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LPD's 'Shop with a Cop' program surpasses donation goal

LPD's 'Shop with a Cop' program surpasses donation goal

Livermore officers are set to take participating students on a shopping spree this Saturday.
Public comment sought on lifting of I-580 large truck ban

Public comment sought on lifting of I-580 large truck ban

The rule has affected Alameda County west of the Tri-Valley since the 1960s. At 6:30 p.m. Dec. 16 the public can weigh in on the issue during a community town hall.
'Eye of Diablo' to be re-illuminated for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

'Eye of Diablo' to be re-illuminated for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Beacon on Mount Diablo to shine on 80th anniversary of attacks
Tri-Valley ranks high among Bay Area communities for pavement quality

Tri-Valley ranks high among Bay Area communities for pavement quality

Livermore maintained a score of 79 -- the same as the city's 2019 score.
Wingen Bakery owners' 'Way Day' event honoring late daughter returns tomorrow

Wingen Bakery owners' 'Way Day' event honoring late daughter returns tomorrow

Special items featuring Waylynn's signature red beanie will be on sale to benefit the Taylor Family Foundation
Key funding to help advance Open Heart Kitchen's new facility project

Key funding to help advance Open Heart Kitchen's new facility project

Nonprofit also shifting free grocery pickup site in Pleasanton
Livermore High engineering students design low-cost air purifiers

Livermore High engineering students design low-cost air purifiers

Students presented their results to a panel of engineers, scientists and other industry professionals
EBAL Cross Country teams dominate

EBAL Cross Country teams dominate

Local Cross Country teams are a force to be reckoned with
Free Range Flower Winery blooms in Livermore

Free Range Flower Winery blooms in Livermore

Winemaker Aaliyah Nitoto has found a new home to produce her unique flower wines in Livermore Valley wine country, with the help of Phil Long of Longevity Wines.
Guns, public trust, death penalty among topics in Alameda County DA candidate forum

Guns, public trust, death penalty among topics in Alameda County DA candidate forum

Three candidates vying to become Alameda County's next district attorney joined community group Livermore Indivisible in a virtual forum last month to discuss issues facing the criminal justice system.