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Authorities: Teen culprit ID'd in Monte Vista bus graffiti
Investigators have identified the student they allege is responsible for racist and homophobic graffiti written in a TRAFFIX... Last comment 1 hour ago | 10 comments

School board to discuss upcoming labor negotiations
The San Ramon Valley school board is set to meet in closed session with the district's bargaining team Tuesday evening to... Last comment 6 hours ago | 15 comments

Tri-Valley Hero: Blackhawk teen honored as Rising Star
When Sports Illustrated named Connor Bruce its High School Athlete of the Month last April, it could easily have been assumed... Last comment on Nov 28, 2016 at 2:24 pm | 1 comment

Prep Sports: NCS still stands for 'No Common Sense'
I think over the years my two favorite sayings have been, "It is what it is" and "the more things change, the more they stay... Last comment 9 hours ago | 3 comments

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"Mark Madsen returns to SRVHS"
San Ramon Valley High School basketball alum Mark Madsen (Class of '94), who also starred at Stanford and helped the Lakers win 2 NBA titles, returned to his alma mater Monday night to speak to this year's crop of players and parents at the annual basketball banquet. Mark stressed to the players that as members of a large and close fraternity of SRV players throughout the years, they will come to use many of the lessons they've learned as part of the program. Here Mark mixes with this year's 5 seniors who were honored for their 4 years of playing SRV basketball. (L-R) Griffen Kapulica, Gavin Foltz, Madsen, Clayton Correa, Logan Louks, and Michael Hernbroth. Submitted by Gary Hernbroth on Mar 21, 2012

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Danville to swear in 3 council members, honor outgoing Councilman Doyle
The Danville community is set to welcome new Town Councilwoman Lisa Blackwell and bid farewell to outgoing Councilman Mike Doyle on Tuesday evening during the 35th annual Mayor's Installation and Community Service Awards presentation. Friday, 5:06 PM

Camino Tassajara set to reopen Dec. 16 after rain delays paving
The opening of a portion of Tassajara Road in Dublin and Camino Tassajara in unincorporated San Ramon Valley that has been closed since May for road improvements will now be delayed two weeks due to weather. Friday, 2:21 PM

Alamo ready for tree-lighting festival Sunday
Alamo residents are set to get the holiday season into full swing this Sunday evening as the Community Foundation of Alamo presents its tree-lighting festival in the heart of Danville Boulevard at the Andrew H. Young Park. Wednesday, 5:38 PM

SRVHS junior's 'Allergy Blast' wins local Congressional App Challenge
Danville teen Jasmine Steele took first place at the district level in this year's Congressional App Challenge for her original app that provides a platform for people to easily and quickly share allergy and medication information, U.S. Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (D-Concord) announced this week. Thursday, 5:30 PM

Authorities: Teen culprit ID'd in Monte Vista bus graffiti
Investigators have identified the student they allege is responsible for racist and homophobic graffiti written in a TRAFFIX bus that serves Danville's Monte Vista High School earlier this month, police and school officials confirmed Wednesday. Wednesday, 6:34 PM | 10 comments

Santa's Mailbox back open in Danville
Danville town officials are again hosting their annual Santa's Mailbox, giving children a direct connection to the North Pole and jolly old St. Nick himself. Thursday, 4:28 PM

Tri-Valley golfers win PGA Jr. Championship
Ten young golfers from the Las Positas ACE Junior Team have brought home the national title after controlling Team Georgia in the final match of the 2016 PGA Junior League Golf National Championship tournament in Arizona. Wednesday, 5:40 PM

Lengthy BART service cuts considered for seismic upgrades to Transbay Tube
The BART Board of Directors awarded a $267 million contract Thursday for seismic retrofits to the Transbay Tube, work that could cause service disruption to riders between Oakland and San Francisco. Thursday, 4:42 PM

Pleasanton fairgrounds horse track, stables closing for winter
The Alameda County Agricultural Fair Association has decided to close down its horse training operation for the winter beginning Dec. 26, leaving Tri-Valley owners and trainers without a local facility to practice and Pleasanton fairgrounds workers uncertain about their future employment. Thursday, 4:41 PM

Tri-Valley Hero: Lifetime Achievement, Danville's Mike Doyle
Change is in the air with the new year on the horizon, and Danville's town government certainly won't feel the same starting next month. For the first time in 25 years, Mike Doyle won't be sitting on the Town Council. Sunday, 6:54 PM | 3 comments

ID theft, hit-and-run reports top Danville police log
The Danville Police Department provides with a record of its calls each week. This is a sampling from Nov. 13-19, omitting the more mundane. Wednesday, 9:40 PM


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