The Livermore Public Library will host a Halloween-themed Haunted Terrarium craft program for teens at 4 p.m., Friday, Oct. 29, on the sundial patio of the Civic Center Library, 1188 S. Livermore Ave.
More than 20 Livermore Valley wineries will partner with 13 Bay Area animal shelters and rescue organizations on Saturday, Oct. 30, for a day of wine tasting, dog adoptions, and activities for man’s best friend.
A new traffic signal was installed last month at the intersection of Tesla and Greenville roads in Livermore. The Alameda County Public Works Agency said the signal should reduce delay during morning and afternoon peak hours and improve traffic safety. In addition to the new signal, LED stre…
The Livermore Eagles Auxiliary will hold its annual Indoor Holiday Craft Show at Livermore Aerie 609, 527 N. Livermore Ave., from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6.
The Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce officially welcomed Quest Science Center to downtown Livermore on Saturday, Oct. 2, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Quest Plaza, a 5,000-square-foot outdoor gathering space at Stockmen's Park.
The Livermore City Council has imposed mandatory water-use restrictions for all outdoor irrigation, with a goal of reducing usage by 15% over last year, after declaring a Stage 2 Water Shortage Emergency.
Organizers of Livermore Pride, a local nonprofit dedicated to LGBTQ+ community, equity, and inclusion -- announced the schedule of performances and activities for its annual Pride Festival, taking place on Oct. 16, at Carnegie Park, 2155 Third St., in Livermore, from noon to 5 p.m.
Lewis Feldman, director of the University of California Botanical Garden at the UC Berkeley campus, will be the guest speaker for the online meeting of the Livermore-Amador Valley Garden Club on Thursday, Oct. 14, starting at 7 p.m.
Livermore Downtown Inc. put on its annual Witches Night Out, Wednesday, Oct. 6. Attendees grabbed their brooms and headed downtown for a night of dinner, drinks and shopping. (Photos - Dawnmarie Fehr)
Music historian Keith Hatschek, former director of the Music Management program at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, will explore the role of “the answer song” in popular American music in an online presentation sponsored by the Livermore Public Library at 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 30.
The Livermore Public Library will host an online lecture by Marisa Villegas-Ramirez, a specialist in Latino student achievement for the Oakland Unified School District, on Chicano, Latino, and Indigenous identity in American history on Tuesday, Oct. 12.
Catharine Baker, a two-term California assemblymember and appointee to the state's Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC), spoke last week before the Rotary Club of Livermore.
Mariachi San Francisco, a 10-piece mariachi band, will perform in traditional costumes on the basketball courts next to Rincon Branch Library, 725 Rincon Ave., Livermore, at noon on Sunday, Oct. 10, as part of a Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration sponsored by the Livermore Public Library.
Livermore City Historian Richard Finn will tell tales from the bygone era of cowboys and ranchers in old Livermore during a virtual presentation next month.
LIVERMORE — The city council this week enacted the next stage of the water shortage contingency plan, bringing the city to a 15% mandatory conservation level.
Wilhite Electric has been recognized by the Northern California Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) for its work on a fulfillment center at 1201 Voyager St., in Livermore.
A Livermore woman who smoked marijuana and drank whiskey before a crash killed two of her passengers has pleaded no contest to second-degree murder charges, prosecutors announced Wednesday.
As part of its outreach efforts for updating the city’s general plan, Livermore will hold a virtual workshop from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., on Thursday, Sept. 23.
The Livermore Public Library, in concert with the Tri-Valley Stargazers Astronomy Club, will host an evening of exploring the night sky at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 14, at the Civic Center Library, 1188 S. Livermore Ave.
Eight participating families in the Partners for Change Tri-Valley mentorship program were recognized recently in a graduation ceremony at Asbury United Methodist Church in Livermore. Partners for Change is a nonprofit organization that helps families achieve financial self-sufficiency. The …
Following the recent car crash involving six students from Livermore High School, Granada High students set aside friendly rivalry to support their peers with a unifying poster project.
Drilling to enable collection of soil for possible contaminants at the site for Livermore’s controversial Eden Housing project was completed last week with a report on the results due sometime in October, city officials said last week.
Police and school officials increased security Thursday at Livermore High School following the arrest of a student who made “alarming” statements to harm others on campus, the district said.
Local author Senait Mesfin Piccigallo will discuss her book, “You’re in America – Now What? 7 Skills to Integrate with Ease and Joy,” at the Civic Center Library, 1188 S. Livermore Ave., at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2.
Wente Vineyards is offering two new wine-and-food experiences at its Wente Vineyards Tasting Lounge at 5050 Arroyo Road in Livermore.
Ingrid Nilson secures her work of knitted art around a tree in Livermore on Aug. 5. First Street now sports a Tree Sweater Forest as part of this annual tradition that brings local knitters and crocheters together to create colorful “sweaters” for the trees. When the sweaters are taken down,…
Encore Players of Livermore will present its first in-person stage production since last December on the weekend of Sept. 17-19 in the courtyard of Asbury United Methodist Church, 4743 East Ave, Livermore.
At approximately 2 p.m. today, firefighters from Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department responded to a structural fire at 3983 California Way, in Livermore.
LIVERMORE — A Livermore High School student was killed, and five classmates were hurt when a pickup truck they were riding in crashed 200 feet down an embankment in an unincorporated area near Livermore, authorities said Saturday.
The 12th annual Fine Art Figurative Show, “The Essential Figure,” which focuses on the human form, will be held Sept. 24-26 at the Bothwell Arts Center, 2466 Eighth St., Livermore.
The Livermore Public Library will offer a free presentation and workshop for high school students on “Writing a Successful College Application Essay” at 6:30 p.m., on Wednesday, Sept. 1.
The Livermore Valley Opera (LVO) will launch its 30th anniversary season with “Celebrate! An Evening of Favorite Operatic Ensembles” at the Bankhead Theater in Livermore at 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct 9, and 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 10.
LIVERMORE — A Livermore High School student was killed and five classmates were hurt when a pickup truck they were riding in crashed 200 feet down an embankment in an unincorporated area near Livermore, authorities said Saturday.
Surrounded by local and regional officials, Livermore Mayor Bob Woerner cuts the ribbon at the grand opening of the Chestnut Square Family Housing complex, Friday, Aug. 20. The mixed-income, intergenerational community is located at 1665 Chestnut St., in Livermore. Chestnut Square boasts 42 …
Nancy Miller works at her sewing machine during a “Dress a Girl Around the World” sew-fest held at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Livermore, Saturday, Aug. 21. The campaign aims to make a difference in the lives of girls around the world. Dedicated volunteers throughout the U.S. and beyond g…
The Livermore-Amador Symphony Guild will host a free Prelude Party for the 2021 season at 4 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 9, at the Springtown Homeowners Association clubhouse, 931 Larkspur Dr., Livermore.
In Livermore, Altamont Creek Elementary School’s new principal, Andrea Tapia, welcomes students back to school Tuesday, Aug. 24. (Photos – Doug Jorgensen)
PLEASANTON — The city council heard from residents and staff during a public hearing last week regarding noise issues at the Livermore Airport and KaiserAir’s proposal to set up operations at the facility.
Livermore schools are being recognized for their students’ good behavior through a program called Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS).
The Livermore Junior Football League, which organizes teams for youths from 9 to 15-years-old, will hold its opening day jamboree at Robertson Park, 3200 Robertson Park Road, on Saturday, Aug. 28.
Kaleigh Castillo of Livermore recently returned from Michigan, where she won the bronze medal for International Bunker in the Junior Olympics.