A small cluster of buildings on the east side of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) will become the site of future collaborations between the Laboratory and University of California campuses.

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On the cusp of diving into a civics lesson about the House of Representatives, Ms. Greer’s advanced placement (AP) government class at Livermore High School received a virtual visit from their own 15th Congressional District Representative, Eric Swalwell.

Sections of the Arroyo Mocho Trail will be closed this month as contractors work to stabilize the banks of the arroyo and restore parts of the hiking and biking trail through Livermore that were damaged by severe winter storms in 2017.

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After 38 years of sharing what grew to become one of the nation’s biggest neighborhood Christmas light displays with major holiday crowds, Deacon Dave Rezendes’ event will go dark this year, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The City of Livermore, Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District, and the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District are encouraging residents to “Mask Up for Livermore” to slow the spread of COVID-19.

A memory-foam material developed by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is being used in a potentially life-saving medical device that won a National Technology Transfer Award this week from the Federal Laboratory Consortium.

The Bay Area chapter of the nation’s most prominent environmental organization took the unusual step of silencing its smaller Tri-Valley Sierra Club group over public comments perceived as being hostile toward a solar power facility planned for hundreds of acres of farmland north of Livermore.

Since 1991, the Livermore Valley Educational Foundation (LVEF) has worked to ease the impact of funding cuts on the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD), and their efforts in 2020 are still just as vital.

A new hotel near the San Francisco Premium Outlets opened its doors last week as an emergency shelter for older and medically fragile homeless people who would otherwise have difficulty practicing social distancing.

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The bulletin boards are decorated, the math manipulatives are at her fingertips, and the markers and whiteboards are fresh and ready as Mrs. Shortridge at Smith Elementary School welcomes her first-grade students to their new year of learning.

Backed by the Livermore City Council and local organizations, Alameda County is stepping up to shelter the homeless with a village of tiny homes located at a community church.

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Las Positas College and the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance have signed an agreement to offer foundational and advanced education for nonprofit professionals.

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The Livermore City Council is expected to approve a $2 million matching grant program for small businesses affected by mandatory shutdowns because of the COVID-19 pandemic at its regular meeting on Monday, Aug. 24.

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The Arbors, a 162-unit apartment property in Livermore, will become a rent-restricted community for middle-income households earning no more than 120% of the Alameda County median income.

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Sycamore Grove Park and Holdener Park are closed until further notice because of high temperatures and recent fire activity, according to the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District.

Livermore is the latest city in Alameda County to cap commissions that online meal delivery companies can charge for their services, following similar emergency orders in Oakland, Berkeley, Fremont and San Leandro.

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Small business owner Brittni Kiick recently announced her bid for a District 3 Livermore City Council seat – soon to be vacated by Councilmember Bob Coomber who will not seek reelection.

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St. Michael Catholic Church in Livermore will distribute milk, eggs, potatoes and fresh fruit and vegetables to those in need from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Aug. 22.

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Wednesday, Aug. 19, at 12:29 p.m. an evacuation order alert was issued through AC Alert, which disseminates communications with local residents. The order stated: "There is an evacuation order for all residents on Mines Road, South of Del Valle Road area due to approaching fire danger."

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Amid COVID-19 and shelter-in-place orders, Pleasanton-based 1st United Credit Union is excited to officially announce the opening of their newest branch in Livermore.

Livermore’s retail ban on e-cigarettes will extend to also prohibit sales of electronic vaping devices and fluids containing CBD under a new ordinance introduced by the Livermore City Council this week.

Small business owner Brittni Kiick recently announced her bid for a District 3 Livermore City Council seat – soon to be vacated by Councilmember Bob Coomber who will not seek reelection.