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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
Emotional hearing as Livermore woman sentenced to 15 years to life for double-fatal DUI crash

Emotional hearing as Livermore woman sentenced to 15 years to life for double-fatal DUI crash

A Livermore woman with a history of impaired driving was sentenced Tuesday for a violent DUI crash that killed two passengers along Stanley Boulevard on Thanksgiving eve 2017.
Livermore council selects General Plan Advisory Committee members

Livermore council selects General Plan Advisory Committee members

Livermore City Council selected 19 members for its new General Plan Advisory Committee, following its final round of interviews earlier this month.
2.8 magnitude quake hits Livermore

2.8 magnitude quake hits Livermore

The quake hit at 7:55 p.m. and was centered 10 miles south southeast of Livermore.
Welcome to the Livermore Vine!

Welcome to the Livermore Vine!

As the Livermore Vine officially launches as a 24/7 online news source and gathering place for one of the Tri-Valley’s oldest and largest cities, we want to invite your full participation in our mission to engage and inform all corners of the community.
Las Positas College to require COVID-19 vaccine for in-person classes this spring

Las Positas College to require COVID-19 vaccine for in-person classes this spring

New mandate includes provisions for medical, religious exemptions
Longtime Livermore Valley Opera volunteers retire from roles

Longtime Livermore Valley Opera volunteers retire from roles

Jim and Bonnie Schmidt to stay involved in less demanding positions
City of Livermore launches redistricting process

City of Livermore launches redistricting process

The City of Livermore is beginning a once-in-a-decade redistricting process. The City launched the process Monday by hosting the first of four public hearings.
A Tri-Valley favorite: Train of Lights tickets on sale

A Tri-Valley favorite: Train of Lights tickets on sale

Niles Canyon Railway has opened ticket sales for its 2021 Train of Lights, a holiday delight for many who enjoy the evening 13-mile round trip between Sunol and Niles with refreshments, music and holiday lights aboard the antique coaches.