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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
What a Week: Silent film festival spotlights Pleasanton's place in early days of cinema
The headline did its job, grabbing my attention right away: 'Pleasanton in the Movies'. The Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum regularly screens films from the early days of American cinema, particularly those shot in the Bay Area...
[Thursday, September 28, 2023]

What a Week: Time for election fun
'It's the most wonderful time of the year,' echoes sarcastically in my mind these days. No, not because Costco is already in full Christmas mode weeks before Halloween even hits. That's right, election season is here ...
[Friday, September 22, 2023]

San Ramon hospital quietly changes CEO for second time as acquisition decision looms
San Ramon Regional Medical Center has a new interim CEO for the second time in less than a year, all while the FTC continues to review the proposal for John Muir Health to fully acquire the hospital from its current majority owner.
[Tuesday, September 19, 2023]

Playing 100 holes ... while running a marathon
As if the Hope 100 Golf Marathon weren't enough of a challenge, Scott Wall has decided to raise the stakes physically. Instead of simply playing 100 holes in one day like his peers, Wall will also be running the whole course ...
[Thursday, September 14, 2023]

What a Week -- Brilliance onstage: Jason Alexander wows at record-setting Livermore Valley Arts gala
Worlds were colliding for me last weekend when my wife and I enjoyed an evening out at a work event -- the Brilliance at the Bankhead. Headlined by Tony and Emmy winner Jason Alexander, whose show featured an eclectic collection...
[Thursday, September 14, 2023]

What a Week: Remembering Charles Huff, Pleasanton's 'unofficial historian'
Pleasanton lost one of a kind last week when Charles Huff, the city's 'unofficial historian', died suddenly. My thoughts too are with the family of Jared Lee, a recent DVHS alum and son of a local elected official, who passed away...
[Thursday, September 7, 2023]

Cantabella Children's Chorus recruiting youth performers
Fresh off accolades at the Golden Gate International Choral Festival this summer, the Cantabella Children's Chorus is preparing for its new performance season ahead, which includes multiple concerts, a trip to Ireland and ...
[Thursday, September 7, 2023]

Bay Club acquires Crow Canyon Country Club
Crow Canyon Country Club is in new ownership hands, with The Bay Club announcing Thursday it has acquired the sports and special events venue in Danville as the first milestone of major growth planned for the SF-based company.
[Thursday, August 31, 2023]

What a Week: Lights out in Danville
Someone is finally going to put PG&E under the spotlight for what's been going on in Danville over the last year. We have all been impacted by power outages, but what town residents and businesses continue to experience is extreme.
[Thursday, August 31, 2023]

Judge denies plea deal for defendant in Tri-Valley fatal crash case
An Alameda County judge has rejected a proposed plea agreement between prosecutors and the defense in the vehicular homicide case stemming from the high-speed crash that killed a longtime Livermore resident last year.
[Wednesday, August 30, 2023]