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Reflections with Pleasanton's Scott Adams
Dressed casually for the summer heat and wearing shades, Scott Adams obviously doesn't mind less attention in the quaint... Last comment 7 hours ago | 24 comments

Tim Talk: Downtown Livermore debate heats up
The Friends of Livermore just made this fall's election season even more interesting. When the Livermore City Council approved... Last comment on Sep 22, 2018 at 11:31 pm | 4 comments

Council formally rescinds JDEDZ for more environmental analysis
The Pleasanton City Council has voted to cancel its previous Johnson Drive Economic Development Zone approvals and order... Last comment on Sep 21, 2018 at 9:08 am | 7 comments

Pleasanton council candidates differ on key city issues at Weekly's forum
The four candidates seeking election to two available seats on the Pleasanton City Council put their best feet forward at... Last comment 4 hours ago | 24 comments

 
 
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"Pleasanton Wedding!"
Mia and Kurt both grew up in Pleasanton and met in high school at Amador Valley, where their relationship began. These high school sweethearts kept it local and tied the knot in Pleasanton on Saturday 1/14/17. Submitted by Mia Schmidt on Feb 8, 2017

 
 
 
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PPIE funding Outdoor Ed buses for students
Last week, Valley View Elementary students kicked off Pleasanton Unified's annual Outdoor Education tradition by heading out to a camp in Loma Mar -- this time on buses funded completely by the Pleasanton Partnerships in Education (PPIE) Foundation. Sunday, 5:17 PM

LPFD: Houses spared from flames after car fire spreads to grass
A vehicle fire on Interstate 580 between Santa Rita Road and El Charro Road on Sunday night spread to adjacent grass and to a nearby backyard fence, but was stopped short of threatening houses near the freeway, the Livermore Pleasanton Fire Department said. Sunday, 9:43 PM

Night Market back in Pleasanton
Round two of the NorCal Night Market is coming back to Pleasanton later this week, and the Asian-inspired event has over 100 vendors and artists set to take over the fairgrounds. Sunday, 5:17 PM

Pleasanton gallery presents 'Fibre Theatricks'
"Fibre Theatricks" opens at the Harrington Gallery in the Firehouse Arts Center next week, a major juried installation that features professional artists from the international Studio Art Quilt Associates. Sunday, 5:18 PM

Reflections with Pleasanton's Scott Adams
Dressed casually for the summer heat and wearing shades, Scott Adams obviously doesn't mind less attention in the quaint downtown Pleasanton restaurant that he frequents for a tranquil meal during lunch. Thursday, 2:20 PM | 24 comments

Pleasanton RADD athletes earn various medals at softball event
Pleasanton RADD athletes played well to garner a variety of medals at the Special Olympics Northern California softball competition last month in Walnut Creek. Sunday, 5:18 PM

Pleasanton council candidates differ on key city issues at Weekly's forum
The four candidates seeking election to two available seats on the Pleasanton City Council put their best feet forward at a public forum Monday, but not all were in step with the current council's agenda for the next four years. Wednesday, 1:44 PM | 24 comments

CHP to focus on child passenger safety this week
Law enforcement agencies throughout the region will be working to ensure that children are riding safely in vehicles during Child Passenger Safety Week throughout this week. Sunday, 5:19 PM

Council formally rescinds JDEDZ for more environmental analysis
The Pleasanton City Council has voted to cancel its previous Johnson Drive Economic Development Zone approvals and order more environmental review of the rezoning project that would lay the regulatory framework for bringing Costco, two hotels and other businesses to the 40-acre area near the I-580/I-680 interchange. Wednesday, 9:45 AM | 7 comments

Three comediennes return to Bothwell to benefit theater
Funny ladies Regina Stoops, Margaret Zhao and Stacy Gustafson, plus Ashley Gustafson as emcee, will take the stage for a night of laughter in "One Night, Three Women, Too Funny" next Saturday (Sept. 29) to benefit the Bothwell Arts Center in Livermore. Sunday, 5:18 PM

Tim Talk: Downtown Livermore debate heats up
The Friends of Livermore just made this fall's election season even more interesting. When the Livermore City Council approved the downtown plan this month, the group announced a referendum to overturn the decision. Thursday, 2:29 PM | 4 comments

Tri-Valley leaders oppose BART housing bill
Housing and traffic congestion are hot-button issues facing the Bay Area, but one proposed solution currently on the governor's desk has garnered significant opposition from leaders across the Tri-Valley and in other East Bay communities. Tuesday, 4:39 PM | 7 comments

Pleasanton PD issues 20 citations to drivers in pedestrian crossing sting
"Pedestrians Don't Have Armor." That's the headline of a recent social media post by the Pleasanton Police Department highlighting officers' recent sting operation targeting drivers who fail to legally yield to walkers in city crosswalks. Tuesday, 12:08 PM | 10 comments

Girl dies days after being pulled from Castlewood pool
A young Pleasanton girl died in the hospital days after being pulled unresponsive from the Castlewood Country Club pool, the Alameda County Sheriff's Office reported Wednesday morning. Wednesday, 1:44 PM | 5 comments

 

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