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Boy ejected from slide at new Dublin water park
On opening day Saturday, a water park in Dublin closed a thrill slide after a boy was ejected from it, a city official said... Last comment 6 hours ago | 14 comments

Editorial: PUSD should reveal superintendent finalist before appointment
The school board was expected to select its top choice for the new superintendent this week -- PUSD's fifth leader since... Last comment on May 27, 2017 at 9:36 am | 14 comments

Pleasanton police identify man killed by officer Saturday
Law enforcement officials Monday identified Shannon Edward Estill, 58, as the man who was shot and killed by a Pleasanton... Last comment on May 23, 2017 at 3:28 pm | 16 comments

Pleasanton man throws out first pitch at Oakland A's game
Longtime Pleasanton resident Norman Pacheco experienced a thrill earlier this month that only a few baseball fans have the... Last comment on May 26, 2017 at 11:56 am | 5 comments

 
 
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"A Class of Bunnies"
Teacher Megan Woo and fourth graders from Hacienda School in Pleasanton, California visit Intel Museum to learn about silicon chip making, clean rooms, and "bunny" suits. Submitted by Megan Woo on May 13, 2016

 
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PPIE announces $523,000 allocation for next school year
Pleasanton Partnerships in Education will contribute $523,000 to the Pleasanton Unified School District next school year, the foundation recently announced. Monday, 9:55 PM

Museum on Main starting new lectures
Museum on Main is launching a new lecture series in June entitled "A Discussion with ..." Throughout the year, the museum will invite artists, local historians and community members to share their stories and experiences about a broad range of topics. Monday, 9:57 PM

CHP: Fatal crash occurs on I-580 in Livermore
At least one person died in a vehicle collision on eastbound Interstate 580 just west of First Street in Livermore during the early-morning hours of Memorial Day, according to the California Highway Patrol. Monday, 10:11 PM

Leaving a legacy at Vintage Hills
San Francisco Giants shortstop and Pleasanton native Brandon Crawford is among those who have bought and personalized bricks for the Vintage Hills Elementary legacy patio project over the last two years. Monday, 9:57 PM

Pleasanton woman accused of DUI in pedestrian collision
A 73-year-old man suffered serious injuries in a suspected DUI collision involving a Pleasanton driver Friday morning in Livermore, police said. Sunday, 10:25 AM

Boy ejected from slide at new Dublin water park
On opening day Saturday, a water park in Dublin closed a thrill slide after a boy was ejected from it, a city official said Sunday. The boy appeared shocked, according to Dublin assistant city manager Linda Smith. Sunday, 7:39 PM | 14 comments

Stanford-ValleyCare hires new medical director
Bay Area native Dr. Wesley P. Chan has been hired as the new medical director of occupational health services for Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare. Monday, 10:17 PM

Pleasanton man throws out first pitch at Oakland A's game
Longtime Pleasanton resident Norman Pacheco experienced a thrill earlier this month that only a few baseball fans have the chance to enjoy. Wednesday, 5:25 PM | 5 comments

Editorial: PUSD should reveal superintendent finalist before appointment
The school board was expected to select its top choice for the new superintendent this week -- PUSD's fifth leader since June 2015 -- after private interviews last week and closed-session discussions Monday and Tuesday. A visit to the candidate's current district and successful contract negotiations were still to come. Thursday, 4:01 PM | 14 comments

Pleasanton police identify man shot, killed by officer Saturday
Law enforcement officials Monday identified Shannon Edward Estill, 58, as the man who was shot and killed by a Pleasanton police officer after allegedly pointing a replica handgun at police during a family dispute on Burgundy Drive Saturday morning. Wednesday, 7:07 AM | 16 comments

Pleasanton Weekly earns 7 statewide awards
The Pleasanton Weekly took home seven first- or second-place awards among all California weekly newspapers in its circulation category Saturday in the annual California News Publishers Association's (CNPA) 2016 Better Newspaper Contest. Thursday, 5:39 PM | 1 comments

School board appoints next principals for Foothill, Valley View
The Pleasanton school board announced two principal appointments at the start of their meeting Tuesday night. Wednesday, 7:07 AM | 11 comments

 

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Livermore trustees demonstrating wisdom
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2017 guide to summer camps

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