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Clarkson delivers San Ramon's State of the City address
With new community projects completed and others underway, the city on solid financial ground, high marks on public safety... Last comment on Feb 12, 2016 at 6:08 am | 4 comments

Toll details released as I-580 express lanes opening nears
A $55 million project to create express lanes expected to ease congestion along I-580 through Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore... Last comment on Feb 12, 2016 at 5:30 am | 14 comments

SRVUSD, teachers union reach tentative contract agreement
The San Ramon Valley school district and its teachers union have signed a tentative agreement that would seem to signal the... Last comment 18 minutes ago | 11 comments

Off-duty firefighters praised for resuscitating man at San Ramon gym
A pair of off-duty San Ramon Valley firefighters who were at 24 Hour Fitness in San Ramon last weekend helped save the life... Last comment on Feb 7, 2016 at 9:35 pm | 3 comments

 
 
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"Christmas Lights in Danville"
This house in the Woodranch neighborhood of Danville continues to add more lights to its annual display. Thousands of families drive by the Dana Highlands Court home each year. Submitted by David Williams on Dec 11, 2011

 
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San Ramon Valley school enrollment expected to keep climbing
The San Ramon Valley school district will continue to see its student population rise for at least the next seven years, according to its newest enrollment projections -- a turnabout from last year's figures, which estimated local school growth would begin to taper off after peaking in 2019. Friday, 4:16 PM

SRVUSD superintendent Shelton announces retirement
Superintendent Mary Shelton has announced she will retire from the San Ramon Valley Unified School District on June 30, capping a 32-year career in education, including the last four leading the valley's public school system. Friday, 9:03 AM | 7 comments

Ex-local attorney who killed cyclist given felony probation after failing drug test
An attorney and former San Ramon resident who killed a bicyclist in a hit-and-run collision in Dublin in 2012 could face up to a year in county jail after a judge Thursday placed him back on felony probation, saying the attorney failed to live up to the terms of his probation and an agreement with the court by testing positive for cocaine. Thursday, 3:08 PM | 6 comments

Clarkson delivers San Ramon's State of the City address
With new community projects completed and others underway, the city on solid financial ground, high marks on public safety and a new downtown city center on the horizon, life in San Ramon "really has never been better," Mayor Bill Clarkson said during his State of the City address Tuesday. Wednesday, 12:58 AM | 4 comments

Contra Costa County implements new Laura's Law program
The Contra Costa Health Services' new Laura's Law program to request treatment for people with severe mental illness began taking place this month, county officials announced. Wednesday, 9:26 PM

Toll details released as I-580 express lanes opening nears
A $55 million project to create express lanes expected to ease congestion along I-580 through Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore will be opened later this month, transportation officials said Tuesday. Wednesday, 9:18 PM | 14 comments

San Ramon-based Meridian buys Pasadena medical center for $37.5 million
Meridian Property Co., a San Ramon-based developer and owner of medical real estate, recently purchased Cotton Medical Center in Pasadena for $37.5 million, company officials announced. Tuesday, 9:58 PM

Swalwell named vice chair of Democrats' steering committee
U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin), whose district includes San Ramon, was appointed last week as vice chair of the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee, which sets the Democratic policy agenda and nominates Democratic members for committee assignments. Wednesday, 3:54 PM

Protestors urge Safeway to adopt 'cage-free' egg policy
A group of 30 protestors from a national organization called Mercy for Animals (MFA) lined Pleasanton's Stoneridge Mall Road in front of Safeway headquarters Monday calling on the grocery chain to follow others in adopting a "cage-free" merchandising policy. Wednesday, 5:16 PM

SRVUSD, teachers union reach tentative contract agreement
The San Ramon Valley school district and its teachers union have signed a tentative agreement that would seem to signal the end of 2015-16 contract negotiations that at times prompted dozens of local teachers to crowd school board meetings demanding a 6% pay raise. Tuesday, 9:58 PM | 11 comments

Overnight construction continues on I-680 express lanes

 

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