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Cal High: Mangos Drive bridge closed to students amid repairs
Returning California High School students who plan on using the Mangos Drive pedestrian bridge to walk to campus when school... Last comment on Aug 11, 2018 at 12:31 pm | 1 comment

Coroner IDs San Ramon Valley residents killed in SoCal plane crash
The five people who died in a plane crash in Southern California on Sunday afternoon after taking off from an airport in... Last comment on Aug 8, 2018 at 6:49 am | 2 comments

DeSaulnier introduces Megaprojects Accountability Act
Local U.S. Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (D-Concord) announced a bipartisan bill last week that aims to increase the accountability... Last comment on Aug 8, 2018 at 6:29 am | 5 comments

Blackhawk Museum decides to end 'Cars and Coffee' shows
After numerous issues over the past few months the Blackhawk Museum has elected to end its "Cars and Coffee" car show, at... Last comment 16 hours ago | 18 comments

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"Tassajara Valley Wins Crown"
Manager Mike Fuller's Tassajara Valley Big League team defeated Pleasanton 8-3 on June 10th to clinch the District 57 season championship with an 11-1 record. The champs capped off a 9 game winning streak after suffering their only loss by one run. They scored 109 runs while allowing just 27. Pictured: (Front row, L-R) Vanessa Fuller, Brian Smith, Eric Stone, Kris Gallwatti, Tommy Montalvo; (2nd row) Assistant Coach Brent Bowen, Nate Jump, Cody Chavarria, Hayden Letts, Matt Mazzoni, Kieran Sanchez, Nick Furman; (3rd row) Mgr. Mike Fuller, Brian Peterson, Kevin Alexander, Austin Winniger, Joe Vigil, Jacob Heathorn, Michael Hernbroth, Assistant Coach Gary Hernbroth. Not pictured: Lawrence Nelson. (Photo by Brent Bowen Photography) Submitted by gary hernbroth on Jun 11, 2012

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Danville council to discuss downtown development analysis at busy workshop
Danville Town Council is set to hold a study session assessing the feasibility of real estate development on north Hartz Avenue, in and around the area of downtown Danville located north of Linda Mesa Avenue and south of San Ramon Valley High School, Tuesday morning. Monday, 1:19 PM

Supervisors to consider censuring county assessor over sexual harassment claims
The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday is set to debate whether to censure Gus Kramer, the county's longtime assessor, in light of allegations of sexual harassment involving two female workers in the assessor's office. Monday, 3:07 PM

SRVUSD board to talk budget revisions, reductions
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education is starting off its first board meeting of the 2018-19 school year Tuesday with a discussion on revisions to the district's operations budget. Monday, 2:54 PM

Election: Races confirmed for Danville council, San Ramon mayor
San Ramon Valley voters will have plenty on their local election plate for the Nov. 6 ballot, with races poised for San Ramon mayor, Danville Town Council and San Ramon City Council in the wake of the candidacy deadline passing on Friday. Sunday, 7:59 PM

Seniors Series: Beware of scams
Older folks are a vulnerable audience for unscrupulous contractors, financiers and other con artists, according to the National Council on Aging, and financial scams are considering the "crime of the 21st century." Monday, 3:17 PM

Cal High: Mangos Drive bridge closed to students amid repairs
Returning California High School students who plan on using the Mangos Drive pedestrian bridge to walk to campus when school starts Monday will have to find an alternate route due the walkways closure for large-scale repairs. Sunday, 5:26 PM | 1 comments

San Ramon sets community meetings for new garbage, recycling contract
To discuss the upcoming changes to rates and potential changes to services, the city will be hosting two community outreach meetings on Monday and Wednesday in an effort to hear the community's thoughts and desires. Sunday, 5:26 PM

Seniors Series: New joint replacement procedures at San Ramon Regional
San Ramon Regional Medical Center is now offering new cutting-edge technology for knee and hip replacement surgeries with the Mako robotic arm assisted surgery, which hospital staff say will greatly improve patient care. Sunday, 5:26 PM

Danville police arrest man connected to Palo Alto shooting
A man accused of firing a gun into a vehicle in the parking lot of a Safeway grocery store in Palo Alto's Midtown neighborhood last week was arrested on Wednesday night in Danville. Friday, 10:20 AM

'Brew it Up, Wine it Down' in Danville
"Brew it Up, Wine it Down" will be coming to Danville next Thursday (Aug. 16) and bring with it an evening full of the beers, bites, music, wine, trolley rides and more. Thursday, 2:34 PM


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Nominations due by Sept. 17 and Pleasanton Weekly are once again putting out a call for nominations and sponsorships for the annual Tri-Valley Heroes awards - our salute to the community members dedicated to bettering the Tri-Valley and the lives of its residents.

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