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'Gambling With Death': Castlewood murders profiled on TV show ahead of 10th anniversary
Source: | Dec 13, 2017 00:47:26
by Jeremy WalshOne of the most infamous crimes in Pleasanton history has been revisited in a television program with the 10th anniversary of the double murder on the horizon...
Stanford-ValleyCare names new chief medical officer
Source: | Dec 12, 2017 22:10:01
by Jeremy WalshA doctor with nearly six years of experience in internal medicine and hospital medicine within the Stanford Health Care system has been appointed to the newly created position of chief medical officer for Stanford Health Care-ValleyCar..
Pleasanton police looking for suspects in driveway assault
Source: | Dec 12, 2017 21:11:47
by Julia BrownThe Pleasanton Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding three suspects whom they allege recently assaulted a woman in her driveway last week...
Pleasanton Preps: Amador wrestling places second at Bay Area tournament
Source: | Dec 12, 2017 20:28:30
by Dennis MillerThe Amador Valley High School wrestling team had a great day last Saturday, taking second place at the 32-team Bay Area Wrestling Tournament...
SF Mayor Ed Lee dies unexpectedly overnight
Source: | Dec 12, 2017 15:53:59
by PleasantonWeekly.comSan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee died early Tuesday morning in San Francisco, according to city officials...
Mark Miller elected new school board president
Source: | Dec 12, 2017 09:00:12
by Julia BrownThe Pleasanton school board elected Mark Miller as their new president and Valerie Arkin vice president at their last regular meeting of 2017 on Monday evening...
Program collects bus tickets for homeless in Tri-Valley
Source: | Dec 12, 2017 00:02:38
by Jeremy WalshWinter can be an especially difficult time for homeless residents. Though many nonprofits, churches and other organizations stand ready to provide food, warm clothes, shelter and other support to these people in need during the holiday..
Lynnewood chancel choir performs at Carnegie Hall
Source: | Dec 11, 2017 21:32:33
by Jeremy WalshPleasanton's Lynnewood United Methodist Church chancel choir was one of two groups to represent California during a 240-choir performance at Carnegie Hall in New York last month. And the group brought their Pleasanton Weekly along for ..
City Council OKs budget report, allocates $6.5M surplus
Source: | Dec 11, 2017 21:31:56
by Jeremy WalshThe city's general fund finished the 2016-17 fiscal year with a nearly $6.5 million surplus due to higher revenues and lower expenditures than originally estimated, according to the year-end budget report presented to the Pleasanton Ci..
Museum on Main announces speaker series lineup for 2018
Source: | Dec 11, 2017 02:40:53
by Dolores Fox CiardelliMuseum on Main tickets are on sale to the general public for the 2018 Ed Kinney Speaker Series, "An Afternoon or Evening with ..."..
Pleasanton: Meeting Tuesday on potential county child care sales tax measure
Source: | Dec 08, 2017 23:56:04
by Jeremy WalshAlameda County Supervisor Nate Miley is hosting a public information session on Tuesday night at the Pleasanton Senior Center for residents to learn more about the county's initiative to improve child care and early education, as well ..
Council approves mapping of southeast hills in line with Measure PP
Source: | Dec 08, 2017 23:54:19
by Jeremy WalshThe Pleasanton City Council has endorsed mapping of the city's so-called southeast hills in accordance with Measure PP and affirmed city's staff's methodology as the required process for reviewing other project areas subject to the 200..
School board expected to appoint new president, vice president Monday
Source: | Dec 08, 2017 23:43:00
by Julia BrownThe Pleasanton school board is set to elect a new president and vice president at their last regular meeting of 2017 on Monday evening...
Livermore: 3-alarm warehouse fire causes more than $100,000 in damages
Source: | Dec 08, 2017 20:00:16
by PleasantonWeekly.comA three-alarm fire Friday morning caused damages totaling more than $100,000 to a warehouse in an industrial part of Livermore, a deputy chief with the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department said...
Around Pleasanton: Holiday Fund donations help 14,000 gain health care
Source: | Dec 08, 2017 05:42:43
by Jeb BingAxis Community Health -- the Tri-Valley's sole provider of medical and mental health services for individuals and families who have a low income or who are uninsured -- is one of 12 nonprofit organizations that will benefit from contributi..
Editorial: Steinle verdict -- Let's channel our frustration
Source: | Dec 07, 2017 20:23:58
by Pleasanton Weekly editorial boardThe acquittal last week of the person charged with killing Kate Steinle left many in Kate's hometown of Pleasanton feeling betrayed by the justice system and outraged...
Traveling artists' works on display in Livermore
Source: | Dec 07, 2017 20:23:43
by Dolores Fox CiardelliThe Tri-Valley Traveling Artists Exhibit on display at the Livermore Civic Center Library Gallery through Dec. 30 includes Charlotte Severin's watercolors of Happy Isles Bridge in Yosemite and Noyo Harbor near Fort Bragg; Hele..
Hanukkah fare: Stories behind foods intrinsic to the Jewish Festival of Lights
Source: | Dec 07, 2017 19:26:55
by Erika AlveroAt the heart of the Hanukkah holiday, perhaps, is oil. Oil that has come to symbolize for the Jewish people light in the midst of darkness, faith that endures in the face of adversity. And it is oil that lives on in the foods commonly ..
Merry musical mayhem at Amador Theater
Source: | Dec 07, 2017 18:41:43
by Dolores Fox Ciardelli"The Best Christmas Pageant Ever," family musical theater performed by local youths, opens Friday at the Amador Theater, 1155 Santa Rita Road...
Arctic Sea Ice Loss Could Dry Out California
Source: | Dec 07, 2017 08:00:00
Arctic sea ice loss of the magnitude expected in the next few decades could impact California?s rainfall and exacerbate future droughts, according to new research led by Lawrence Livermore National La..
Critic of High Medical Costs To Speak at Bankhead
Source: | Dec 07, 2017 08:00:00
A prominent author and critic of the high costs of American medicine will speak next Tuesday evening at Livermore?s Bankhead Theater...
Council Asked To Consider Additional Topics
Source: | Dec 07, 2017 08:00:00
The Community Group was pleased when its concept for development, Westside Hotel A, in the center of downtown Livermore was endorsed by the vast majority of the Outreach participants. The other three..
Council Chooses Eastside A and Unified Vision
Source: | Dec 07, 2017 08:00:00
At its November 29 session, the Livermore City Council directed staff to refine two concepts for development of 8.2 acres belonging to the city in downtown Livermore. The two options are based on what..
Springtown Open Space On Agenda
Source: | Dec 07, 2017 08:00:00
At its December 11 meeting, the Livermore City Council is being asked to approve the Springtown Open Space Concept Plan...
Meeting to Discuss Potential Sales Tax for Early Education
Source: | Dec 07, 2017 08:00:00
Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley is sponsoring a listening initiative about a potential countywide revenue measure that would help improve the quality of pre-school child care and give more famili..
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