The Alameda County Coroner's Office has identified the victim of a drowning at Lake Del Valle in Livermore on Saturday, May 27 as Daniel Cullison, 26, of San Jose.
Blues guitarist Angelo J Rossi, also known as AJ Crawdaddy, will perform at the Almost Famous Wine Lounge in Livermore on Friday, June 16.
The Pedrozzi Foundation this year has awarded $445,000 in scholarships to 118 Livermore students, including 30 who will be the first in their families to attend college.
Local community members and city officials cut the ceremonial ribbon on the new Avance project, an affordable community in Livermore for residents with developmental disabilities. From left: Livermore City Councilmember Ben Barrientos; Kiki Poe, senior director of Membership/Operations East …
The City of Livermore, along with MidPen Housing, recently joined Alameda County in celebrating the grand opening of Avance, an affordable rental apartment community designed for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD).
Bob Bronzan has been an integral part of the sport of wrestling and many other extracurricular activities in the Livermore School District for nearly six decades. Hired in 1964 at Livermore High School (LHS) as a social science teacher, Bronzan took the helm as the head wrestling coach in 19…
Livermore Valley Arts (LVA) will launch the 2023-2034 Bankhead Presents season with the annual Brilliance at the Bankhead gala on Sept. 9, starring Emmy and Tony Award-winner Jason Alexander.
A visitor enjoys the colorful pinwheels on display at the recent Livermore Downtown Street Fest. The event featured live music, local beers and wines, carnival rides, food and arts and crafts. The annual happening is hosted by Livermore Downtown Inc. (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)
LIVERMORE — In a move that affects politicians, real estate agents and even residents holding yard sales, the Livemore Planning Commission on May 16 unanimously recommended the city council repeal the community’s upcoming ban on temporary signs on public streets.
LIVERMORE — The city council on Monday amended a provision in the South Livermore Valley Specific Plan (SLVSP) and approved development of a controversial 30-room hotel that some residents believe will alter the rural feel of the area.
LIVERMORE — The New York Times bestselling author and former Independent journalist, Bruce Henderson, recently met over Zoom with Las Positas College English instructor Dr. Jim Ott at the college’s Literary Arts Festival.
LIVERMORE — The congregation at Asbury United Methodist Church has agreed to move forward with the development of 16 tiny homes to permanently house the unhoused on 2.5 acres of its 10-acre property on East Avenue in Livermore.
Valley Dance Theatre (VDT) will perform movements from Tchaikovsky’s “The Sleeping Beauty” and Saint-Saëns’ “The Carnival of the Animals” for its Spring Rep program at the Bankhead Theater in Livermore on Saturday, May 27, and Sunday, May 28.
Four pitches into the bottom of the first inning Friday, the Granada High School softball team had a 1-0 lead over Castro Valley.
The Livermore Heritage Guild (LHG) will continue its 50th anniversary celebration with four Historic Livermore Wineries Caves and Ruins tours on Sunday, June 4.
This Memorial Day weekend, as the audience watches Sleeping Beauty glide across the stage of the Bankhead Theater during the Valley Dance Theater’s Spring Rep, they will also enjoy the intricate design and dedicated craftsmanship of award-winning costume and art-to-wear designer Caryne Mount.
Livermore has added an electric motorcycle to its fleet of police vehicles.
The Livermore Aquacowboys (LAC) high school swimmers made waves at the recent CIF Championships and North Coast and San Joaquin High School Championships! At the state championships, Jack Hendrick placed 2nd overall in the 500 freestyle and 13th overall in the 200 freestyle. LAC also had rel…
The Rotarian Foundation of Livermore has awarded almost $200,000 this spring to 29 community organizations.
Celebrated Irish pianist John O’Conor will join the Livermore-Amador Symphony for a concert at the Bankhead Theater in Livermore at 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 20, that includes compositions by Beethoven, Mozart, Lyadov, and Stravinsky.
The Livermore-Granada Boosters have announced 12 finalists for the organization’s 2023 Olympian scholarships.
The Livermore Public Library will present a free poetry reading, “Verse on the Vine,” with Sarah Kobrinsky and David Alpaugh at 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 4, at the Civic Center Library, 1188 S. Livermore Ave.
Local residents enjoy learning about the science of bubbles at Stockmen’s Park in Livermore on Saturday, May 13, during the Bubble Bonanza. The free event was open to the public and sponsored by Quest Science Center. (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)
Senior fitness instructor Ronza Bargas works on building strength and community in her classes.
The Granada High School baseball team lost in the second of the East Bay Athletic League Playoffs 3-2 to San Ramon Valley High School. The Matadors defeated De La Salle High School to advance in the second round, but were edged out by the Wolves in the second round.
LIVERMORE — Since 2017, One Nation Dream Makers (ONDM) has worked to feed Tri-Valley residents in need – providing sustenance and buoying souls through the organization’s efforts to end hunger in Alameda County. Now, the nonprofit organization is in need of some assistance itself.
A free exhibit showcasing the “art” of rock and roll, including guitars, album covers, and photography, is on display now through July 9 in the UNCLE Credit Union Art Gallery at the Bankhead Theater in downtown Livermore.
The Livermore Public Library will host a free children’s carnival at the Civic Center Library, 1188 S. Livermore Ave., on Saturday, June 10, to kick off its Summer Reading Program.
The Foothill High School boys’ volleyball team defeated James Logan High School 3-1 on May 4 in the North Coast Section playoff quarterfinals. The Falcons were the No. 1 seed coming into the game and were awarded a bye before their matchup with the Broncos.
Grupo Folklorico Tlapalli perform Mexican folk dances during the Hispanic Heritage Celebration on May 7 at the Bankhead Plaza in Livermore. The Cultural Celebration Series is made possible by Livermore Valley Arts, Las Positas College, Joya Studios and a Rotarian Foundation of Livermore 2023…
Two friends from Livermore are planning the ultimate European Mountain Cycling Vacation together, checking one of their lifelong dreams off their bucket lists.
LIVERMORE — The comment period for Livermore Airport’s first comprehensive development policy closed on April 24, but a Tri-Valley community group continues to voice concerns that the new policy might invite unrestrained expansion at the airport.
LIVERMORE — The planning commission on May 2 approved recommended changes to the city’s South Livermore Valley Specific Plan (SLVSP) to enable the development of a 30-room hotel that a court recently ruled had failed to meet the SLVSP requirements.
Siegmar Pohl, a partner with the international law firm Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, will discuss intellectual property negotiations for start-up businesses at a Lunch and Learn event hosted by Daybreak Labs in Livermore on Wednesday, May 17.
The Almost Famous Wine Lounge in Livermore will host the West Coast Songwriters Spring Showcase on Thursday, May 25, with former Little Richard drummer Derrick “D’Mar” Martin as the emcee.
Wente Vineyards in Livermore will host several events now through October, beginning with a Mother’s Day celebration on Sunday, May 14, and the return of the winery’s annual White Party on Sunday, May 28.
The Rotarian Foundation of Livermore said last week that it awarded almost $200,000 this spring to 29 community organizations.
The Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System’s outreach team will be at the Livermore Civic Center Library, 1188 S. Livermore Ave., from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., on Thursday, May 25.
The Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir (OIGC) will celebrate Juneteenth this year with a concert at the Bankhead Theater in Livermore on Friday, June 23.
On Thursday, April 27, members of the Livermore Police Department attended the high school and middle school-aged Special Olympics Summer Games kick-off at Granada High School. Special needs students from all high schools and middle schools within the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School D…
The winners of Livermore’s seventh annual “Poetry in a Test Tube” contest were announced last week during an awards ceremony at the Civic Center Library.
The Livermore Girls’ Softball 12U Interleague team recently played against San Ramon and are looking towards the playoffs in Castro Valley on May 6. From right are Alley Chapman, Grace Peterson, Gianna Miller, Bailey Robinson, Camryn Yovino, Michelle Yovino, Tyla Watt, Ken Chapman, Isabella …
The 14th annual Livermore Uncorked! Wine Competition, sponsored and run by the Tri Valley Conservancy (TVC), began with a field of 175 wines. A record 33 wineries entered this year, some for the first time. Wines were screened by a panel of non-Livermore winemakers assembled by TVC wine cons…
LIVERMORE — For more than 35 years, the Livermore institution known as Emil Villa’s Hickory Pit has served up tender ribs and fresh pies. Owned By Ali Alaee since 1998, the restaurant recently announced a new partnership that he said can mean only good things for customers’ taste buds: longt…
LIVERMORE — Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) campuses, city leaders, school administrators and Livermore Area Parks and Recreation District (LARPD) officials are in preliminary discussions about a joint bond measure that would benefit the school district and also make …
The Livermore High School baseball team defeated the Dublin Gaels 10-5 on April 28. The Cowboys avenged their loss to the Gaels two days earlier and improved to 10-12 on the season.
LIVERMORE — The city council on April 24 approved a $1.17 million contract with a company to complete the cleanup and monitoring of three contaminated locations in the downtown core.
Elliot Mort, a 12-year-old homeschool student from Livermore, has qualified for the 2023 National Memory Master Competition to be held this week at the Classical Conversations conference in North Carolina.
LIVERMORE – The recent Amador Valley-Granada series showed how fast the standings can change in East Bay Athletic League baseball.
STEAM Teams from Marylin Avenue and Arroyo Seco Elementary schools in Livermore recently participated in a 3D printing exhibition hosted at the Marylin Avenue STEAM Lab. The students worked for eight weeks under the guidance of former Marylin teacher, Taylor Parker, to create a hypothetical …