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      Run for Education

      Around the Valley: A privilege to know him

      Pleasanton council votes to initiate Stage 2 drought water rates
      Remembering Jerry Thorne
      Trustees approve election boundaries
      Livermore Mayor Woerner won't seek re-election; Marchand running for post again
      Local middle-schooler competes on 'MasterChef Junior'
      Sunflower Hill hires Lenard-Benson as new leader
      Tri-Valley Haven's new food pantry welcomes families in need
      Tree out at LAVTA
      BART's projected fiscal cliff extended to mid-2025
      Conservancy taps Epstein as new executive director
      Director Simon returns to BART board after address dispute
      News Digest: Design library card | Second booster OK'd | Holi Festival

      Editorial: When term limits aren't really limits

Staying Healthy
      Run for Education
      Screening and preventative care are vital in fight against colorectal cancer
      Once a boon in pandemic, pet adoptions now on decline in Pleasanton
      Supporting environmental health
      Hope Hospice continues Family Caregiver Education Series
      City officials, volunteers plant new trees in Springtown for Amplify the Urban Forest

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report

      Pleasanton Preps: Amador wins fierce tennis match with Foothill in battle of EBAL's best
      Harbourne triplets are great athletes, regardless of the sport

Real Estate
      Pleasanton-based Realtor Cunha named Bay East president
      Home Sales
      Sales at a Glance

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