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Swalwell bill would ban penalties on online business critics
A proposed bill introduced this week by Congressman Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin) would make it illegal for businesses to penalize... Last comment 1 hour ago | 6 comments

New law requires drivers to give cyclists 3-foot buffer
While cars passing bicyclists always had to give them a safe distance, California has now defined that distance as three... Last comment 29 minutes ago | 22 comments

Danville adds to SummerHill Homes suit appeal
The Danville Town Council has decided to appeal a second component of a recent court ruling against the town in a lawsuit... Last comment 1 hour ago | 24 comments

Changes, new features for Town Square
As some of you have noticed, we are in the process of making a few changes in how Town Square operates. These stem from our... Last comment 18 hours ago | 5 comments

 
 
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New stoplight coming near Alamo Elementary
A prominent intersection near Alamo Elementary School is set to receive a safety makeover this fall. Contra Costa County is adding a traffic signal, sidewalks and bike lanes at the junction of Livorna and Wilson roads. Thursday, 3:17 PM

Danville d'Elegance set for this weekend

Tri-Valley Heroes nomination deadline Monday

Teen Esteem gala set for Sept. 27

Danville council supports zoning text amendments

DUIs, thefts, crashes top SRPD call log

Swalwell bill would ban penalties on online business critics

 

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My Old Lady Life has a way of making strange bedfellows. With his late-breaking directorial debut "My Old Lady," septuagenarian playwright Israel Horovitz offers up a "three-hander" that proves the point by offering choice roles to Kevin Kline, Dame Maggie Smith...... Read the full review

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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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