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Pleasanton council OKs funding to join mental health pilot project
To expand access and services for mental health care in the Tri-Valley, the Pleasanton City Council unanimously approved... Last comment on Mar 5, 2021 at 10:03 am | 3 comments

Boarded-up building heavily damaged in Livermore fire
A vacant commercial building on the edge of downtown Livermore is likely a total loss after being severely damaged in a fire... Last comment on Mar 1, 2021 at 11:37 am | 2 comments

Pleasanton Preps: Remembering my friend, Scott Kinney
This is one of those things that sets the Kinney family apart. They decided not to hide from the moment. They wanted the... Last comment on Mar 2, 2021 at 7:59 pm | 5 comments

Pleasanton school board approves temporary grading policy
Recognizing the impact of isolation on students during the pandemic, Pleasanton Unified School District is temporarily expanding... Last comment on Mar 2, 2021 at 7:58 am | 3 comments

 
 
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"Chamber of Commerce trip"
Jerry and Cindy Sobrero, Stu and Cheryl Craig, Ken and Cindy Artinyan, Cyril Bonanno, Mark and Ann Fischer, Emil and Margie Oxsen in Tangier Morocco during a Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce trip. Fun! Submitted by Cindy Sobrero on Nov 21, 2017

 
 
 
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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, 2:36 PM

Youngest students return as Pleasanton Unified reopens for in-person learning
Pleasanton Unified School District reopened its doors for pre-K through second grade on Thursday morning, almost one week to the year since students were sent home for remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thursday, 1:38 PM

State settles teens' lawsuit, allowing high school athletes to resume indoor competitions
High school athletes will soon be able to resume indoor sports competitions if their county's COVID-19 case rates are below 14 per 100,000, holding them to the same rules as college athletes. Friday, 4:12 PM

Newsom signs $6.6B school reopening legislative package
Gov. Gavin Newsom and state legislative leaders celebrated the signing Friday of a $6.6 billion legislative package intended to support the statewide reopening of grades K-6 by the end of the month and grades 7-12 in early April. Friday, 4:21 PM

County honors Livermore veteran, founder of food aid nonprofit
Ronald Forbes, a Livermore resident and U.S. Army veteran, is working to give back to his community in a new way -- by coordinating and delivering nutritious food to families in need throughout Alameda County through his nonprofit. Thursday, 10:49 AM | 3 comments

Livermore Valley Opera presenting 'Triple Treat'
Livermore Valley Opera is again offering an operatic extravaganza with a series of free online concerts on LVOpera Channel on YouTube. 'Triple Treat 2021' will feature professional opera singers performing in three concerts... Thursday, 2:36 PM

State allows stadiums, entertainment venues and amusement parks to reopen at limited capacities
For the first time in roughly a year, Bay Area residents will be able to attend outdoor sporting and entertainment events and amusement parks, state officials announced Friday. Friday, 4:14 PM

News Digest: Business rent help in Livermore, New Alameda Superior Court mobile app & Free ride to vaccine
Livermore city officials are accepting joint applications from eligible commercial landlords and their small business tenants or lessees as part of the city's 'Commercial Rent Abatement Matching Grant Program.' Thursday, 2:36 PM

What a Week: New voice to lead East Bay Parks
New leadership is coming to the East Bay Regional Park District, and she's a heavy hitter from Bay Area city government administration: Sabrina Landreth, the former city administrator for Oakland. Thursday, 2:39 PM | 2 comments

BART revenue, ridership likely to lag behind pre-pandemic levels for most of the decade
BART budget officials said last week that they do not expect the agency's operating revenue to return to pre-pandemic levels until 2024 at the earliest, with growth not expected until late in the 2020s. Thursday, 2:39 PM

Charges filed against company owner over worker's death at San Ramon job site
The owner of a Concord-based landscaping company was charged this week with two felonies in connection with the death of an employee at a worksite in San Ramon nearly three years ago, prosecutors said Thursday. Thursday, 4:01 PM

Pleasanton council OKs funding to join mental health pilot project
To expand access and services for mental health care in the Tri-Valley, the Pleasanton City Council unanimously approved using city funds for a regional mental health pilot program on Tuesday. Wednesday, 11:30 AM | 3 comments

Fair food favorites returning for special showcase this month
The Alameda County Fairgrounds is showcasing many of the popular foods synonymous with the annual summer fair at a special outdoor dining event running this month in Pleasanton. Wednesday, 10:12 PM

LPD: No criminal charges in crash that killed cyclist on Stanley Blvd.
Livermore police recently completed their investigation into a traffic collision on Stanley Boulevard in which a bicyclist died, determining the longtime rider was at fault in the late-December crash. Wednesday, 3:13 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Remembering my friend, Scott Kinney
This is one of those things that sets the Kinney family apart. They decided not to hide from the moment. They wanted the truth to be told after Scott's death -- to help others. Sunday, 4:42 PM | 5 comments

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, 4:46 PM

 

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