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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 5 hours ago | 9 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... Last comment 2 hours ago | 8 comments

Assembly candidates air positions at Tri-Valley forum
The race to represent Assembly District 16 kicked off the Pleasanton Weekly’s election forum series Sunday night, as candidates... Last comment on Sep 18, 2018 at 10:32 am | 1 comment

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... Last comment on Sep 20, 2018 at 9:41 am | 7 comments

 
 
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"Antarctica"
Barbara McLeod, Bev Naegle and Susan Nelson visit Antarctica. It's cold there! Submitted by Barbara McLeod (sent from account of Scott an on Feb 23, 2017

 
 
 
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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 downtown Pleasanton restaurant that he frequents for a tranquil meal during lunch. Thursday, 2:20 PM | 10 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 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 | 9 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 the downtown plan this month, the group announced a referendum to overturn the decision. Thursday, 2:29 PM | 3 comments

Tri-Valley interfaith community picnic this weekend
Interfaith Interconnect of the Tri-Valley is holding its sixth annual potluck picnic this Saturday in recognition of International Day of Peace. Thursday, 2:29 PM

News digest: Your Muslim Neighbor, AAUW Fall Kick Off & App Challenge
"Tri-Valley Muslims want their neighbors to know: Please don't fear us." That's the message behind the Muslim Community Center of the East Bay's luncheon and Your Muslim Neighbor events, to have the public step inside a mosque and to clear up misconceptions about the faith. Thursday, 2:30 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

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

Livermore mayor highlights local efforts in State of the City address
The city of Livermore is working together with its community and staff and getting things done, Livermore Mayor John Marchand said at the State of the City and Town Hall address earlier this month. Wednesday, 1:58 PM

Staying Healthy: Helping children heal with crayons
Danville-based nonprofit The Crayon Initiative -- an organization that donates crayons to children's hospitals -- has only been operating for four years, but during that time has seen exponential growth and expects to hit major milestones this year. Wednesday, 1:45 PM

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 | 8 comments

Assembly candidates air positions at Pleasanton Weekly forum
The race to represent Assembly District 16 kicked off the Pleasanton Weekly's election forum series Sunday night, as candidates Catharine Baker and Rebecca Bauer-Kahan met to debate policy and crucial issues in the region. Monday, 11:20 PM | 1 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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Battle over downtown Livermore plan heats up
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