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Congressman Swalwell Visits Livermore High School
Source: | Sep 23, 2020 07:00:00
On the cusp of diving into a civics lesson about the House of Representatives, Ms. Greer?s advanced placement (AP) government class at Livermore High School received a virtual visit from their own 15th Congressional District Representative, Eric Swal..
PLAY Foundation donates to local schools
Source: | Sep 23, 2020 05:16:43
by Pleasanton Weekly staffThe Promoting Leadership in Aspiring Youth (PLAY) Foundation Tri-Valley, which creates an environment for students to help other students and local nonprofits, raised $7,500 through its annual fundraising campaign...
Livermore: East Bay Parks reopening Del Valle Regional Park
Source: | Sep 23, 2020 05:14:04
by Ryan J. DeganAfter closing a number of its locations and services due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the East Bay Regional Parks District has announced that it will be reopening some facilities, including Del Valle Regional Park in Livermore..
DUSD board candidates debate future of Dublin schools at Weekly forum
Source: | Sep 23, 2020 00:13:42
by Cierra BaileyCandidates in the running for the Dublin Unified School District (DUSD) Board of Trustees participated in an online forum last week to share their views about issues impacting Dublin schools...
Current COVID Restrictions to Remain at Least Two Weeks
Source: | Sep 23, 2020 00:00:00
Alameda County will wait at least two more weeks before deciding whether to allow additional sectors of the economy to reopen, although the county has moved into a lower-risk category under California?s four-tier, color-coded Blueprint for a Safer Ec..
Pleasanton council majority passes on mask enforcement discussion
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 22:37:41
by Julia BaumAnother attempt to formally agendize face mask enforcement amid the COVID-19 pandemic as a future council action item fell short at last week's Pleasanton City Council meeting...
COVID-19: Alameda County upgraded to red tier under state blueprint
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 20:30:34
by Jeremy WalshAlameda County advanced out of the purple tier and into the red tier in the state's COVID-19 blueprint on Tuesday, but county health officials said no new reopenings will occur yet...
TVAPC to Hold Virtual Event on Affordable Housing
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 17:00:00
The Tri-Valley Anti-Poverty Collaborative will host its annual Toward an Affordable Housing Strategy conference at 7 p.m., Oct. 8...
Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce Partners with the Pleasanton Weekly and Livermore Indivisible
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 17:00:00
Two candidates, each vying for the mayor?s open seat and for the open council seat representing District 3, will be participating, virtually, in a candidates? forum on Tuesday, Sept. 22, from 6 to 8 p.m...
LAVTA Earns Top Transit Award for 2020
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 17:00:00
The Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority has received an Outstanding Public Transportation System Achievement Award for 2020 from the American Public Transportation Association...
PG&E Provides Nearly $64,000 to East Bay Food Banks to Support Emergency Preparedness
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 17:00:00
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is providing $675,000 to 37 food banks serving communities in PG&E?s service area in Northern and Central California...
Census Data Collection Ends Sept. 30
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 17:00:00
Data collection for the 2020 Census will end on Wednesday, Sept. 30...
UVD Robots in Pleasanton
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 17:00:00
The City of Pleasanton has acquired UVD Robots for additional sanitization in city facilities to further disinfect surface and airborne particles against COVID-19...
State stops accepting unemployment claims for 2 weeks to address backlog
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 04:34:16
by Bay City News ServiceGov. Gavin Newsom said Monday that the state Economic Development Department will stop accepting new unemployment insurance applications for two weeks to determine how to reduce the state's vast backlog of claims...
'Paint Pleasanton 2020' to exhibit online
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 04:29:27
by Dolores Fox Ciardelli"Paint Pleasanton," the annual art happening when the entire city becomes an art studio, will take place Sept. 21-27, but this year works created earlier may be entered into the show...
Alameda County launches new age-friendly website for seniors
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 04:28:05
by Julia BaumSeniors in Alameda County can find local services, resources and information to stay engaged and active in their communities through the newly launched "Age-Friendly County" website...
Danville: Former Athenian School teacher charged with sexual assault of a minor
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 04:27:02
by Ryan J. DeganA former teacher and track coach at the Athenian School in Danville has been charged for allegedly sexually assaulting an unidentified girl nearly seven years ago, according to the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office...
PUSD, city holding annual joint meeting on Tuesday night
Source: | Sep 22, 2020 04:26:43
by Julia BaumFor the first time, the Pleasanton City Council and Pleasanton Unified School District trustees will hold their annual joint meeting virtually, starting Tuesday night at 6 p.m...
Tri-Valley educators named 2020 Teacher of the Year
Source: | Sep 21, 2020 22:38:40
by Julia BaumThree Tri-Valley educators were recently recognized by the Alameda County Office of Education as the 2020 Teachers of the Year in their respective school districts...
Fertile GroundWorks Grows, Donates 200,000 Pounds of Food in its First 10 Years
Source: | Sep 21, 2020 22:00:00
Fertile GroundWorks has grown almost 200,000 pounds of produce to donate to food pantries and soup kitchens in the 10 years since the organization got started...
Looking back at first day of school in Livermore
Source: | Sep 21, 2020 01:29:31
by Pleasanton Weekly staffLivermore Valley Joint Unified School District students and teachers started their new school year under remote learning conditions in the final week of August. District officials shared a variety of photos from opening week..
Pleasanton's regional housing allocation may double in next cycle
Source: | Sep 21, 2020 01:28:04
by Julia BaumThe numbers aren't finalized yet, but Pleasanton may need to plan for about 4,800 housing units over the next decade and a half -- a 2.3-fold increase from previous estimates -- according to city staff...
Wine trolleys to run again in Livermore after 6-month shutdown
Source: | Sep 21, 2020 00:59:13
by Bay City News ServiceLivermore's wine trolleys will again hit the streets starting in early October after being parked for six months, the owner of Livermore Wine Trolley said Thursday...
California ballot measure to lift ban on affirmative action widely opposed by surveyed voters
Source: | Sep 21, 2020 00:55:29
by Bay City News ServiceA survey by the Public Policy Institute of California of likely voters found that 31% of voters said they would vote for Proposition 16 while 47% said they oppose the measure and 22% have not decided...
Livermore city candidate forum set for Tuesday evening
Source: | Sep 20, 2020 22:21:02
by Pleasanton Weekly staffThe two candidates for mayor of Livermore and both candidates for Livermore City Council District 3 are scheduled to participate in an online forum from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday (Sept. 22)...
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