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The Dublin City Council unanimously approved two actions that will lead to providing the city's school district with sites for elementary schools in the Jordan Ranch and Dublin Crossing development.
The nights aren’t particularly cold right now, but if you’re lonely you might want something warm to come home to. Eight-month-old Tammy might be a tiny tabby, but she’ll make a mighty companion. Just give her all the love you can. Come stand by Tammy at Valley Humane Society, 3670 Nevada Street in Pleasanton, Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am – 4 pm. For more info visit valleyhumane.org or call (925) 426-8656. Photo - Valley Humane Society/K. Jacoby
John Phillips, a 40-year resident of Livermore, received the prestigious Charles Taylor "Master Mechanic" Award for 50 years in aviation. Ken Kelley of the Federal Aviation Administration, Flight Standards District Office, Reno, Nevada, presented the award on March 12 at the Mariott Hotel in Santa Clara, CA. John is currently an employee of Attitude Aviation, Livermore.
Two Amador Valley High School students have qualified for a world championship competition to be held in Abu Dubai.
The community can expect traffic delays in the morning on Saturday March 28th with thesecond annual Livermore Half Marathon taking place that day. The race starts at 8am in downtown Livermore. The runners will travel south from the downtown on South “L” St, over the Arroyo bridge and continue south on Arroyo Rd. They will then turn west on Concannon Blvd. to Holmes St. where they will turn and travel south on Holmes St. to Wetmore Rd. The race will turn onto Wetmore Rd. and then enter Sycamore Grove Park. The runners will exit the park onto Arroyo Rd. where they will travel north to Wetmore Rd.
Greg Solberg has many memories with his father at the Livermore-Pleasanton Rod & Gun Club.
For Tamara and Christopher Warren, one vacation memory stands out among the rest.
Long before William Randolph Hearst strode into architect Julia Morgan's office in 1915 announcing he was tired of camping in tents on the hill in San Simeon and wanted to build "something a little more comfortable," he'd already mastered the art of understatement.
The story of the curse placed on Livermore's sewer system has resurfaced. It is one of the tales included in "Scalping Columbus and Other Damn Indian Stories" written by Adam Fortunate Eagle (Nordwall).
Hope Hospice’s Fifth Annual The Hike for Hope 2015 will take place on Saturday, May 2, at Del Valle Regional Park in Livermore. Participants can check-in and start their hike from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. The event ends at noon.
College students interested in water recycling, wastewater treatment, and other careers in the water industry, are encouraged to apply for $5,000 scholarships offered by the California Association of Sanitation Agencies (CASA) Education Foundation. Applicants must be California residents, attending an accredited college or university located in California, and studying engineering, environmental science, public administration, wastewater operator certification, or other fields pertinent to the water and wastewater industry.
Plans are underway to commemmorate the first time Livermore High School and Granada High School met on the Livermore High School Football Field to play avarsity football game.
Goodguys Rod & Custom Association is poised to kick off the car show season with the 33rd All American Get-Together on March 28 and 29.
CROP Hunger Walk will be held on Saturday, April 18th at Amador Valley High School. The 2 mile walk will go through Downtown Pleasanton.