Record temperatures didn’t keep families from enjoying the City of Dublin’s Splatter event at Emerald Glen Park on Saturday, Sept. 10. Kids enjoyed the carnival rides and fun booths, while adults sampled an array of valley wines, craft beers and a variety of ethnic foods.
Mery Hayes, above, takes a break from the heat with some water relief at Lizzy Fountain in Livermore on Monday, Sept. 5. Blazing temperatures melted much of the Bay Area over the Labor Day weekend with Livermore setting records of 116 degrees. Forecasters say the Tri-Valley and surrounding a…
The Silicon Valley Pipe Band, above, leads the way onto the track in front of the grandstands at the Alameda County Fairgrounds for the closing ceremonies of the Caledonian Club of San Francisco’s 156th Scottish Highland Gathering and Games.
Pleasanton Police Captain Kurt Sclehuber, above, enjoyed a double dose of fun during the department’s Aug. 24, “Cone with a Cop” event at the Meadowlark Dairy in Pleasanton.
The City of Pleasanton and local residents celebrated the 75th anniversary of Independence Day for India on Aug. 15 at Wayside Lions Park in Pleasanton. Mayor Karla Brown joined in the event designed to create an inclusive community spirit while honoring India’s culture and history.
Iron workers began construction on Dublin's Emerald High School gymnasium this week at 3700 Dublin Boulevard. Phase 1 is set to be completed by December 2023. The site is planned for 1,300 students by the end of Phase 1 and an additional 1,200 students at the end of Phase 2, which is expect…
District 57 host team of the Little League Intermediate World Series at Max Baer Field in Livermore won the tournament championship on Sunday, Aug. 7. Danville Little League, representing District 57, won over the West Seoul Asia/Pacific division 5-2. Dario Boban led District 57 with three h…
The Wolff family of Pleasanton visit with Pleasanton Police Captain Kurt Schlehubey during Tuesday evening’s National Night Out (NNO) event. NNO is a community-building campaign held the first Tuesday in August. The local parties are designed to bring together neighbors while enhancing the r…
The CA District 57 Little League team, representing the host lineup at the 50/70 Little League World Series, won their first game of the tournament defeating the Central East Maui Little League team representing the West division of the tournament on Aug 1. They defeated Central East Maui 13…
From left: Talia Fallis, Megan Bahr, Tenay Fallis and Christine Carpio of the Ballet Roots Dance Company in Pleasanton, perform during their “Summer Collection” production on June 10 at the Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton.
Christian Youth Theater (CYT) enjoyed a successful run with Shrek The Musical at Livermore High School. The six performances ran June 16 to 19, with nearly 60 students between the ages of 8 and 18 performing the theatrical adaption of DreamWorks classic tale of the an accidental hero named Shrek.
Dublin’s Summer Concert series opened on Thursday, June 16 with the Spazmatics at Emerald Glen Park. Concerts will be ongoing at the farmers market every Thursday through August. The full lineup can be found at www.dublin.ca,gov/summerconcerts.
Dancers make their way down the parade route during the Livermore Rotary Club Rodeo Parade in downtown Livermore on Saturday, June 11.
Retroactive performed during the Friday, June 10 Concert in the Park event at Lions Wayside Park in Pleasanton. Hosted by the Pleasanton Downtown Association, the Concerts in the Park series runs every Friday through the end of the summer.
Warm temperatures didn’t dampen the spirits of these Granada High School seniors as they celebrated the school's 56th commencement ceremony on Friday, June 10 in Livermore.
A Dublin High School graduate celebrates the moment with a friend during the Class of 2022 ceremony on Thursday, June 2. This year marked the school’s 52nd graduation commencement.
Grads from the Class of 2022 celebrate in traditional style with the throwing of caps into the air during Amador High School’s 99th high school commencement ceremonies on Friday, June 3. This was the first time in two years the graduating class matriculated in person due to the pandemic.
Valley Dance Theatre celebrated its 40th anniversary at the Bankhead Theater in Livermore on May 28 and 29. Dancers above are shown performing “Paquita.”
Larraine Ferguson and Galie Feigenbaum from Livermore Boy Scout Troop 2942 place flags at Memory Gardens cemetery on Saturday, May 28. Over 1,300 graves among the three Livermore cemeteries were remembered with flags on Memorial Day.
American Legion Post 237 and VFW Post 6298 color guards presented the colors during a Memorial Day observance at the Pleasanton Senior Center on Monday, May 30.
Bull Bash Friday Night kicked off the centennial celebration of the Rowell Ranch Rodeo on May 20. The weekend’s events included bull riding, ranch saddle broncs and breakaway roping.
“Bras for the Cause” supporters came out en masse for the 15th and final event of the iconic Pleasanton fundraising event. Over the years, the Tri-Valley SOCKS (Stepping Out for Cancer Kures) group has raised over $2 million in support of breast cancer prevention and treatment.
The Magnificent Grasshopper by Jake Edwards was one of the unique items on display during the Livermore Art Association’s Spring Art Show at the Bothwell Center on May 7 and 8.
Visitors stop and enjoy a pour from the Wood Family Vineyards booth in front of Experience Burma Restaurant during Pleasanton’s Downtown Association Wine Stroll Saturday, May 7.
Father Joseph Arsanious of the Coptic Orthodox Church, speaks during the National Day of Prayer event on May 5. Held at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton and hosted by Alameda County Supervisor David Haubert, the annual event was established by Congress in 1952 as a way to acknowl…
The Alameda County Fairgrounds welcomed thousands of runners and walkers on April 24 for the 10th annual Pleasanton Run for Education. The family-friendly event encourages residents to come out and spend time in the community to support Pleasanton's 15 schools and 14,500 local students.
The Amador Valley High School medley relay team stood out at the Amador vs Livermore swim meet on March 25. The Dons’ relay teams took first place in both girls and boys varsity relay races. On the girls’ side, the team of Florence Lin, Lilli Chau, Elayna Ling and Sydney Goldstein took first…
Pleasanton's first responders recently attended Foothill High School's Every 15 Minutes Program. The two-day event includes a staged mock car accident where students participate and experience the first-hand effects of drunk driving.
From left, Dublin Councilmember Shawn Kumagai, Dublin Mayor Melissa Hernandez and Dublin Councilmember Michael McCorriston help celebrate the unveiling of improvements at Dublin Heritage Park on March 15. The park sits at the crossroads of the Bay Area, at Dublin Boulevard and Donlon Way, da…
The Livermore stunt team was defeated by the Monte Vista Mustangs 14-11 on March 18, losing their home-opening competition and dropping to 0-1 on the season. The Cowboys started off strong and were able to win two of the first three routines. But after the third routine, it was all Mustangs.…
The Amador Don’s boys’ varsity volleyball team hosted the Dublin High School Gaels on Thursday, March 17. The Don’s swept all three matches, 25-16, 25-23, and 27-25.