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Hayden Caulder shows off her flamingo costume during Downtown Livermore Inc.’s Halloween Costume Lunch and Shop, on Saturday, Oct. 24. Due to COVID restrictions, the costume contest was virtual, and the carnival and trick-or-treat events were cancelled. Livermore Downtown Inc. is a 501(c)3 n…
John Lucas, Pat Marin and Jenise Bachelder walk down First Street in Livermore, on Saturday, Oct. 24, during East Bay Area’s 2020 Walk to End Alzheimer's. This year’s event wasn’t a large, in-person gathering. Instead, organizers invited participants to walk in small teams of friends and fam…
The popular "Trick-or-Treat Trail" sponsored by the Livermore Police Department has been cancelled because of ongoing concerns about the coronavirus pandemic, but two new activities will take its place.
Halloween may look different this year, but the Alameda County Fairgrounds is bringing a safe, socially distanced and fun way to celebrate with the whole family.
Driving by at 30 miles per hour, as Holmes curves into First Street, hundreds of rose bushes blur together creating a larger-than-life bouquet known as Hansen Park.
Horse enthusiasts and pedestrians alike spent some time soaking in the sun on the South Livermore Valley Trail, along Wetmore Road in Livermore, on Oct. 12. The trail takes nature lovers through natural areas to enjoy colorful wildflowers, birds singing and beautiful vistas while walking wit…
With Halloween right around the corner and quarantine still in effect, one local business has crafted a creative way for kids to enjoy Halloween in a different form.
The City of Livermore, Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD), and Livermore Area Recreation and Park District (LARPD) will recognize Unity Day on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
The Z-Cares Foundation, with local sponsorship, is hosting a month-long campaign to stand up to youth anxiety, culminating with a Virtual Coping Carnival opening at 10 a.m., on Saturday, Nov. 14.
This year’s Witches Night Out had a fantastic line-up of restaurants and retail shops participating, and due to COVID-19 compliance, it was a whole new event.
With its annual pumpkin patch closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, G&M Farms in Livermore will be giving away an estimated 3,000 pumpkins on Saturday, Oct. 17, as a thank-you to the community for its past support.
Social bubble friends Juliana Molinelli, Brady Olivia-Herrington, Jack Larson, Sophia Chopp, Tori Owens, Alexis Thompson, Cody Olivia-Herrington, Kyle Thompson, Nick Larson, Abby Owens and Zoe Larson stopped by TJ and Jay Spencer’s ‘Essential Worker Skeletons’ display in Livermore to offer t…
Tri-Valley Interfaith Interconnect, a multi-faith organization formed to promote understanding in the community, will host a virtual Religion Chat on Wednesday, Oct. 14, to explore how congregations try to bridge political or social justice differences within their memberships.
Author Pauline Wiles will teach writers what they need to know to create an effective website in a Zoom meeting on Saturday, Oct. 17, at 2 p.m.
Debra Lee Baldwin, an author and expert on succulents, will be the guest speaker for the Livermore Amador Valley Garden Club’s second Zoom-based virtual meeting from 7-8:30 p.m., on Thursday, Oct. 8.
The City of Pleasanton’s original Climate Action Plan (CAP), adopted in 2012, outlined a variety of local actions to help reduce our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, enhance environmental sustainability, and prepare for climate change.
After 38 years of sharing what grew to become one of the nation’s biggest neighborhood Christmas light displays with major holiday crowds, Deacon Dave Rezendes’ event will go dark this year, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you are ready to get spooked this coming October, the Pirates of Emerson Haunted Theme Park is bringing screams and scares as a drive through attraction for 2020.
As the coronavirus pandemic and economic fallout continues, people who are struggling to feed themselves also find it difficult to feed their beloved pets.
The Daughters of the American Revolution are encouraging parents who are home-schooling this year because of the pandemic to have their children create posters celebrating the ideals embraced by the U.S. Constitution in honor of Constitution Week, Sept. 17-23.
Best-selling author Rachael Herron will discuss how aspiring writers can attract attention to their work in a half-day virtual workshop hosted by the Tri-Valley chapter of the California Writers Club on Saturday, Sept. 19.
St. Michael Catholic Church in Livermore will distribute milk, eggs, potatoes and fresh fruit and vegetables to those in need from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Aug. 22.
The Interfaith Interconnect leadership team was astonished to learn that their Aug. 9 program, “Together Now,” has been viewed by more than 750 people.
Over the past several decades, young people have been leading the charge for change in every area of American life — now, a local high schooler is making his mark as well.
The Alameda County Fair is excited to continue to offer safe summer fun with drive-in movies, Grab-n-Stay food trucks, live on-stage drive-in concerts, live DJ concerts and more.
The local Livermore Pleasanton Elks Lodge has been shut down during the current COVID-19 crisis, but they have been working hard to secure grants to help the local community.
Alameda County Supervisor Richard Valle is sponsoring an online “poetry slam” for residents of District 2, from 11 to 24-years-old, to express their feelings about shelter-in-place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local students who have been attending an online music camp this summer will perform a “mini-musical” version of "The Sound of Music” on Tuesday, Aug. 11.
Two members of the local DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) Jose Maria Amador Chapter in Pleasanton were able to take part in the ‘No Regrets’ tour when it came through the Bay Area.