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PG&E announces Patti Poppe as next CEO
Source: | Nov 25, 2020 05:25:13
by Bay City News ServicePG&E Corp. announced last week that Patricia "Patti" Poppe has been appointed as the utility's new chief executive officer...
Livermore subcommittee, working group aim to foster equity and inclusion
Source: | Nov 25, 2020 05:21:22
by Cierra BaileyThe Livermore City Council is working to integrate equity and inclusion into the fabric of the community through its newly formed subcommittee and subsequent working group...
Foothill student is first female Eagle Scout in Tri-Valley
Source: | Nov 25, 2020 05:20:37
by Dolores Fox CiardelliLauren Swenson-Lennox of Pleasanton has become the Tri-Valley's first female Eagle Scout, completing her Board of Review on Oct. 30. She is a founding member of Troop 998G formed in February 2019...
Christmas Toy Drive benefits PUSD families struggling during pandemic
Source: | Nov 25, 2020 05:19:52
by Julia BaumCommunity members and local service organizations are partnering to collect and donate holiday gifts to more than 900 students in Pleasanton Unified School District during the Pleasanton Christmas Toy Drive, which runs through Dec. 11...
COVID-19 case rate continuing to rise in Alameda County
Source: | Nov 25, 2020 05:18:01
by Bay City News ServiceWhile Alameda County's rate of new coronavirus cases continues to rise, the county is not seeing the same level of hospitalizations as it did earlier this year, the county's health officer said Tuesday...
Pleasanton Preps: Decision to postpone high school sports again makes me 'as mad as hell'
Source: | Nov 25, 2020 00:53:59
by Dennis MillerWith high school sports, at least the kids had Dec. 7 as the carrot to point their hopes toward. Now that is gone and who knows when they will have another hope to cling to, if one even arises. So, where do we direct our anger?..
Thorne presents his final Mayor's Award; leaders praise city's outgoing mayor
Source: | Nov 25, 2020 00:45:50
by Jeremy WalshPleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne handed out the final Mayor's Award of his four-term tenure during a virtual ceremony that also included Thorne's peers offering special recognition to the city's outgoing mayor...
CSU faculty, administrators at odds over ethnic studies requirement
Source: | Nov 25, 2020 00:11:33
by Bay City News ServiceCalifornia State University took another step last Tuesday toward requiring students to take an ethnic studies class as part of their lower-division coursework, a move that would also have significant implications for the stat..
BART board OKs incentivizing early retirements to address budget woes
Source: | Nov 25, 2020 00:11:11
by Bay City News ServiceThe BART Board of Directors voted Thursday to forge ahead with an incentivized retirement program intended to help mend the agency's ailing financial outlook due to the coronavirus pandemic...
Vien Dies by Suicide Following Charges
Source: | Nov 24, 2020 13:00:00
LIVERMORE ? A man tied through DNA to two rapes that occurred more than two decades ago has killed himself, bringing a shocking end to a frightening case, prosecutors said...
Body Found at Las Positas College Campus
Source: | Nov 24, 2020 08:00:00
A Livermore resident apparently committed suicide Nov. 20 at Las Positas College, an Alameda County coroner official said...
Police Seek Public Help in Arson Cases
Source: | Nov 24, 2020 08:00:00
Detectives hope the public can help identify a suspect in fires that appeared to be intentionally set at two Pleasanton parks this month targeting playground equipment in the early morning hours...
Passing on the memories
Source: | Nov 24, 2020 04:48:04
by Dolores Fox CiardelliSelling the old family home is hard -- especially when it is a stunning Victorian on Second Street in Pleasanton -- but it helps when the buyer is the young family across the street.....
Foothill DECA pushes to new heights during Global Entrepreneurship Week
Source: | Nov 24, 2020 01:49:42
by Julia BaumFoothill High School's DECA members showed off their business savvy during Global Entrepreneurship Week, an annual event that prepares high school and college students for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management...
Leaders look to local solutions for Pleasanton's Climate Action Plan 2.0
Source: | Nov 24, 2020 01:46:41
by Julia BaumPleasanton's long-term outlook for addressing climate change could entail local solutions such as the city producing its own renewable energy and investing in green infrastructure, according to local leaders and environmental activists..
Castlewood rebrands as The Club at Castlewood ahead of extensive remodel
Source: | Nov 24, 2020 00:35:23
by Tim HuntPleasanton's historic Castlewood Country Club now has a new name to herald its $16 million remodeling and upgrading project that will launch next spring. It is now called The Club at Castlewood...
Local J. Rockcliff acquired by Silicon Valley brokerage
Source: | Nov 23, 2020 22:17:14
by Pleasanton Weekly staffJ. Rockcliff Realtors, with offices in Pleasanton, Danville and a number of other East Bay communities, was recently acquired by Sereno Group...
Dublin again ranks as best conditioned roads in entire Bay Area
Source: | Nov 23, 2020 22:13:44
by Bay City News ServiceThe average overall state of the Bay Area's local roadways has held steady over the past five years and is described as "fair" in a report released Thursday by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission...
Livermore PD responds to death in public
Source: | Nov 23, 2020 20:23:12
by Jeremy WalshThe Livermore Police Department is investigating after a local man was found dead on the property of Las Positas College on Friday in an apparent suicide in public...
PUSD trustees approve 2.75% pay raises for cabinet members
Source: | Nov 23, 2020 01:39:24
by Julia BaumAfter postponing a vote on the matter earlier this spring, the Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved pay raises for the district's executive cabinet at their Nov. 12 meeting...
Zone 7 offering rebates for self-adjusting 'smart' irrigation controllers
Source: | Nov 23, 2020 01:29:11
by Julia BaumSwap out your outdated irrigation system controllers for new self-adjusting "smart" controllers and save both water and money with Zone 7 Water Agency's "Smart Irrigation Controller Rebate Program."..
Livermore: Quest Science Center plans livestream STEM panel
Source: | Nov 23, 2020 01:24:28
by Julia BaumEducators, innovators and advisors will share their stories and insight to inspire future scientists and engineers during a Dec. 1 livestream event hosted by Quest Science Center in Livermore...
Public advocates seek $166M penalty against PG&E over power shutoff notifications in 2019
Source: | Nov 22, 2020 05:52:24
by Bay City News ServiceA $166 million penalty against PG&E is being sought by advocates for ratepayers for failures related to three 2019 Public Safety Power Shutoffs...
Supervisors appoint Dr. Moss as county's permanent health officer
Source: | Nov 22, 2020 05:50:45
by Bay City News ServiceDr. Nicholas Moss, who has served since July in an interim role, is the new health officer of Alameda County, supervisors agreed Tuesday...
Alameda County to receive $4.1M in settlement with Apple over iPhone batteries
Source: | Nov 21, 2020 23:46:16
by Bay City News ServiceAlameda County will receive $4.1 million in a settlement with Apple Inc. over alleged misrepresentations about its iPhone, the California Attorney General's Office said Wednesday...
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