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The annual San Ramon Art & Wind Festival blows into town on May 26 and 27. Held from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. at Central Park, the festival includes over 150 arts and crafts booths, entertainment on four stages, kite-flying demos, free kite making workshops, kids' activities, displays and more.
The Pleasanton school district has hired Jason Krolikowski, an assistant principal from the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, as Foothill High's new principal to replace John Dwyer, who's taking a position as principal of Lynbrook High School in San Jose.
Gov. Jerry Brown reiterated his resolve to remake how California finances public schools by giving districts with large numbers of poor and/or English-learner students more money when he presented a revised state budget this week.
Local and regional emergency managers and disaster service workers will exercise the valley's emergency operations plan today as part of the Golden Guardian program.
A San Ramon man has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for distributing child pornography.
The Brentwood Library presents a local author workshop on Wednesday, May 15 at 6:30 p.m. in the Brentwood Community Center, 35 Oak St.
Veramark Technologies Inc. saw its profit decline slightly in the first quarter even as it logged a rise in revenue.
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While San Ramon officials are working to balance the city's budget, certain cuts are frustrating their colleagues across the city line.
The following story was provided by AOLJobs.com By Debra Auerbach for CareerBuilder Have you ever had an itch to quit your job and instead do work that makes a real difference in the world? In honor of Earth Day on April 22, we've compiled a list of seven jobs that help people live a better life - from the buildings they work and live in, to the ... (more)
"Hey kids, do you want to go to the Dairy?" "Isn't that John Madden?" "Don't you just LOVE Pleasanton?" Come on, fess up, if you're a Pleasanton resident you know you've said at least one of the above at least once.
This week's Simply Sterling takes note of some small dangers around our homes. After slipping on a dog treat and suffering months of pain and frustration, Linda Stolow Sterling reflects on the importance handicapped parking and why her dog no longer eats rawhide bones.
A $3 million federal lawsuit that names the city of Pleasanton, a Pleasanton police officer and a number of others is continuing to make its way through the court system.