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Jeremy Walsh

Editor, Embarcadero Media/East Bay Division

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About Jeremy
Jeremy Walsh is the editor of Embarcadero Media's East Bay Division, including the Pleasanton Weekly, LivermoreVine.com and DanvilleSanRamon.com. He joined the company in late 2013, two days after returning from his honeymoon. After serving as associate editor, he was promoted to editor in early 2017.

With primary duties focused on editing stories for the websites and daily Express emails as well as overseeing the Pleasanton Weekly print edition, Jeremy fills in on a variety of news coverage as needed — notable topics such as the Pleasanton Costco saga, serious breaking news, public agency investigations and court cases.

Jeremy also pens a biweekly column, What a Week, which debuted in 2021; serves on the Editorial Board, including writing editorial comments; and is part of the division's award-winning candidate forum moderator team.

A Benicia native who studied journalism at American University in Washington, D.C. (Class of 2010), Jeremy is a big Bay Area sports fan, enjoys movies and is an avid golfer. He lives in Pleasant Hill with his wife and son.
Stories by Jeremy
Pickleball group hosting first Harvest Crush Tournament
As their sport continues its rise in popularity, members of the recently formed Tri-Valley Pickleball Club are bringing an inaugural tournament to Livermore this month that they hope will represent the start of something special for...
[Monday, October 3, 2022]

What a Week: The year of city manager hirings in the Tri-Valley
San Ramon City Manager Joe Gorton's departure will continue a streak of turnover at the top for three of the five municipalities in the past year -- and it becomes four in five if you go back to just before the COVID-19 pandemic...
[Thursday, September 29, 2022]

Dublin man convicted of rape after jury deliberates for just two hours
An Alameda County jury recently found a man guilty of raping a young woman in an apparent date-rape plot that included transferring the partially conscious victim between multiple cars from a San Francisco club to his home in Dublin.
[Wednesday, September 28, 2022]

Sunset Development buys Chevron Park; energy giant to still keep HQ in San Ramon
San Ramon's largest corporate resident is staying in the city for the foreseeable future, with Chevron signing a new lease to move its global HQ into Bishop Ranch while also selling its corporate park back to Sunset Development.
[Wednesday, September 28, 2022]

San Ramon City Manager Gorton retiring in January
San Ramon City Manager Joe Gorton announced Friday that he plans to retire from the city government early in the new year to cap a public service career of 35 years that also included time as San Ramon's police chief.
[Friday, September 23, 2022]

What a Week: Reflecting on life, legacy of former Pleasanton mayor Bob Philcox
The Pleasanton community is mourning the loss of former mayor, bank executive and community service leader Robert 'Bob' Philcox. His service on two public agencies came at crucial junctures in the recent history of the Tri-Valley.
[Friday, September 23, 2022]

Tri-Valley teen arrested after crash injures pregnant driver, kills unborn child outside Sacramento
A teenager from Livermore faces a potential murder charge after allegedly crashing into another car while trying to flee authorities after a sideshow in Rio Linda, seriously injuring a pregnant woman and killing her unborn baby Friday.
[Monday, September 19, 2022]

Danville: Driver charged with misdemeanor manslaughter for June collision that killed pedestrian
A Danville man now faces one count of misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter in connection with a traffic collision on Camino Tassajara in June that killed a local woman trying to cross the street.
[Thursday, September 15, 2022]

National railroad labor deal reached to avert strike that would've impacted ACE trains
Federal officials on Thursday morning announced a tentative labor agreement between freight rail companies and their employee unions to avert a work stoppage that would have significantly impacted ACE trains through the Tri-Valley.
[Thursday, September 15, 2022]

Valley Concert Chorale set for 60th anniversary season
The Valley Concert Chorale, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, has unveiled the performance schedule for its upcoming season, which begins in December.
[Wednesday, September 14, 2022]