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Petition circulated to challenge Danville council’s approval of Magee Preserve project
The Danville Town Council formally approved the latest version of the long-debated Magee Preserve housing development in... Last comment 3 hours ago | 3 comments

Thousands gather for Fourth of July parade in downtown Danville
For more than 40 years, the Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley has coordinated the parade, and throughout all of those years,... Last comment 12 hours ago | 7 comments

County library system offers free BART tickets to museums all summer long
Residents in Contra Costa County looking for an infusion of culture this summer are in luck because the Contra Costa County... Last comment on Jul 19, 2019 at 11:56 am | 1 comment

Danville: Commemorative bike ride, memorial set for cyclist killed near Diablo
Participants will ride a short distance toward Mount Diablo where a memorial 'Ghost Bike' has been set up on the side of... Last comment on Jul 19, 2019 at 9:14 am | 5 comments

 
 
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"Mustang Blaze win Tournament"
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 council to go over Crow Canyon Road pavement rehab project
The San Ramon City Council is set to discuss the Crow Canyon Road pavement rehabilitation project on Tuesday evening. Monday, 1:52 PM

Planning Commission debating latest remodel concept for Hartz Avenue property
The Danville Planning Commission is set to review the latest proposal to upgrade the small shopping center at 200 Hartz Ave., a downtown property that twice received the green light for other redesign attempts that fell through. Monday, 2:51 PM

Play your way through Danville on colorful, community pianos
The town of Danville has brought back its community piano program after seeing success last year, according to town officials. The instruments will be accessible to the public through Labor Day. Monday, 3:46 PM

Danville council supports multi-family housing project on West El Pintado
The Danville Town Council unanimously endorsed the development plan for a new multi-family neighborhood along West El Pintado Road near the freeway this week. Sunday, 6:28 PM

Petition circulated to challenge Danville council’s approval of Magee Preserve project
The Danville Town Council formally approved the latest version of the long-debated Magee Preserve housing development in eastern Danville on Tuesday, but the community contention might still be far from over. Sunday, 8:12 PM | 3 comments

Find a pet at annual Adopt-a-Thon
Cats and dogs and everything they need will be at Jack London Square in Oakland next weekend as the East Bay SPCA hosts its annual Adopt-a-Thon from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 28. Sunday, 6:28 PM

Livermore: Man killed in collision between car, ACE train
A man died in a crash between a car and an ACE train after he apparently tried to drive across the tracks ahead of the oncoming train near downtown Livermore on Monday morning, according to LPD. Monday, 9:11 PM

Danville holistic chef publishes seventh book of recipes and inspiration
Enlightened chef Parisa Z. Ambwani says her food philosophy goes beyond being tasty. She believes well-prepared delicious food made with the right ingredients is important to keep body, mind and spirit in a state of harmony. Thursday, 9:52 PM

What's next for Castlewood Country Club?
Castlewood Country Club members established they wanted the iconic club to remain independent into the future. Now selected members and Board of Directors are carefully working to develop the plan for remodeling the vintage clubhouse. Thursday, 1:55 PM

Community college's Chancellor Fred Wood set to retire next year
Contra Costa Community College District Chancellor Fred Wood announced this week that he plans to retire in March 2020, which will mark just over three years for Wood at the helm. Thursday, 9:51 PM

Lucky California supermarket concept opens near downtown Danville
Danville residents may have noticed a new shopping experience at their local Lucky Supermarket, with the grocery store recently renovated and rebranded as the Bay Area's newest Lucky California supermarket. Wednesday, 4:14 PM | 9 comments

 

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