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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
Staying Healthy: Feeling 'safe', 'relief' post-vaccination
As a sense of normalcy begins to return to the Tri-Valley amid California's rigorous COVID-19 vaccination rollout, many fully vaccinated people are resuming activities they haven't done in over a year like...
[Thursday, April 8, 2021]

Livermore: District reopens schools for all grade levels
About 7,800 Livermore students at all grade levels returned to school on Monday for in-person instruction after more than a year of remote-only learning.
[Wednesday, March 24, 2021]

KaiserAir to take next steps toward seeking move to Livermore Airport
The Livermore Airport Commission heard a verbal update from staff and displeasure from some resident speakers Monday about the proposal to relocate the corporate offices of charter airliner KaiserAir to the Livermore Municipal Airport.
[Wednesday, March 17, 2021]

Livermore: County supervisors approve Aramis solar project after marathon appeal hearing
The Alameda County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the contentious Aramis solar energy project planned for north Livermore after nearly 10 hours of presentations, discussion and deliberations on Thursday.
[Friday, March 5, 2021]

Livermore plans to reopen all schools March 22
Livermore students attending preschool through 12th grade will be able to return to their respective campuses on March 22 following the Board of Education's unanimous vote Thursday to approve the plan to end the school dismissals.
[Tuesday, March 2, 2021]

Ace Hardware coming to vacant storefront in Livermore
Livermore will again have a midsize hardware store in town as a new Ace Hardware location is set to open this spring, replacing the Orchard Supply that closed in 2018 and has remained empty until now.
[Thursday, February 25, 2021]

Black History Month in 2021
Even with pandemic restrictions, Black History Month celebrations carry on here, taking shape virtually through webinars on video conferencing platforms and social media campaigns to disburse educational material and pay tribute.
[Thursday, February 18, 2021]

Livermore: County delays Aramis solar farm appeal hearing for second time
Alameda County officials have again postponed an appeal hearing for the large-scale solar power plant proposed for roughly two miles north of the city limits and Interstate 580 in unincorporated Livermore.
[Tuesday, February 9, 2021]

Brand-new athletic facilities await Granada High students' return to campus
The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District celebrated the completion of new state-of-the-art athletic and aquatic facilities at Granada High School this month after nearly two years of construction.
[Wednesday, January 27, 2021]

Livermore appoints Planning Commissioner Gina Bonanno to fill council vacancy
Retired scientist and second-term Planning Commissioner Gina Bonanno has been appointed to the Livermore City Council, returning the city's governing body to a full five-member roster, which is now also majority women.
[Tuesday, January 26, 2021]