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Danville: Planning Commission to review Montair HOA appeal
The Danville Planning Commission is set Tuesday to debate an appeal challenging a residential project that would reduce a... Last comment 5 hours ago | 5 comments

Dial 9-8-8: Bauer-Kahan introduces new bill addressing mental health emergency calls
Californians reporting a mental health crisis would be connected with trained counselors instead of police dispatch through... Last comment on Feb 22, 2021 at 6:30 pm | 1 comment

Danville rep appointed to Oakley school board as county takes over temporarily after hot mic scandal resignations
After the resignations, county Board of Education President Annette Lewis appointed herself and fellow county board rep Mike... Last comment on Feb 22, 2021 at 8:28 am | 1 comment

San Ramon: Council OKs new Costco gas station on Fostoria Way
The San Ramon City Council approved plans for a 32-pump Costco gas station across the street from the company's Danville... Last comment on Feb 18, 2021 at 2:44 pm | 13 comments

 
 
 
 
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Contra Costa County Community College District receives accreditation along with official warning
The Contra Costa County Community College District has been notified it will continue to be fully accredited. However, the accreditation comes with an official word of warning for recent conduct committed by the district. Wednesday, 2:52 PM

San Ramon residents invited to submit virtual readings for World Poetry Day
World Poetry Day is approaching and San Ramon's own Poet Laureate, Jenyth Jo, is inviting aspiring and established local poets alike to recognize the day by submitting a virtual reading of a poem. Wednesday, 2:56 PM

Cal High wins fourth consecutive county Mock Trial competition
Students at California High School in San Ramon have once again defended their school's title as champions during Contra Costa County's 40th annual Mock Trial competition. Tuesday, 4:12 PM

DeSaulnier hosting virtual town hall on 'Solving America's Gun Problem'
Local U.S. Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (D-Concord) is reaching out to talk with his constituents about gun violence in America and has invited residents to view his 125th town hall event, entitled 'Solving America's Gun Problem.' Tuesday, 4:17 PM

San Ramon Film Club welcomes new members
The San Ramon Arts Foundation invites everyone to join its Film Club, a virtual series with everyone watching the movies on their own and then joining co-hosts Dave Owens and Patrick Gutierrez for a discussion. Tuesday, 1:54 PM

Dublin: Parents rally to continue upgrades on elementary schools
Dublin Unified School District parents, teachers and students rallied on Tuesday to urge the Board of Trustees to continue with facilities upgrades on two elementary schools, in the face of a $184 million budget shortfall. Tuesday, 10:37 PM

SRVFPD helps vaccinate thousands, opens mobile COVID-19 inoculation clinic
First responders from the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District have been acting as frontline workers in helping East Bay residents receive coronavirus vaccines, and over the past several months have helped vaccinate thousands... Sunday, 12:38 PM

State allows outdoor youth sports to resume amid; Contra Costa County still limited
Outdoor youth sports will soon be allowed to resume in California counties that meet a threshold for coronavirus cases, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Friday. Sunday, 12:20 PM

Dog dies in residential fire in Dublin
An apartment unit was seriously damaged after catching fire in Dublin on Monday morning, displacing a family and killing their pet dog, according to the Alameda County Fire Department. Monday, 9:55 PM

Dial 9-8-8: Bauer-Kahan introduces new bill addressing mental health emergency calls
Californians reporting a mental health crisis would be connected with trained counselors instead of police dispatch through a new hotline under proposed legislation introduced last week by Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan. Monday, 4:28 PM | 1 comments

Bay East recognizes best in local real estate from 2020
Tri-Valley real estate professionals joined their peers from across the East Bay virtually last month to honor the local industry's top accomplishments during a uniquely challenging 2020. Monday, 4:03 PM

Livermore: Teens tested in 'Traitor in the Realm'
Two teenage foster siblings find themselves trapped in a treacherous magical world in "Traitor in the Realm," a young adult fantasy novel by Patricia J. Boyle that was released last month. Monday, 4:03 PM

Danville rep appointed to Oakley school board as county takes over temporarily after hot mic scandal resignations
After the resignations, county Board of Education President Annette Lewis appointed herself and fellow county board rep Mike Maxwell (Danville) to serve as temporary members of the Oakley Union Elementary School District Board. Sunday, 12:20 PM | 1 comments

Technology helps bring Black History Month visions to life
Even with pandemic restrictions, Black History Month celebrations carry on here, taking shape virtually through webinars on video conferencing platforms and social media campaigns to disburse educational material and pay tribute. Thursday, 11:23 AM

Walnut Creek: Officials give Toyota initial green light on housing plan
The City Council on Tuesday unanimously decided to move forward with Toyota Walnut Creek to explore rezoning six acres north of Ygnacio Valley Blvd into mixed-use buildings with multiple floors of housing or hotel over auto facilities. Sunday, 1:11 PM

San Ramon: Council OKs new Costco gas station on Fostoria Way
The San Ramon City Council approved plans for a 32-pump Costco gas station across the street from the company's Danville warehouse store, denying a resident-submitted appeal challenging the project during a special meeting Thursday. Sunday, 7:50 PM | 13 comments

 

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