A vigil was held at Wayside Park for missing Pleasanton resident Sydney West, on Thursday, Oct. 22. During the vigil, volunteers passed out flyers, and the family gave an update on the continuing search for Sydney. The 19-year-old volleyball player and UC Berkeley student vanished on the mor…
PLEASANTON — In its recent meeting on Oct. 20, the Pleasanton City Council unanimously approved modifications to the city’s Down Payment Assistance (DPA) Program, which has been helping first-time homebuyers obtain home ownership since 2003.
PLEASANTON — Roughly 36 years after he brutally stabbed 14-year-old Tina Faelz behind Foothill High School in Pleasanton, the former classmate convicted of killing her has finally confessed.
In a recent meeting, the Pleasanton City Council approved a police department request to enter into an agreement with Axon Enterprise, Inc. to provide the department with the most current technology in body worn cameras, conducted energy devices (CEDs) and digital evidence storage.
The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce’s Business and Community Political Action Committee (BACPAC) recently announced its endorsements for the Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees in the November 2020 election.
The Pleasanton City Council in a special meeting last week adopted updates to the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing and agreed to the implementation of the Police Chief's Advisory Board.
On the heels of a grassroots movement, the City of Pleasanton recently paused forward motion on finalizing the master plan for an historic property.
The grassroots organization Pleasanton Voters has endorsed Karla Brown for mayor and two candidates for the open seats on the Pleasanton City Council this election season - Nancy Allen and Valerie Arkin.
The Pleasanton Police Officer Association has endorsed Jerry Pentin for mayor, along with Jack Balch and Randy Brown for the Pleasanton City Council.
The City of Pleasanton’s original Climate Action Plan (CAP), adopted in 2012, outlined a variety of local actions to help reduce our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, enhance environmental sustainability, and prepare for climate change.
Four more residents at the Pleasanton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center have died from COIVD-19 related issues, bringing the death toll since the late-August outbreak to 12.
The Pleasanton City Council recently moved forward on a plan to mend a contaminated groundwater well and prepare to meet future water quality regulations.
The historic eucalyptus tree that came down in Lions Wayside Park in downtown Pleasanton last week will soon find a new resting place.
Early Friday, Aug. 29, The Wave in Dublin opened for lap swimming. Swimmers must register for a lane and time. The Pleasanton Aquatic Center on Black Avenue will also open on a limited schedule beginning Tuesday, Sept. 8. (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)
The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce and Pleasanton Weekly are hosting a Candidates Forum, featuring the mayoral and city council candidates in the November 2020 election.
Chiman Lee, Northern California Director of Corporate eWaste Solutions announced his candidacy for one of the open Pleasanton City Council seats in the November 2020 election.
Voting against the recommendation of city staff, the Pleasanton City Council sided with the planning commission during its Aug. 18 meeting and approved 4-1 amendments to the North Sycamore Specific Plan (NSSP) that will greenlight the development of a 3.28-acre lot adjacent to Bridle Creek a…
A San Jose man who spent almost two decades in prison for a crime he didn’t commit received free dentistry from the Pleasanton Ridge Dental Group last weekend for Smile Generation Service Day.
Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare in Pleasanton has been recognized by numerous rating and accrediting organizations for quality and safety, as well as for excellence in several specialties.
The Pleasanton Unified School District has produced a video to explain how families can apply for free or reduced-price meals for their children for the new school year through the national school lunch and breakfast programs.
The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce is pleased to welcome the second edition of an online vendor tradeshow promoting a select group of Chamber members.
To provide relief and respite from the heat, a Pleasanton Cooling Center will be open Aug. 17 and 18, from noon to 7 p.m., at the Pleasanton Senior Center, 5353 Sunol Blvd.
Painters prepared the front of Amador Valley High School for new paint. Pleasanton Unified School District started August 11th, but with remote learning, it may be a while before students see the freshly painted school.
Absent Mayor Jerry Thorne, city leadership approved its fiscal year 2020-21 mid-term capital improvement program (CIP) budget, which in part pulled from reserves to show $4.4 million more than the original 2020-21 CIP budget.
Pleasanton Police Department’s Special Enforcement Unit detectives conducted a patrol check and observed a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of Tri-Valley Inn and Suites on Santa Rita Road, Aug. 6, at 12:51 p.m.
Monith Ilavarasan recently announced his campaign for Pleasanton mayor. He will run on a platform that supports affordable housing, small businesses, and police and mental health professionals.
The City of Pleasanton has created a three-step plan to address the city’s current policing policies and future goals in light of the nation’s recent civil unrest.
Members of the local Jose Maria Amador Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently participated in the organization’s first-ever virtual convention.
Pleasanton Planning Commissioner Jack Balch pulled his nomination papers today, the first day available to do so, formalizing his candidacy for Pleasanton City Council in the Nov. 3, 2020 election.
With input from the public and its own city leadership, Pleasanton's recent conversation highlighted the potential of redirecting funds from its police department to other community assets.
Chris Miller, who has organized local support for military families for 30 years, and Joyce and Bob Shapiro, who have headed up numerous business and community organizations in Pleasanton, are recipients of the 2020 Ed Kinney Community Patriot Awards, presented by the nonprofit Make a Differ…
The Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group (ITV), a Pleasanton-based company, is engaged in an effort to identify the challenges and opportunities likely to be experienced over the next 20 years, while maximizing those opportunities for the Tri-Valley.