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SRVUSD in line for $1.1 million state grant to support low-performing students
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is taking advantage of some one-time funding from Sacramento, with the school... Last comment on Feb 22, 2019 at 6:38 am | 2 comments

Danville set to acquire new property to house town offices, police department
While escrow is not expected to close until the later part of 2019 according to town manager Joseph Calabrigo, the current... Last comment on Feb 20, 2019 at 10:49 am | 1 comment

San Ramon Valley teachers rally in support of union negotiators
Hundreds of teachers from the San Ramon Valley Education Association donned their red union colors and gathered at Dougherty... Last comment on Feb 17, 2019 at 7:25 pm | 4 comments

'San Ramon Voyager' takes to the high seas
San Ramon has taken to the high seas -- symbolically -- as Chevron Corp.'s new crude oil tanker, the "San Ramon Voyager,"... Last comment on Feb 18, 2019 at 9:36 am | 1 comment

 
 
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"Monte Vista Marching Band"
The Monte Vista High School Jazz and Marching Bands performed at the Alamo Wine & Music Fest on Saturday September 11, 2010. Photo by: Perry Lentine Submitted by Perry Lentine on Sep 13, 2010

 
 
 
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Cal High alum, daughter of school board president dies in car crash
Madeline "Maddie" Hurd, a 2015 California High School graduate and the daughter of San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education President Rachel Hurd, was in her senior year working toward a bachelor's degree in recreation at Western Washington University. She was 21 years old. Friday, 4:51 PM

SRVUSD board selects preferred map for district-based elections
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is well on its way to changing its election method from at-large to district-based voting, as the school board has officially selected a preferred map to guide future elections, pending approval by the Contra Costa County Board of Education. Friday, 1:36 PM

County Supervisor Burgis going in for heart surgery
Contra Costa County Supervisor Diane Burgis, whose district includes parts of the San Ramon Valley, has announced that she will be going in for open heart surgery on Monday. Friday, 5:57 PM

San Ramon: Clarkson talks open space preservation, looming challenges at State of the City
San Ramon Mayor Bill Clarkson met with residents on Wednesday afternoon to give his annual State of the City address, where he described the challenges facing his city, the achievements it has earned and its plans for the future. Thursday, 4:17 PM

Around Town: Plan a party, help a charity
Alamo-based Party In-Kindness (PIK) is changing the way groups can raise money for worthy charities by making it easy, fun and meaningful for donors. Thursday, 3:32 PM

San Ramon: City Center hosting first Community Block Party
City Center Bishop Ranch is slated to launch a new tradition on Saturday, when it will hold its first-ever Community Block Party open to all. Thursday, 4:13 PM

Danville set to acquire new property to house town offices, police department
While escrow is not expected to close until the later part of 2019, according to Town Manager Joe Calabrigo, the current building owners have accepted the town's purchase offer of $12.75 million. Tuesday, 4:16 PM | 1 comments

SRVUSD in line for $1.1 million state grant to support low-performing students
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is taking advantage of some one-time funding from Sacramento, with the school board approving a funding plan Tuesday for the Low Performing Student Block Grant to help support students who are struggling in its schools. Wednesday, 4:46 PM | 2 comments

Amador Valley High principal takes leave of absence
First-year Amador Valley High School principal Alberto Solorzano was granted a leave of absence for personal reasons on Wednesday, according to Pleasanton Unified School District officials. Wednesday, 3:00 PM

San Ramon Valley teachers rally in support of union negotiators
Hundreds of teachers from the San Ramon Valley Education Association donned their red union colors and gathered at Dougherty Valley High School Friday afternoon, to show support for their collective bargaining team and rally support for the union. Sunday, 8:21 PM | 4 comments

'San Ramon Voyager' takes to the high seas
San Ramon has taken to the high seas -- symbolically -- as Chevron Corp.'s new crude oil tanker, the "San Ramon Voyager," has begun transporting oil on behalf of the locally headquartered company, primarily between the Arabian Gulf and the United States. Sunday, 8:32 PM | 1 comments

 

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