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2021 Tri-Valley Turkey Burn sets record

2021 Tri-Valley Turkey Burn sets record

A record 2,136 residents took part in this year's Tri-Valley Turkey Burn, a fun run/walk event at Ken Mercer Sports Park on Thanksgiving morning benefiting the Rotary Club of Pleasanton North and its community programs.
State water board to vote on mandatory statewide water restrictions

State water board to vote on mandatory statewide water restrictions

California water regulators have proposed new emergency drought regulations that would prohibit a wide range of wasteful water behaviors for the entire state.
Gas prices stabilize in Bay Area, inch up statewide

Gas prices stabilize in Bay Area, inch up statewide

While prices at the pump stabilized nationwide and in the Bay Area in the past week, statewide the figures continued to inch upward.
California braces for omicron COVID variant

California braces for omicron COVID variant

The omicron variant has not yet entered the U.S., but California is already bracing for a surge in COVID cases.
Alameda County supervisors opt in to law to keep food waste, compostables out of landfills

Alameda County supervisors opt in to law to keep food waste, compostables out of landfills

StopWaste ordinance aims to keep materials out of landfills to curb climate change, reduce amount of organics going into dump by 75% by 2025
Fialho's farewell: Pleasanton city manager stepping down after 17 years

Fialho's farewell: Pleasanton city manager stepping down after 17 years

Outgoing city manager on Pleasanton's evolution during tenure, the decision to step down and what's next for him
Valley Views: Moi? In a fight? Let's learn from race in history, not get upset by it

Valley Views: Moi? In a fight? Let's learn from race in history, not get upset by it

OPINION: I actually felt my blood boil at what I considered a gross misinterpretation of 'critical race theory.'
Pleasanton, Dublin switch to renewable power plan under East Bay Community Energy

Pleasanton, Dublin switch to renewable power plan under East Bay Community Energy

Residential and commercial customers will begin transitioning services in January
Bay Area to receive $4.5B over five years in federal infrastructure package

Bay Area to receive $4.5B over five years in federal infrastructure package

Funds expected to support bridge and road repairs, aging water systems, public transit
Another COVID holiday: Is California in a better place this year?

Another COVID holiday: Is California in a better place this year?

The answer is no in many parts of California: Eighteen counties, mostly rural ones, have more hospitalized COVID-19 patients today than a year ago. But urban counties are faring better.