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State Assembly race tightens; Baker’s lead shrinks to 627 votes
The race to represent the San Ramon Valley in the State Assembly has narrowed to a 0.4% lead for Republican incumbent Catharine... Last comment 7 hours ago | 10 comments

San Ramon: City Center Bishop Ranch is open for business
After decades of planning and about 18 months of construction, San Ramon finally has a central community gathering place... Last comment 5 hours ago | 9 comments

Sabina Zafar to become first woman of color on San Ramon City Council
Local history has been made as Sabina Zafar will become the first woman of color elected to serve on the San Ramon City Council. Read... Last comment on Nov 12, 2018 at 6:33 pm | 5 comments

Danville incumbents Stepper, Storer win big on Election Night
Danville voters have continued their streak of always re-electing town incumbents, with Town Council members Karen Stepper... Last comment on Nov 9, 2018 at 10:37 am | 1 comment

 
 
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The Mustang Blaze won 3-2 in OT to win the U11 Division of the Dublin Shamrock Tournament. Players: Katherine Gillen, Izzi Strand, Lindsay Mescall, Brooke Balthasar, Katie Peruzzaro, Caroline Chu, Audrey Biekert, Kylie Kumnick, Samantha Berry, Tatum Geist, Kylie Yarwood, Peyton Delaney. Coaches: Pat Berry and Scott Kumnick Submitted by Marta Gillen on Aug 16, 2012

 
 
 
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San Ramon Valley ready to usher in the holidays with tree lighting ceremonies
As residents may be aware from Christmas commercials and decorations already available in stores, the holiday season has arrived and San Ramon Valley communities are celebrating with festive events in the coming weeks. Tuesday, 4:46 PM

Former East Bay Parks union treasurer guilty of embezzlement
A former treasurer of a union representing East Bay Regional Parks workers has pleaded guilty in federal court in Oakland to embezzling $490,338 from the organization. Tuesday, 1:20 PM

San Ramon: City Center Bishop Ranch is open for business
After decades of planning and about 18 months of construction, San Ramon finally has a central community gathering place as the long-anticipated City Center in Bishop Ranch is officially open for business. Sunday, 4:19 PM | 9 comments

Water leak forces DSRSD to close its office
Flooding has forced the Dublin San Ramon Services District to close its office in Dublin for up to three months, district officials said Tuesday. Tuesday, 2:54 PM

State Assembly race tightens
The race to represent the San Ramon Valley in the State Assembly has narrowed to a 0.4% lead for Republican incumbent Catharine Baker as Democrat challenger Rebecca Bauer-Kahan has gained two percentage points since Election Night, as pending ballots continue to be processed in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. Sunday, 6:53 PM | 10 comments

Tri-Valley Hero: San Ramon's Meachelle Lum, Finding purpose in tragedy
After Meachelle Lum's mother Megan died suddenly two years ago in the midst of the San Ramon teen's junior year at Dougherty Valley High School, her devastation was soon joined by a feeling of wanting to honor her mother's memory and turn tragedy into purpose. Sunday, 4:45 PM | 1 comments

Real Estate: It's the most wonderful time of the year ... to buy and sell
People tend to wait until spring to put their house on the market or start house-hunting, having heard November and December are lousy months to buy or sell a house. But the many benefits to buying or selling during the holiday months actually make it a perfect time. Sunday, 8:09 PM

Danville incumbents Stepper, Storer win big on Election Night
Danville voters have continued their streak of always re-electing town incumbents, with Town Council members Karen Stepper and Robert Storer dominating by large margins on Election Night. Thursday, 10:07 PM | 1 comments

Sabina Zafar to become first woman of color on San Ramon City Council
Local history has been made as Sabina Zafar will become the first woman of color elected to serve on the San Ramon City Council. Wednesday, 4:58 PM | 5 comments