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Dublin voters poised to decide $290M bond
Dublin Unified School District voters will soon decide if another new bond measure is the key to helping fix continued overcrowding... Last comment 6 hours ago | 1 comment

Danville: Would-be burglar kicks in door, flees after finding resident inside
A brazen home burglary attempt occurred in a Danville neighborhood on Thursday morning, with the culprit kicking in the front... Last comment 3 hours ago | 5 comments

Special songs from Threshold Choir
This special organization, with chapters across the country and around the world, sends out small groups of singers to serenade... Last comment on Jan 21, 2020 at 7:28 pm | 1 comment

Thousands of pot convictions in county to be cleared after Prop 64
Thousands of marijuana convictions out of Contra Costa County will be dismissed as part of a push by the district attorney's... Last comment 5 hours ago | 2 comments

 
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Two key water studies launched this month
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"Mt. Diablo Wildfire"
A thick layer of smoke from the Mt. Diablo wildfire covers the hills of Blackhawk creating a sensational sunset. Submitted by Perry Lentine on Aug 25, 2010

 
 
 
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City Council to discuss zoning updates, Discover San Ramon activities
The San Ramon City Council is set to gather Tuesday evening to talk about a variety of pressing issues facing the community, including zoning issues and local tourism promotion. Monday, 1:59 PM

Danville: Commission to explore implications of state's Housing Crisis Act
The Danville Planning Commission is set to receive a report detailing the state of California's efforts to create housing solutions, with specific attention being paid Tuesday evening to SB 330, the Housing Crisis Act. Monday, 2:03 PM

San Ramon's Huff named interim chancellor of community college district
Eugene "Gene" Huff has been selected to serve as the interim chancellor of the Contra Costa Community College District, the district governing board announced Friday. Monday, 2:12 PM

Best-selling author challenges overparenting for upcoming Parenting Forum
Lythcott-Haims's philosophy will be explored deeply in her keynote speech for the upcoming fourth annual Community Education Series Parenting Forum on Feb. 1 at Amador Valley High School. Monday, 1:59 PM

Alamo family reunites with physician who delivered all 10 children
The experience that has come through this long career is perhaps appreciated by none more than Eric and Maya Karleskind, an Alamo couple who had all 10 of their children delivered by Dr. Eyvazzadeh. Sunday, 3:19 PM

Discover Diablo -- a free hikes program
Check out this year's Discover Diablo, a public hike series by Save Mount Diablo that offers guided interpretive family walks, hikes and property tours open to everyone looking to get out in nature. Thursday, 9:58 PM

Deputies arrest woman in Alamo bank robbery
A Fairfield woman was arrested on suspicion of robbing a bank in Alamo on Tuesday morning, according to the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office. Wednesday, 8:34 PM

County to perform tree removal, trimming work along Miranda Avenue
A Contra Costa County Public Works contractor is scheduled to perform tree removal and tree trimming operations along Miranda Avenue between Stone Valley Road and Bolla Avenue in Alamo this week. Sunday, 3:23 PM

Danville Recreation Expo returns next month
The 11th annual Recreation Expo is set to return to Danville on Feb. 8, providing residents the opportunity to learn about recreational offerings found in and around the town. Thursday, 9:37 PM

Red Cross grappling with blood shortage after holiday lull
With the holiday season resulting in a sharp decrease in blood donation drives, the Red Cross is in desperate need of blood donors, and Tri-Valley residents are encouraged to help save a life at the Pleasanton Blood Donation Center. Friday, 1:17 PM

County supervisors vote to update granny flat ordinance
The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved updates to the county's accessory dwelling unit ordinance to comply with recent changes in state law designed to increase California's affordable housing... Tuesday, 3:30 PM

 

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