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A suburb of Oakland, Danville is located in the San Ramon Valley. It is one of the wealthiest suburbs in the bay area and is home to the Aviva Energy Corporation. Every Saturday the city has a farmer's market next door to the San Ramon Valley Museum. The city is named for Daniel Inman who purchased the area in 1854. The Village Theater hosts Broadway shows locally for residents. Today Danville is known as the home of characters Phineas and Ferb from the Disney cartoon of the same name.

Population: 41715
Local Newspapers: The San Ramon Valley Sentinel The San Ramon Valley Times
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
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Zip Codes associated with danville, california: 94506 94507 94526
Towns/Cities near danville, california : Alamo Oaks Diablo Alamo San Ramon

Danville News
Abandonment of Fictitious Business Name

The following person has/have abandoned the use of the fictitious business name . The information given below is as it appeared on the fictitious business statement that was filed at the County Clerk-Recorder's Office.

Dunkin' Donuts opens Feb. 1 in South San Francisco

Aidan Thorner, of Danville, chowed down on a sprinkles-topped doughnut when the Walnut Creek Dunkin' Donuts opened last June. If you fly out of SFO or commute on the Highway 101 corridor, here's some sweet news for you: It's the Bay Area's fourth Dunkin' - the first opened last June in Walnut Creek, followed by a Half Moon Bay location and an American Canyon one.

DeSaulnier to skip Trump presidential inauguration

Second-term Congressman Mark DeSaulnier , whose district includes Danville and Alamo, has announced that he will not attend the presidential inauguration of Republican Donald Trump next Friday in Washington, D.C. "Inaugurations are a time for our Presidents to ignite hope, demonstrate humility and espouse faithfulness to the principles enumerated in the Constitution. The President-elect has yet to demonstrate these traits, and it is with a heavy heart and deep personal conviction that I have decided not to attend the Inauguration," DeSaulnier said in a statement today.

Danville, San Ramon consider options for buying electricity

Residents will have a chance to weigh in next week on a plan that could change how they get their electricity. Danville and San Ramon, along with Contra Costa County and other East Bay municipalities, are studying whether to join an existing electricity cooperative or perhaps form their own.

Tri-Valley mayors go to Washington

Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne goes to Washington D.C. on Sunday to attend the U.S. Conference of Mayors' 85th Winter Meeting and also to meet the four other Tri-Valley mayors for their annual joint visit to federal legislators and agencies. This will be Thorne's fourth trip with the mayors' delegation to seek federal funds for projects beneficial to the five cities.

Professionals and students are launching bimonthly series at Village Theatre

Steeped in West African heritage, carried from the United States to countries worldwide in the early 1900s and reinvigorated by cross-cultural influences and social change, contemporary jazz constantly widens its embrace as it harbors the improvisation, highly rehearsed skill and free expression at its core. "I had a vision of wanting to bring people together," says Eve Marie Shahoian, curator of The Jazz Room.

Man Who Died After Crashing Into Vacant Pleasant Hill Home Identified

A man who died in Pleasant Hill after his vehicle crashed into an unoccupied home this morning has been identified by the Contra Costa County Coroner's office as 77-year-old Wallace Ryburn of Danville.

New school start times, safety course for high schoolers on Vacaville Unified agenda

Principal Ed Santopadre's twice-yearly report about Vacaville High, new school start times and necessary transportation changes, a new high school course about public service and safety, and a large Measure A contract are on the agenda when Vacaville Unified trustees meet tonight in Vacaville. The longtime leader at the West Monte Vista Avenue campus, Santopadre, in a slide presentation, will review and update the seven-member governing board on myriad aspects of the school, from the mission and Advance Placement test results to standardized test results and graduation/dropout rates to school climate and multimillion-dollar Measure A projects.

Bay Area storm: Respite from rain, but not from chaos

Contra Costa County Public Works Department worker Jason Quinones works at the scene of a road collapse where Pinole Creek passes under Alhambra Valley Road near the intersection of Castro Ranch Road outside of Pinole, Calif., on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017. The rain subsided Wednesday but the effects of an extraordinarily sodden start to 2017 continued to play out: Floods and road closures plagued various parts of the Bay Area and precipitation gauges in the Sierra Nevada produced astonishing numbers.

Danville: Community energy program topic of Jan. 26 workshop

Tri-Valley residents, businesses and community groups are invited to a Jan. 26 public workshop to examine a plan for Contra Costa County, San Ramon, Danville and 12 other cities to jointly buy energy through a Community Choice Energy program. The workshop is set to run from 6 to 8 p.m. at the San Ramon Valley Veterans Memorial Building, 115 E. Prospect Ave., Danville.

Storms causes rock slides, mudslides, flooding and topples trees in parks.

Mt. Diablo State Park is temporarily closed due to storm damage. This summit building photo was taken in July 2012.

Driver dies after crashing into vacant building off I-680

A 77-year-old Danville man died Tuesday after he rammed into two drivers on the freeway and collided into an empty home, officials said. A 77-year-old Danville man died Tuesday after he rammed into two drivers on the freeway and collided into an empty home, officials said.

Tri-Valley A&E: January's offerings won't leave you dry

It's not just because the celestial spigot has opened and rain has returned to weather parlance and the forecast, but artistically, in four entertaining events that in unique ways celebrate that which is moist. First up is the Tri-Valley Craft Beer Trail that "spreads cheer with beer" now through Jan. 31. The East Bay wine region shows dedication to supporting the special-needs community at Sunflower Hill with 20 participating beer stops at establishments in Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin and Danville.

Ildiko Scott's book pays tribute to her adopted country.

Examined closely, a person's life reveals a gamut of preposterous, profound, predictable and providential moments. But few experiences exhibit the dramatic range of the real-life story of Ildiko Scott.

Black ice on local roads as Bay Area temps hit freezing

Temperatures plummeted into the 20s around the Bay Area overnight as a cold front originating in the Northwest engulfed Northern California. The East Bay was especially chilly with Lafayette and Danville hitting a low of 25 degrees.

2 suspected in package theft found with meth, police say

When police stopped and searched a Toyota Tundra suspected to be involved in a string of package thefts in Danville, they found not only stolen gifts, but also methamphetamine, police said Thursday. A Vallejo man and woman, James Garrett , 51 and Jamie Douglas , 36, were arrested and later charged with identity theft, conspiracy, possession of stolen property, petty theft, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.

Police Search For Woman Who Stole Credit Card in Danville

A suspect in a credit card theft at a store in Danville last week is captured on surveillance video. A woman brazenly stole a credit card from a Danville shopowner's elderly mother and proceeded to go on a shopping spree last week, according to Danville police, who released surveillance video of the theft.

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