If it is local and useful, it is on en-us Copyright 2022 <![CDATA[Valley Views: A take on giving]]> People tell Ron Sutton they admire him for giving so much to the Pleasanton community. But Ron does not see himself as only a giver because he finds it so rewarding ...]]> <![CDATA[Declining enrollment = declining revenue]]> Following a two-year stretch of leniency, Tri-Valley school districts face a potentially significant drop in revenue next year as funding is readjusted to match current enrollment and attendance...]]> <![CDATA[Tri-Valley real estate preview 2022]]> Just as the continuing drought means warm days ahead, an ongoing drought in Pleasanton real estate means more hot market conditions. The heat comes from another year of limited choices for homebuyers throughout the area...]]> <![CDATA[News Digest: Apply online for library access | Volunteer advocates needed for Haven | Vacant seat on Commission on Aging]]> Tri-Valley residents can now apply for an Alameda County Library eCard or have a Welcome Card mailed directly to their home. Members can stream art and craft classes through Creative Bug... See that and more in this week's News Digest.]]> <![CDATA[Welcome the Year of the Tiger this weekend in Livermore]]> Everyone is invited to welcome the Year of the Tiger at a free Lunar New Year Celebration on Saturday, presented by Livermore Arts at the Bankhead Plaza in front of the theater in downtown Livermore.]]> <![CDATA[Wine & Valentines for Museum on Main]]> Museum on Main's 15th annual Wines & Valentines fundraiser will be held at 7 p.m. Feb. 11 to include live and silent auctions, a Fund-A-Need drive and games. The benefit will be virtual again due to the pandemic...]]> <![CDATA[Guest Opinion: California leads, but where is it going?]]> Politicians, particularly Gov. Gavin Newsom, are fond of touting California policies and programs as the nation's first and/or foremost.<br /> ]]> <![CDATA[Newsom injects $6.1B to speed shift to zero-emission vehicles]]> Standing outside the Ford Greenfield Labs in Palo Alto on Wednesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom spoke about his vision for fast forwarding the state's zero-emissions economy and climate goals.]]> <![CDATA[Pleasanton teen brings drag culture to the Tri-Valley]]> A 17-year-old senior at Amador Valley High School is introducing new audiences to drag culture by organizing and hosting monthly drag show events in Dublin. ]]> <![CDATA[Zone 7 receives increased water allocation for 2022; mandatory conservation still in effect]]> Zone 7 Water Agency announced last week that an increased water allocation of 15% will be given for this year from the State Water Project, up from the initial 0% given by state officials last month.]]> <![CDATA[Pleasanton Preps: Amador girls' soccer team keeping up with historically dominant teams]]> The East Bay Athletic League soccer race can be a grind and right now, the Amador Valley High girls' soccer team is making a statement. In a league traditionally dominated by Carondelet and Danville schools, the Dons are hanging in...]]> <![CDATA[Former Pleasanton police sergeant charged with DUI murder in Tuolumne County]]> A man who worked for years as a sergeant with the Pleasanton Police Department is facing a murder charge and other felony counts after authorities allege he was drunk when he caused a fatal collision near Sonora last week.]]> <![CDATA[Former Pleasanton city manager Fialho takes on CEO role with new nonprofit]]> Former Pleasanton city manager and longtime community leader Nelson Fialho is stepping up to serve as interim CEO of the recently formed Three Valleys Community Foundation (3VCF), officials with the nonprofit announced on Monday.]]> <![CDATA[Residents displaced after house fire in Pleasanton]]> An early morning fire on Monday displaced the residents of a Pleasanton home, fire officials said. The blaze started in the garage of the home in the 5200 block of Pleasant Hill Road...]]> <![CDATA[City alerts residents about increased coyote sightings at Dublin park]]> The City of Dublin issued a civic alert this week, warning residents and parkgoers of an uptick in coyote sightings at and around Emerald Glen Park.]]>