Six members of the Foothill High School DECA program earned first-place awards at the Northern California Career Development Conference in San Ramon this month, as the student organization returned to in-person competition after a year of virtual presentations.
Alameda County — The Pleasanton and Dublin school districts will hold key meetings on Jan. 27 to continue drawing district lines for trustee elections this year.
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United Neighbors TriValley will hold a signature-gathering event to oppose Senate Bill (SB) 9 and SB 10, on Saturday, Jan. 29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Old Lucky Site behind First Street in Livermore.
PLEASANTON — Former City Manager Nelson Fialho is taking over the reins as the interim chief executive officer (CEO) of Three Valleys Community Foundation (TVCF).
The Muslim Community Center - East Bay (MCC) in Pleasanton is offering free COVID-19 testing through Feb. 13. MCC said the nasal swab tests would be administered between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily in the parking lot at 5724 W. Las Positas Boulevard, with results available in 24 to 72 hours. No …
Dublin, which owns and operates The Wave aquatics complex, will hold a job fair for lifeguards, swim instructors, slide attendants, and recreation aides on Saturday, Feb. 5.
Alan and Mary Burnham, Livermore residents and supporters of the Tri-Valley Haven, have offered to match up to $25,000 in donations to the nonprofit organization as it opens a new food pantry at 150 N. L St., Livermore.
Robin Groth-Hill of Making a Better Livermore speaks in opposition to the Eden Housing project during the rally her group organized on Jan. 15. Groth-Hill noted that while Making a Better Livermore agrees with another organization called Save Livermore Downtown (SLD) that a park should be bu…
Five children’s charities received almost $200,000 from the Livermore Valley Winegrowers Foundation last month, proceeds from the 27th annual Livermore Valley Wine Auction held in September.
Livermore’s Alan and Mary Burnham have offered to match up to $25,000 in donations for Tri-Valley Haven through the end of the month for the group’s new food pantry.
The Livermore Public Library is marking the 35th anniversary of its adult literacy program with an exhibit of personal stories from authors, including sharing the good things to be found in life every day.
Due to the current COVID-19 surge, Stanford Blood Center (SBC) is seeing a significant increase in cancellations — both on an individual basis, as donors are falling ill, and on a blood drive basis, as companies are restricting their visitor onsite policies.
Sunflower Hill announced on Tuesday this week that it has been awarded a grant from the Clif Family Foundation, which supports organizations working to strengthen the food system and communities, enhance public health, and safeguard the environment and its natural resources.
Visit Tri-Valley's challenge to Tri-Valley residents and visitors to take part in the “Caffeine for a Cause” campaign has been extended through Jan. 17.
Livermore’s Tri Valley Sikh Center, partnered with Sikhs For Humanity and private vaccination administrator BJRX LTC Pharmacy, to hold a free, day-long vaccination event for the local community, on Saturday, Dec. 11.
As an incentive to encourage blood donations, the American Red Cross and the National Football League are giving away two tickets to Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles.
Axis Community Health is offering free assistance through Jan. 31 to California residents who need help enrolling in Covered California, Medi-Cal, or CalFresh.
Lawrence Livermore National Security (LLNS), which manages the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, has awarded $200,000 to more than two dozen organizations through its 2021 Community Gift Program.
A local group making dresses for girls in third-world countries will hold its next monthly sew-fest from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Saturday, Jan. 22, at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 1020 Mocho St., in Livermore.
Livermore Mosaic Lodge #218, a fraternity of Freemasons, recently donated $1,000 to the Tri-Valley Haven. Tri-Valley Haven offers hope and assistance to residents of the Tri-Valley, including shelter, food, advocacy and counseling to those in need. In 2022, Mosaic Lodge #218 will also be giv…
More than a hundred older residents of the Tri-Valley area will be receiving Christmas gifts this year from the Senior Support Program of the Tri-Valley, a nonprofit organization that operates out of the Pleasanton Senior Center.
The Dublin 4-H Club collected nearly 70 coats for the Tri-Valley Rotary’s annual “One Warm Coat” campaign for needy children this holiday season. Shown from left with bags of donated coats are 4-H members Namitha Badami and Sanjana Badami, and Bonnie Schmidt with the Tri-Valley Rotary. (Phot…
Culinary Angels recently received a $5,000 year-end donation from Patelco Credit Union. The funds enabled the nonprofit to provide meals for all its recipients in one delivery.
Ann Lopez of the Livermore Lions Club hands Shepherd’s Gate Development Officer Marcie Senter a donation check made out to Shepherd’s Gate, a nonprofit organization that helps abused women and children. Seen from left are Lion Karen Cortez, Lopez, Senter and Lions Club President Ben Barrient…
The Dublin Gaels’ boys’ basketball team defeated the Elk Grove Herd 66-42 at home to win the Don Nelson Classic championship on Dec. 18. Freshman Jalen Stokes and juniors Courtney Anderson Jr. and Donovan Cooks were named all-tournament first team with Anderson Jr. receiving MVP.
The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce and the City of Pleasanton have joined in recognizing three local businesses as economic drivers for 2021: Engimata, a biotech company involved in the production of vaccines; IrisVision Global, which is developing wearable devices for the visually impaired;…
Former Dublin mayor Tim Sbranti has been elected president of the Chabot-Las Positas Community College District Board of Trustees.
While most of the Tri-Valley hunkered down in their homes last March, Sia Desale founded Olivesoap, a nonprofit organization designed to help animals in need during the pandemic.
The Pleasanton Public Library is now offering an expanded selection of free job search, training, skill building and test preparation resources.
Shepherd’s Gate, a nonprofit program for homeless women and children, received the “ultimate gift” for 2021 from the Pleasanton Chapter of the Young Men’s Service League (YMSL).
The VA Palo Alto Mobile Medical Outreach team will be at the Pleasanton Library on Monday, Dec. 20, to provide examinations, consultations, referrals and flu shots for enrolled veterans.
Dublin is now accepting nominations for the city’s 2021 community recognition awards, including Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year, and Organization of the Year.
Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance (TNVPA) hosted its inaugural recognition event “The Power of Giving” at the Bankhead Theater, on Dec. 7, where officials honored the beneficiaries and benefactors of the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund.
CityServe of the Tri-Valley, a nonprofit alliance of churches, schools, businesses and other nonprofits, is working to connect volunteers with local service projects through its Season of Serving campaign.
Jacky Poulsen is kicking off the sixth year of her Tri-Valley Bus Pass Drive to provide passes for members of the community who have no form of transportation.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints' Giving Machines #LightTheWorld campaign has raised almost $9 million for charities since 2017.
The Rotary Club of Dublin is collecting gloves and socks now through Friday, Dec. 17, to be distributed to homeless persons in the Tri-Valley area.
Since its inception in August 2021, the Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Livermore chapter has hit a very special milestone of 1,000 service hours.
Pleasanton police officers will participate in the city’s first “Shop with a Cop” day on Saturday, Dec. 18, by taking 20 underprivileged Pleasanton elementary students shopping for holiday gifts for themselves and their families.
Volunteers are needed to help place wreaths at more than 500 veteran grave sites at the Pleasanton Pioneer Cemetery on Saturday, Dec. 18, for National Wreaths Across America Day.
Livermore High School will hold its annual holiday boutique, a fundraiser for the school’s Safe & Sober Grad Night celebration next spring. The boutique will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 12, at the high school’s large and small gyms.
Open Heart Kitchen has received $250,000 from the Fremont Bank Foundation for a production kitchen and dining room at its proposed Vineyard 2.0 Project in Livermore.
Tri-Valley Haven is asking for community donations to help provide meals to about 3,400 people this holiday season, along with Christmas stockings and gift cards.