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Alameda County Sheriff candidates talk jail deaths, government mandates in forum
Source: | Jan 19, 2022 03:55:19
by Cierra BaileyThree contenders competing to become Alameda County's next sheriff faced off in a virtual forum earlier this month hosted by community group Livermore Indivisible...
Newsom's $50 million opioids education pledge comes as colleges warn of risks
Source: | Jan 19, 2022 03:37:32
by Emily Forschen, Itzel Luna and Colleen MurphyGov. Gavin Newsom proposed spending $50 million on youth opioids education, funding that comes as colleges are grappling with how to best protect students and train them in overdose prevention...
Contra Costa supes mandate electricity in new construction
Source: | Jan 19, 2022 03:29:37
by Tony HicksNew homes and buildings in unincorporated Contra Costa County will be powered by electricity instead of natural gas, the county Board of Supervisors decided Tuesday...
Pleasanton switches to renewable energy
Source: | Jan 19, 2022 03:28:21
by Julia BaumPleasanton residents and businesses will start receiving greener electricity from East Bay Community Energy, their new local energy provider, this month. Last year the city chose to set EBCE as the city's default electricity option...
Suspects in 'sleight-of-hand' jewelry thefts targeting seniors arrested by SRPD
Source: | Jan 19, 2022 03:27:20
by Jeanita LymanThe San Ramon Police Department announced today that they had taken into custody two suspects they believe are responsible for a series of jewelry thefts using "sleight of hand techniques," targeting seniors in San Ramon...
Council agenda: District map hearing, final Housing Element site vote
Source: | Jan 18, 2022 03:21:34
by Julia BaumThe Pleasanton City Council is scheduled to revisit and potentially vote on several items during their regular meeting on Tuesday, including approval of the 2023-31 Housing Element and a public hearing on proposed local elections...
154 acres of open space on Mount Diablo permanently protected
Source: | Jan 17, 2022 23:52:49
by Olivia Wynkoop After 15 years in the making, the group Save Mount Diablo successfully bought a $1.04 million conservation easement to forever protect 154 acres of open space on Mount Diablo's North Peak this week...
Here's what's changed as California's new COVID workplace rules go into effect
Source: | Jan 17, 2022 23:38:31
by Grace GedyeUpdated COVID-19 workplace rules went into effect on Friday. Several of the changes increase protections for vaccinated workers...
Learn about suicide prevention hotline assembly bill
Source: | Jan 17, 2022 23:37:30
by Pleasanton Weekly staffNAMI Tri-Valley is hosting a virtual event Thursday to learn about AB988, a bill that will create a new three-digit phone line for suicide prevention and local emergency response for individuals in mental health crisis...
Broadway comes to the Bankhead
Source: | Jan 17, 2022 23:14:12
by Dolores Fox CiardelliLivermore Arts has two New York musical acts coming to the Bankhead Theater -- Jeremy Stolle on Jan. 21 and the Queen's Cartoonists on Jan. 26...
Chorale holding auditions
Source: | Jan 17, 2022 02:52:32
by Dolores Fox CiardelliValley Concert Chorale is looking for new members for its chorus, which has been in existence for more than 50 years...
City Village project set to break ground at Bishop Ranch
Source: | Jan 17, 2022 02:50:53
by Jeanita LymanFollowing months of hearings and deliberations at San Ramon Planning Commission and City Council meetings, developers are one step closer to completing the long-discussed City Village project...
Pleasanton Community Page on Facebook -- a bright light of social media
Source: | Jan 17, 2022 02:50:07
by Dolores Fox CiardelliPleasanton resident and businesswoman Sandy Schneider founded the Pleasanton Community Group/Page to provide a forum for residents to interact and share constructive information about local news, events and topics in a positiv..
Canceled games, lack of players leaves Foothill coach exhausted
Source: | Jan 17, 2022 01:54:17
by Dennis MillerIt has been taxing on the players and coaches alike. With her first four EBAL games postponed from COVID safety protocols, Foothill coach Cheryl Namoca has been working what seems like non-stop to get the games rescheduled...
'No Sunday games' rule out: Mad dash to get basketball games played by Feb. 12
Source: | Jan 17, 2022 00:10:57
by Dennis MillerAs of Jan. 15, each basketball team in the EBAL should have played four of their 13 scheduled league games. Due to COVID protocol, that was nowhere close to happening as teams are struggling to get games played...
Soccer Power Rankings debut; basketball rankings as of Jan. 16
Source: | Jan 16, 2022 22:57:32
by Dennis Miller..
Zone 7 submits mandatory plan for groundwater management
Source: | Jan 15, 2022 03:42:25
by Julia BaumAhead of a deadline this month, the Zone 7 Water Agency recently submitted a plan for groundwater management to state officials...
After more than 40 years, state's tax credit for renters may increase
Source: | Jan 14, 2022 04:03:15
by Keith BurbankCalifornia's tax credit for renters may increase to account for inflation after more than 40 years, according to state Sen. Steve Glazer's office...
Dublin Councilmember Shawn Kumagai announces bid for state Assembly
Source: | Jan 14, 2022 03:47:40
by Julia BaumFirst-term Dublin City Councilmember Shawn Kumagai became the Tri-Valley's first candidate to announce plans to run for California Assembly District 20 earlier this week...
Museum hosts annual art showcase
Source: | Jan 13, 2022 23:33:12
by Dolores Fox CiardelliMuseum on Main and the Pleasanton Art League opened their 14th annual showcase this week of local artistic talents with "Imagination Expressed 2022."..
California teeters on edge of more COVID shutdowns
Source: | Jan 13, 2022 20:50:01
by Emily Hoeven Sonoma County banned large gatherings for the next month. LC County urged residents to postpone nonessential gatherings. A growing number of hospitals are cancelling or postponing certain surgeries. Sound familiar?..
Interest-based bargaining proposed at Pleasanton Unified
Source: | Jan 13, 2022 04:06:01
by Julia BaumA new approach to navigating negotiations between school administrators and staff members is one of three discussion items on a light agenda docket for the Pleasanton school board's regular meeting on Thursday, starting at 7 p.m...
LVJUSD wins Golden Bell Award for African American Scholars Program
Source: | Jan 13, 2022 03:37:02
by Cierra Bailey..
San Ramon Regional Medical Center seeks blood donors
Source: | Jan 13, 2022 03:35:47
by Jeanita LymanSan Ramon Regional Medical Center has announced a blood drive set for next week, citing the Red Cross' worst blood shortage in over a decade, and dire impacts such as the delay of life-saving surgeries in hospitals nationwide...
California schools will now include mental health curriculum in health classes
Source: | Jan 13, 2022 03:35:11
by Carolyn Jones Health classes in California high schools will soon cover depression, schizophrenia, mood disorders and other serious mental health conditions, thanks to a new law that went into effect Jan. 1...
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