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San Ramon council considering new policies for restaurants, businesses to operate outdoors
The San Ramon City Council is set Tuesday to discuss adopting an interim policy and waive application fees that would allow... Last comment 6 hours ago | 1 comment

SRVUSD selects Toronto's top administrator as superintendent finalist
The SRVUSD Board of Education has identified Toronto director of education John Malloy, Ed.D., as its preferred candidate... Last comment on May 22, 2020 at 7:28 pm | 8 comments

Comment deadline extended for Contra Costa County drilling plan
The public comment period for a proposed exploratory oil and gas drilling operation west of Brentwood, on rural Contra Costa... Last comment on May 23, 2020 at 6:59 pm | 1 comment

Contra Costa County eases restrictions for retail, other industries in latest health order
Six Bay Area jurisdictions slightly relaxed the region's COVID-19 coronavirus shelter-in-place order Monday, allowing multiple... Last comment on May 21, 2020 at 8:29 am | 14 comments

 
 
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"Tassajara Valley Wins Crown"
Manager Mike Fuller's Tassajara Valley Big League team defeated Pleasanton 8-3 on June 10th to clinch the District 57 season championship with an 11-1 record. The champs capped off a 9 game winning streak after suffering their only loss by one run. They scored 109 runs while allowing just 27. Pictured: (Front row, L-R) Vanessa Fuller, Brian Smith, Eric Stone, Kris Gallwatti, Tommy Montalvo; (2nd row) Assistant Coach Brent Bowen, Nate Jump, Cody Chavarria, Hayden Letts, Matt Mazzoni, Kieran Sanchez, Nick Furman; (3rd row) Mgr. Mike Fuller, Brian Peterson, Kevin Alexander, Austin Winniger, Joe Vigil, Jacob Heathorn, Michael Hernbroth, Assistant Coach Gary Hernbroth. Not pictured: Lawrence Nelson. (Photo by Brent Bowen Photography) Submitted by gary hernbroth on Jun 11, 2012

 
 
 
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Danville council holding in-person meeting to discuss revenue shortfalls
The Danville Town Council is set to review the ongoing financial impacts of the coronavirus pandemic during a special budgetary study session on Tuesday morning, to consider reducing expenditures to account for revenue shortfalls. Monday, 1:50 PM

Commission to review plans for new Danville Town Hall
The Danville Planning Commission is set Tuesday to consider approving plans for renovations and new parking at the office building property the town bought last year to become the new Danville Town Hall. Monday, 3:16 PM

San Ramon council considering new policies for restaurants, businesses to operate outdoors
The San Ramon City Council is set Tuesday to discuss adopting an interim policy and waive application fees that would allow more restaurant seating and other business activities outdoors temporarily. Sunday, 3:24 PM | 1 comments

Person dies in crash on I-680 in San Ramon
One person was killed Saturday night in a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 680 in San Ramon, the California Highway Patrol said. Sunday, 3:15 PM

Danville: Police arrest one suspected car thief; second remains at-large
The Danville Police Department remains on the look out for a suspected thief spotted in Danville on Thursday morning, and while town staff say officers have arrested his suspected associate, the other man is still at-large. Sunday, 3:24 PM

SRVUSD selects Toronto administrator as superintendent finalist
The SRVUSD Board of Education has identified Toronto director of education John Malloy, Ed.D., as its preferred candidate to succeed retiring Superintendent Rick Schmitt, pending final approval at a board meeting. Thursday, 1:54 PM | 8 comments

Comment deadline extended for Contra Costa County drilling plan
The public comment period for a proposed exploratory oil and gas drilling operation west of Brentwood, on rural Contra Costa County land, has been extended from May 19 until June 9, county officials said. Sunday, 3:25 PM | 1 comments

Asian Americans bear brunt of blame for COVID-19
As some people blame the rise of coronavirus on China, where it originated, the FBI has warned about a possible rise in hate crimes against Asians in the United States. Businesses owned by Asian Americans are being vandalized. Sunday, 3:26 PM

County library staff launch projects, programs to support coronavirus-related relief
The Contra Costa County Library System has been working to provide relief to residents negatively affected by the coronavirus pandemic, and while libraries have been closed, staff are still dedicated to supporting the community. Saturday, 12:22 PM

SRVUSD announces plans for virtual graduation ceremonies for class of 2020
In order to recognize the class of 2020's accomplishments, SRVUSD seniors will be honored during a virtual graduation ceremony on May 29 and are invited to participate in a special "Senior Class of 2020 Memory Drive." Tuesday, 1:43 PM

County eases restrictions for retail, other industries in latest health order
Six Bay Area jurisdictions slightly relaxed the region's COVID-19 coronavirus shelter-in-place order Monday, allowing multiple industries to resume operations and retail businesses to offer storefront pick-up. Monday, 9:01 PM | 14 comments

 

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