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Nicole Gonzales

Staff reporter, Pleasanton Weekly, Livermore Vine, DanvilleSanRamon

925-621-1175 | Email

About Nicole
Nicole Gonzales is a staff reporter for Embarcadero Media’s East Bay Division, the Pleasanton Weekly. Nicole began writing for the publication in July 2022.

A graduate of San Francisco State University’s journalism department, Nicole fosters a love for writing and storytelling. As a staff reporter with the Pleasanton Weekly Nicole covers the arts & culture scene of the Tri-Valley area, as well as general news and investigative pieces.

Nicole has previously covered arts & entertainment, social justice, and California politics at various publications in the Bay Area. A native of the Central Valley, Nicole spends free time playing piano, reading science fiction novels, or spending time with her pets.
Stories by Nicole
Symphony seeks applicants for high school awards, youth music competition
The Livermore-Amador Symphony Association invites young, talented Tri-Valley musicians to participate in two upcoming music competitions. The organization is also holding its POPS on the Green event for families Saturday afternoon.
[Wednesday, September 27, 2023]

DUSD: Emerald High School construction delayed three months, but project saves $49M in costs
Dublin Unified leaders recently revealed that Phase 1 of the Emerald High School construction has been delayed by several months, meaning students will begin attending classes onsite at the start of the next school year...
[Wednesday, September 27, 2023]

Pleasanton Senior Center celebrating big anniversary
In celebration of its 30th anniversary, the Pleasanton Senior Center will hold several events throughout the month. The center offers a variety of recreational, physical and artistic programs to keep Tri-Valley seniors active...
[Thursday, September 21, 2023]

Iron Horse Trail overcrossing installation postponed in Dublin
The planned closure of Dublin Boulevard for the installation of a new Iron Horse Regional Trail overcrossing was delayed earlier this month as a result of loose fasteners and a new date for the project work has not been scheduled.
[Wednesday, September 20, 2023]

Dublin school board rejects call to investigate if staff ignored its direction on grading practices
Dublin Unified trustees last week narrowly decided against initiating an investigation into leadership staff to see if they have been fully implementing the board's directive earlier this summer to halt any standards-based grading.
[Saturday, September 16, 2023]

A night out at the Firehouse
Whether it's time for a night out on the town, a special occasion or to enjoy a favorite local artist live, the newly announced lineup of shows for the 2023-24 season at the Firehouse Arts Center seeks to suffice.
[Thursday, September 14, 2023]

For the love of Scotland
The sound of bagpipes, Celtic rock and cheering crowds roared throughout the Alameda County Fairgrounds over the Labor Day weekend for an annual celebration of Scottish culture. See photos and coverage from our reporter here...
[Tuesday, September 12, 2023]

Dublin Boulevard closures set on two weekends this month
Total closures of Dublin Boulevard between Dougherty Road and Hacienda Drive are scheduled to take place during two weekends this month for the installation of a new Iron Horse Regional Trail overcrossing.
[Thursday, September 7, 2023]

Scottish showcase at the fairgrounds
All things Scotland -- kilts, bagpipes, scotch whisky and highland cows, to name a few -- return to Pleasanton this Labor Day weekend as part of an annual celebration of Scottish heritage.
[Thursday, August 31, 2023]

Student artwork displayed outside DUSD boardroom
To highlight talent and achievement, the Dublin Unified School District has displayed a large student-created art installation representing community and diversity using its wall space.
[Wednesday, August 30, 2023]