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Livermore: Police thwart burglary, find drugs and guns in suspect vehicle
Source: | Oct 28, 2020 00:41:46
by Jeremy WalshLivermore police reported responding to a commercial burglary in progress and discovering drugs and guns after stopping the suspect vehicle nearby on Friday night...
PPD: Officers nab suspects with stolen vehicle, bags of mail outside Starbucks
Source: | Oct 28, 2020 00:39:00
by Jeremy WalshPleasanton police shared on social media about arrests over the weekend involving a stolen vehicle with stolen mail inside...
Livermore PD investigating car vandalism along Locust Street
Source: | Oct 28, 2020 00:32:38
by Jeremy WalshThe Livermore Police Department is looking for the public's help in tracking down those responsible for vandalizing more than 20 cars on Locust Street between Rincon Avenue and North P Street early Sunday morning...
DA: Safeway settles price-gouging case over hand sanitizer markups
Source: | Oct 28, 2020 00:24:51
by Jeremy WalshSafeway, Inc., has agreed to settle a consumer protection case with two local district attorneys for price gouging with the sales of certain hand sanitizer brands early in the coronavirus pandemic, prosecutors announced Tuesday...
Fundraising for Pleasanton candidates holds steady during final election days
Source: | Oct 27, 2020 22:46:37
by Julia BaumIn the final weeks leading up to the Nov. 3 general election, most Pleasanton candidates aspiring for public office positions in several races either held steady or made up for lost time when it came to fundraising...
Danville cancels weekend street closures due to COVID-19 concerns
Source: | Oct 27, 2020 22:30:12
by Bay City News ServiceFaced with repeated COVID-19 health order violations by a handful of downtown Danville establishments, and capped by an Oct. 17 fight, the town of Danville will cancel the weekend closure of the street for the immediate future..
Sunol: Motorcyclist killed on I-680 after hitting parked construction truck
Source: | Oct 27, 2020 16:16:06
by Jeremy WalshA 20-year-old Modesto man died after crashing his motorcycle into a construction truck parked to the side of Interstate 680 near Sunol on Tuesday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol...
New Eagle Scout Maxwell Jones
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 23:21:48
by Dolores Fox CiardelliMaxwell Jones of Dublin and Livermore recently completed the requirements for Eagle Scout and passed the Board of Review...
Valley Views: Quarantine -- Time to get fit?
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 23:21:16
by Dolores Fox CiardelliNow, seven months into sheltering, some of us are reassessing our activities. Are we making the most of this time? Should we be using it to take online classes? To exercise more and perfect our diet?..
Livermore PD receives $70,500 traffic safety grant from state
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 23:17:32
by Julia BaumA newly awarded $70,500 grant for the Livermore Police Department will be used to decrease deaths and injuries on local roads, officials announced last week...
Tri-Valley artworks chosen for 'The de Young Open'
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 23:16:33
by Dolores Fox CiardelliSix Tri-Valley artists have been accepted into this year's juried community art show at the de Young museum in San Francisco...
Applicants sought for several Dublin commissions and committees
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 22:43:46
by Julia BaumDublin residents are being sought by the city to fill vacancies on five commissions and committees...
LPFD is selling low-cost water drums
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 20:34:54
by Julia BaumFor a limited time, Tri-Valley residents can purchase low-cost water drums for storing backup drinking water, thanks to a partnership with the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department and Lamorinda Community Emergency Response Team...
PUSD board considers trust fund for retirement liabilities
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 20:31:48
by Julia BaumPleasanton Unified School District is considering a trust fund as a long-term strategy to manage its debt associated with retirement benefits, following a staff presentation at the Board of Trustees' regular meeting Thursday night...
Pro-Trump truck rally rolls through Pleasanton
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 15:46:14
by Jeremy WalshHundreds of pickup trucks and other vehicles adorned with campaign flags, signs and merchandise in support of President Donald Trump, along with U.S. flags and a range of other items, drove a rally route through Pleasanton on Saturday..
PG&E's planned power shutoffs underway as winds hit Bay Area
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 04:30:48
by Bay City News ServiceAhead of winds expected late Sunday night with gusts of 70 mph and higher, approximately 222,000 PG&E power accounts have been turned off as part of the utility's latest Public Safety Power Shutoff...
Walk for Vets virtual challenge raises awareness about veteran suicide
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 00:50:31
by Julia BaumThe Las Positas College First Program and Pleasanton Military Families will host the third annual 2.2 For 22 Walk for Vets Virtual Challenge from Oct. 21 to Nov. 11.<br />..
Fall Real Estate: Local market stays red hot
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 00:49:57
by David StarkEven in the middle of a global pandemic, homes are still selling quickly in Pleasanton. Why? Supply and demand. The homebuyers and sellers who understand the special nature of the current real estate market will be successful...
Tri-Valley Beer Trail returns this fall
Source: | Oct 26, 2020 00:48:59
by Ryan J. DeganThe Tri-Valley Beer Trail has officially reopened for participants to explore the best brews the region has to offer, with this year's trail offering a touchless beer passport system to help prevent possible COVID-19 exposure...
Tri-Valley Programs Receive Recognition
Source: | Oct 25, 2020 07:00:00
Two Tri-Valley volunteer programs have received statewide recognition for their work to enhance and restore local creeks. The Tri-Valley Adopt a Creek Spot and Living Arroyos programs received Outstanding Sustainable Stormwater Program Awards from th..
Hope Hospice Honors Veterans with Lapel Pins
Source: | Oct 24, 2020 07:00:00
Hope Hospice, which provides care for those with a terminal illness, has begun recognizing former service members with a patriotic lapel pin that can be worn or placed in a bedside stand...
Social Justice Group Creates ?Friendship Bags? for the Homeless Every Month
Source: | Oct 24, 2020 07:00:00
The Social Justice Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Livermore (UUCiL) is proud to announce the formation of a new program to benefit local unhoused neighbors, who are in greater need than ever during this time of the Coronavirus?..
Teen Club Provides Facemasks and Shields
Source: | Oct 24, 2020 07:00:00
A student-led volunteer group has been fundraising and helping provide protective facemasks and face shields for medical professionals and Tri-Valley organizations...
Family of missing teen pleads with community to help #FindSydneyWest at candlelight vigil
Source: | Oct 23, 2020 19:52:47
by Ryan J. DeganThe Pleasanton community came together for a socially distanced candlelight vigil on Thursday evening to put out the word and help find Pleasanton native Sydney "Syd" West, who has been missing for more than three weeks...
36 years later: Former classmate confesses to murder of Pleasanton's Tina Faelz
Source: | Oct 23, 2020 18:32:17
by Gina ChannellAfter maintaining his innocence for six years, convicted killer Steven Carlson has confessed to the murder of 14-year-old Tina Faelz as she was walking home from Foothill High School in Pleasanton on April 5, 1984...
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