The owners of Zephyr Grill & Bar issued a release today, notifying the Livermore community that one of the kitchen team had tested positive for COVID-19.
As we approach the Fourth of July holiday, the Livermore Police Department encourages the public to be responsible and safe over Independence Day weekend by not driving impaired.
A proposed Springtown residential development is expected to return to the Livermore City Council for consideration later this summer.
A proposal to build a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Livermore near I-580 continues to move forward, nearly three years after a developer first proposed to bring the popular fast food restaurant to the site.
Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District’s board of education approved a $147.3 million budget last week that’s more of a placeholder, as schools around the state already expect some relief from anticipated funding cuts in the state budget.
In response to current affairs and to serve as a message of support and acknowledgement, the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center (LVPAC) Board of Directors issued the following statement:
Gillig, a leading manufacturer of heavy-duty transit buses headquartered in Livermore, has laid off an unspecified number of workers. However, some sources have provided numbers.
Six members from the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department (LPFD) remain under quarantine this week awaiting COVID-19 results after four firefighters tested positive.
Livermore Downtown Inc. announced Monday, June 29, that Foragers Market will be taking over the management of Livermore Downtown Farmers Markets.
The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District will hold a Board Candidate Information Night at 7 p.m., on Tuesday, July 7, for anyone interested in running for either of the two seats on the Board of Education up for election in November.
Bay Area companies are using technology with direct ties to Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to aid the country’s efforts to combat the virus that causes COVID-19.
The Livermore City Council on Monday voted to form a new subcommittee tasked with laying the groundwork for a deep review of city policies and practices.
Cal Fire dispatched a helicopter (Alma Helitack from Lexington Reservoir) today, June 18, in response to a vegetation fire that broke out this morning. Grassland to the south of Sandia National Laboratory burned. Check back for more updates.
The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and resultant shelter-in-place order in effect in Alameda County are taking a growing toll on Livermore Area Recreation and Park District (LARPD) finances.
Livermore schools are already looking toward the coming academic year to address the technology needs of all students, whether they head back to campus or continue at-home education.
On the heels of Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare’s announcement to close its Livermore skilled nursing facility, community members responded to air their grievances.
UPDATE: After this article was published on June 17, Hayden posted an apology letter (dated June 16) to the CFMA’s website. Livermore, its downtown association and Livermore Pride issued a joint statement condemning the incident. Los Altos also decided to suspend its farmer’s market this wee…
A fire at a building on Hayes Avenue in Livermore Tuesday, June 16, destroyed two second-floor apartments and resulted in smoke and water damage to several adjacent units, according to the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department.
On June 15, at 10:45 a.m., a two-alarm vegetation fire broke out in South Livermore. The fire was contained to private property and Livermore Area Recreation and Park District (LARPD) property just south of the Veteran’s Administration site.
COVID-19 has generally closed Livermore City Hall to the public, but most of the city’s records remain available for public inspection, at least in electronic form.
The Dublin City Council last week took another step toward building a 138-room Cambria chain hotel for business travelers at an entrance to the city’s downtown.
The Livermore City Council committed on Monday to move quickly to enact comprehensive reforms, inspired by mostly peaceful protests around the world sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Livermore City Councilman Bob Coomber was happy to head home a few weeks ago after a six-day hospitalization due to a bacterial infection.
Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare announced its skilled nursing facility at the Livermore campus will officially close June 27, but officials report the city will see other enhanced medical services.
The City of Livermore issued a compliance order to residents along Lomitas Avenue last week, but the group plans to appeal, claiming the city has no right to demand they fund a public project.
A plan to transform hundreds of acres of leased ranchland into a massive solar farm is drawing concern from residents of the North Livermore Valley who want to protect property values, viewsheds and a way of life they say is under threat.
Protestors gathered at Dublin’s Emerald Glen Park Monday afternoon in solidarity against police brutality in the wake of the May 25 death of George Floyd, a Minneapolis black man who died while in police custody.
On June 3, Whitecastle Tours, a Livermore business, will join motorcoach companies from throughout the state in a rolling rally around the state capitol to communicate the hardships the participants have faced with public officeholders.
The Livermore schools lunch program has served more than 125,000 meals since March to students who usually receive free school lunches, filling in a gap since campuses had to close to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The Livermore Stockmen’s Rodeo Association has already begun a countdown for the 2021 Livermore Rodeo on its webpage, with 372 days to go as of Thursday this week. But the Livermore Rotary Club isn’t quite ready to forget about the now-cancelled 2020 Rodeo Parade.
Livermore schools are preparing for significant budget cuts for the coming school year, mainly because the state will reduce funding as the economic toll of the pandemic and shelter-in-place orders hit its own budget.
Livermore’s plan to help downtown businesses safely reopen is building momentum as state and county coronavirus shelter-in-place restrictions gradually lift.
California’s participation in snapping up the massive N3 Ranch headquartered near Livermore is still moving forward, despite billions in looming cuts to the state’s budget.
The City of Livermore is projecting a $13 million general fund budget shortfall for the 2020-2021 fiscal year, amid lockdowns to contain the coronavirus that halted much of the economy and stemmed the flow of sales and hotel taxes to the city’s treasury.
Administrators managing Livermore’s obligations are set to refinance nearly $59.3 million in debt following a financial storm that shook the municipal bond market in March.
Admittedly, it can be difficult to get excited to talk about modifying trash removal operations, but for the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District (LARPD), managing trash is a significant expense, and even minor process improvements can impact the bottom line in very real ways.
News cameras flocked to Livermore on Saturday to broadcast a rally set to protest the shelter-in-place order, but what wasn’t captured was the frustration of many business owners who were looped into that message.
In anticipation that Alameda County will loosen restrictions in the coming weeks, Livermore City Council directed staff to work with Livermore merchants on ways to safely expand their operations into adjacent outdoor areas.
Electric vehicle maker Tesla this week reopened its assembly plant in Fremont, defying orders from Alameda County to remain closed because of COVID-19 concerns.
Proponents of the Central Park Plan are removing their downtown redevelopment proposal from the November ballot, citing optimism that their top goals and those of the city can both be met.
Due to the extension of the shelter in place order to June 1, the City of Livermore’s Thursday evening farmers’ market in Carnegie Park will postpone its opening to June 4.
The Livermore Area Recreation and Park District (LARPD) Board of Directors held an emergency meeting last week to review revised budget projections indicating the district’s cash balance will likely remain positive for the remainder of the calendar year, despite a number of fiscal challenges…
The Livermore City Council at a special meeting on Monday worked to set new procedures and rules for conducting virtual meetings during the shelter in place.
The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District will host a virtual public hearing on its American Indian Education Program at 7 p.m., Tuesday, May 12.
The Livermore City Council unanimously approved and made permanent changes to its municipal code that could provide authorities with more tools to enforce social distancing and stay-at-home orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Livermore neighborhood group’s lawsuit against the city and a developer was reassigned again after the first two judges were disqualified.
Altamont Creek Elementary has been recognized by the California Department of Education as a Green Ribbon Gold Award School for environmental excellence.