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Cover Story
      'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'

      Around the Valley: Gun violence shatters sense of safety

      Residents set to decide $395 million school bond on November ballot
      Parkside neighbors push back on plan to build recycled water fill station
      Livermore puts hold on airport development
      Danville firm acquires JCPenney building in Stoneridge Mall
      Pleasanton resident, Concord principal Fey picked to lead Amador Valley High
      Successful bald eagle fledgling rescue at Del Valle Regional Park
      Livermore sewer line extension project headed to Nov. 8 election
      BART uses weed-eating goats to reduce fire risk, noise pollution
      Free mattress disposal available to county residents
      BART reinstates face mask requirement, effective immediately
      Swalwell bill aims to increase affordable housing for teachers
      Zone 7 selects Palmer as new board president
      News Digest: First Weekends on Main | Back to school next week | EBRPD programs Saturday in Tri-Valley


Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report

Arts & Entertainment
      Livermore wine culture celebrated in new gallery exhibit
      'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'
      Entertaining end to August on tap at Bankhead Theater
      Young bassoonist seeks to increase instrument's popularity
      Closing weekend for 'The Comedy of Errors'
      Taste Our Terroir pairing winners

      Pleasanton Preps: Monte Vista alum Starn reflects on winning SF Marathon -- in first try
      Registration open for Hope 100 Golf Marathon

Real Estate
      Home Sales
      Sales at a Glance

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