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Six candidates vying to become new county supervisor for Blackhawk, Diablo
In the race to succeed the retiring Contra Costa County supervisor who represents Blackhawk and Diablo, a crowded field of... Last comment 4 hours ago | 2 comments

School board to consider approving new superintendent contract
The San Ramon Valley school board is set to weigh a proposed contract with $309,664 in annual salary for Rick Schmitt, the... Last comment 18 hours ago | 2 comments

Danville officials to debate revamped Diablo Road apartment proposal
The Danville Town Council and other town officials are set to discuss a revised concept for a three-story apartment complex... Last comment on May 23, 2016 at 8:54 pm | 13 comments

Director: San Ramon Golf Club in danger of closing
The owners of San Ramon Golf Club are strongly considering closing the 18-hole golf course in the south-central part of the... Last comment on May 10, 2016 at 10:09 am | 10 comments

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"Tassajara Valley Wins Crown"
Manager Mike Fuller's Tassajara Valley Big League team defeated Pleasanton 8-3 on June 10th to clinch the District 57 season championship with an 11-1 record. The champs capped off a 9 game winning streak after suffering their only loss by one run. They scored 109 runs while allowing just 27. Pictured: (Front row, L-R) Vanessa Fuller, Brian Smith, Eric Stone, Kris Gallwatti, Tommy Montalvo; (2nd row) Assistant Coach Brent Bowen, Nate Jump, Cody Chavarria, Hayden Letts, Matt Mazzoni, Kieran Sanchez, Nick Furman; (3rd row) Mgr. Mike Fuller, Brian Peterson, Kevin Alexander, Austin Winniger, Joe Vigil, Jacob Heathorn, Michael Hernbroth, Assistant Coach Gary Hernbroth. Not pictured: Lawrence Nelson. (Photo by Brent Bowen Photography) Submitted by gary hernbroth on Jun 11, 2012

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Six candidates vying to become new county supervisor for Blackhawk, Diablo
In the race to succeed the retiring Contra Costa County supervisor who represents Blackhawk and Diablo, a crowded field of candidates is proposing similar objectives but with different areas of emphasis. Tuesday, 4:16 PM | 2 comments

Water agency moves forward on $30 million water treatment enhancement
The Tri-Valley's water wholesaler is moving forward with a decades-long plan to add ozone technology to the area's primary water treatment plant, which could end up costing as much as $32.9 million. Tuesday, 10:50 PM

Toyota's San Ramon office builds playhouses for military families
Toyota's regional office in Bishop Ranch shut down Friday morning so workers could build playhouses for children and families of U.S. military service members. Tuesday, 11:37 PM

SRPD: Man arrested after running from officers, getting stuck in creek bed
A Danville man was arrested Monday afternoon after allegedly running from San Ramon police officers, jumping down into a creek bed and then getting stuck -- requiring local firefighters to pull him out. Monday, 10:28 PM

San Ramon city manager announces retirement
Greg Rogers is set to retire as San Ramon city manager this summer after more than five years as the city's top administrator. Monday, 4:10 PM | 2 comments

DVHS freshman hosting bone marrow registry drive
A Dougherty Valley High School student is set to host a bone marrow registry drive at the San Ramon Art & Wind Festival next weekend. Sunday, 9:49 PM

Fire department to conduct controlled training burns at Camp Parks Thursday
The Alameda County Fire Department will be conducting a controlled training burn exercise at Camp Parks Reserve Forces Training Area in Dublin between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m Thursday. Tuesday, 10:54 PM

DSRSD recycled water fill station to reopen June 1
The Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) will reopen its second residential recycled water fill station starting June 1 at the city of Dublin's Public Safety Complex at 6363 Clark Ave. at the intersection with Dublin Boulevard. Sunday, 9:35 PM

Groundbreaking ceremony ushers in Stone Valley Middle School construction
The Stone Valley Middle School community gathered Thursday to recognize a pivotal turning point for the Alamo campus: the start of construction to transform it into a contemporary educational facility. Tuesday, 6:48 PM

Foster care nonprofit Agape Villages helps support children in crisis
Being foster parents just made sense to Liz and Richard Messenger. After raising five children of their own, an empty nest sounded like a form of torture, rather than freedom, and there are so many other children out there who need help. Wednesday, 4:13 PM

San Ramon celebrates new City Hall
Hundreds were on hand as San Ramon city officials unveiled the new City Hall with a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday morning. Monday, 11:41 AM | 3 comments

Beware: Tick time is here
It's that time of year again. Trees are blossoming, weather is warming, grasses are growing, and the Ixodes pacifica nymphs are questing for a blood meal. You won't even feel the bite as they most considerately inject an anesthetic first. Sunday, 6:17 PM | 2 comments


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