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Danville Town Council warns residents to remain diligent in social distancing as coronavirus cases spike
The Danville Town Council has issued a warning strongly encouraging residents to remain diligent in taking all available... Last comment on Jul 3, 2020 at 3:01 pm | 2 comments

San Ramon student creates winning design for new California license plate on mental health
A student at Dougherty Valley High School designed the winning entry for California’s "Mental Health Awareness License... Last comment on Jul 1, 2020 at 12:31 pm | 6 comments

Council rejects 77-acre At Dublin development proposal
The Dublin City Council denied the At Dublin project last week, rejecting the proposed retail and housing development spanning... Last comment on Jul 2, 2020 at 3:55 pm | 3 comments

Golden State Killer: Man pleads guilty to slew of murders, rapes -- including San Ramon Valley crimes
The man known as the "Golden State Killer" pleaded guilty Monday to 13 murders, 13 kidnappings and dozens of other crimes,... Last comment on Jul 1, 2020 at 9:50 am | 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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Danville doctor shot, killed while off-roading in Sierra County
A Danville doctor died after being shot while off-roading with his teenage son in a rural area in Sierra County during the holiday weekend. Monday, 8:27 PM | 1 comments

Danville woman dies after crashing off Mount Diablo roadway
A woman from Danville died on Independence Day after her SUV went off Summit Road while coming down Mount Diablo and fell hundreds of feet, authorities said. Monday, 3:51 PM

San Ramon commission to review 169-room City Center Hotel project
The San Ramon Planning Commission is set Tuesday to review plans for the construction of a 169-room hotel on the Bishop Ranch property, a project that has long been planned for the development of the City Center area. Monday, 3:11 PM

Danville council to receive special report from Contra Costa Health Services
The Danville Town Council is set to hold a special meeting on Tuesday evening, during which time town officials will talk about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and local park services. Monday, 4:24 PM

County working on Bollinger Canyon Road this summer
The Contra Costa County Public Works Department has announced plans to apply a chip seal to roads throughout the county, including in San Ramon, and local residents are advised that some delays may arise. Sunday, 6:08 PM

Police: Danville man dies in 'horrific' family accident in Pennsylvania
A Danville man died after being accidentally hit by a car driven by his brother at a park in eastern Pennsylvania last weekend, according to police. Thursday, 12:15 PM | 1 comments

DeSaulnier hosting phone town hall on racial justice, strengthening communities
After overcoming a near-fatal case of pneumonia, Tri-Valley Congressman Mark DeSaulnier is set to have his first "public" appearance on Tuesday, when he hosts a telephone town hall to discuss racial justice in America. Thursday, 5:29 PM

Filing period for DSRSD Board of Directors opening soon
Prospective candidates considering running for one of three seats on the Dublin San Ramon Services District Board of Directors this fall can file their papers starting July 13 through Aug. 7. Sunday, 5:59 PM

PG&E moving headquarters to Oakland; San Ramon office to close by 2025
After 115 years of having its headquarters in San Francisco, PG&E announced last month it will move to Oakland beginning in 2022. PG&E also plans to close down its San Ramon satellite office in 2025. Sunday, 5:07 PM

Swalwell reintroduces bill to help small businesses during COVID-19
A federal bill that would help certain small businesses that have been hit hard during the COVID-19 pandemic by letting them defer payment on their first year of payroll taxes was reintroduced last week by U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell. Sunday, 6:00 PM

Danville council warns residents to remain diligent as coronavirus cases spike
The Danville Town Council has issued a warning strongly encouraging residents to remain diligent in taking all available options to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Wednesday, 4:53 PM | 2 comments

New retailers open in City Center Bishop Ranch alongside new health and safety procedures
As businesses begin to reopen for customers throughout Contra Costa County, local business Heller Jewelers and American furniture retailer Lovesac have announced their newest retail spaces have opened in City Center Bishop Ranch. Tuesday, 3:55 PM

Golden State Killer: Man pleads guilty to slew of murders, rapes -- including San Ramon Valley crimes
The man known as the "Golden State Killer" pleaded guilty Monday to 13 murders, 13 kidnappings and dozens of other crimes, some in the Bay Area including the San Ramon Valley. Monday, 10:30 PM | 2 comments

Contra Costa Health delays reopening timeline indefinitely
CCHS will postpone indefinitely its reopening timeline for businesses that had been slated to return on Wednesday, citing the need to better contain the COVID-19 pandemic amid recent upticks in cases and hospitalizations. Tuesday, 1:16 PM | 1 comments

San Ramon student designs new California license plate on mental health
A student at Dougherty Valley High School designed the winning entry for California's "Mental Health Awareness License Plate Competition." Tuesday, 5:09 PM | 6 comments

 

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