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Police: Three teens arrested after armed robbery attempt in mall parking lot
Source: | Sep 28, 2021 00:47:51
by Jeremy WalshThree teenagers were taken into custody after Pleasanton police allege they attempted to rob someone at gunpoint in the Stoneridge Shopping Center parking lot on Monday afternoon...
Truck crashes into Hallmark store in Pleasanton; driver arrested
Source: | Sep 27, 2021 22:20:00
by Jeremy WalshA pickup truck plowed into the Hallmark store on Santa Rita Road just before midnight on Sunday night, causing extensive damage to the building and resulting in the driver's arrest on suspicion of DUI, according to Pleasanton police...
Preliminary agreement approved for better mental health care at Santa Rita Jail
Source: | Sep 27, 2021 20:47:34
by Keith BurbankU.S. Magistrate Judge Nathanael Cousins preliminarily approved a settlement in a federal class action lawsuit against Alameda County over mental health care at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin and at any other Alameda County jail...
Staying Healthy: Traffic trends in Tri-Valley give officials cause for concern
Source: | Sep 27, 2021 20:47:12
by Julia BaumA rash of traffic collisions in the Tri-Valley this year between pedestrians and motorists, including a handful of fatalities, has local law enforcement and other officials reminding residents to take extra care on roadways lately...
Pleasanton: Woman dies after crashing down I-680 embankment near Happy Valley Road
Source: | Sep 27, 2021 01:18:10
by Jeremy WalshA driver was killed after losing control of her car on Interstate 680 south of Pleasanton and overturned multiple times down a hill next to the freeway on Sunday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol...
State officials announce plans to roll out COVID vaccine boosters after full federal approval
Source: | Sep 26, 2021 21:23:09
by Eli Walsh / BCN FoundationState officials announced their plan Thursday to roll out COVID-19 vaccine booster doses to eligible residents once they are fully approved by the federal government...
Who's dying in California from COVID-19?
Source: | Sep 26, 2021 17:48:54
by Hannah GetahunCalifornia's COVID-19 deaths are skewing younger, with the average age dropping seven years in September. Death rates are increasing for most racial groups, particularly Latinos...
As California's drought deepens, water use drops only 1.8%
Source: | Sep 26, 2021 17:45:37
by Rachel BeckerNext year's cuts in water supply could go even deeper as severe drought grips nearly 90% of California. Residents of the North Coast and Bay Area conserved more than Southern Californians did...
Livermore news site to launch next month
Source: | Sep 26, 2021 17:44:01
by Pleasanton Weekly staffEmbarcadero Media Group, parent company of the Pleasanton Weekly and DanvilleSanRamon.com, is launching a community news site in the Tri-Valley: LivermoreVine.com...
Staying Healthy: Pleasanton man recognized by 49ers for community service
Source: | Sep 26, 2021 17:43:27
by Cierra BaileyPleasanton's Dave Moirao was honored by the SF 49ers as this year's recipient of the organization's Community Quarterback Award, which recognizes volunteers who show leadership, dedication and a commitment to bettering the Bay Area...
Staying Healthy: Work-life harmony as a 'three-legged stool'
Source: | Sep 25, 2021 23:27:21
by Jeanita LymanA study in selflessness, Reena Gupta's work has centered on helping others, and her personal life has been deeply affected by a strongly communal household and close family ties. However, Gupta does not advocate self-abdication...
Livermore Valley Opera wins The American Prize
Source: | Sep 25, 2021 23:26:18
by Jeremy WalshLivermore Valley Opera has been honored as the cream of the crop among peers nationwide after winning The American Prize in the Professional Opera Division for its ambitious double-bill production on the eve of the pandemic in 2020...
Colorful art exhibit kicks off autumn at Bankhead Gallery
Source: | Sep 25, 2021 23:24:51
by Julia BaumTri-Valley art lovers can admire a colorful array of hand drawn creations by Bay Area artists, ranging from lifelike to surreal, at the Bankhead Theater Gallery in Livermore through Halloween...
Officials announce concert lineup for Alameda County Fair in October
Source: | Sep 25, 2021 23:19:44
by Jeremy WalshPleasanton is gearing up for the return of the Alameda County Fair from Oct. 22-31, after nearly a year and a half of COVID-19-related closures, and fair organizers have now announced the outdoor concert lineup...
Wells Middle School principal will return on Monday
Source: | Sep 25, 2021 01:15:09
by Julia BaumA Dublin middle school principal who was placed on administrative leave earlier this week will be back to work on Monday, Dublin Unified School District officials confirmed on Friday...
Amazon buys large property for planned warehouse in East Pleasanton
Source: | Sep 24, 2021 05:33:51
by Julia BaumAmazon recently acquired a large swath of undeveloped land in East Pleasanton for about $75 million and plans to open a distribution warehouse in the future, adding to the e-commerce retail giant's growing footprint in the Tri-Valley...
Valley Views -- Dateline Berlin: On my journey to visit grandkids abroad ... during a pandemic
Source: | Sep 24, 2021 05:25:28
by Dolores Fox CiardelliOf my nine visits to Berlin since my son Pepe moved here in late 1999, this was by far the most challenging journey. Bottom line: I do not recommend international travel during a pandemic. I can only describe the trek as Kafka..
No criminal charges pursued in San Ramon crash that killed NFL coach Greg Knapp
Source: | Sep 24, 2021 00:42:03
by Jeremy WalshContra Costa County prosecutors have declined to pursue criminal charges against the driver of the vehicle that struck cyclist Greg Knapp, an NFL assistant coach who died after the collision in San Ramon in July, according to SRPD...
Tri-Valley Haven's Pace for Peace 5K/10K fundraiser returns in-person next weekend
Source: | Sep 24, 2021 00:28:24
by Cierra BaileyTri-Valley Haven's annual Pace for Peace 5K/10K run/walk returns to Livermore for its 24th year. The event, set for Oct. 2, will be in-person again this year after going virtual in 2020 due to the pandemic...
Staying Healthy: Work-life harmony as a 'three-legged stool'
Source: | Sep 24, 2021 00:25:40
by Jeanita LymanA study in selflessness, Reena Gupta's work has centered on helping others, and her personal life has been deeply affected by a strongly communal household and close family ties. However, Gupta does not advocate self-abdication...
Summer school recap, Measure I1 contracts top routine agenda for Pleasanton school board
Source: | Sep 23, 2021 05:48:39
by Julia BaumThe Pleasanton school board is set to process an assortment of routine business items including program reports, general updates, and approving contracts during their regular meeting on Thursday, starting 6 p.m...
Pratt appointed interim principal at Walnut Grove Elementary
Source: | Sep 22, 2021 23:32:56
by Julia BaumWalnut Grove Elementary School has new leadership as of several weeks ago, but with a face that will be familiar to students and parents while Pleasanton Unified School District continues to search for a new permanent principal...
Accountability at center of Amador coach's decision to cancel freshman football game
Source: | Sep 22, 2021 22:48:31
by Dennis MillerPerhaps the most important life lesson learned from high school sports is also the one missing the most: accountability. Amador football coach Danny Jones saw this missing from some freshman football players and acted decisively.....
Before St. Francis, Monte Vista took down De La Salle
Source: | Sep 22, 2021 22:25:40
by Dennis MillerNot many outside the Monte Vista program gave the Mustangs a chance. But in a 1987 'win for the ages', MV fought through a tough game and came away with a 14-13 win against De La Salle, ending a 44-game winning streak...
Livermore woman pleads to second-degree murder for crash that killed two passengers in 2017
Source: | Sep 22, 2021 22:09:25
by Jeremy WalshLivermore resident Lauren Davis, 30, pleaded no contest this week to two counts of second-degree murder on the eve of trial for the DUI crash that killed two passengers on the night before Thanksgiving four years ago...
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