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SR paramedics, firefighters to respond to some mental health calls instead of police
The city of San Ramon is playing host to a new pilot program for how first responders treat mental health crises, that includes... Last comment on May 16, 2021 at 11:37 am | 1 comment

Danville: Chief Shields recaps officer training methods after two fatal police shootings
In the face of increased scrutiny brought about by two fatal police shootings in nearly as many years, Danville's Police... Last comment on May 7, 2021 at 8:56 pm | 5 comments

Danville: Kiwanis Club cancels Independence Day parade after town doesn't grant permit
Danville's annual Fourth of July parade has been called off this year, according to organizers, who said they have been forced... Last comment on May 12, 2021 at 12:26 pm | 5 comments

EBMUD water experts tackle conservation, water quality, as drought advances
EBMUD declared a Stage 1 drought in late April, meaning customers in Contra Costa and Alameda counties are being asked to... Last comment on May 12, 2021 at 11:05 am | 1 comment

 
 
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The Monte Vista High School Jazz and Marching Bands performed at the Alamo Wine & Music Fest on Saturday September 11, 2010. Photo by: Perry Lentine Submitted by Perry Lentine on Sep 13, 2010

 
 
 
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San Ramon: Commission to review 177-unit senior residential and care facility
The San Ramon Planning Commission is set to debate a concept design for a new six-story, 177-unit senior housing and care facility proposed for the Bishop Ranch area during its meeting Tuesday night. Monday, 3:58 PM

SRVUSD board considering $2,500 pandemic payment to employees
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education is set to discuss Tuesday allocating a one-time payment of $2,500 to all full-time district employees for pandemic-related expenses and duties. Monday, 3:31 PM | 1 comments

State's mask mandate to continue until June 15 reopening date despite CDC guidance
California will wait until next month to implement recent masking guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for fully vaccinated people, state officials said Monday. Monday, 3:21 PM

Danville: Maintenance Services Department to present annual report to council
The town of Danville's infrastructure and public facilities are set to be the main topic of conversation during the Town Council's meeting Tuesday, when maintenance services director Dave Casteel will be on hand for his annual report. Monday, 3:46 PM

Three things to know about Gavin Newsom's spending spree
Gov. Newsom is proposing to spend California's $100 billion windfall on schools, small businesses, homelessness and more, while campaigning against the recall at the same time. Monday, 4:01 PM

County, Kaiser bringing mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinics to San Ramon Valley schools
Public school and health officials are partnering with Kaiser Permanente to send mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics to various schools around Contra Costa County, including the San Ramon Valley, in the weeks ahead. Sunday, 12:42 PM

Dublin council expected to extend funding terms for Iron Horse Trail bridge
The Dublin City Council will likely extend the terms of its funding agreements for the Iron Horse Trail Bridge at Dublin Boulevard project, after the project extending Scarlett Drive southward to Dublin Boulevard was delayed. Monday, 4:19 PM

Walnut Creek: Council holding joint study session on Toyota site redevelopment
Walnut Creek officials will hold a large joint session Tuesday to discuss Toyota Walnut Creek's plan to convert six acres of its property north of Ygnacio Valley Road into a mixed-use development with around 600 units of housing. Sunday, 4:52 PM

Eugene O'Neill Foundation announces 2021 Travis Bogard Fellows
Five artists have used the turbulent times to find inspiration and hone their crafts, efforts that have been rewarded by being selected for the Eugene O'Neill Foundation's prestigious Travis Bogard Artist in Residence Program. Sunday, 11:29 AM

High school talent makes a splash 'On Broadway'
It's not too late to catch this year's joint high school production, 'On Broadway.' Adapting to pandemic restrictions, Amador Valley and Foothill combined their students' talents to produce a movie of the musical revue now on YouTube. Sunday, 11:30 AM

Danville: Kiwanis Club cancels Independence Day parade after town doesn't grant permit
Danville's annual Fourth of July parade has been called off this year, according to organizers, who said they have been forced to do so after the town government failed to give them permission to proceed with enough time to prepare. Monday, 9:01 PM | 5 comments

SR paramedics, firefighters to respond to some mental health calls instead of police
The city of San Ramon is playing host to a new pilot program for how first responders treat mental health crises, that includes training firefighters and emergency paramedics to respond to mental health emergencies, instead of police. Wednesday, 5:51 PM | 1 comments

Valley Views: The family that brews together...
He has been a home beer brewer for years and wanted to continue, even as the stores carrying the ingredients closed. He also wanted to keep seeing his folks and thought they might help with the endeavor. Thursday, 4:10 PM

San Ramon woman killed in Wednesday crash was longtime teacher and mother
A longtime PE/special education teacher who lived in San Ramon died in a three-car crash at the intersection of Crow Canyon and Bollinger Canyon roads on Wednesday afternoon. Susan Guinee worked for years at Arroyo High School. Sunday, 6:32 PM | 1 comments

 

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