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Parent, former teacher Yanira Guzmán running for LVJUSD board
Source: | Sep 28, 2020 01:57:28
by Jeremy WalshFormer Tri-Valley teacher and parent volunteer Yanira Guzmán is looking to achieve a variety of education priorities while also enhancing community representation on the Livermore school board this fall...
Community advocate, parent Asa Strout seeks seat on Livermore school board
Source: | Sep 27, 2020 23:47:04
by Jeremy WalshLivermore native and parent Asa Strout is prioritizing improved communication and collaboration between the community and the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District in his bid for school board this fall...
Police: Pleasanton man injured in knife fight in San Bruno
Source: | Sep 27, 2020 19:48:23
by Bay City News ServiceSan Bruno police are investigating a fight between two men earlier this month that left both of them with knife wounds...
First of three O'Neill plays premieres next weekend
Source: | Sep 27, 2020 19:21:33
by Dolores Fox CiardelliBitter, haunted, meticulous, courageous, inscrutable, contrarian. These words were used by cast members of Eugene O'Neill's early one-act plays when asked to sum up their characters in a single word.....
Dublin: Virtual groundbreaking planned for new Emerald High School
Source: | Sep 27, 2020 19:21:13
by Julia BaumDublin Unified School District is set to commemorate the start of construction on the future Emerald High School with a virtual groundbreaking ceremony this Wednesday...
PUSD planning pilot program to reopen schools for students with specific needs
Source: | Sep 27, 2020 19:17:51
by Julia BaumPleasanton Unified School District is planning a small cohort supervision pilot program for priority groups of students, tentatively scheduled to launch in mid-October..
California sees steep drop in reports of child abuse since school campuses closed
Source: | Sep 27, 2020 18:46:21
by Bay City News ServiceNo group in California reports more suspected cases of child abuse than teachers. And with teachers no longer seeing students in-person every day in most parts, advocates say thousands of cases of child abuse may be going unre..
BART board amends budget amid changes caused by COVID-19
Source: | Sep 27, 2020 18:46:11
by Bay City News ServiceBART would have finished fiscal year 2020 facing a budget deficit of some $120 million were it not for federal funding help during the novel coronavirus pandemic, agency officials said Thursday...
Nail salons cleared to reopen in Alameda County
Source: | Sep 27, 2020 17:08:54
by Bay City News ServiceNail salons, many faced with going out of business because of the inability to open regularly under health rules, can open in Alameda County for indoor operations, public health officials said Friday...
City of Dublin to Operate a Cooling Center Beginning Sunday
Source: | Sep 27, 2020 07:00:00
The City of Dublin will open its Senior Center (7600 Amador Valley Blvd.) from Sunday, Sept. 27, to Tuesday, Sept. 29, noon to 8 p.m., as temperatures are expected to rise again this weekend...
Heat wave, dry winds prompt Red Flag warning this weekend
Source: | Sep 26, 2020 15:19:07
by Pleasanton Weekly staffHigh temperatures in the upper 90s and 100s are expected to blanket the Bay Area this weekend, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a Red Flag warning amid concern of new wildfires...
Gov. Newsom signs executive order phasing out sale of gas-powered passenger cars by 2035
Source: | Sep 26, 2020 00:26:35
by Bay City News ServiceCiting the threat of vehicle emissions spurring climate change-induced crises on the West Coast, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Wednesday phasing out the sale of gasoline-powered passenger vehicles by 2035...
SRVUSD Board of Education candidates debate ahead of Nov. 3 election
Source: | Sep 26, 2020 00:15:01
by Ryan J. DeganCandidates for the SRVUSD squared off during an online election forum Wednesday evening, taking time to debate over the policies and practices they believe will best serve district students...
Youth Activists to Discuss Racial Justice, Climate, Mental Health
Source: | Sep 25, 2020 07:00:00
Eleven Northern California student activist groups will hold an online conference at 3 p.m., Sept. 27, to discuss racial justice, climate change, and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic...
Heat, risk of fires, rip currents to pose danger in Bay Area this weekend
Source: | Sep 24, 2020 23:33:27
by Bay City News ServiceWeather will pose a danger to Bay Area residents starting Friday with a higher risk for rip currents at beaches and increased wildfire risk starting Saturday, according to the National Weather Service...
I'm here! I'm 1! I'm 2!
Source: | Sep 24, 2020 23:17:24
by Dolores Fox CiardelliWhen Valerie Carlson Pressley read to her young children, she noticed their excitement for books about babies and toddlers their own age. She wanted to buy books to highlight their milestones but couldn't find any. So she set ..
Editorial: Vote Pentin for Pleasanton mayor, Allen and Balch for City Council
Source: | Sep 24, 2020 23:04:14
by Pleasanton Weekly editorial boardIn our view, the candidates who best embody those vital characteristics and are the right community leaders for the terms ahead are Jerry Pentin for mayor, and Nancy Allen and Jack Balch for council...
News Digest: Pleasanton police meeting set, LVJUSD candidate forum (in-person) & Climate Action Plan 2.0 survey
Source: | Sep 24, 2020 22:57:04
by Jeremy WalshThe Pleasanton City Council is scheduled to host its next online community meeting on policing in Pleasanton next Thursday (Oct. 1) at 6:30 p.m., focusing on a revised implementation plan for key strategies for 21st century policing...
Meet the 2020 Readers' Choice Hall of Fame
Source: | Sep 24, 2020 22:56:37
by Gina ChannellWe will forego this year's Readers' Choice contest due to COVID, but we're going to recognize our 2020 Hall of Fame honorees. The Hall of Fame is comprised of Readers' Choice winners who have won their category five consecutive times...
Concerns, opposition mount over North Livermore Valley solar projects
Source: | Sep 24, 2020 22:29:39
by Bay City News ServiceLivermore residents and others are raising concerns and opposition to two solar projects in the planning stages north of the city...
LLNL Emergency Response Team Called Out for Wildfires Fires
Source: | Sep 24, 2020 07:00:00
When massive wildfires crept within a few miles of the main Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) campus in Livermore last month, an emergency response team established by the laboratory was called into action...
Mayoral Candidates Share Perspectives
Source: | Sep 24, 2020 07:00:00
Candidates running for the mayoral seat in Pleasanton met with The Independent this week to share their background, views and long-term goals...
DUSD Board Contenders Tackle Dublin School Topics
Source: | Sep 24, 2020 07:00:00
Four candidates will campaign for two seats on the Dublin Unified School District (DUSD) Board this November...
UC to Renovate Buildings Near LLNL
Source: | Sep 24, 2020 07:00:00
A small cluster of buildings on the east side of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) will become the site of future collaborations between the Laboratory and University of California campuses...
Charles Crohare Joins UNCLE Credit Union to Help Small Business
Source: | Sep 24, 2020 07:00:00
UNCLE Credit Union, serving four counties in the eastern region of the San Francisco Bay Area and Central Valley, is proud to announce that Charles Crohare has been appointed to lead the organization?s business banking initiatives...
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