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      Pleasanton City Council candidates debate

      Around the Valley: Comfort, communication and the lack of both

      Pleasanton pauses PFAS treatment and wells rehabilitation project
      Lab marks 70th anniversary
      Council OKs new cricket field site
      Mayor Brown talks about plans for second term
      DA files murder charges against deputy for Dublin double homicide
      Residents express concerns over nonprofit merger
      Korean grocery store H Mart set to come to Dublin
      Haubert highlights county priorities at Livermore chamber event
      Native American Day to kick off cultural series
      Foundation to host webinar on cognitive behavioral therapy
      Tactical East Avenue Visioning Week
      News Digest: ACE bracing for service impacts | State of the Tri-Valley | LARPD commission opening

      Guest Opinion: Costco is coming soon ... finally

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report

Arts & Entertainment
      'The Elixir of Love' to usher in new Livermore Valley Opera season
      Charo among additions to Bankhead Presents slate
      Library celebrating Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month with event series
      Valley Concert Chorale set for 60th anniversary season
      Funding available to help local artists survive pandemic

      Pleasanton Preps: Strong start to season for Foothill girls' volleyball
      Judge rejects CEQA lawsuits against Oakland A's proposed Howard Terminal stadium

Real Estate
      Home Sales
      Sales at a Glance

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