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What a Week: Reflecting on 9/11

What a Week: Reflecting on 9/11

Editorial: The Embarcadero Media East Bay team shares recollections of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks ahead of the 21st anniversary
Bringing hope to victims and survivors of abuse

Bringing hope to victims and survivors of abuse

Fleetwood Mask to perform at Oct. 29 fundraiser at Wente Vineyards
New Chick-fil-A location coming soon to Hacienda Business Park

New Chick-fil-A location coming soon to Hacienda Business Park

No drive-thru proposed when fast-food chain takes over old Sweet Tomatoes spot
Dublin High to host free heart screening event, promoting cardiac health among youth

Dublin High to host free heart screening event, promoting cardiac health among youth

Free to all aged 12-25 later this month
Pleasanton: City leaders, student advocates present update on effectiveness of city's tobacco retail ordinance

Pleasanton: City leaders, student advocates present update on effectiveness of city's tobacco retail ordinance

Discuss overall decrease in teen usage, highlight level of police enforcement with stores
Kaiser nurses picket across state for better health safety, short staffing

Kaiser nurses picket across state for better health safety, short staffing

Hospital officials say they hear 'fatigue and frustration' of nurses as 'health care continues to face high demand'
Most Californians now eligible for updated COVID booster vaccines targeting omicron

Most Californians now eligible for updated COVID booster vaccines targeting omicron

Alameda County pauses boosters until new omicron-targeting doses arrive
Meet Camembert

Meet Camembert

Pet of the Week: Camembert is a caring cat mama who is curious and cunning
News Digest: County offers ADU construction support | Get the latest on Branaugh property in Dublin | Family Days at museum

News Digest: County offers ADU construction support | Get the latest on Branaugh property in Dublin | Family Days at museum

Also: City of Pleasanton has affordable home for sale | Rodeo town hall canceled | Fair board openings | Haubert to speak at chamber event
BART's San Jose extension on track to begin heavy construction in 2024

BART's San Jose extension on track to begin heavy construction in 2024

Project will connect 'our communities together in a way that we would have never believed possible'