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Nelly's taco truck offered new home at winery after being forced from longtime spot
After being forced to relocate from where it had been operating for nearly two decades, Nelly's taco truck has now been offered... Last comment 19 minutes ago | 2 comments

Some new BART cars expected to be in service by September
New BART cars are expected to start carrying passengers in late September following final testing this summer, BART officials... Last comment 19 hours ago | 1 comment

Pleasanton poised for annual road maintenance
Pleasanton city officials are ready to move forward with their annual street resurfacing and preventative maintenance program... Last comment on Jul 26, 2017 at 8:22 am | 9 comments

Pleasanton Farmers' Market: Fresh food, family, friends and fun
On a Saturday morning in downtown Pleasanton, West Angela Street is often filled with the musical stylings of local singers,... Last comment 2 hours ago | 2 comments

 
 
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On a cruise ship in Antarctica. Left to right: Bruce and Barbara McLeod, Bev and Dave Naegle, Susan and Scott Nelson. Yes, it's cold there, even in their "summer". Submitted by Barbara McLeod (sent from account of Scott an on Feb 23, 2017

 
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New Dublin courthouse aims to improve efficiency, reduce costs
After 20 years, $147 million and touch-and-go construction progress, Dublin's new East County Hall of Justice is finally open for business. "It's beautiful," said Alameda County Superior Court Presiding Judge Morris Jacobson. "It's a very good facility." Thursday, 12:16 PM

Editorial: Tacos, anyone?
We're encouraged to hear that Nelly's taco truck owner Nelly Ramirez and representatives of Casa Real at Ruby Hill Winery are working on a possible agreement that will allow both businesses to continue to thrive. Thursday, 5:14 PM

Spotlighting Firehouse Arts Center's 2017-18 lineup
Legendary names and award-winning productions are all headed to the Firehouse Arts Center for the 2017-18 season, its eighth. Firehouse supervisor Rob Vogt said it is a "season of firsts" for the theater. Thursday, 11:55 AM

Pooch Parade returns next week
Downtown Pleasanton is going to the dogs -- literally -- next week when the 20th annual Pooch Parade trots down Main Street to close out this year's 1st Wednesday Street Parties series. Thursday, 1:31 PM

Nelly's taco truck offered new home at winery after being forced to move
After being forced to relocate from where it had been operating for nearly two decades, Nelly's taco truck has now been offered a new home not far from its original location on Vineyard Avenue. Thursday, 2:06 PM | 2 comments

Pleasanton Valley Dolphins repeat as league champs
The Pleasanton Valley Club Dolphins captured their third straight Valley Swim League championship meet title last weekend, breaking three league records in the process. Thursday, 11:33 AM

Pleasanton's accessibility standards
The Pleasanton City Council is set to have a discussion in the coming months about the city's standards for making new developments accessible to physically disabled residents. Wednesday, 4:49 PM

Pleasanton woman killed in rollover on Niles Canyon Road
A 59-year-old Pleasanton woman was killed in a rollover crash on Niles Canyon Road in Fremont on Monday afternoon, according to authorities. Tuesday, 2:02 PM

Some new BART cars expected to be in service by September
New BART cars are expected to start carrying passengers in late September following final testing this summer, BART officials said Monday. Wednesday, 4:55 PM | 1 comments

Pleasanton poised for annual road repairs
Pleasanton city officials are ready to move forward with their annual street resurfacing and preventative maintenance program later this summer after the City Council last week approved contracts and other items related to the estimated $6.18 million project. Monday, 1:20 PM | 9 comments

Pleasanton Preps: Aces ready to represent Tri-Valley in World Series
Getting to any level of Little League World Series action takes a special group of players and coaches. To make it to three straight is an incredible accomplishment. Tuesday, 3:32 PM

TV30 airing new episode of 'Tri-Valley Youth View'
"Tri-Valley Youth View," an hour-long television program produced by middle and high school students, is now airing on TV30 and available through the station's website. Wednesday, 4:53 PM

 

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