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San Ramon: Public input sought on EIR for 4,500 housing units in Bishop Ranch
The San Ramon Planning Commission is set to continue its review of the 4,500 housing units proposed by Bishop Ranch on Tuesday... Last comment 14 hours ago | 15 comments

Developer James Tong convicted of illegal contributions to Swalwell campaign
An East Bay real estate developer has been found guilty of funneling tens of thousands of illegal contributions to the congressional... Last comment 19 hours ago | 3 comments

Tri-Valley braces for prospect of several days without power
Parts of the Tri-Valley are bracing for a possible power shutoff by PG&E starting early Wednesday at midnight that could... Last comment on Oct 10, 2019 at 2:42 pm | 7 comments

San Ramon council to consider supporting countywide 0.5% sales tax
The San Ramon City Council will be debating the merits of supporting a new 0.5% countywide sales tax during its regular meeting... Last comment on Oct 9, 2019 at 5:17 pm | 7 comments

 
 
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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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Curry lawsuit: Teacher tells his side of story in motion to prevent punitive damages
Documents filed earlier this month seal pool surveillance video from public and provide first statement made by Aaron Becker, the San Ramon Valley High teacher on duty when Ben Curry died during PE class last year. Monday, 8:59 PM

Danville council to review results of skate park community survey
The Danville Town Council is set to continue its review of possibly adding a new, multi-use skate park and could select a preferred location for the new amenity on Tuesday evening. Monday, 2:49 PM

Valley Link timetable pushed out by three more years
The Valley Link commuter light rail system aiming to directly connect BART to Livermore and the San Joaquin Valley likely won't see its first trains run until at least 2027, three years later than initially estimated. Monday, 5:28 PM

San Ramon: Public input sought on EIR for 4,500 housing units in Bishop Ranch
The San Ramon Planning Commission is set to continue its review of the 4,500 housing units proposed by Bishop Ranch on Tuesday night, taking public testimony on the city's efforts to create an EIR for the project. Monday, 2:43 PM | 15 comments

SRVUSD residents invited to 'Coffee with the Superintendent'
Superintendent Rick Schmitt will be meeting with residents at the district offices in Danville on Friday, to talk about the pressing issues facing the community and answer questions during his "Coffee with the Superintendent" event. Monday, 2:54 PM

Developer convicted of illegal contributions to Swalwell campaign
An East Bay real estate developer has been found guilty of funneling tens of thousands of illegal contributions to the congressional campaigns of U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Livermore). Friday, 9:51 AM | 3 comments

Man charged with killing Dublin High alum, girlfriend in robbery
An Oakland man has been charged with special circumstances murder for allegedly fatally shooting a Dublin man and his girlfriend during a robbery in East Oakland last month. Sunday, 8:08 PM

Danville Youth Arts League offers guidance for aspiring artists
Aspiring young artists in Danville looking for an opportunity to hone their skills and interact with other students artists are in luck because the town of Danville is promoting a Youth Arts League for elementary aged students. Sunday, 8:13 PM

Tarantulas: The gentle giants of Mount Diablo
Many tarantulas populate Mount Diablo, and come the end of summer and into the beginning of the fall, these arachnids can commonly be seen scurrying around the mountain searching for a mate. Thursday, 2:15 PM

Contra Costa County offering a spooktacular Halloween wedding ceremony
Contra Costa County is offering residents the opportunity to have their dream 'scare-amony' this Halloween, by getting married by a costumed officiant. Thursday, 2:16 PM

 

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