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Curry family to hold candlelight vigil on anniversary of son drowning in SRVHS pool
It will soon be one year since 15-year-old Ben Curry drowned during class in the San Ramon Valley High School pool, and to... Last comment 17 hours ago | 3 comments

Guest Opinion: Six San Ramon ex-mayors, ex-council members join to oppose Church of the Valley project
Despite our own differences on many matters, we stand united in the conviction that the Church of the Valley Project as currently... Last comment on Apr 18, 2019 at 2:27 pm | 7 comments

Mayor Storer to review Bay Area housing issues at Danville town hall
The Bay Area housing crisis is an issue that has been gripping the state for the better part of 2019, and to discuss how... Last comment on Apr 22, 2019 at 8:31 am | 0 comments

Danville council approves policy updates on small cell wireless facilities
As Federal Communications Commission regulations over the installation of small cell wireless facilities in communities continue... Last comment on Apr 18, 2019 at 7:44 pm | 1 comment

 
 
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"Mt. Diablo Wildfire"
A thick layer of smoke from the Mt. Diablo wildfire covers the hills of Blackhawk creating a sensational sunset. Submitted by Perry Lentine on Aug 25, 2010

 
 
 
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San Ramon: Developers seek city support in re-characterizing apartment project as fully affordable housing
In response to a large shortfall in available funds for construction, developers of the previously approved San Ramon Valley Apartments project have requested that the city of San Ramon support their decision to re-characterize the property as 100% affordable units with an emphasis on housing for military veterans. Tuesday, 4:45 PM

Alamo: Round Hill voters deciding on parcel tax increase for police services
Named Measure C, the ordinance consists of a proposed increase to an existing property tax that will be used for 'police protection services,' and requires approval from two-thirds of those voting in order to pass, with the voting deadline set for May 7. Tuesday, 5:00 PM

Curry family to hold candlelight vigil on anniversary of son drowning in SRVHS pool
It will soon be one year since 15-year-old Ben Curry drowned during class in the San Ramon Valley High School pool, and to remember his life and honor his memory, Curry's family is holding a candlelight vigil on the first anniversary of his death. Monday, 2:20 PM | 3 comments

Mayor Storer to review Bay Area housing issues at Danville town hall
The Bay Area housing crisis is an issue that has been gripping the state for the better part of 2019, and to discuss how Danville in particular is involved in the process of fixing said crisis, town Mayor Robert Storer is planning to meet with his constituents on April 30, for the “Mayor's Town Hall" event. Sunday, 11:35 AM

San Ramon: Watermark senior living community set to open in August
Set to open in August, the Watermark at San Ramon will offer 39 assisted living and 40 memory care rental apartment homes, located 12720 Alcosta Blvd., next door to San Ramon Regional Medical Center. Sunday, 11:27 AM

Junior Achievement of Northern California celebrates centennial anniversary
The global nonprofit youth organization Junior Achievement (JA) is one such organization that has recently reached this Milestone, and on April 4 Junior Achievement of Northern California held its centennial celebration in San Francisco, and took the time to recognize some exceptional San Ramon residents involved in the nonprofit. Tuesday, 5:02 PM

Local police participating in National Drug Takeback Day
At the free and anonymous event, San Ramon Valley residents are invited to bring their pills and other solids such as patches, and liquids in consumer containers, to the Danville Town Offices or the San Ramon Police Department for disposal. Monday, 2:53 PM

Sheriff's office asks for public help in identifying Alamo burglary suspects
Jewel thieves struck a jewelry store in Alamo early Monday morning. As a part of their efforts to catch the at-large suspects, the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office is asking any residents with relevant information to come forward. Thursday, 11:33 AM

San Ramon: MIXT to open new restaurant in City Center
MIXT, the newest culinary option to join the City Center Bishop Ranch community, is set to open its doors next weekend, aiming to bring with it healthy, delicious, high-quality food for people on the go. Thursday, 6:36 PM

Guest Opinion: Former mayors, council members oppose Church of the Valley project
Despite our own differences on many matters, we stand united in the conviction that the Church of the Valley Project as currently proposed is bad for San Ramon and must be opposed. We call upon the City Council to vote in opposition of this project. Tuesday, 1:27 PM | 7 comments

Marken takes reins as interim superintendent for Dublin Unified
Interim Superintendent Dave Marken has stepped in to provide leadership stability during a critical moment in Dublin Unified School District history -- and he knows it. Monday, 11:07 PM

 

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