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SRVUSD board to debate adding all-gender bathroom at each high school
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education is set to discuss Tuesday the potential inclusion of one... Last comment 5 hours ago | 11 comments

Danville man killed after car crashes into pond off Crow Canyon Road
Danville resident Keith Leung, 34, died after his Tesla Model S vehicle was found in a pond off of Crow Canyon Road just... Last comment 14 hours ago | 2 comments

Work begins for new bikeway path on Blackhawk Road
Construction, which began Monday, will consist of striping class two and three bicycle lanes for approximately four miles... Last comment on May 21, 2018 at 2:26 pm | 2 comments

Danville teen store clerk files federal charges against local union
A Monte Vista High School student is challenging a national food workers union for allegedly failing to provide him with... Last comment 13 hours ago | 10 comments

 
 
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"Mark Madsen returns to SRVHS"
San Ramon Valley High School basketball alum Mark Madsen (Class of '94), who also starred at Stanford and helped the Lakers win 2 NBA titles, returned to his alma mater Monday night to speak to this year's crop of players and parents at the annual basketball banquet. Mark stressed to the players that as members of a large and close fraternity of SRV players throughout the years, they will come to use many of the lessons they've learned as part of the program. Here Mark mixes with this year's 5 seniors who were honored for their 4 years of playing SRV basketball. (L-R) Griffen Kapulica, Gavin Foltz, Madsen, Clayton Correa, Logan Louks, and Michael Hernbroth. Submitted by Gary Hernbroth on Mar 21, 2012

 
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Art and Wind Festival returning to San Ramon
The free festival at San Ramon's Central Park will feature fine arts, crafts, specialty food vendors, three entertainment stages headlining international music, children's puppet shows and a kite-making workshop. But the main attractions, as always, are the breathtaking kite stunts performed by some of the nation's top kite fliers. Tuesday, 2:25 PM

Forest Home Farms' Old Barn receives some upgrades
Coinciding with International Museum Day, San Ramon's 16-acre Forest Home Farms celebrated the completion of a series of renovations made to its Old Barn -- constructed sometime between 1850 and 1852 -- with a special reopening of the building for residents on Saturday afternoon. Tuesday, 4:21 PM

Tri-Valley hospice leader Dr. Peter Wong dies at 74
Dr. Peter P. Wong, an early founder of Hope Hospice and a pioneer in the Bay Area in the medical fields of cancer treatment, hospice services and palliative care, died peacefully April 16, according to family. He was 74. Tuesday, 3:46 PM

Danville man killed after car crashes into pond off Crow Canyon Road
Danville resident Keith Leung, 34, died after his Tesla Model S vehicle was found in a pond off of Crow Canyon Road just outside San Ramon on Sunday night. Leung worked as an engineer in Bay Point and as an active member of the Danville Community Band. Monday, 3:53 PM | 2 comments

Courts at Diablo Vista Park to close for resurfacing
Maintenance work will temporarily close down the tennis and basketball courts at the 20-acre Diablo Vista Park at 1000 Tassajara Ranch Drive for just under a week starting next Tuesday (May 29). Tuesday, 2:43 PM

Danville teen store clerk files federal charges against local union
A Monte Vista High School student is challenging a national food workers union for allegedly failing to provide him with documentation on how his dues are spent. Wednesday, 2:31 PM | 10 comments

Work begins for new bikeway path on Blackhawk Road
Construction, which began Monday, will consist of striping class two and three bicycle lanes for approximately four miles along Blackhawk Road between Mt. Diablo Scenic Blvd and Camino Tassajara. Work is expected to be completed by June 8 but commuters along the road should expect delays during that time. Tuesday, 5:19 PM | 2 comments

Former Livermore police officer publishes children's book
That's the main purpose of his new children's book, "Officer M.N.O.P. and Me." To dispel misconceptions about police officers and educate youth. Sunday, 8:11 PM

San Ramon: Meridian makes 10th real estate acquisition in two years
Meridian has big plans for its new purchase, a currently vacant 39,204-square-foot parcel located in Modesto at 1328 Coffee Road, intending to turn the land into a 11,250-square-foot ambulatory outpatient facility for an undisclosed client. The price of the parcel has not been disclosed. Wednesday, 1:56 PM

'Art Chat' at Village Theatre features nationally renowned abstract painter
One of the most recognizable abstract painters in the country, Rutenberg's work is distinctly recognizable by his brightly colored, complex, and often surreal, paintings of his native South Carolina's coastal landscape. All created with a method he has spent forty years perfecting, according to his website. Sunday, 8:14 PM

Castlewood exploring options to address clubhouse's costly ADA concerns
Members of the Castlewood Country Club are facing some difficult decisions this summer. General Manager John Vest said Castlewood staff and the Board of Directors are exploring all options to address costly ADA-compliance concerns with the Castlewood clubhouse. Tuesday, 5:19 PM

 

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