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PPD: Resident watching home security video helps nab package thieves
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 23:53:38
by Jeremy WalshPleasanton police reported arresting two suspected package thieves with the help of a getaway car description provided by a resident who watched the crime occur on video outside his home earlier this week...
Lawsuit alleges Aramark, Alameda County sheriff profit from inmate labor
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 22:21:20
by PleasantonWeekly.comOakland civil rights attorney Dan Siegel filed a lawsuit in federal court on Wednesday alleging that Alameda County Sheriff Gregory Ahern and Aramark Correctional Services are profiting from free labor by inmates at the Santa R..
Glazer proposes bills to 'harden' communication, safety systems in power shutoffs
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 22:12:44
by PleasantonWeekly.comTri-Valley State Sen. Steve Glazer said Wednesday he plans to introduce legislation in January designed to help medical equipment and cellphone towers stay in operation longer in emergencies such as fires and earthquakes...
Prosecutors: Livermore company ordered to pay $100K for rupturing gas lines
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 22:07:03
by PleasantonWeekly.comLivermore-based company will pay $100,000 in penalties and costs because Santa Clara County prosecutors say it ruptured gas lines repeatedly over five years, although an attorney for the company strongly denied the allegations...
News Digest: Candidacy deadline approaching, Community Outreach Thanksgiving Dinner & BART public records
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 19:37:44
by Pleasanton Weekly staffThe nomination period for offices relevant to the Tri-Valley is Dec. 6, with a five-day extension given if an incumbent does not file for re-election...
2019 Holiday Fund campaign now underway
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 19:37:27
by Jeb BingToday we are launching our 2019 Pleasanton Weekly Holiday Fund, a campaign that will benefit 10 Tri-Valley nonprofit organizations...
Valley Link Applies for $400 Million in Funds Once Earmarked for BART
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 08:00:00
Valley Link is now officially asking the Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC) for an amendment to Measure BB, which would replace BART with Valley Link as the recipient of $400 million. BART?s extension to Livermore is now dead...
Author Gives Captivating Talk on Immigrants' Experiences
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 08:00:00
A prize-winning author last week described her personal journey to explore the challenging and sometimes brutal system faced by immigrants who arrived in U.S. without papers...
New President Named to Las Positas College
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 08:00:00
Dyrell Foster, a veteran Southern California community college administrator, said this week that he is ?looking forward to really hitting the ground running,? when he takes over in February as president of Las Positas College in Livermore...
PUSD to Set Bond Total at $323 Million
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 08:00:00
Pleasanton Unified School District voters will be asked to authorize bond sales up to $323 million for school improvements in the March 3, 2020 election...
New AC Hotel Opens in Pleasanton
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 08:00:00
After years of work and millions in renovations, AC Hotel Pleasanton, formerly Sheraton Pleasanton, is now open for business...
Matching Funds Support Stanford-ValleyCare New Stroke Program
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 08:00:00
The charitable foundation supporting a newly-certified stroke program at Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare announced a fundraising effort in which donations will be matched dollar for dollar by two local families that had life threatening experiences w..
New Solar Panels Help Bankhead Theater Become Energy Efficient
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 08:00:00
If there were a theme for the Bankhead Theater?s Nov. 12 reception marking its new array of solar panels, it might have been ?Curtain Up! Light the Lights! We?ve Got Nothing to Hit But the Heights!?..
Livermore Man Charged for Sexual Assaults That Occurred in 1997
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 08:00:00
For 22 years, police in Livermore and Union City hoped to identify a man who brutally sexually assaulted two women as they walked along the street...
Public Records Request Seeks City Communications That Led to Its Lawsuit
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 08:00:00
Livermore City Clerk Sarah Bunting is being asked to turn over emails and other documents that might help shed light on what led her office to sue the backers of a November 2020 ballot initiative...
Assistance League of Amador Valley Brightens School for Livermore Students
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 08:00:00
In September and October, the Assistance League of Amador Valley has provided clothing for children in need throughout the Tri-Valley area. Over the last 19 years, 5,500 children have been clothed through the League?s Operation School Bell...
Sign-up deadline approaching for Pleasanton's holiday parade
Source: | Nov 21, 2019 00:08:19
by Jeremy WalshPleasanton's annual Hometown Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony is coming up on the evening of Dec. 7, and city officials are reminding people that the sign-up deadline is approaching...
Livermore welcoming 'So You Think You Can Dance Live!'
Source: | Nov 20, 2019 23:13:23
by Dolores Fox Ciardelli"So You Think You Can Dance Live! 2019," which is on a 40-city nationwide tour with the Top 10 finalists and two All-Stars, will be at the Bankhead Theater in Livermore at 8 p.m. next Friday (Nov. 29)...
Around Pleasanton: Old Sheraton hotel gets a new lease on life by Marriott
Source: | Nov 20, 2019 22:11:45
by Jeb BingThe Pleasanton Sheraton on Stoneridge Mall Road was rededicated this month as a newly owned AC Hotel by Marriott, to be operated by Hersha Hospitality Management...
Council endorses framework for new East Pleasanton Specific Plan process
Source: | Nov 20, 2019 21:41:19
by Jeremy WalshThe city is poised to restart the East Pleasanton Specific Plan process early next year, with City Council expressing initial support Tuesday for city staff's concept for how the public planning effort would play out...
Pleasanton: City promotes Clark to community development director
Source: | Nov 20, 2019 02:07:00
by Jeremy WalshPleasanton's city administration has hired from within for its next community development director, promoting deputy director Ellen Clark to the department's top position effective Dec. 2...
Alameda County Transportation Commission selects new executive director
Source: | Nov 19, 2019 22:51:51
by Ryan J. DeganAlameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC) has officially selected former deputy executive director Tess Lengyel to serve as its new Executive Director tasked with leading the organization into the future...
Pleasanton police report 'busy weekend' with 14 arrests around city
Source: | Nov 19, 2019 22:37:01
by Jeremy Walsh"Busy weekend!" That was the headline for the Pleasanton PD's post on Facebook on Monday recapping a weekend that saw police record more than a dozen arrests in the city...
District: Dublin High student posts threat on social; police deem not credible
Source: | Nov 19, 2019 22:35:19
by Jeremy WalshA Dublin High School student is under investigation after school officials learned of a threatening post they made on social media overnight Monday, according to Superintendent Dave Marken...
State grant gives Las Positas students cash for class
Source: | Nov 19, 2019 16:39:58
by Julia BaumCash-strapped Las Positas College students can now apply for a California College Promise grant, which helps cover some of the cost of unit fees, textbooks and other supplies...
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