If it is local and useful, it is on en-us Copyright 2018 <![CDATA[Golf quilt giveaway to benefit First Tee of Tri-Valley]]> The Pleasanton Fairways Ladies Golf Club is raffling off a handmade quilt, entitled "Sugar Pines," to benefit the First Tee of the Tri-Valley and the PFLGC organizations. ]]> <![CDATA[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.]]> <![CDATA[Congressional App Challenge celebrates students' creativity in STEM]]> Tri-Valley high school students with tech skills are being called on to create a software application for any platform to compete in the return of U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell’s annual Congressional App Challenge.]]> <![CDATA[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.]]> <![CDATA[Pleasanton Preps: Six wins for Foothill girls volleyball last week]]> It was banner week for the Foothill girls volleyball team as the Falcons ran off a 6-1 mark during a busy last week. ]]> <![CDATA[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 Catharine Baker and Rebecca Bauer-Kahan met to debate policy and crucial issues in the region.]]> <![CDATA[Pleasanton Library's Bookleggers are back]]> The city of Pleasanton is presenting its annual training for new Booklegger volunteers, which aims to promote a lifelong love of books by reading to students. ]]> <![CDATA[News digest: PPIE gala, Taste of Pleasanton & Go Green Initiative]]> The Pleasanton Partnerships in Education Foundation invites community members to a "Night of the Stars" gala on Oct. 12.]]> <![CDATA[Staying Healthy: Dog yoga helps office workers relax, destress]]> A San Ramon company is bringing new meaning to downward facing dog, and is providing dog yoga and puppy cuddles to regional corporations for employee appreciation and health and wellness events in an attempt to destress corporate employees.]]> <![CDATA[City celebrating 10th anniversary of Alviso Adobe Community Park]]> Pleasanton city officials are inviting the community to join next weekend in commemorating the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Alviso Adobe Community Park along Old Foothill Road.]]> <![CDATA[Staying Healthy: Affordable produce in the Tri-Valley]]> The site is the Axis Community Health food distribution program, which began seven months ago in partnership with the Alameda County Community Food Bank. It's the only food distribution site in Pleasanton, and has an emphasis on offering healthy and fresh fruits and vegetables, serving over 100 locals in need.]]> <![CDATA[School board approves financial statements]]> The school board approved Pleasanton Unified School District's unaudited actuals from the 2017-18 school year, the presentation of which dominated Wednesday night’s meeting and was observed by a small group of silent but visible teachers.]]> <![CDATA[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.]]>