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DPD releases video of stolen credit card incident
Danville police have released video footage of a person accused of using stolen credit card information at an Alamo gas station... Last comment 20 hours ago | 4 comments

School board, Danville council talk SRVHS parking
The San Ramon Valley school board unanimously endorsed Tuesday an early schematic concept for the planned San Ramon Valley... Last comment on Apr 19, 2015 at 7:46 pm | 8 comments

Monte Vista senior wins $36,000 science scholarship
A senior from Danville's Monte Vista High received a $36,000 college scholarship last week from a Connecticut-based green... Last comment 11 hours ago | 2 comments

San Ramon council talks drought, water conservation
The San Ramon City Council discussed current drought conditions affecting San Ramon and neighboring communities during its... Last comment on Apr 18, 2015 at 9:01 am | 6 comments

 
 
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"Monte Vista Marching Band"
The Monte Vista High School Jazz and Marching Bands performed at the Alamo Wine & Music Fest on Saturday September 11, 2010. Photo by: Perry Lentine Submitted by Perry Lentine on Sep 13, 2010

 
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City committee to talk marijuana dispensary ordinance
The San Ramon Policy Committee is set to debate Tuesday whether the city should move forward with drafting a proposed ordinance on medical marijuana dispensaries. Monday, 10:54 PM

Walgreens proposal returns to San Ramon commission
A revised proposal to bring a new Walgreens to the Dougherty Valley heads to the San Ramon Planning Commission on Tuesday night, more than seven months after commission members and three-dozen citizens expressed concerns about the original project concept. Monday, 3:36 PM

CoCo supervisors to review recommended 2015-16 budget
The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday is set to review the county's nearly $1.5 billion recommended budget for next fiscal year. Monday, 5:46 PM

Danville council to receive informational reports
San Ramon Valley High School reconstruction and parking is set to lead a slate of informational reports for the Danville Town Council on Tuesday night. Monday, 12:34 PM

DPD releases video of stolen credit card incident
Danville police have released video footage of a person accused of using stolen credit card information at an Alamo gas station earlier this month. Sunday, 9:19 PM | 4 comments

School board, Danville council talk SRVHS parking
The San Ramon Valley school board unanimously endorsed Tuesday an early schematic concept for the planned San Ramon Valley High classroom replacement project that could help create space for more on-campus student parking -- hours after the Danville Town Council voted to contribute up to $1.2 million toward SRVHS parking expansion. Friday, 2:18 AM | 8 comments

Monte Vista senior wins $36,000 science scholarship
A senior from Danville's Monte Vista High received a $36,000 college scholarship last week from a Connecticut-based green technology firm seeking to help the best and brightest science and tech students in the country. Sunday, 9:19 PM | 2 comments

Donor Network West set for move to San Ramon
Donor Network West, the third-largest federally designated organ procurement organization and one of the largest tissue recovery organizations in the nation, has signed a lease to move into an entire floor of Bishop Ranch 15 in San Ramon. Sunday, 9:25 PM

EBMUD board approves 20% water cutback, use restrictions
The East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) board of directors voted Tuesday to declare a stage four critical drought and impose a district-wide 20% mandatory reduction in water use. Friday, 4:42 PM | 10 comments

San Ramon council reviews draft budget
San Ramon City Council held a special public workshop Tuesday to review the draft budget for the next fiscal year. Friday, 1:56 AM

Alamo Elementary students raise $6,000+ for cancer foundation
Students at Alamo Elementary School collected more than $6,000 in a two-week coin drive to support the Lazarex Cancer Foundation after being inspired to launch a fundraising campaign after hearing the story of a young Northern California girl battling cancer. Wednesday, 3:53 PM

Lyme disease: a real threat in the Tri-Valley
Julie Posey Yorn was healthy and outgoing all her life, a two-time Miss Marin in her single days and later a finalist when she competed as Mrs. Pleasanton in the Mrs. California contest in 2004. Sunday, 6:59 PM | 2 comments

 

The air board gets an ear full from residents
By Tim Hunt | 5 comments | 1,003 views

Ballot Follies, and the great Candidate Challenge
By Tom Cushing | 6 comments | 341 views

Exchange Club Essay Contest Deadline
By Roz Rogoff | 4 comments | 300 views

Getting the Most Out of Your Summer Experiences
By Elizabeth LaScala | 0 comments | 118 views