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Stampede part of Livermore softball heritage

Stampede part of Livermore softball heritage

28th tournament starts Thursday, draws from all over NorCal
Appeals court reverses Livermore council's approval of Garaventa Hills project

Appeals court reverses Livermore council's approval of Garaventa Hills project

Court sides with 'Save the Hill' group, finds city failed to adequately study no-project option
Executive Director Tree out at LAVTA; resigning for job in Santa Cruz

Executive Director Tree out at LAVTA; resigning for job in Santa Cruz

Executive Director Michael Tree has announced his departure from the Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority effective April 22
City officials, volunteers plant new trees in Springtown for Amplify the Urban Forest

City officials, volunteers plant new trees in Springtown for Amplify the Urban Forest

Collaborative initiative in Livermore made possible by Cal Fire grant
Editorial: When term limits aren't really limits

Editorial: When term limits aren't really limits

Following the news that former Livermore mayor John Marchand is planning to run for the position again after previously serving four terms, we've learned Livermore is not alone in the Tri-Valley -- Pleasanton and Dublin "term limits" are in fact temporary as well.
Tri-Valley Haven's brand new food pantry welcomes families in need

Tri-Valley Haven's brand new food pantry welcomes families in need

Nonprofit offers grocery store-like experience at new, larger facility
Tri-Valley Conservancy taps Epstein as new executive director

Tri-Valley Conservancy taps Epstein as new executive director

Nonprofit fills role after three months without permanent leadership
Tri-Valley alliance creates new co-working space for nonprofits

Tri-Valley alliance creates new co-working space for nonprofits

CommonPoint Nonprofit Center opens in Livermore
Livermore Mayor Woerner won't seek re-election; Marchand running for post again

Livermore Mayor Woerner won't seek re-election; Marchand running for post again

City's term limit law would allow former mayor to serve after two-year break
Congressmen secure millions for Tri-Valley projects

Congressmen secure millions for Tri-Valley projects

List includes Iron Horse Trail work, Livermore Veterans Park, Axis Bridge