday, December 7, 2023]

Rite Aid closing nearly 200 stores, including one in Livermore
There is little time left to shop or pick up prescriptions at the Vasco Plaza Rite Aid as the drugstore is set to shutter its doors for good next week.
[Tuesday, December 5, 2023]

Souza elevated to permanent CEO of Livermore chamber
Sherri Souza is dropping 'interim' from the front of her title and stepping into the role of permanent president and CEO of the Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce.
[Sunday, November 26, 2023]

Legacy at Livermore now welcoming residents
Developer Legacy Partners has announced that its new 222-unit, mixed-use community in downtown Livermore is now open and accepting lease applications.
[Monday, November 20, 2023]

Livermore, Granada high schools shifting to semester schedule
Students attending either of the two comprehensive high schools in Livermore will face a transition from the current trimester schedule to a more traditional semester system in the 2024-25 school year.
[Wednesday, November 22, 2023]

Coroner investigating death at Las Positas College
The Alameda County Coroner's Bureau is currently conducting a death investigation in relation to an unspecified incident that occurred on Wednesday at Las Positas College. 
[Wednesday, November 15, 2023]

Residents express frustration, distrust over Garaventa Hills housing project
Emotions ran high during last week's neighborhood meeting to discuss the resurgence of the proposed 44-unit Garaventa Hills housing development planned for North Livermore.
[Tuesday, November 7, 2023]

DA's office wins preliminary injunction to halt Livermore company's online vape sales
With a lawsuit underway against Livermore-based Apollo E-cigs, DA Pamela Price's office recently announced that the court granted a preliminary injunction extending a temporary restraining order that bars the company from selling...
[Tuesday, October 31, 2023]

Livermore to restart cultural exchange program with Japanese sister city
The cities of Livermore and Yotsukaido, Japan, will resume their sister city cultural exchange program for youth next fall, following a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
[Thursday, October 26, 2023]

Legendary activist, educator Harry Edwards shares 'Views of America's Future' in Dublin
Local officials, high school students, military personnel and other community members gathered in a theater at Regal Hacienda Crossings in Dublin to hear a keynote address by activist and sociologist Harry Edwards.
[Wednesday, October 25, 2023]