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As a proud parent of 3 children in or through the San Ramon Valley school district, I have always felt blessed with how great... Last comment on May 30, 2020 at 7:04 am | 2 comments

County library system facing cuts as cities pay for fewer extra hours
Most Bay Area cities face budget problems owing directly to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, and in Contra Costa County,... Last comment 10 hours ago | 1 comment

School board OKs 2.56% raises for executive cabinet, management staff
The SRVUSD Board of Education approved plans to award its executive cabinet, management staff and confidential employees... Last comment 12 hours ago | 16 comments

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

 
 
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Danville extends nightly curfew; sheriff holds off on mandatory countywide order
The town of Danville is continuing its nighttime curfew order for another three days in light of civil unrest in the East Bay, which included protesters halting traffic on Interstate 680 in Walnut Creek late Monday afternoon. Monday, 6:26 PM

Hundreds of demonstrators close streets in non-violent protest in Dublin
Hundreds of protesters shut down the streets in central Dublin on Monday afternoon, as Tri-Valley residents joined the numerous communities throughout the country that have risen up in protests against police brutality. Monday, 8:59 PM

SR Planning Commission to review proposed fitness center in former OSH location
The San Ramon Planning Commission on Tuesday will review a proposal for a fitness center on the former Orchard's Supply Hardware location in the Crow Canyon Commons shopping center. Monday, 5:16 PM

Danville Town Council to review local effects of coronavirus pandemic during special meeting
The Danville Town Council is set to meet and discuss a variety of COVID-19 related issues facing the town on Tuesday evening, when council members and town staff gather for a special council meeting. Monday, 3:21 PM | 1 comments

San Ramon City Council to review budget, discuss election policies
Budgetary policies and election issues will be the main topic of conversation in San Ramon on Tuesday, when San Ramon city officials convene for a special City Council meeting. Monday, 3:27 PM

County library system facing cuts as cities pay for fewer extra hours
Most Bay Area cities face budget problems owing directly to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, and in Contra Costa County, one of the ripple effects in some cities will be fewer library hours. Sunday, 7:31 PM | 1 comments

Tri-Valley police prepare amid looting around Bay Area
Police agencies in the Tri-Valley braced for potential looting attempts in local communities amid similar cases around the Bay Area during the weekend. No incidents had occurred in the Tri-Valley as of late Sunday night. Sunday, 11:18 PM

Danville seeks applicants for 10th annual Juried Art Exhibition
The town of Danville has placed out a call to all local artists and is seeking art submissions for its 10th annual Juried Art Exhibition, with this year's theme entitled 'California Dreaming, Finding Beauty in My Own Backyard.' Sunday, 11:28 PM

Court: Agencies can't charge public for cost of deleting confidential information from electronic records
The California Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that government agencies can't charge the public for the cost of deleting confidential information from electronic records, such as videos and emails, sought under the CPRA. Sunday, 7:32 PM

Counties have latitude on when to reopen, Newsom says
Gov. Gavin Newsom reiterated Friday that county public health departments will have a large amount of latitude in reopening their economies amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Sunday, 7:32 PM

Board names Maloney as new principal of Bella Vista Elementary School
Bella Vista Elementary School in San Ramon officially has a new leader, with the recent announcement by the SRVUSD Board of Education that Ryan Maloney has been appointed to serve as principal.
Thursday, 3:11 PM

'Medical miracle': DeSaulnier recounts harrowing experience with near-fatal pneumonia
Rep. Mark DeSaulnier shared the story of his critical hospitalization in his own words and reflected on the imprint that the near-death experience has left on him and how it will influence his public service going forward. Thursday, 10:22 PM

Danville entrepreneur receives $100,000 deal on 'Shark Tank'
A Danville local dove into the "Shark Tank" last week, and came out with a $100,000 investment after a successful pitch on ABC's entrepreneurial reality show. Tuesday, 3:38 PM | 2 comments

School board OKs 2.56% raises for executive cabinet, management staff
The SRVUSD Board of Education approved plans to award its executive cabinet, management staff and confidential employees a retroactive 2.56% pay raise, as well as a plan to reduce district expenditures by $8 million. Wednesday, 8:16 PM | 16 comments

Innovation Tri-Valley talks business during pandemic
While the spread of COVID-19 and subsequent economic downturn have severely stressed the capacity for businesses to operate, a group of local industry leaders have not shied away from the challenges brought on by the pandemic. Thursday, 12:26 PM

Two SRVUSD educators make county Teacher of the Year finals
The Contra Costa County Office of Education has announced that two of its four Teacher of the Year program finalists are from the SRVUSD: Sarah Clancy (Live Oak) and Courtney Konopacky (Stone Valley). Wednesday, 3:21 PM

Simple tributes around town touch the heart
In these extraordinary times, this resident takes photos on her walks to document the creative little ways so many Pleasanton residents are making the world a better place. Thursday, 4:53 PM

County health officer says COVID-19 restrictions will loosen carefully, deliberately
Dr. Chris Farnitano said he knows Bay Area residents are getting frustrated with what feels like a glacial pace in reopening area businesses, recreation, schools and society in general amid the coronavirus pandemic. Wednesday, 8:24 PM | 8 comments

 

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