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  • Citizens' Initiative...


    Amid concerns that the San Francisco Flower Mart in the city's South of Market neighborhood could be dismantled or relocated by a new property owner in favor of high-rise development, a citizens' initiative was announced today that would preserve the current zoning of the site.

    Last month, the San Francisco Flower Growers Association voted to ... » Read More

  • Bus Fire Blocks Lanes On Nb...

    The two right lanes of northbound Interstate Highway 280 before Hickey Boulevard in Daly City are closed due to a bus fire this evening, according to the California Highway patrol.

    The fire was reported shortly after 6:15 p.m. today when bystanders spotted the vehicle on the right-hand side of the freeway in flames, according to the CHP.

    Drivers should expect... » Read More

  • Three Men Named As Carnegie...

    By Bay City News Service

    Three men who risked their lives to save people in peril in the Bay Area last year, including a man who prevented a suicide at Coliseum, have received the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission's Carnegie Medal.

    Among the 21 people in the U.S. and Canada named as recipients of the medal on Tuesday was 61-year-old Donnie Navidad of Stockton... » Read More

  • Judge Orders 18-Year-Old To...


    A judge today ordered an 18-year-old youth to stand trial on one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder for a shooting in East Oakland on New Year's Eve that claimed the life of a 21-year-old woman.

    At the end of a short preliminary hearing, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Thomas Reardon ordered Dashawn Cooper to return to court on... » Read More

  • Domestic Violence Ad Campaign...


    San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon honored Domestic Violence Awareness Month today by announcing a new awareness campaign on Muni and by urging professional sports leagues to denounce domestic violence by placing consequences on players for bad behavior.

    Gascon said 2,000 advertisements printed in three languages will be placed on... » Read More

  • City Begins Enforcing Ban On...


    City of Berkeley officials today began enforcing a new ordinance that prohibits the feeding of wildlife in city parks and other public spaces.

    People caught feeding wildlife will face $100 fines after an initial warning period and fines of up to $500 for multiple infractions within a one-year period.

    The ordinance applies to the... » Read More

  • Mountain Lion Spotted In...


    A mountain lion was spotted in a residential area of Brentwood on Tuesday, according to police.

    A resident reported seeing the animal around 9 a.m. Tuesday in an open field north of Copperfield Court in the Brentwood Hills subdivision in the western part of the city, police said.

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife was... » Read More

  • Update: Power Restored After...

    Power has been restored for about 5,000 San Mateo residents and businesses after a vehicle crashed into a power pole at a construction site this afternoon, police said.

    The vehicle hit a power pole at low speed in a construction site near the corner of Pacific Boulevard and South Delaware Street at about 1:30 p.m., according to San Mateo police.

    The crash caused... » Read More

  • Duplex Fire Displaces Three...


    A two-alarm fire damaged both units of a duplex, displaced three people and killed a cat this morning, a Vallejo Fire Department spokesman said.

    The fire was reported at 8:30 a.m. in one unit of the duplex on Gleason Avenue at the intersection of 12th Street, department spokesman Mark Libby said.

    That unit was occupied by an apparent... » Read More

  • Two Teens Injured By Gunfire...

    Two teens driving near the Hilltop Mall in Richmond were injured by gunfire from a passing vehicle this afternoon, a police sergeant said.

    The teens were driving a tan Mercedes on Hilltop Drive near the intersection with San Pablo Avenue at 1:57 p.m. when five shots were fired at them from a white Mazda, Sgt. Nicole Abetkov said.

    The 16-year-old driver of the... » Read More

  • Free Wi-Fi Now Available In...


    San Franciscans can now get free wireless Internet access in 32 city parks, plazas and open spaces, thanks to a grant from Google, city officials announced today.

    Mayor Ed Lee and Supervisor Mark Farrell announced that the #SFWiFi network, currently available along Market Street between Castro Street and The Embarcadero, will now be available... » Read More

  • Crash Into Pole Knocks Out...

    A crash into a power pole at a San Mateo construction site this afternoon has knocked out power for about 5,000 residents and businesses, police said.

    The vehicle hit a power pole at low speed in a construction site near the corner of Pacific Boulevard and South Delaware Street at about 1:30 p.m., according to police.

    The crash caused a power outage for about... » Read More

  • Governor Signs Bill To...

    By Bay City News Service

    Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed a bill that requires toy guns to be visually distinguishable from real weapons.

    Senate Bill 199 was co-authored by state Sen. Noreen Evans, whose district includes the neighborhood near Santa Rosa where 13-year-old Andy Lopez was fatally shot seven times by a Sonoma County sheriff's deputy on Oct. 22... » Read More

  • Wednesday Midday News Roundup

    A new law that has been signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will help address the backlog of rape kits that are sitting untested on police evidence shelves throughout the state, Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, said today.

    Speaking at a news conference outside the state building in downtown Oakland, Skinner said Assembly Bill 1517, which she authored, "will help ensure that... » Read More

  • Sj Woman Struck, Killed By...


    A 75-year-old San Jose woman was struck and killed by a motorist last Friday while walking on a sidewalk outside the Westfield Valley Fair mall in Santa Clara, a police lieutenant said today.

    At about 3:45 p.m. Friday, Aihua Liu was walking south on the east sidewalk on Winchester Boulevard north of Stevens Creek Boulevard when a car driven by... » Read More

  • Heat Advisory Issued For...

    By Bay City News Service

    Forecasted temperatures approaching 100 degrees in the Bay Area on Thursday and Friday have prompted the National Weather Service to issue a heat advisory for the region.

    The advisory for the San Francisco Bay and Monterey Bay areas takes effect Thursday at about noon and lasts until Friday evening but may be extended into Saturday. Read More

  • Update: Man Fatally Shot...



    A man who was fatally shot outside of a nightclub in the heart of downtown Oakland early this morning has been identified by police as 27-year-old Connie Sowells.

    Police said Sowells, a Berkeley resident, was shot during an altercation with another man outside the Bella Ultra Lounge at 11th and Clay streets at... » Read More

  • Alleged Gang Member Convicted...


    A Petaluma man was convicted by a federal jury in San Francisco today of a gang-related triple murder on a South San Francisco street in 2010.

    Victor Flores, 22, was also found guilty of racketeering conspiracy and the attempted murder of three U.S. Homeland Security Department agents who conducted a predawn raid on his family's house in ... » Read More

  • Naval Weapons Station To...


    Self-driving cars will soon be zooming around Concord's Naval Weapons Station under an agreement with Mercedes-Benz to use the station's vehicle testing facility, Contra Costa Transportation Authority officials announced today.

    The car company will start using the site later this month to test out its "autonomous driving vehicles" and new... » Read More

  • Assemblywoman Skinner Says...


    A new law that has been signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will help address the backlog of rape kits that are sitting untested on police evidence shelves throughout the state, Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, said today.

    Speaking at a news conference outside the state building in downtown Oakland, Skinner said Assembly Bill 1517, which she... » Read More

  • Suspect Tries To Access...


    A South San Francisco resident nearly became the victim of an email scammer who tried to gain access to his bank account Tuesday, police said.

    The victim received an email claiming to be from "South African Attorney Peter Lawrence" that said the victim had inherited $7.5 million from someone named Allen Cooper in South Africa, South San... » Read More

  • City's Minimum Wage Increased...


    Minimum wage in the city of Berkeley was raised to $10 per hour today, the first in a gradual rise to more than $12 an hour in two years, city officials said.

    The hikes were approved in a unanimous vote by the City Council in June and will keep Berkeley ahead of raises in the statewide minimum wage.

    The city's wage will rise to $11 on... » Read More

  • Armed Man Robs Gas Station...


    San Rafael police said an armed man stole cash and lottery tickets from a gas station early Tuesday morning.

    The clerk of the Shell station at 950 Del Presidio Blvd. said he was outside of the station near the gas pumps when he saw a male inside the store around 3:35 a.m. Tuesday, police Lt. Dan Fink said.

    When the clerk went into... » Read More

  • Gas Leak Prompts Street...

    Police this morning closed a street in Redwood City because of a gas leak that started when a contractor hit a gas main, a PG&E spokesman said.

    A private contractor who was clearing tree roots in preparation for sewer line work at 97 Arch St. struck a four-inch plastic gas main with a power saw at 10:07 a.m., according to PG&E spokesman Jason King.

    A PG&E crew... » Read More

  • Police Nab Suspected Gang...


    A 24-year-old suspected gang member has been arrested in connection with a shooting into an occupied car in Richmond last year that narrowly missed the victims but caused them to crash, police said today.

    Dorian Mathis, an alleged member of Central Richmond's "Deep C" gang, was arrested Monday evening after a police officer spotted him with three... » Read More

  • One Injured In Apartment...


    One resident was injured early Tuesday in a fire touched off by a lit candle that rendered two units of a Santa Cruz apartment building uninhabitable, according to a city fire official.

    Santa Cruz firefighters were dispatched at 5:01 a.m. Tuesday to a structure fire at 416 Maple St. at Chestnut Street near Santa Cruz High School, Battalion Chief... » Read More

  • Man Arrested For Slashing...


    Police arrested a man after he allegedly used a broken glass bottle to slash the throat of a 25-year-old woman in San Francisco's Potrero Hill neighborhood last week, a police sergeant said today.

    At about 6:30 a.m. Friday, police responded to the first block of Dakota Street near 23rd Street and found medics treating a woman with a neck ... » Read More

  • Giants Holding Rally, Viewing...


    While the San Francisco Giants are playing in Pittsburgh this evening, fans can still watch the game at AT&T Park.

    The Giants are hosting a viewing party at the ballpark following a rally as the Giants take on the Pittsburgh Pirates in the National League Wild Card game.

    The winner of the one-game playoff will then head to... » Read More

  • Police Investigate Recent...


    Police are investigating a spike in burglaries occurring in the south end of Palo Alto, including one that happened last week.

    Fifteen residential burglaries were reported in September, with the most recent reported incident occurring on Sept. 24 in the 3000 block of Cowper Street between 11:45 a.m. and 2 p.m., police said.

    The... » Read More

  • Man Steals Woman's Cellphone...


    Healdsburg police said a woman was robbed at gunpoint of her cellphone and wallet in a parking lot Tuesday evening.

    Police received a call around 7 p.m. about the robbery 30 minutes earlier in the Swenson parking lot at 350 Healdsburg Ave., police Officer John Haviland said.

    The woman said she was walking to her car after work when... » Read More

  • Update: Firefighters Released...

    Alameda County firefighters have left the scene of a building where there was reported smoke and a possible fire in San Leandro this morning, a fire department spokeswoman said.

    The possible fire was reported in the 14000 block of Wicks Boulevard, fire officials said at about 7:45 a.m.

    Firefighters responded but did not find any additional smoke and were... » Read More

  • Greenfield Man Sentenced For...

    By Bay City News Service

    A Greenfield man has received a sentence of 15 years to life in prison for second-degree murder in the fatal stabbing of another man in 2012, the Monterey County District Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.

    Joaquin Garcia Soto, 24, was found guilty by a jury on June 27. Along with the 15-year term, he was sentenced by Monterey County... » Read More

  • Alameda County Firefighters...

    Alameda County firefighters are at the scene of a blaze in San Leandro this morning, fire officials said.

    Firefighters were at the fire in the 14000 block of Wicks Boulevard as of about 7:45 a.m., fire officials said.

    No other information about the fire was immediately available.

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  • Four-Vehicle Accident...

    A four-vehicle accident is blocking a left-hand lane on southbound state Highway 242 in Concord this morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.

    The accident was first reported at 6:21 a.m. near Willow Pass, CHP officials said.

    Fire officials were reported to be en route to the collision at 6:25 a.m., according to the CHP.

    No estimate for... » Read More

  • Police Investigating Fatal...

    Oakland police are investigating a fatal shooting this morning.

    The homicide was reported around 1:18 a.m. in the 1100 block of Clay Street, police said.

    The victim was transported to a hospital where he succumbed to his injuries, according to police.

    No suspects have been arrested in this case.

    This incident marks Oakland's 54th... » Read More

  • Wednesday Morning News Roundup

    Firefighters battled a grass and brush fire that burned on both sides of Petaluma River near U.S. Highway 101 in Petaluma on Tuesday afternoon, a battalion chief said.

    Firefighters responded to reports of a vegetation fire on a field between Cinnabar Road and Highway 101 around 4:30 p.m., Petaluma fire Battalion Chief Russ Rasmussen said.

    Arriving fire crews... » Read More

  • Weather Forecast For The San...

    Sunny skies are likely in the Bay Area this morning. Highs are expected to be in the 70s to the lower 80s with northerly winds of up to 20 mph.

    Clear skies are likely in the Bay Area this evening. Lows are expected to be in the upper 50s, with southeasterly winds of up to 15 mph.

    Sunny skies are likely Thursday morning, with sunny skies expected later in the... » Read More

  • Suspect At Large After...


    Santa Cruz Sheriff's deputies are searching for a man suspected of helping an intoxicated person into their home before thoroughly burglarizing the residence on September 21.

    The victim told deputies that he was intoxicated while walking to his home in the 2000 block of East Cliff Drive around 6:40 p.m., according to Santa Cruz Sgt. Kelly Kent... » Read More

  • Man Arrested For Sending...


    Santa Rosa police have arrested a man for sending lewd photos and vulgar texts to a 15-year-old girl last month, a police sergeant said.

    Police learned in late August that a man, later identified as Edel Cruz, sent the girl an unsolicited message on Facebook, Sgt. Terry Anderson said.

    The girl didn't know Cruz but she replied and... » Read More

  • Public Schools Get $2.8...


    San Francisco public schools have received a $2.8 million federal grant to help students suffering from trauma because they have been exposed to violence.

    The U.S. Department of Education will provide the San Francisco Unified School District with $570,000 a year for five years as part of its Project Prevent grant. SFUSD will use the funds to... » Read More

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  • Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo Inaugural Gala

    Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo...

    Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo (RTR4C) - a nonprofit organization devoted to transforming chemotherapy rooms into a renewal of health, hope and life has announced its Inaugural Gala to be held Saturday, November 1, 2014 at the Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason Street, San Francisco, California. All proceeds will go towards supporting the mission of RTR4C. » Read More

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  • Results Realty Group, East Bay and Danville Realtor Announce Strategic Partnership to Increase Luxury Home Listings in Bay Area, CA

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    Danville, CA -- Results Realty Group, East Bay, a premium full service Real Estate service for the discerning client, and Claire Sheperdson, a Real Estate professional who has a keen understanding of the unique needs of affluent buyers and sellers, announced a long-term strategic partnership to... » Read More

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  • Results Realty Group, East Bay and Danville Realtor Announce Strategic Partnership to Increase Luxury Home Listings in Bay Area, CA

    Results Realty Group, East...

    Danville, CA -- Results Realty Group, East Bay, a premium full service Real Estate service for the discerning client, and Claire Sheperdson, a Real Estate professional who has a keen understanding of the unique needs of affluent buyers and sellers, announced a long-term strategic partnership to... » Read More

  • Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo Inaugural Gala

    Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo...

    Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo (RTR4C) - a nonprofit organization devoted to transforming chemotherapy rooms into a renewal of health, hope and life has announced its Inaugural Gala to be held Saturday, November 1, 2014 at the Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason Street, San Francisco, California. All proceeds will go towards supporting the mission of RTR4C. » Read More

  • Danville’s Notable Residents

    Many interesting, important, and influential people have lived in Danville. From a famous American playwright, to an astronaut, numerous athletes, and even heroes, these folks were either born here or drawn to Danville’s beauty and small town atmosphere. Larry Allen – A former American football guard who played in the NFL for fourteen seasons. He played for the Dallas... » Read More

  • Blackhawk Auto Museum

    For some cars are just a way to get from Point A to Point B, but at the Blackhawk Museum in Danville, they are “rolling sculptures”.  The combination of beautiful classic car displays and educational enrichment make the museum the must-see destination for any automobile enthusiast, or anyone with a love of art, technology, culture and history. In addition to the... » Read More

  • The Iron Horse Regional Trail

    What once carried massive locomotives transporting people and produce, the Iron Horse Regional Trail is now the most popular way to bike, walk, run and rollerblade in and around downtown, or on to other East Bay destinations. Danville townspeople use the 20-foot wide, paved trail daily as a way to exercise, walk their dogs, relax, and visit downtown shops and cafes. On weekends... » Read More

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Real estate in Danville, California, comes at a premium. This town is home to about 43,000 people and the town is a very desirable place to...
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Shoppers delight in Danville! Danville, CA is a popular place for great shopping and an excellent destination for tourists. There...
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Welcome to Danville, California! This charming little town is located just east of San Francisco, Berkeley, and Oakland. It’s not...
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    Danville Hotel Redevelopment...

    The decaying Danville Hotel Wild West buildings are facing the wrecking ball sometime in October 2013, to be replaced with 35,000 square feet of new retail, office, and residential spaces, according to city officials. Two important downtown historical buildings—the hotel itself and the adjoining McCauley House on Hartz Avenue—will be renovated as part of the plan. The rest... » Read More

  • Danville's Historic Site...

    Danville, CA has a rich history stretching back to the pioneer and Gold Rush days of California’s infancy. Thanks to an ongoing civic pride in their community and the dedication of many history-minded residents, Danville now boasts an impressive and educational Historic Walking Tour in the downtown area that commemorates its past and the characters and institutions that have helped... » Read More

  • Eugene O’Neill National...

    Nestled in the western hills above Danville is one of its more unique and distinguished landmarks, the Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site. The great American playwright Eugene O’Neill, winner of four Pulitzer Prizes and the Nobel Prize, and his wife, Carlotta, lived in their beloved Tao House on that site from 1937 to 1944. The O’Neill’s built the home on 158... » Read More

  • The Museum of San Ramon Valley

    The keeper of all things historical in Danville is the Museum of the San Ramon Valley, located in the restored Southern Pacific Railroad depot at the corner of Railroad and Prospect avenues in downtown Danville. Residents devoted to preserving the area’s history incorporated the museum as a nonprofit organization in 1985.  The group lovingly restored the depot in the... » Read More

  • The Village Theatre

    Historically the center of Danville life since 1873, the building that houses The Village Theatre at 233 Front St. continues to serve as the heart of the community through performing arts, visual arts, and special events. The structure has gone through numerous iterations, starting as a one-story farmers’ hall, transforming into a two-story community center, and serving as a movie... » Read More

  • Love Dogs?

    Then Danville is for you and your pup—the town has a reputation for being super dog friendly. From businesses that cater to pooches and their human companions, to the popular Canine Corral dog park, to an entire evening devoted to dogs called Doggie Night, Danville is perfect for our four-legged friends. Dogs and their owners are a common sight throughout the downtown area... » Read More

  • Danville's Famous Old Oak Tree

    Standing gracefully in the middle of Diablo Road is the town’s most iconic and beloved landmark, the Danville Old Oak Tree. The town’s official symbol is 65-feet tall and estimated to be 350-years-old. Probably the most cherished event all year is the Lighting of the Old Oak Tree, held every November the Friday evening after Thanksgiving by the Town of Danville and the... » Read More

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Blackhawk Museum is a true must-see sight

The Blackhawk Museum located in Danville, CA is a true must-see sight when you are in the East Bay area located just outside of San Francisco and Oakland.The museum spans 70,000 square feet and features automobiles from many different eras. The aim of the museum is to showcase the art, culture, history and technology behind these amazing vehicles.The Blackhawk Museum considers these to be...

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Mt. Diablo State Park is a true treasure in California

Mt. Diablo State Park is a true treasure in California, and its located just outside of Danville, CA.Truly this is a wondrous place boasting the peak of Mt. Diablo that is 3,849 feet high. There...

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Weekly Farmers Market

One of the most popular regular events in Danville, CA is the weekly Farmers Market. This amazing event takes place near Railroad and Prospect streets in Danville.It takes place on Saturdays...

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Welcome To Danville

Danville, CA is Community Focused
Set just outside of San Francisco in the East Bay area, Danville, CA is a charming community with many great things to do. As part of the San Ramon Valley, Danville is a community-oriented place with excellent schools and many good things for families to do. Danville, CA is also a great place to enjoy the outdoors. It's a community made for walking and riding your bike. It even features a trail that goes through the center of town called the Iron Horse Regional Trail. Parents and their children will love the many parks and playgrounds here. The homes of Danville are extremely enviable with a continually desirable area just outside both San Francisco and Oakland. Nearby public transportation on the BART makes getting into the Bay Area accessible. Children are a big priority in the community of Danville, CA. There are many events and things to do that cater to the likes of active children in Danville, California.

Excellent Schools & Great Family Activities in Danville
Children are a big priority in the community of Danville, CA. There are many events and things to do that cater to the likes of active children in Danville, California. The schools of Danville part of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District ' are some of the most highly rated in the state of California. In terms of private schooling, there are a number of very good private and parochial schools located in Danville and nearby areas that will also appeal to the desires of parents.

Enjoy the Outdoors in Danville, CA
You'll find wonderful things to do in the great outdoors in and around Danville, CA. If you like to bike, hike, walk, jog, camp or just enjoy the wonders of the outdoors, this area is a perfect spot for you and your family. Danville is located near Mt. Diablo State Park. This wonderful California State Park is perfect for everything from day hikes to overnight camping. Mt. Diablo is about 3,900 feet high and majestically graces the San Ramon Valley. It's also great for horseback riding. You'll see wonderful fields of wildflowers here and enjoy unique rock formations. There are many other great ways to enjoy the outdoors in Danville with its varied parks in the city.

Downtown Danville Packed With Fun
Maybe you're more of a city person or maybe you like both the outdoors and the delights of being in town. Downtown Danville has many great things to do - including shopping, award-winning restaurants and great streetscapes perfect for strolling. Downtown Danville is home to the weekly farmer's market, which is incredibly popular and for good reason. You'll find great local products here from fruit to cheese to bread. There's always something new and fun to check out. Danville's downtown area is also where you can catch Hot Summer Nights, which is a car event showcasing classic vehicles during the warmer months. It's just one of the many good annual events you will find in Danville to enjoy with your whole family.

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Opponents of Statewide Plastic-Bag Ban Vow RepealSource: Danville Patch | Oct 1st, 2014 9:40AM
California was first "ban" state when Gov. Brown signed a bill yesterday. Now signatures being gathered for ballot initiative to overturn.
Governor Signs 'Audrie's Law' Toughening Juvenile Sex Crime StatuesSource: Danville Patch | Oct 1st, 2014 9:27AM
The law was named after 15-year-old sexual assault victim Audrie Pott.
San Ramon Valley Education Foundation Hosts Annual Run for EducationSource: Danville Patch | Sep 30th, 2014 7:45PM
The run will be on Oct. 12.
Livermore Between the Vines: An October day trip to the wine countrySource: Danville Contra Costa Times | Sep 30th, 2014 3:55PM
Between the Vines is a biweekly column on wine and wine making in the Livermore Valley region. This column was contributed by the Livermore Valley...
Tri-Valley letters: Chicken hawks profit on wars; others just get hurtSource: Danville Contra Costa Times | Sep 30th, 2014 3:52PM
Chicken hawks profit on wars; others just hurtWe are told we must reinvigorate the Middle East wars. When a plea, demand or justification for war...
Tri-Valley Around the Horn: Kyle Kearns, Foothill fly by San Ramon ValleySource: Danville Contra Costa Times | Sep 30th, 2014 3:39PM
Five California players score touchdowns in lopsided win over Livermore
Tri-Valley What's Happening: Dougherty Valley Golf Tournament registrationSource: Danville Contra Costa Times | Sep 30th, 2014 3:39PM
To submit an item to the What's Happening calendar, email to request a form. Put "What's Happening" in the subject...
Danville to Host Free Marketing SeminarSource: Danville Patch | Sep 30th, 2014 2:59PM
Area businesses invited to Oct. 7 event
At the Buzzer: Akshay Arora has Dublin city tennis program on right footSource: Danville Contra Costa Times | Sep 30th, 2014 2:55PM
Former Amador Valley tennis player emphasizes fun, fitness, footwork
California Becomes First State to Ban Plastic BagsSource: Danville Patch | Sep 30th, 2014 2:28PM
The law will start to take effect in July 2015.
Sprouts & Shudders: Spirit Halloween Stores Open in Tri-ValleySource: Danville Patch | Sep 30th, 2014 11:47AM
'Be afraid... be very afraid...' The Halloween store has opened its creaking doors once more. Read on... if you dare.
Tri-Valley TV to Broadcast High School Football GamesSource: Danville Patch | Sep 29th, 2014 5:58PM
Games from Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin, Danville and San Ramon will be aired.
Brown Signs Bill to Fight Human TraffickingSource: Danville Patch | Sep 29th, 2014 4:11PM
Brown also signed six other bills that he said are aimed at better protecting victims of human trafficking.
Where to Find Freebies, Discounts in the East Bay for National Coffee Day TodaySource: Danville Patch | Sep 29th, 2014 1:29PM
Monday, Sept. 29 is National Coffee Day, with national chains and local cafes offering deals to celebrate.
New Sales and Use Tax Rates Take Effect in Some East Bay Cities This WeekSource: Danville Patch | Sep 29th, 2014 9:24AM
Beginning on Oct. 1, Hayward and San Pablo will see rate increases while Alameda County will stay at nine percent through 2034.
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