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Alameda County Fair announces winners of wine competitions
Source: | May 20, 2022 11:05:58
by Pleasanton Weekly StaffWinners of the Alameda County Fair commercial and amateur wine competitions have been announced and include several local wineries...
A lasting impact
Source: | May 20, 2022 00:50:09
by Jeremy WalshIn the hearts of many in Tulancingo, late Pleasanton resident Bob Athenour now truly has a permanent presence in the community of his hometown's sister city in Mexico -- a life-size bronze sculpture of him sitting on a park bench...
Alameda County election preview
Source: | May 20, 2022 00:44:46
by Jeremy WalshVoters in the Tri-Valley, and the rest of Alameda County, should have their ballots in hand at home for the June 7 primary election. For those residents poring over the voter information guide, five local elections will stand out.....
Election preview: Alameda County Board of Education, Area 7
Source: | May 20, 2022 00:41:48
by Jeremy WalshTri-Valley voters will decide their representative on the Alameda County Board of Education for Trustee Area 7, an open contest for three new candidates with the longtime incumbent not running...
Election preview: Alameda County District Attorney
Source: | May 20, 2022 00:41:36
by Jeremy WalshAlameda County has a wide-open field -- for the first time in recent memory -- to elect its next district attorney, with two current county prosecutors, one former prosecutor and one private civil rights attorney on the June 7 ballot...
Election preview: Alameda County Sheriff-Coroner
Source: | May 20, 2022 00:41:27
by Jeremy WalshVoters have the rare opportunity to decide a competitive race for sheriff as incumbent Greg Ahern is being challenged by two candidates, sheriff's office Division Commander Yesenia Sanchez and SFPD Officer JoAnn Walker...
Election preview: Alameda County Superintendent of Schools
Source: | May 20, 2022 00:41:17
by Jeremy WalshThe top education position in Alameda County is being contested on the ballot for the first time in eight years, as two-term incumbent Superintendent of Schools L.K. Monroe faces off against Alysse Castro, who works at SFUSD...
News Digest: Bike to Wherever Day | Convert your lawn | Mount Diablo beacon lighting
Source: | May 20, 2022 00:19:59
by Pleasanton Weekly staffThis Friday is "Bike to Wherever Day" in the Bay Area, marking the return after a two-year hiatus of the event formerly known as Bike to Work Day. See that and more in this week's News Digest.....
Dublin council approves East Ranch project as developer amends plans via state law
Source: | May 20, 2022 00:14:48
by Jeanita LymanA large housing development rejected earlier this year after facing a referendum petition is now back on the horizon in Dublin following the council's approval of an amendment to the project that will bind it to state housing laws.....
School board to discuss Facilities Master Plan, potential new bond measure
Source: | May 19, 2022 15:37:17
by Shiri MarwahaThe Pleasanton school board is set to debate the district's facilities needs, polling results on a possible new bond measure and supplementary retiring planning for employee turnover during a busy special meeting Thursday...
COVID stipends cause outcry from unions at Alameda County Office of Education
Source: | May 19, 2022 12:20:53
by Carolyn Jones / EdSourceThe superintendent of Alameda County apologized last week after her office spent about $600,000 in COVID relief funds on stipends for her staff, mostly managers who took on extra duties during the pandemic...
Election preview: Zone 7 Board of Directors
Source: | May 19, 2022 12:03:50
by Jeremy WalshAs the drought continues to squeeze the water supply, Tri-Valley residents will cast important ballots for the future of local water reliability with four seats up for grabs on the Zone 7 Water Agency Board of Directors...
Intuit agrees to pay $141M for upselling TurboTax services to low-income taxpayers
Source: | May 19, 2022 11:47:52
by Joe Dworetzky / Bay City News FoundationSanta Clara County Counsel James Williams and state Attorney General Rob Bonta announced a $141 million nationwide settlement of litigation with Intuit over the company's TurboTax Free File service...
Concert celebrates '30 Years of Miracles'
Source: | May 19, 2022 00:21:47
by Shiri MarwahaCantabella Children's Chorus turns 30 years old and commemorates the past three decades of 'miracles' onstage at its spring concert this Saturday. This will also be the last performance for Eileen Chang as artistic director...
Pleasanton Unified board signs off on $23.5M purchase of Arroyo Center building in Hacienda
Source: | May 19, 2022 00:21:29
by Shiri MarwahaThe Pleasanton school board paved the way last week for the district to purchase the Arroyo Center in Hacienda Business Park for $23.5 million to become the new home of the district headquarters...
Pleasanton man appearing on 'Wheel of Fortune'
Source: | May 18, 2022 12:26:27
by Jeremy WalshPleasanton attorney Rodman Martin is scheduled to compete on Wednesday night's episode of 'Wheel of Fortune,' airing at 7:30 p.m. on ABC7...
Wine Down in the Grove
Source: | May 18, 2022 11:48:45
by Melissa McKenzieThe fundraiser will pair wine and beer tastings with snacks and desserts, while giving ticket holders the opportunity to participate in a silent auction, meet with LARPD Rangers to learn about the history of the area...
Bay Area schools see families leave cities, flock to suburbs like Dublin
Source: | May 18, 2022 11:41:54
by Ali Tadayon / EdSourceThe city's building boom following the Great Recession resulted in the Dublin Unified tripling its number of students since 2000 -- the only Bay Area district to do so while the region as a whole saw a 3.7% increase from 2000..
Tri-Valley student wins state Spelling Bee
Source: | May 18, 2022 11:41:18
by Shiri MarwahaShradha Rachamreddy from Dublin's Quarry Lane School has been crowned champion of the 2022 California State Spelling Bee. The 12-year-old will now head to the national competition starting next weekend...
Sandia research targets more sustainable jet fuel
Source: | May 18, 2022 02:52:58
by Shiri MarwahaNew data developed by scientists in Livermore could hold the promise of reducing greenhouse effect and providing sustainable aviation fuel, according to Sandia National Laboratories...
Pleasanton council to decide fate of Meadowlark Trail project
Source: | May 17, 2022 10:09:00
by Shiri MarwahaPleasanton City Council members are poised to debate on the construction of the proposed Meadowlark Trail project at their regular council meeting Tuesday. Residents in the neighborhood off Foothill Road opposed the new trail after.....
Danville mayor condemns racist display near Blackhawk
Source: | May 17, 2022 00:57:37
by Tony Hicks / BCN FoundationDanville Mayor Newell Arnerich released a statement Monday, condemning the group of masked people who on Saturday held up signs at the corner of Blackhawk Road and Camino Tassajara, saying things like 'White Lives Matter..
BART to launch pilot program for rider pass compatible with all Bay Area transit agencies
Source: | May 17, 2022 00:25:57
by Eli Walsh / BCN FoundationBART plans to launch a pilot program later this year to test the viability of a global transit pass compatible with every public transit agency in the nine-county Bay Area...
Foothill alum shipping out 'On the Town'
Source: | May 17, 2022 00:08:53
by Melissa McKenzieActor and software engineer Edward Im has branched out from his Pleasanton roots and into the South Bay where he will be performing in South Bay Musical Theatre's upcoming production of 'On the Town.'..
Cal High boys' lacrosse team makes it to finals for first time
Source: | May 16, 2022 23:23:16
by Dennis MillerThe spring sports season is the busiest time of the year. With so many sports taking place, when the teams get to post-season competition, often a great story gets overlooked. Such was the case with the Cal High lacrosse team.....
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