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SRVUSD board to talk budget, opioid awareness, parcel tax oversight
The San Ramon Valley school board is set to host a series of presentations Tuesday evening, with topics including the district’s... Last comment on Feb 19, 2019 at 9:50 am | 2 comments

San Ramon Valley teachers rally in support of union negotiators
Hundreds of teachers from the San Ramon Valley Education Association donned their red union colors and gathered at Dougherty... Last comment on Feb 17, 2019 at 7:25 pm | 4 comments

'San Ramon Voyager' takes to the high seas
San Ramon has taken to the high seas -- symbolically -- as Chevron Corp.'s new crude oil tanker, the "San Ramon Voyager,"... Last comment on Feb 18, 2019 at 9:36 am | 1 comment

Danville defers decision on debated Verizon cell wireless facility
The Danville Town Council debated the issue for nearly five hours Tuesday but ultimately deferred its decision for 30 days... Last comment on Feb 17, 2019 at 4:22 pm | 9 comments

 
 
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"Christmas Lights in Danville"
This house in the Woodranch neighborhood of Danville continues to add more lights to its annual display. Thousands of families drive by the Dana Highlands Court home each year. Submitted by David Williams on Dec 11, 2011

 
 
 
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Danville set to acquire new property to house town offices, police department
While escrow is not expected to close until the later part of 2019 according to town manager Joseph Calabrigo, the current building owners have accepted an offer submitted by town staff, who offered to acquire the building for $12.75 million. Tuesday, 4:16 PM | 1 comments

San Ramon: Mayor Clarkson set to deliver State of the City address
San Ramon Mayor Bill Clarkson is gearing up for his annual State of the City address on Wednesday, where he will review the various accomplishments the city has achieved and the challenges it has faced over the past year, while also looking ahead to what lies in store for San Ramon. Tuesday, 5:48 PM

San Ramon Valley teachers rally in support of union negotiators
Hundreds of teachers from the San Ramon Valley Education Association donned their red union colors and gathered at Dougherty Valley High School Friday afternoon, to show support for their collective bargaining team and rally support for the union. Sunday, 8:21 PM | 4 comments

'San Ramon Voyager' takes to the high seas
San Ramon has taken to the high seas -- symbolically -- as Chevron Corp.'s new crude oil tanker, the "San Ramon Voyager," has begun transporting oil on behalf of the locally headquartered company, primarily between the Arabian Gulf and the United States. Sunday, 8:32 PM | 1 comments

County receives national award for class to improve voting access
Efforts to improve voter accessibility in Contra Costa County were recognized with a national award. Tuesday, 2:05 PM

Sandia Livermore continues growing
The welcome mat is out at Sandia National Laboratories' Livermore campus, where the lab is continuing a hiring binge. Tuesday, 4:22 PM

Cal High football earns $1,000 from sports photo contest
Bella Vista Elementary School teacher Dwight Pratt has secured a $1,000 grand prize for California High School's football program, doing so by submitting the winning photo to T-Mobile's High School Sports Photo Contest. Sunday, 8:25 PM

Guest Opinion: Reflections on our Tri-Valley mayors' trip to Washington
In my role as Pleasanton's mayor, I recently traveled with the other Tri-Valley mayors for our annual trip to Washington, D.C. for the U.S. Conference of Mayors. I'm pleased to report that despite the government shutdown, we had a successful trip advocating for our region. Sunday, 8:22 PM

San Ramon: Craig Stevens sworn in as permanent police chief
After several months of having a temporary appointment, the city of San Ramon has selected local police veteran Craig Stevens to serve as the city's fourth police chief to lead the San Ramon Police Department on a permanent basis. Wednesday, 4:27 PM

Lovin' guitars: Iconic instrument is a joy to hear, play and behold
Pick up a guitar. With your left fingers hold down a string or two. Strum with your right hand. Sound! Music? Magic. John Kibildis, owner of JAMS Music in Dublin, said his favorite instrument has always been the guitar. Thursday, 5:16 PM

San Ramon still skeptical while moving forward with district-based elections
At the council's regular meeting on Tuesday night, residents and council members alike were divide over supporting or opposing the creation of districts, although the majority acknowledged that the transition was inevitable. Thursday, 1:25 PM

 

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