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Ex-Santa Clara supe joins SRVUSD cabinet as assistant superintendent
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education voted this week to appoint two new high-level administrators... Last comment on Sep 26, 2022 at 7:33 pm | 2 comments

47 Alameda County sheriff's deputies moved to desk jobs after audit finds they failed psychological exams
Alameda County sheriff's officials believe 47 deputies who allegedly failed a psychological exam and now have desk jobs will... Last comment 15 hours ago | 1 comment

San Ramon Planning Commission to consider scaled-back Bishop Ranch housing proposal
The San Ramon Planning Commission is set Tuesday to discuss a proposed housing development that would bring hundreds of new... Last comment on Sep 20, 2022 at 3:44 pm | 1 comment

Korean grocery store H Mart set to come to Dublin
Dublin is set to see a new Asian grocery option that has proven popular across the country since its founding, and in the... Last comment on Sep 20, 2022 at 1:07 pm | 5 comments

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24 friends & family members ran the Marine Memorial Marathon in Washington D.C. in honor of Josh "Chachi" Corral, and ALL runners finished the 26.2 miles course! Pictured above are: (back) Grant Vandevanter, Jason Roudnev, Jordy Corral, Len Hack, Arnie Corral, Bridget Larin and Ed Corral. (Front) Jack Griffin, Zack Corral, Karen Corral, Andrew Vu, Kaelin Ragan, Theresa Carl, Fabiola DeAguinaga, Kayla King & Christina Corral. (Middle Right) Latisha Endsley & Jessie Esteban. Not pictured: Joaquin Aranda and Caryn Bostrom. Submitted by Angie Roudnev on Nov 7, 2012


Sunset Development buys Chevron Park; energy giant to still keep HQ in San Ramon
San Ramon's largest corporate resident is staying in the city for the foreseeable future, with Chevron signing a new lease to move its global HQ into Bishop Ranch while also selling its corporate park back to Sunset Development. Wednesday, 4:37 PM

Love is love in the Tri-Valley: Livermore Pride celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month
Livermore Pride will be celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month with a series of free, community oriented activities. Ranging from bike rides to movie night, community members and allies are encouraged to attend the events through October. Wednesday, 9:56 PM

Dublin man convicted of rape after jury deliberates for just two hours
An Alameda County jury recently found a man guilty of raping a young woman in an apparent date-rape plot that included transferring the partially conscious victim between multiple cars from a San Francisco club to his home in Dublin. Wednesday, 8:38 PM

Walnut Creek: Fire won't prevent Meals on Wheels' food deliveries
A Saturday night fire at Meals on Wheels Diablo Region's Walnut Creek headquarters wouldn't impact meal deliveries, the group said this week... Wednesday, 9:55 PM

Grapes & Gratitude: Fundraiser set for cancer support nonprofit Culinary Angels
Community members will be able to raise funds to support local residents experiencing cancer-related hardships at the upcoming benefit gala, Grapes & Gratitude, for Tri-Valley nonprofit Culinary Angels. Tuesday, 4:42 PM

Community Briefs: SRVHS homecoming parade | Durga Puja celebration | Tony Lindsay performing in San Ramon | 'A Cannabis Affair'
San Ramon Valley High School's homecoming parade and celebration are set for this Friday in downtown Danville. See that plus the Durga Puja celebration in San Ramon, a performance from Tony Lindsay and more in our Community Briefs. Tuesday, 4:56 PM

Hey ref! Fans' bad behavior, harassment causes shortage of officials in high school sports
Words like funding, equipment, field space and coaching are thrown around regularly when it comes to local sports. But there is one phrase seldom mentioned that is the most crucial -- officials or rather, the lack of officials. Wednesday, 8:58 PM

San Ramon mayoral candidates face off in election forum
The three candidates in the race for mayor of San Ramon this November came together for a public forum on Thursday to discuss their platforms and weigh in on issues at the top of voters' minds ahead of the upcoming election. Sunday, 3:25 PM

Parole board denies early release bid from Sikh temple killer
A parole board decided last week that Joga Singh Sandher, convicted of murder for the 2000 killing of Ajmer Singh Malhi during a mass shooting at a Sikh temple in Contra Costa County, should remain in prison. Tuesday, 4:41 PM

47 Alameda County sheriff's deputies moved to desk jobs after audit finds they failed psychological exams
Alameda County sheriff's officials believe 47 deputies who allegedly failed a psychological exam and now have desk jobs will pass the exam when they retake it and get their guns and peace officer powers back, per the ACSO. Tuesday, 9:57 PM | 1 comments

Pleasanton Preps: Dons edge Falcons in football overtime thriller
The Dons did indeed win the game, but the 14-7 overtime win was hardly easy. In fact, the Falcons could have won the game late in regulation, but the Dons came through by blocking a short field goal attempt in the final seconds. Tuesday, 3:16 PM

San Ramon City Manager Gorton retiring in January
San Ramon City Manager Joe Gorton announced Friday that he plans to retire from the city government early in the new year to cap a public service career of 35 years that also included time as San Ramon's police chief. Sunday, 2:30 PM

Ex-Santa Clara supe joins SRVUSD cabinet as assistant superintendent
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education voted this week to appoint two new high-level administrators to head their business and technology departments. Friday, 1:12 AM | 2 comments

Staying Healthy: 75 years of Livermore Area Recreation and Park District
For the past 75 years, Livermore Area Recreation and Park District has provided the community with activities, programs, facilities and services to help all residents enjoy open space and remain active. Monday, 8:59 PM

Staying Healthy: Running to support survivors of domestic violence
The nonprofit organization, Tri-Valley Haven, is hosting its annual Pace for Peace run/walk event put on to raise funds and awareness for survivors of domestic violence. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the pace run. Sunday, 2:31 PM

Moonshots for Unicorns seeks to treat ultra-rare conditions
Two Danville physicians have merged their professional and personal lives in the wake of their young daughter's diagnosis of an ultra-rare genetic disorder, seeking to address a void in modern medicine that they... Wednesday, September 21, 9:55 PM

County to continue with only partial name change of Kirker Pass Road after Concord residents balk at prospect of amending their address
Contra Costa County will continue its effort to rename part of Kirker Pass Road, but only in unincorporated parts of the county and the city of Pittsburg, county officials said Tuesday. Wednesday, September 21, 10:03 PM

What a Week: Reflecting on life, legacy of former Pleasanton mayor Bob Philcox
The Pleasanton community is mourning the loss of former mayor, bank executive and community service leader Robert 'Bob' Philcox. His service on two public agencies came at crucial junctures in the recent history of the Tri-Valley. Friday, 1:07 AM

San Ramon Valley teacher, cheer coach charged with sexual misconduct against minors
A longtime cheer coach and fitness instructor in San Ramon who recently began teaching middle school biology in Danville was charged this week with committing lewd acts against two teenagers. Sunday, September 18, 4:42 PM | 6 comments

Seven Tri-Valley schools, including four in SRVUSD, named National Blue Ribbon Schools
A total of seven schools in the Tri-Valley were recognized as National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, with four belonging to the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. Tuesday, September 20, 11:24 PM

San Ramon man found guilty after threatening State Senator Wiener
A county jury this week convicted a San Ramon man on a majority of counts after making threats of gun violence against State Senator Scott Wiener earlier this year in response to a vaccination bill introduced by the legislator. Thursday, September 15, 5:05 PM


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