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Alameda County easing mask requirements in some settings

Alameda County easing mask requirements in some settings

With declining COVID-19 hospitalizations and cases, fully vaccinated people are able to go without coverings in certain situations.
City seeks input to shape the future of arts and culture in Livermore

City seeks input to shape the future of arts and culture in Livermore

Community members can fill out surveys, participate in community engagement pop-ups, and identify cultural art opportunities and specific locations on an interactive community map
Local trade association seeks to hire virtual craft instructors

Local trade association seeks to hire virtual craft instructors

Livermore-based ABC Northern California (ABC NorCal) is actively hiring virtual craft instructors for full-time and part-time roles to earn income from their home.
LVJUSD's YouthBuild program offers 'second chance' to disadvantaged youth

LVJUSD's YouthBuild program offers 'second chance' to disadvantaged youth

YouthBuild is designed for youth, ages 16 to 24 who have faced some kind of setback, socio-economic challenge or disadvantage that created an obstacle for them to complete their education.
Sixth annual 'Mony Nop Turkey Drop' aims to help local families in need

Sixth annual 'Mony Nop Turkey Drop' aims to help local families in need

The annual Mony Nop Turkey Drop was formed to make sure every family has a turkey for Thanksgiving
Making a local call? You now need to use the area code

Making a local call? You now need to use the area code

Effective on Sunday (Oct. 24), all phone calls in the Tri-Valley -- even local ones -- now require the three-digit area code, the FCC announced. 
SPARC Theater celebrates the art of science with series of play readings

SPARC Theater celebrates the art of science with series of play readings

The plays were chosen by a committee made up of  SPARC patrons, local scientists and science enthusiasts and all share the theme of science and discovery, while also telling profound human stories.
Livermore wineries team up with animal rescues for 'Wine & Wags' adoption event

Livermore wineries team up with animal rescues for 'Wine & Wags' adoption event

The event is set to return on Oct. 30 for its third year after being canceled last year due to COVID-19.
Las Positas College to host fourth annual '2.2 for 22 Challenge'

Las Positas College to host fourth annual '2.2 for 22 Challenge'

The '2.2 for 22 Challenge' is one of the LPC Veterans First Program's signature events, which aims to raise awareness about the average 22 veteran suicides per day in the U.S.
Rotarian Foundation of Livermore offers grant opportunity for local nonprofits

Rotarian Foundation of Livermore offers grant opportunity for local nonprofits

Applications will be accepted through Dec. 8