While the holiday has passed, this young adult cat is still on the hunt; she's not looking f…

Marine Private Jacob D. Zayas, 19, of Livermore, has completed military combat training at Camp Pendleton and has been assigned to Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, for training as a motor transportation operator.

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Starting April 30, Main Street will be closed to vehicle traffic each weekend beginning Fridays at 3 p.m. and will remain closed through 9 p.m. on Sundays.

Visit Tri-Valley is partnering with several East Bay cities -- including Livermore, Pleasanton, and Dublin – to encourage residents and visitors to forego shopping online or at big-box stores and spend at least $25 per week with local businesses.

Dublin Parks and Community Services is offering a free class for seniors to improve their memory by playing online brain games with the California Game Girls from 10-10:40 a.m., on Wednesday, May 5.

Stoneridge Creek Senior Living Community in Pleasanton celebrated Earth Day on Thursday, April 22. The community hosted a resident event in one of the community’s gardens. More than 100 residents are involved in gardening at the community. This includes resident Audrey Lord-Hausman who plant…

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Dublin High School Junior Vivian Tseng adds mulch to a garden plot with Nathan Vuong's help at the Dublin Aquatic Center on Saturday in celebration of Earth Day. Both are members of the DHS Green Earth club, which participated in the day's events. (Photo - Stephanie Mollenhauer)

The Sanford Blood Center will host a Tri-Valley blood drive from noon to 5 p.m. on Friday, April 30, on the LifeStyleRX basketball court at 1119 E. Stanley Blvd. In Livermore.

Girl Scouts from Daisy Troop 33241 in Livermore met in person this month for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. They celebrated Earth Day by picking up trash at a neighborhood park. They then potted daisies and delivered them to a nearby senior housing development. (Photo - Ma…

Dublin Police will participate in National Drug Take-Back Day, Saturday, April 24, by accepting pills, capsules, and other solid forms of expired or unwanted prescription medication at a drop-off site at the Dublin Civic Center, 100 Civic Plaza.

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The Bring Back the Natives free virtual garden tour is preparing for its 17th showing, and founder Kathy Kramer said this year is more exciting than ever.

The Tri-Valley Haven's thrift store at 116 North L St. in Livermore is now open for indoor sales from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.

The nonprofit Go Green Initiative will offer 38 high school and college-level students a seven-week, paid internship this summer to study the waste management infrastructure in Pleasanton.

The Tri-Valley chapter of Citizens' Climate Education and Citizens' Climate Lobby is sponsoring several events from April 15-25 to celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day.

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The Kiwanis Club of Livermore, Pinot’s Palette, Eye of the Tiger, and the Kiwanis Literacy Club Foundation distributed more than 600 new children’s books to kids and families in the City of Livermore, March 27. The Livermore Kiwanis was also joined by Mayor Bob Woerner, former City Councilma…

The Inner Wheel Club of Livermore will hold a road rally on Sunday, April 11, to raise money for the Inner Wheel USA Foundation’s program providing children who have lost or were born without an arm or hand with myoelectric prostheses.

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Marine Private Jacob D. Zayas, 19, of Livermore, has completed military combat training at Camp Pendleton and has been assigned to Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, for training as a motor transportation operator.

The Tri-Valley Haven Food Pantry in the Mar Thomas Church of San Francisco in Livermore has expanded its hours for 1 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Wednesday and from noon until 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Dublin City Hall was lit up in green the week of St. Patrick's Day as part of the city’s celebration of its Irish heritage. Dublin took its name from the many Irish immigrants who settled in the area in the late 1880s, and its annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration is generally one of the larg…

The City of Livermore recently sent a thank-you on Facebook to Cub Scout Pack 951 for a job well done on the Centennial Park sign. In coordination with the city’s Maintenance Division, Cub Scout Pack 951 brought the sign back to life when they stripped, sanded, prepped, painted, and re-insta…

CityServe of the Tri-Valley has started a pilot outreach called #GearsForGood, helping individuals in need within the community with minor bike repairs. According to a Facebook post by the City of Livermore, the group has partnered with Discovery Church of The Nazarene, and as the church ser…

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Regina Molitoris, a junior at Granada High School in Livermore, took first place in the American Legion’s oratorical contest for California.

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The Stanford Blood Center will host a TriValley Community Blood Drive from noon to 5 p.m. on Friday, March 26, at the Stanford Health Care – Valley Care LifStyleRX fitness center, 1119 E. Stanley Blvd., in Livermore.

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The Livermore Civic Center Library, 1188 S. Livermore Ave., has reopened for in-person services, including browsing, checkout, printing, and computer use, from 1-6 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Nayanika Das Roy, a 10-year-old who attends James Dougherty Elementary School in Dublin, has won this year’s “What My Mother Means to Me” essay contest for fifth-graders sponsored by the California Association of American Mothers.

The Assistance League of Amador Valley is sponsoring a “Tea Party in a Box” fundraiser to benefit the Tri-Valley Haven Food Pantry and other community programs that help those in need.

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Wineries, now’s the time to get your entries in to the annual TVC Uncorked Competition.

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Eight cadets with the Civil Air Patrol’s Tri-Valley Composite Squadron, stationed at the Livermore Municipal Airport, received hour-long orientation flights last week aboard a Cessna 172.

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Giulia Telli, a freshman at Amador Valley High School, is the first Civil Air Patrol cadent from the Tri-Valley Composite Squadron in Livermore to be accepted into the NorCal Cadet Flight Training Program.

Dr. Mark Brunell, professor of biology at the University of the Pacific in Sacramento and past president of the California Botanical Society, will answer questions about gardening -- including planting, irrigation, and pest control – during a virtual meeting hosted by the Livermore Public Li…

The next meeting of the Livermore Amador Valley Garden Club (LAVGC) will feature C. Colston Burrell, acclaimed lecturer, garden designer, author and photographer.

The American Association of University Women (Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin Branch) is offering its local, annual scholarships to women who will be juniors or seniors in college during the upcoming academic year, and who were raised in the Tri-Valley, or now live in Pleasanton, Livermore, or…

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The East Bay Holocaust Education Center is offering an online exhibit designed to teach high school students about the mass murder of more than 6 million Jews under the German Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler during World War II.

Interfaith Interconnect will host a virtual March Religion Chat, set for March 10, from 5 to 6:15 p.m., on Zoom.

Culinary Angels — a nonprofit organization that provides meals to individuals facing serious health issues in the Tri-Valley cities of Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton — is expanding into Contra Costa County.

With recent rains, the daffodils on “Daffodil Hill” began to bloom on the western slope of Pioner Park, on the corner of Wall Street and Stanley Boulevard, in Livermore's Boot Hill or Pioner Park. (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)

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Taste Tri-Valley, a 10-day promotion of restaurants offering outdoor dining, delivery and take-out, kicks off today, sponsored by Visit Tri-Valley, a regional destination marketing organization, and local chambers of commerce.

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Emilia Romagna, the daughter of Colleen and Joe Romagna and a member of Girl Scout Troop 33250 in Livermore, is hoping to encourage some acts of kindness in her hometown.

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A break in the rain allowed hikers to enjoy the trails at Del Valle Park, a Kestrel hunts by hovering the ground waiting for the opportunity to strike. (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)

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When Taylor Morrison’s moved its Bay Area division into new offices in San Ramon, which came fully furnished, the home builder and developer donated surplus furniture, artwork and office accessories to Shepherd’s Gate, a Livermore-based nonprofit that provides services to women and children …

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The official start of spring may be more than five weeks away, with the first day falling on March 20, but local almond trees are opening blossoms. (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)

“Without Water, Life Would Be Pretty Dry.” That’s the theme for the annual Livermore Water Awareness Poster Contest for elementary students sponsored by Livermore Municipal Water, California Water Service, and the Zone 7 Water Agency.

Tri-Valley Writers, the local chapter of the California Writers Club, is soliciting entries from high school students for its 10th annual writing contest, “My Story, My Vision.”

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Lorene Edwards Forkner, a gardening columnist for the Seattle Times’ weekly Pacific NW Magazine, will be the guest speaker for the monthly meeting of the Livermore Amador Valley Garden Club at 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 11.

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Livermore’s popular geocaching treasure hunt, launched in November as a fun way to learn about the city, is being extended through the end of winter. Those who find all five geocaches can enter their game cards in a raffle for a chance to win prizes. Each cache is hidden outdoors, and the ga…