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Contra Costa County receives 'F' in annual air quality report
The Bay Area has some of the worst air quality in the nation but numbers have gradually improved over the last few years,... Last comment 18 hours ago | 3 comments

San Ramon Councilman Harry Sachs will not seek re-election
San Ramon Councilman Harry Sachs cites a desire to focus his energy on his family and the "winding down" of his teaching... Last comment on Apr 19, 2018 at 11:55 am | 3 comments

DPD: Driver arrested after crashing during short pursuit
Danville police arrested a Milpitas man following a brief pursuit that ended in a car crash Saturday afternoon, moments after... Last comment on Apr 16, 2018 at 9:09 am | 1 comment

Dublin High sophomore creates bus-tracking app
Anyone who has taken a school bus -- or any bus for that matter -- is well-acquainted with the unpredictable schedules of... Last comment 21 hours ago | 2 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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San Ramon council to weigh options for taxing Airbnb-type rentals
The San Ramon City Council is set to finalize some old business at their regular meeting Tuesday night before discussing the potential implementation of a new tax on short-term residential rentals in the city. Monday, 1:10 PM | 1 comments

Cal High student arrested on suspicion of threat against peers
A California High School freshman was arrested last Thursday evening on suspicion of conspiracy related to allegedly threatening to "do harm" to fellow students. Monday, 3:57 PM | 1 comments

Tim Talk: Tri-Valley's first venture capital fund set to close
The closing of the Tri-Valley's first home-grown venture capital fund is imminent. Tri-Valley Ventures, founded by six partners including Greg Hitchan and Don Garman, publicly launched the fund last December with a goal of $10 million. Monday, 5:06 PM

Cal High's Gagnon picked as county Teacher of the Year finalist
Cal High history teacher Shanna Gagnon has been selected among the four women named as finalists for the Contra Costa County Teacher of the Year award. Sunday, 8:08 PM

Danville: Parent group holds small rally downtown denouncing violence in schools
The residents met at the Danville Town Library to protest the continuous trend of mass shootings in schools and demanding commonsense gun reform. Speakers stressed the need for voters to support government officials who favor gun reform, and to make their voices heard. Sunday, 6:59 PM

Garden tour focuses on native plants
The joy of native plants used in personal gardens will be celebrated May 6 in the annual Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour. Monday, 5:06 PM

Arnerich to review State of the Town address during Mayor's Town Hall
Danville Mayor Newell Arnerich has invited members of the Danville community to the Mayor's Town Hall this Wednesday evening, during which he will provide highlights from last month's “State of the Town" address. Sunday, 7:42 PM

Community college board president resigned amid sexual misconduct probe
A preliminary investigation summary created Feb. 20 by the CCCCD Human Resources Department, shows that anonymous allegations of sexual misconduct made against Farley were believed to be true, according to the redacted report released by the district. Tuesday, 9:06 AM

Mobile museum's long road to permanent home hits critical juncture
After nearly 20 years of moving from location to location, the Valley Children's Museum is looking to leave its nomadic ways behind and establish a permanent, non-mobile home in Dublin. Friday, 1:55 PM

DPD introduces 'Pizza with the Cops'
An addition to the Coffee with the Cops program, at Pizza with the Police community members will be able to exchange ideas with, and ask questions to local police officers in a casual environment, residents will not only have the opportunity to socialize with police but also learn about how the serve the town. Thursday, 2:16 PM

SRVUSD Special Education Department gives report on state of program
The presentation, made by executive director MaryAnn Frates and fellow Ddrector Linda Rowley Thom, highlighted how the program cares for these students by explaining where the program is and where staff want it to go. Wednesday, 2:19 PM

Seven companies move to Bishop Ranch
Sunset Development Company, the owner of Bishop Ranch, announced the signing of seven new office space leases totaling 81,700 square feet. Sunday, 5:44 PM | 1 comments

 

Couples: . . . “Joy is greater than sorrow,“ . . . “Nay, sorrow is the greater.”
By Chandrama Anderson | 1 comment | 961 views

Local venture capital fund set to close
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