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Jeremy Walsh

Editor, Embarcadero Media/East Bay Division

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About Jeremy
Jeremy Walsh is the editor of Embarcadero Media's East Bay Division, including the Pleasanton Weekly, and He joined the company in late 2013, two days after returning from his honeymoon. After serving as associate editor, he was promoted to editor in early 2017.

With primary duties focused on editing stories for the websites and daily Express emails as well as overseeing the Pleasanton Weekly print edition, Jeremy fills in on a variety of news coverage as needed — notable topics such as the Pleasanton Costco saga, serious breaking news, public agency investigations and court cases.

Jeremy also pens a biweekly column, What a Week, which debuted in 2021; serves on the Editorial Board, including writing editorial comments; and is part of the division's award-winning candidate forum moderator team.

A Benicia native who studied journalism at American University in Washington, D.C. (Class of 2010), Jeremy is a big Bay Area sports fan, enjoys movies and is an avid golfer. He lives in Pleasant Hill with his wife and son.
Stories by Jeremy
Alamo native, Pleasanton PD Lt. Sarasua hired as police chief in Pacifica
Pleasanton police Lt. Maria Sarasua will make local history for the Pacifica Police Department next month when she takes the reins as its new police chief, becoming the first woman to ever hold the position in the coastal city.
[Tuesday, March 21, 2023]

News Digest: I-680 northbound closure on for this weekend | Human services needs analysis | Fireworks in Dublin
Caltrans is moving forward with the third weekend closure of northbound Interstate 680 in the Pleasanton area this weekend after this final leg of the winter project was postponed for multiple weeks due to rainy weather.
[Friday, March 17, 2023]

Another inmate dies after medical emergency at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin
An inmate died at an area hospital two days after experiencing a medical emergency at Santa Rita Jail late last month, marking the fourth inmate death thus far in 2023 and prompting critical remarks from local activist groups...
[Friday, March 17, 2023]

What a Week: Dublin teen elected to Women's Hall of Fame
The Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame recently revealed its Class of 2023, a list of 13 female leaders who've made an indelible impact on their communities and the county at large, including Dublin High senior Noor Dharni.
[Thursday, March 16, 2023]

Real estate association honors best of the best
The Bay East Association of Realtors recently recognized standout members for accomplishments in the industry in the Tri-Valley and greater East Bay during 2022.
[Monday, March 13, 2023]

What a Week: The fentanyl fight
The PSA is targeted toward teens in high school, but it has the ability to impact anyone who watches. It centers on an emotional interview with Judy Burrescia, whose daughter Correen, a Granada alum, died from a fentanyl overdose...
[Thursday, March 9, 2023]

Rapper E-40 to headline Alameda County Fair concert series in Pleasanton
On a day when Bay Area concert announcements made national headlines, with the Outside Lands set list, the Alameda County Fair got into the act by teasing some of the musicians booked for this year's summer showcase in Pleasanton...
[Thursday, March 9, 2023]

Ride through Niles Canyon on vintage trains
Niles Canyon Railway will soon be restarting its weekend outings of rides on classic and restored steam- and diesel-powered trains. The program, which begins this month, will offer two roundtrips each day departing from Sunol...
[Tuesday, March 7, 2023]

Longtime Realtor Medeiros becomes Bay East president
Real estate professional and industry contributor Steve Medeiros, of Realty Experts in Fremont, was recently sworn in as this year's president of the Bay East Association of Realtors.
[Sunday, March 5, 2023]

Dublin selects Schmidt as next police chief
Cmdr. Nate Schmidt, who has worked the majority of his nearly 25-year Alameda County Sheriff's Office career with Dublin Police Services, has been appointed to become the city's next police chief effective March 19.
[Thursday, March 2, 2023]