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CPUC approves higher electricity fees for customers who buy from local program
The California Public Utilities Commission at a meeting in San Francisco on Thursday approved a revised fee calculation that... Last comment 23 hours ago | 1 comment

Pleasanton's Sears store to close amid company's bankruptcy
On Monday shortly after announcing that their company was filing for chapter 11, Sears Holdings officials announced that... Last comment 21 hours ago | 2 comments

Parents of teen who drowned on campus file claim with SRVUSD
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District has been hit with a claim from the family of 15-year-old Benjamin Curry, who... Last comment 4 hours ago | 36 comments

Congressional hopeful Peters' candidate statement left out of voters guide
U.S. House of Representatives hopeful Rudy Peters (R-Livermore) saw his campaign hit a bump in the road late in this election... Last comment 15 hours ago | 4 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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The Pothole Report: San Ramon Valley recognized for quality road maintenance
A recent study of the 43,000 miles of road found in the Bay Area -- almost double the distance it takes to circumnavigate the globe-- has recognized Tri-Valley communities as having some of the best maintained and highest quality streets in the region. Tuesday, 5:39 PM

Family drama 'Other Desert Cities' arrives in Danville
Danville's own acting troupe the Role Players Ensemble will be bringing the Tony Award-nominated family drama "Other Desert Cities," to town for a three-weekend run. Tuesday, 2:08 PM

Zone 7 board set to vote on proposed water rate increases
After a series of public meetings on the subject, the Zone 7 Water Agency Board of Directors is scheduled to vote on proposed water rates for the upcoming four years at their regular meeting Wednesday night. Tuesday, 5:03 PM | 1 comments

Three authors discussing local history at Museum of the San Ramon Valley
Three distinguished local authors who are well-versed in the region's history are coming to Danville's Museum of the San Ramon Valley to meet and talk with residents about their community's heritage. Tuesday, 2:01 PM

San Ramon native joins Pleasanton PD as newest officer
Pleasanton Police Department and city officials welcomed San Ramon native Nickolas Skaggs as the department's newest police officer during a ceremony last week. Monday, 1:06 PM

Danville, San Ramon named safest cities in Northern California
San Ramon Valley communities have been recognized for their efforts to keep residents safe, with Danville and San Ramon being named two of the top three safest places in California by a national security company's recent study. Sunday, 5:03 PM

Coroner IDs Alamo senior killed in Rudgear Road crash
An 82-year-old man who died in a solo-car crash while driving on Rudgear Road near Alamo on Thursday morning has been identified by the Contra Costa County Coroner's Office as Alamo resident Stanley Mehlhoff. Friday, 2:28 PM

Pleasanton's Sears store to close amid company's bankruptcy
On Monday shortly after announcing that their company was filing for chapter 11, Sears Holdings officials announced that Pleasanton's Sears in the Stoneridge Shopping Mall would be closing along with 141 other Sears and Kmart locations nationwide, before the year's end. Monday, 4:09 PM | 2 comments

Congressional hopeful Peters' candidate statement left out of voters guide
U.S. House of Representatives hopeful Rudy Peters (R-Livermore) saw his campaign hit a bump in the road late in this election season, when the Contra Costa County Elections Department failed to include his candidate statement in the original voters guide sent to San Ramon residents in Congressional District 15. Tuesday, 9:41 AM | 4 comments

CPUC approves higher electricity fees for customers who buy from local program
The California Public Utilities Commission at a meeting in San Francisco on Thursday approved a revised fee calculation that will result in higher charges to customers who choose to buy their electricity from local governments instead of investor-owned utilities. Sunday, 5:03 PM | 1 comments

Danville expands list of historic sites with McDonald’s Drug Store, Cabral House
In its continued effort to honor Danville's heritage and architecture, the town has recently awarded historic plaques to two locations in the downtown area, officially designating them as historic town resources. Wednesday, 3:24 PM | 1 comments

Parents of teen who drowned on campus file claim with SRVUSD
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District has been hit with a claim from the family of 15-year-old Benjamin Curry, who drowned in the San Ramon Valley High School pool in early May. Monday, 1:39 PM | 36 comments