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Livermore council moves downtown hotel project forward

Livermore council moves downtown hotel project forward

The Livermore City Council unanimously approved an amended and restated disposition, development and loan agreement with Davis-based hoteliers Presidio Companies to develop the downtown wine country hotel.
One Nation Dream Makers brings healthy food to people in need

One Nation Dream Makers brings healthy food to people in need

Livermore resident’s hunger and homelessness turns into passion to help others
Former KTVU reporter Azenith Smith joins Livermore PD

Former KTVU reporter Azenith Smith joins Livermore PD

Smith will oversee the department's social media and handle press inquiries
Livermore council to consider new plans for downtown hotel

Livermore council to consider new plans for downtown hotel

The council is set to discuss an updated agreement with Presidio Companies that sets terms of sale for the hotel site, new parking facility plans and timeline for completion
Garden club featuring royal gardens

Garden club featuring royal gardens

Livermore-Amador Valley Garden Club members and guests will learn about some famous English flower shows and gardens at their Jan. 13 meeting on Zoom.
Local artist blends history and activism in paintings

Local artist blends history and activism in paintings

Livermore artist Carolyn Lord draws inspiration from local architecture and vernacular landscape to bring to life her watercolor works, which often feature city landmarks of the past and present.
Tri-Valley students will be provided no-cost at-home COVID tests

Tri-Valley students will be provided no-cost at-home COVID tests

All four Tri-Valley school districts received COVID-19 antigen home test kits to provide students returning to school after the holiday break.
Don't be surprised if Granada's in the championship mix

Don't be surprised if Granada's in the championship mix

Talent, coaching, attitude will take Granada boy's, girls' basketball teams far
LVJUSD wins Golden Bell Award for African American Scholars Program

LVJUSD wins Golden Bell Award for African American Scholars Program

The initiative was recognized as "an outstanding program in Equity and Access."
Former mayor, WWII veteran Dr. John Shirley dies at age 97

Former mayor, WWII veteran Dr. John Shirley dies at age 97

Former Livermore Mayor, World War II veteran and veterinarian Dr. John Shirley died Dec. 22 at the age of 97. He was born Dec. 8, 1924, in Santa Ana, California.