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Tri-Valley Haven to open new, larger food pantry in Livermore

Tri-Valley Haven to open new, larger food pantry in Livermore

Tri-Valley Haven is set to open a new food pantry in Livermore next month. A matching campaign fundraising effort is underway to support the effort.
Livermorium Plaza on track for completion this spring

Livermorium Plaza on track for completion this spring

On Jan. 7, city officials posted an update on Facebook about the project, confirming that "we’re still on target to complete Livermorium Plaza by Livermorium Day on May 30, 2022."
Livermore council to host second public hearing on redistricting

Livermore council to host second public hearing on redistricting

Livermore City Council is set to host its second public hearing to receive an update on the city's redistricting efforts and receive public input on the composition of City Council voting districts and communities of interest before maps are drafted.
COVID surge's impact on Tri-Valley schools

COVID surge's impact on Tri-Valley schools

Districts pivot as guidelines are updated, protocols change
Alameda County DA warns against at-home COVID test price gouging

Alameda County DA warns against at-home COVID test price gouging

Move follows Gov. Gavin Newsom's Executive Order prohibiting price gouging
Alameda County Sheriff candidates talk jail deaths, government mandates in forum

Alameda County Sheriff candidates talk jail deaths, government mandates in forum

Three contenders competing to become Alameda County's next sheriff faced off in a virtual forum earlier this month hosted by community group Livermore Indivisible.
'No Sunday games' rule out: Mad dash to get basketball games played by Feb. 12

'No Sunday games' rule out: Mad dash to get basketball games played by Feb. 12

As of Jan. 15, each team in the EBAL should have played four of their 13 scheduled league games. Due to COVID protocol, that was nowhere close to happening as teams are struggling to get games played.
Livermore Cultural Arts Council undergoing structural transformation

Livermore Cultural Arts Council undergoing structural transformation

The Livermore Cultural Arts Council was first created in 1966. Today, 55 years on, it is undergoing a structural metamorphosis.
Zone 7 submits mandatory plan for groundwater management

Zone 7 submits mandatory plan for groundwater management

The plan outlines actions for maintaining and improving the 69,557-acre Livermore Valley Groundwater Basin, which provides about 30% of the agency's water supply.
Chorale holding auditions

Chorale holding auditions

Valley Concert Chorale is looking for new members for its chorus. Singers must have experience and be able to sight read, as well as enjoy singing exciting and challenging music.