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Motorcyclist dies in crash with bicycle on San Ramon Valley Boulevard
A Danville man died after his motorcycle crashed into a downed bicycle on San Ramon Valley Boulevard on the south side of... Last comment 9 hours ago | 2 comments

Pleasanton Preps: Decision to postpone high school sports again makes me 'as mad as hell'
With high school sports, at least the kids had Dec. 7 as the carrot to point their hopes toward. Now that is gone and who... Last comment on Nov 27, 2020 at 2:18 pm | 3 comments

San Ramon Planning Commission to again debate proposed Costco gas station
The San Ramon Planning Commission is set to consider approving plans Tuesday for a new 32-pump Costco gas station which,... Last comment on Nov 17, 2020 at 5:06 pm | 4 comments

Governor implements nightly curfew for non-essential activities in Contra Costa County
The order is for counties in the purple or most-restrictive tier, including Contra Costa County, in the state's Blueprint... Last comment on Nov 27, 2020 at 6:37 am | 4 comments

 
 
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"Christmas Lights in Danville"
This house in the Woodranch neighborhood of Danville continues to add more lights to its annual display. Thousands of families drive by the Dana Highlands Court home each year. Submitted by David Williams on Dec 11, 2011

 
 
 
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Rapper Lil Yase killed in Dublin shooting
Rising Bay Area rapper Lil Yase died at a local hospital after being shot multiple times near the eastern BART station in Dublin over the weekend. He was 26. Sunday, 8:05 PM

Danville: 'Comedy with Liz Grant and Friends' returns next weekend
Residents are invited to get the holly jolly season off with some quality laughs by signing up to view December's showing of "Comedy with Liz Grant and Friends" in Danville. Sunday, 11:41 AM

New community college chancellor drawn to district's social justice work
Though guiding the return from more than a year of COVID-19-imposed distance learning is his most obvious immediate concern, new CCCCD Chancellor Bryan Reece said his chief long-term mission is no less clear. Sunday, 3:09 PM

Contra Costa County health officer supports Santa Clara's latest COVID-19 measures
Santa Clara County's new health order restricting higher-risk activities to reduce the likelihood of area hospitals becoming overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients gained big support Saturday from health officials in Contra Costa County. Sunday, 3:00 PM

Women making an impact: Organization forms bonds with nonprofit groups through its grant process
Impact 100 East Bay is on a mission. Since 2016 it has united women in the community to each contribute $1,000 every year, which adds up to a substantial annual grant to help people in need. Sunday, 11:41 AM

On the road again: RV is safe way for Alamo family to continue quest to visit all the national parks
Neither flat tires nor mangled bikes nor pandemic can keep the Gagnon family from loading up their RV to travel cross country to revel in the glory of its national parks. Thursday, 9:09 PM

California expects $26 billion windfall, despite coronavirus
The good news: The recession California officials predicted in the early months of the coronavirus pandemic has not been as dire as they thought it would be. The bad news: The $26 billion windfall reveals a
stark economic divide. Sunday, 2:59 PM

Cal High wins top honors at Contra Costa County Model UN Conference
The student delegation from California High School in San Ramon took top honors during the 30th annual Contra Costa County Model United Nations Conference, which this year was held virtually this year. Tuesday, 4:16 PM | 2 comments

San Ramon Regional staff meet with students for virtual career panel
Members of the medical team from San Ramon Regional Medical Center met with local students from Diablo Valley College during a virtual panel this fall to help educate students on what it takes to pursue a career in the medical field. Sunday, 11:42 AM

Inmates file fraudulent unemployment claims estimated to cost state $1B
A collaborative investigation across California has found inmates filed 35,003 fraudulent claims for federal funding to assist people out of work due to the pandemic. Sunday, 2:58 PM

Holiday happenings: Variety of events help Tri-Valley celebrate a truly unique holiday season
Celebrate the holiday season at City Center Bishop Ranch in San Ramon as the lifestyle center lights up with festive community activities and sparkling decorations. See that event, and many others, on the docket across the Tri-Valley. Thursday, 9:09 PM

San Ramon: Neighbor named new president of SummerHill Homes
San Ramon's SummerHill Homes has new leadership with the announcement that Chris Neighbor has been promoted to the position of president of SummerHill Homes. Thursday, 9:13 PM

 

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