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Pleasanton police arrest pair in package theft
Pleasanton police officials are urging people to take necessary precautions when expecting holiday deliveries in the wake... Last comment 1 hour ago | 3 comments

Raises OK’d for PUSD classified staff, management
In line with the recently approved agreement with the teachers union, the approvals featured a 2.5% salary increase for members... Last comment 10 hours ago | 3 comments

City installing new railing along sidewalk of concern on Foothill Road
The Pleasanton City Council signed off on separate plans detailing desired improvements for bicyclists and pedestrians on... Last comment on Dec 14, 2018 at 11:40 am | 2 comments

Around Pleasanton: The five
It's all about the five U.S. cities named Pleasanton and how the other four -- in Texas, Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska -- are... Last comment on Dec 14, 2018 at 10:18 am | 1 comment

 
 
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"Antarctica 6"
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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Pleasanton again lauded as Bicycle Friendly Community
The city of Pleasanton has retained its designation as a bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Community from the League of American Bicyclists. Tuesday, 1:12 PM

Pleasanton Preps: A's Piscotty wins Tony Conigliaro Award
Stephen Piscotty is a rock star. The Amador Valley High School product and current right-fielder for the Oakland Athletics seems to be everywhere this offseason. Tuesday, 11:38 AM

Pleasanton recognized as top-10 place for job hunters in California
Pleasanton has been recognized as one of the biggest contributors to regional economic growth, having been declared the sixth best city in California for residents seeking a job. Monday, 11:59 AM

Parent volunteer Natarajan appointed to Dublin school board
The Dublin Unified School District welcomed its newest board trustee last week as Niranjana "Nini" Natarajan, a finance professional and parent volunteer, was appointed to fill the school board's vacancy for Trustee Area 4. Tuesday, 4:01 PM

PPD arrests pair in package theft
Pleasanton police officials are urging people to take necessary precautions when expecting holiday deliveries in the wake of two alleged package thieves being nabbed on the south side of the city over the weekend. Monday, 1:01 PM | 3 comments

Livermore native appointed as fire chief for East Bay Parks
East Bay Regional Park District officials have removed the interim tag off Aileen Theile's title, promoting her to become the district's permanent fire chief. Monday, 11:05 AM

City installing new railing along sidewalk of concern on Foothill Road
The Pleasanton City Council signed off on separate plans detailing desired improvements for bicyclists and pedestrians on Foothill Road and on Interstate 580 overpasses, but the public debate last week focused on one temporary safety measure soon to be installed near Foothill High School. Thursday, 5:22 PM | 2 comments

Raises OK’d for PUSD classified staff, management
In line with the recently approved agreement with the teachers union, the approvals featured a 2.5% salary increase for members of the Classified School Employees Association, management/confidential employees, and for unrepresented classified employees. All raises are retroactive to July 1, 2018. Sunday, 12:53 PM | 3 comments

CHP: One injured in freeway shooting near Bernal Avenue
One person was injured in a highway shooting Friday evening in Pleasanton, California Highway Patrol officials said. Sunday, 5:56 PM

Pleasanton girl acting in national tour of 'Waitress the Musical'
Pleasanton resident Bridget Werner, 5, is playing the role of Lulu in the national tour of "Waitress the Musical" when it is at the Sacramento Community Center Theater later this month. Sunday, 12:53 PM

Child Care Links: Making holidays brighter for those it serves
Child Care Links, a private nonprofit agency that has served children in the Tri-Valley for more than 40 years, has now become a leading provider of a wide range of services and programs from providing food, clothing and baby diapers to needy families as well as helping them find child care. Thursday, 12:22 PM | 1 comments

 

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