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Editorial: Re-elect Stepper, Storer to Danville Town Council
A community with no term limits, Danville residents seem to value vision, continuity, experience and understanding from its... Last comment 19 hours ago | 6 comments

San Ramon: Church of the Valley development brings controversy ahead of election
A Hawkins neighborhood resident and real estate broker alleged in a post on the social media site Nextdoor that Mayor Clarkson... Last comment on Oct 19, 2018 at 1:54 pm | 1 comment

The Pothole Report: San Ramon Valley recognized for quality road maintenance
A recent study of the 43,000 miles of road found in the Bay Area -- almost double the distance it takes to circumnavigate... Last comment on Oct 18, 2018 at 8:01 am | 3 comments

Synchronized swimming championships set in San Ramon
San Ramon’s Dougherty Valley Aquatic Center is the site of one of the swimming world’s most prestigious events, with... Last comment on Oct 19, 2018 at 8:55 am | 1 comment

 
 
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"Mt. Diablo Wildfire"
A thick layer of smoke from the Mt. Diablo wildfire covers the hills of Blackhawk creating a sensational sunset. Submitted by Perry Lentine on Aug 25, 2010

 
 
 
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SRPD: Jogger fatally struck by car at Iron Horse Trail crossing
A Walnut Creek man died at a San Ramon hospital after being hit by a car while jogging across Crow Canyon Road at the Iron Horse Regional Trail intersection Tuesday morning, according to a police spokesman. Tuesday, 10:10 AM | 4 comments

Danville woman declares bid for Town Council as write-in candidate
In a surprise announcement late in the election process Danville resident Jami Tucker has announced her intent to run for the Danville Town Council as a write in-candidate. Tuesday, 5:30 PM

Hope Hospice hires Hansen as new CEO
The Hope Hospice Board of Directors has welcomed back Bay Area health care executive Jennifer Hansen into the nonprofit's leadership team, this time as its new CEO. Tuesday, 4:45 PM

‘Comedy with Liz Grant and Friends’ bringing more laughs to Danville
Danville residents get ready to laugh, the ‘Comedy with Liz Grant and Friends' series is set to return to the Village Theatre and Art Gallery with new featured comedians, Wednesday.
Monday, 10:19 AM

Zone 7 narrowly approves water rate hikes
The Zone 7 Water Agency Board of Directors approved new water rate increases for the next four years in a 4-3 vote at its regular meeting Wednesday night. Sunday, 4:38 PM | 1 comments

San Ramon: Church of the Valley development brings controversy, 'hit piece' ahead of election
A Hawkins neighborhood resident and real estate broker alleged in a post on the social media site Nextdoor that Mayor Clarkson has violated the Fair and Political Practices Act through his involvement in the sale of two properties in the Corey/Ellingson Neighborhood -- allegations that appear to have no merit. Friday, 10:20 AM | 1 comments

Danville: Unity Day brings community together for anti-bullying events
Danville officials are asking residents to wear orange and head to the Danville Town Green on Wednesday to join a national movement to end bullying as part of the eighth annual Unity Day. Sunday, 4:40 PM

Letters: Readers sound off on San Ramon, Assembly elections
Sabina Zafar is the woman we need now on the San Ramon City Council. She is not a tool of the current council, some of whom have shunned her when she has applied for commissions and committees to which they have appointed other residents. Nice, huh! Sunday, 4:40 PM

SRVUSD opens two 'innovation hubs' to support STEM studies
With funds donated from the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation, two San Ramon Valley Unified School District schools have opened 'innovation hubs,' equipped with technology and supplies meant to help teachers promote STEM studies in classrooms throughout the district. Thursday, 11:13 PM

Historic homes: Stories etched into century-old houses, and the measures to preserve them
It's just one of dozens of historical homes scattered around Pleasanton, homes that are deemed to have historical and architectural significance in the ways their structures have been preserved. And they serve as a reminder of decades past, harkening back to horse-and-buggy days when the city was just emerging. Thursday, 11:14 PM

Charlotte Wood Middle School celebrates student-made Disney mural
Charlotte Wood Middle School is celebrating the fall season with a new student-created mural of the late Walt Disney and nearly 200 of his company's creations. Wednesday, 2:29 PM

Danville, San Ramon named safest cities in Northern California
San Ramon Valley communities have been recognized for their efforts to keep residents safe, with Danville and San Ramon being named two of the top three safest places in California by a national security company's recent study. Sunday, 5:03 PM

 

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Bringing great burgers to downtown Pleasanton
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Making the Most of Your College Visit
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