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What a Week: Pleasanton Unified wants to hear from you
Source: | May 07, 2021 01:13:24
by Jeremy WalshOr at least that's what I took away from the pair of press releases district officials issued in recent days. PUSD publicly launched its annual 'School Quality Stakeholder Survey' days after unveiling its new 'Let's Talk!' platform...
PDA names Stone interim executive director
Source: | May 07, 2021 01:11:59
by Jeremy WalshThe Pleasanton Downtown Association has elevated Rochelle Stone internally to serve as interim executive director while the PDA board continues to recruit for a permanent leader going forward...
'What in the World?' Museum puts obscure objects on display for fun visitor challenge
Source: | May 07, 2021 01:10:54
by Dolores Fox CiardelliThis week Pleasanton's Museum on Main opened its newest exhibit, 'What in the World? Unusual Objects from the Museum on Main Collections.'..
Spring Real Estate: Eager homebuyers heat up Pleasanton market
Source: | May 07, 2021 01:07:30
by David StarkHomes in Pleasanton are selling for significantly more than their list price and in record time. Is this sustainable? One local real estate expert says yes...
Happy Mother's Day: Lookalike contest celebrates lifelong joys of motherhood
Source: | May 07, 2021 00:33:47
by Dolores Fox CiardelliVarupi Gupta says her daughter Pareena, now 12, did not always look like her. But the older she gets, the more the resemblance shows. 'I'm really happy my daughter looks like me, and I am glad people compliment us,' Varupi sai..
Dublin school board picks San Jose leader Funk as finalist for superintendent
Source: | May 06, 2021 17:43:07
by Jeremy WalshThe Dublin Unified School District trustees on Thursday publicly identified Chris Funk, a school leader in the San Jose area, as their top choice as the district's next superintendent, pending successful contract negotiations...
PUSD may switch course on temporary grading policy
Source: | May 06, 2021 04:46:03
by Julia BaumPleasanton Unified School District may extend its Credit/No Credit temporary grading policy for middle and high school students that are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic...
Las Positas College holding first Literary Arts Festival
Source: | May 06, 2021 00:45:59
by Dolores Fox CiardelliLas Positas College is holding an Literary Arts Festival all day Saturday, a free virtual event that will feature national and internationally recognized authors including best-selling memoirists, a Hollywood screenwriters and..
Livermore: Next Courtyard Concert to feature local singer
Source: | May 06, 2021 00:44:13
by Dolores Fox CiardelliThe Bankhead Theater is hosting its second live Courtyard Concert at 5:30 p.m. May 14, opened by Bay Area comedian John Lehre and featuring singer/songwriter Lauryn Marie...
Alameda County vaccination site at Oakland Coliseum to close May 23 with demand falling
Source: | May 06, 2021 00:38:09
by Bay City News ServiceThe COVID-19 vaccination sites at the Oakland Coliseum will close later this month after a rapid reduction in demand for first-dose appointments, Alameda County announced Wednesday...
Pleasanton council confirms new fees for Johnson Drive Economic Development Zone
Source: | May 05, 2021 23:47:44
by Julia BaumThe Pleasanton City Council unanimously voted on Tuesday to charge transportation fees on new development in the Johnson Drive Economic Development Zone (JDEDZ), which should help cover the cost of traffic improvements in the area...
Dublin Unified to fill board vacancy by appointment
Source: | May 05, 2021 23:45:19
by Jeremy WalshThe Dublin Unified School District Board of Trustees has opted for a direct appointment, rather than calling for a special election, to fill the Area 3 vacancy on its dais created by the sudden death of trustee Catherine Kuo...
Foothill, Amador Valley named 2021 California Distinguished Schools
Source: | May 05, 2021 02:03:16
by Julia BaumFoothill and Amador Valley high schools are the most recent Tri-Valley schools to join this year's crop of California Distinguished Schools awardees, a designation given to schools throughout the state for outstanding education...
New flags to be hoisted during hazardous fire weather at county stations
Source: | May 05, 2021 01:10:07
by Bay City News ServiceStarting this month, two dozen fire stations around Alameda County will hoist flags during dangerous fire weather conditions...
State bill to preserve remote access to public meetings met with resistance
Source: | May 05, 2021 01:09:56
by Jana Kadah / BCN FoundationOne of the silver linings of the pandemic was that more public meetings of local jurisdictions were streamed online, allowing more residents to tune in and participate without having to make time to go in-person...
Livermore council switches contractors for Livermorium Plaza
Source: | May 05, 2021 01:09:19
by Tony Hicks / BCN FoundationThe Livermore City Council has switched direction on which contractor to use to develop Livermorium Plaza at Mills Square Park, after the initial firm couldn't meet the city's insurance requirements...
Pleasanton Preps: Pleasanton represented well in second round of NFL Draft
Source: | May 05, 2021 00:28:32
by Dennis MillerJevon Holland, who was raised in Pleasanton, went to the Miami Dolphins at 36th overall, with Aaron Banks -- a former Pleasanton Junior Football League player -- going to the San Francisco 49ers at No. 48...
Pleasanton: Search for missing teen Sydney West continues as family increases reward to $25,000
Source: | May 05, 2021 00:00:55
by Ryan J. DeganSeven months later and the search continues for former Pleasanton resident Sydney "Syd" West, whose family (despite the length of her disappearance) remains hopeful and has increased the reward for her safe return to $25,000..
Livermore keeps Stein on Planning Commission, orders special training after his 'ghetto' comments
Source: | May 04, 2021 05:29:10
by Cierra BaileyThe Livermore City Council voted 4-1 to not expel Planning Commissioner John Stein contingent upon several conditions, including meeting with the city's Human Services Department, after his divisive comments on affordable housing...
Study says addressing racial inequity could reduce homelessness in Alameda County
Source: | May 04, 2021 05:09:43
by Bay City News ServiceAlameda County could make dramatic reductions in homelessness in three years by prioritizing programs that promote racial equity -- and investing $824 million -- according to a report released last week by the county...
Pleasanton council to revisit transportation fee for Johnson Drive Economic Development Zone
Source: | May 04, 2021 05:09:21
by Julia BaumThe Pleasanton City Council is set to revisit a proposed transportation fee that would be paid by developers who build in the Johnson Drive Economic Development Zone during its meeting Tuesday night...
Feds extend Real ID compliance date to May 2023 due to pandemic
Source: | May 03, 2021 23:41:25
by Eli Walsh / BCN FoundationThe U.S. Department of Homeland Security has extended its full enforcement of Real ID-compliant driver's licenses from Oct. 1, 2021 to 2023 due to the pandemic, DHS officials announced last week...
News Digest: Contra Costa County opens vaccines to all | HPMS teacher wins award | 'Backyard Brief' debuts
Source: | May 03, 2021 22:14:17
by Pleasanton Weekly staffContra Costa County officials announced Monday that the county now has enough COVID-19 vaccine supply to make doses available to anyone, regardless of whether they live or work in the county...
Dublin: DA declines to file charges against pair arrested in Lil Yase homicide
Source: | May 03, 2021 21:17:17
by Jeremy WalshA local couple arrested by police last week in connection with the shooting death of rapper Lil Yase in Dublin in November has been released from custody after prosecutors declined to file formal charges for evidentiary reasons...
'To Tri-Valley With Love' program seeks to spur local spending
Source: | May 03, 2021 03:10:36
by Ryan J. DeganTo help keep more Tri-Valley businesses afloat amid a teetering economy during the coronavirus pandemic, tourism advocacy group Visit Tri-Valley has launched a program to encourage residents to invest in their local business community..
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