LIVERMORE – The California Attorney General last week filed a brief in support of the city in the Save Livermore Downtown v. City of Livermore appeal.
Back in 2017, a group of Livermore winemakers developed rules for a special blend allowing them to work together and create something unique.
Encore Players, a Livermore community theater group, will present “Jake’s Women,” by Neil Simon, at the Bothwell Arts Center on Aug. 19, 20, and 21.
Gene Morgan Insurance Agency is helping local teachers and students get ready for the new school year with their annual backpack and school supply drive. They are looking to collect new or gently used backpacks, pencils, erasers, notebooks, lined and craft paper, calculators, scissors, glue,…
For its final Tuesday Tunes concert this summer, The Livermore Cultural Arts Council (LCAC) is bringing back Audio Illusion. They will appear on the Shea Homes Stage in the Livermore Plaza adjacent to the Bankhead Theater, Aug. 16 at 6:45 pm.
Several members of West Coast Soccer, which offers recreational and competitive soccer programs in Livermore and Tracy, recently spent a weekend at Yosemite National Park for life lessons, team bonding, and fitness, according to coach and program founder Troy Dayak.
Tiffiny Ross, a former Alameda County deputy sheriff, has joined the Livermore Police Department. Ross, the daughter of Livermore Police Sgt. Scott Harrison, began her law enforcement career in 2014 as an Alameda County Sheriff’s Office technician. She became a deputy sheriff in 2017 and was…
The Bankhead Theater in Livermore is hosting a display of artwork celebrating grapevines, hops, and fermented drinks in the Tri-Valley. The juried art exhibit ‘Ferment’ is free and open to the public. It will be on display in the UNCLE Credit Union Gallery at the theater, 2400 First St., thr…
Tri-Valley Cultural Jews’ Jewish Culture School will sponsor a Rosh Hashanah Open House on Sunday, August 28 from 10:30 am. to 12:30 p.m. in Pleasanton. The event will include crafts and cooking related to the holiday. Participants will learn Rosh Hashanah songs and dances and will learn abo…
LunaFish, a popular Livermore-based band that re-creates the San Francisco psychedelic rock sound of the late 1960s and early 1970s, will perform in Livermore Plaza on Tuesday, Aug. 9.
The San Francisco-based musical group Cascada de Flores will present an original story about a boy who goes in search of dance, music, and song at the Rincon Branch of the Livermore Public Library, 725 Rincon Ave., at 11 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 5.
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…
The Livermore Public Library will join the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District to host Campfire Scary Stories for teens at Sycamore Grove Park from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 12.
Livermore police officer Kurt Cofer recently received a 2022 MADD Award from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) California for making 34 arrests for driving under the influence (DUI) or drugs or alcohol in 2021.
Livermore Police Officer Scott Harrison has been promoted to sergeant, according to a department announcement. Harrison, who joined the force in 2004, has served as a patrol officer, field training officer, motor officer, and narcotics detective. His supplemental duties have included crime s…
A Livermore resident and recent graduate of Granada High School, has announced his candidacy for a seat on the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) Board of Education in November.
LIVERMORE – Candidate Mony Nop kicked off his mayoral campaign on July 21 with a fundraising event at the Purple Orchid Wine Country Resort and Spa in Livermore.
This colorful sign of summer was spotted, appropriately, on Sunflower Hill in Livermore. According to the National Sunflower Association, the sunflower was a common crop among American Indian tribes throughout North America. Evidence suggests that the plant was cultivated by American Indians…
The Rotarian Foundation of Livermore (RFL) last week celebrated 35 years of giving to the community with a program at the Rotary Bandstand in Carnegie Park.
LIVERMORE — The Cheza Nami Foundation (CNF) will host their “Moving Together” dance and drumming workshop Aug. 12-13 at Las Positas College (LPC) in Livermore.
Alameda County – The Alameda County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, July 19 approved a resolution that would increase the size of agricultural and equestrian buildings allowed on farmland, pending voter approval.
LIVERMORE — More than 100 members of the public wrote in or spoke out during this week’s council meeting expressing support or opposition to the Move Eden Housing referendum.
The Frankie Bones Project will perform on the Shea Homes Stage July 26 as part of the Livermore Cultural Arts Council’s (LCAC) Tuesday Tunes summer concert series. The show begins at 6:45 p.m. in front of the Bankhead Theater in Livermore.
Armchair Travelers, a monthly program, will take place on Thursday, Aug. 11, at 1:30 p.m., in the Civic Center Library Storytime Room.
The Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre presented “Newsies: The Broadway Musical” last weekend, July 16, at the Bankhead Theater in Livermore. Based on the 1992 Disney musical about the real-life newsboy strike in New York City in 1899, the production runs through Sunday, July 31. Remaining perform…
Helena Macias, a 2022 graduate of Livermore High School (LHS), has received a $1,000 scholarship from the Livermore Fil-Am Organization, a nonprofit that promotes Filipino culture through community-oriented programs.
The Livermore Chapter of the National Charity League, a philanthropic organization that encourages mother-daughter volunteering, recently recognized seven high school graduates for completing the six-year program. Mothers and daughters join the program when their daughters enter seventh grad…
A new history of Livermore examines the development of the city in parallel with the complex story of railroad development in California and across the U.S.
Patrons of the Livermore Public Library can choose the featured book for the 17th annual Livermore Reads Together program, which will focus on women’s history, by voting for one of four candidates at any branch library or online at tinyurl.com/sb9w379p.
LIVERMORE — A resilient local economy, healthy city coffers and burgeoning residential growth were among the touchstones of Livermore Mayor Bob Woerner's State of the City address on Thursday, July 14 at the Robert Livermore Community Center.
LIVERMORE — After receiving 8,053 referendum petition signatures two weeks ago, the city clerk announced in a July 13 letter that the city is taking no further action to verify the signatures.
LIVERMORE — The California Supreme Court last week denied the City of Livermore’s request to depublish a lower court’s ruling that has, for now, blocked the development of dozens of homes at Garaventa Hill.
Open Heart Kitchen received a $450,000 grant from the Senior Assistance Foundation of the East Bay (SAFE) to support the construction of a new production kitchen and dining room at its Vineyard 2.0 Project.
Mosaic Lodge 218 will celebrate its 150th anniversary from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 6, at the Masonic Hall building, 119 S. Livermore Avenue, Livermore.
The Livermore Public Library will offer four space-based STEM programs this summer to prepare younger students for the upcoming school year.
Award-winning singer-songwriter Ben Folds, former frontman for the alternative rock band Ben Folds Five, will headline the annual Brilliance at the Bankhead fundraising gala for Livermore Valley Arts, on Saturday, Sept. 10.
The Tri Valley Branch of Sons in Retirement, a California-based fraternal organization for men over 50, is seeking new members.
Three of the five seats on the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) Board of Education will be up for election this year in the Nov. 8 general election.