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San Ramon seeks residents to volunteer on advisory committees
Currently the city is searching for residents to serve on its Planning Commission, Library Advisory Committee, Senior Citizen... Last comment on Jan 18, 2019 at 11:35 am | 3 comments

Danville: Dog walker facing misdemeanor animal cruelty after viral video
A dog walker in Danville has been making headlines for allegedly being caught on camera abusing one of the dogs in his care,... Last comment on Jan 19, 2019 at 10:09 am | 3 comments

SRVUSD completes final Measure D bond sales for $60 million
San Ramon Valley Unified School District officials have announced the completion of the district's third and final Measure... Last comment on Jan 17, 2019 at 11:15 pm | 1 comment

Congressman DeSaulnier to discuss federal shutdown at town hall Saturday
With the partial government shutdown having officially become the longest in U.S. history, U.S. Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (D-Concord)... Last comment 16 hours ago | 6 comments

 
 
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"Godbeams Over Danville"
This image was taken just at daybreak from a hillside on the west side of the 680 fwy. The sun is low on the horizon causing the sun beams to be filtered by the clouds producing expanding "godbeams" over the town of Danville. This image won best of show in the recent Tri-Valley Photo contest. Submitted by Richard Valenti on Jan 24, 2014

 
 
 
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County reflecting on impact of Martin Luther King Jr.
Monday marks what would have been the 90th birthday of American civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., and to recognize the occasion, the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors will continue its longstanding tradition of holding a celebration of the man's life and legacy. Sunday, 9:39 PM

Danville Planning Commission to discuss West El Pintado Road townhouse project
The construction of 37 townhouses within central Danville is set to be the top item of conversation for the town's Planning Commission on Tuesday evening, during which commissioners will discuss the environmental impact of the proposed development and consider recommending final approval to the Town Council. Monday, 10:27 AM

City Council to review Discover San Ramon's annual report
The San Ramon Valley Tourism Improvement District, more commonly known as Discover San Ramon, will be the main topic of conversation at San Ramon's City Council meeting on Tuesday, where staff will give a report on the organization's past operations and future goals. Monday, 1:28 PM

Danville: Role Players examining race, consumerism in America with 'Honky'
Danville's Role Players Ensemble will be touching on issues of racism, consumerism and basketball shoes with its newest production, as it brings the critically acclaimed “Honky" to the Village Theatre and Art Gallery. Monday, 2:45 PM

Bail reform law put on hold as referendum qualifies for 2020 ballot
A historic California law that would replace cash bail with a risk assessment system has been put on hold because a referendum challenging it qualified for the November 2020 ballot. Monday, 1:49 PM

Tri-Valley Women’s March sees hundreds take the streets of downtown Pleasanton
On the second anniversary of the 2017 international Women's March, hundreds of Tri-Valley residents gathered in Pleasanton to participate in the city's first Women's March, celebrating diversity, inclusion and the success of women locally and nationally. Sunday, 8:22 PM

​SRVUSD releases proposed trustee area maps​ for district-based board elections
As the first government agency in the region to begin its transition to district-based elections from at-large elections, the San Ramon Valley school board has issued two preliminary concepts for potential district maps, which the trustees will review at a special board meeting next Thursday night. Thursday, 4:29 PM

Danville museum spotlights 'The Sixties at Fifty'
War, civil unrest, bell bottoms and the summer of love. The 1960s in the United States were a turbulent time that would change the course of the nation, and the Museum of the San Ramon Valley plans to chronicle how the times affected the local community with its newest exhibit “The Sixties at Fifty: Turbulence and Transformation, the San Ramon Valley in the 1960s." Sunday, 9:46 PM

Danville: Dog walker facing misdemeanor animal cruelty after viral video
A dog walker in Danville has been making headlines for allegedly being caught on camera abusing one of the dogs in his care, a video that has gone viral throughout the Bay Area. Wednesday, 2:45 PM | 3 comments

Bay Club bids for Castlewood as members consider options
Members will consider options at the Pleasanton club's annual meeting on Jan. 19 when the Board of Directors and senior staff will lay out various scenarios and their costs for tackling the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) shortcomings of the clubhouse. Tuesday, 12:55 PM

Hospital names new chief strategy officer
San Ramon Regional Medical Center announced last week the appointment of Pam Yoo as its new chief strategy officer. Thursday, 5:14 PM

SRVUSD completes final Measure D bond sales for $60 million
San Ramon Valley Unified School District officials have announced the completion of the district's third and final Measure D bond sale, generating $60 million in cash proceeds to fund the development of public school facilities throughout the Valley. Friday, 12:08 PM | 1 comments

Mudd's property in San Ramon vandalized
The former Mudd's Restaurant property in San Ramon has been mostly abandoned and become a popular target for vandalism, according to officials with the city, which now owns the once-popular eating destination. Thursday, 10:47 PM | 2 comments

Church, SRVUSD settle lawsuit with ex-Cal High coach's abuse victim for $1.5M
A sexual assault survivor is receiving more than $1.5 million combined from New Life Church of Alamo and the San Ramon Valley Unified School District as part of the settlement of legal complaints stemming from abuse committed by a former church youth group leader and California High School head wrestling coach, according to a statement from the young man's attorneys on Thursday. Thursday, 5:17 PM | 2 comments

 

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