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Livermore is located in central California in Alameda County. It is part of the San Francisco Bay Area. The city was founded by William Mendenhall in 1835. It is named after Robert Livermore, Mendenhall's friend and a local rancher who settled nearby in the 1830s. Livermore is situated in the Livermore Valley, one of the oldest wine regions in California, and plays a essential role in the shaping of the wine industry of California. The first vineyards were planted by the Spanish missionaries in the late 1700s. After the 1840s settlers in the region continued planting grapes.

Population: 73345
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Examiner
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Las Positas College

Zip Codes associated with livermore, california: 94550
Towns/Cities near livermore, california : Pleasanton Asco Trevarno

Livermore News
Orinda officials criticize EBMUD over late notice of new project

With a road detour that caused major traffic headaches last year still fresh in their minds, Orinda city officials are sharply criticizing an EBMUD project set to begin early next week to haul about 200,000 cubic yards of excavated soil on roads and past Wagner Ranch Elementary School through October. The East Bay Municipal Utility District plans to move the accumulated soil from its Briones Reservoir site at the rate of 17 large trucks per hour - 130 trucks each day - in each direction from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on weekdays.

Topcon introduces cost-efficient addition to GM total station series

LIVERMORE, Calif., U.S./ CAPELLE A/D IJSSEL, the Netherlands - April 19, 2018 - Topcon Positioning Group announces an addition to its GM line of manual total stations designed to provide fast and accurate measurements in a cost-efficient package - the GM-50 . "In a compact and sleek design, the GM-50 offers high-end performance and exceptional functionality for jobs such as site layout or as-built survey," said Ray Kerwin, director of global surveying products.

Davis Arts Center: Busy spring at Davis Arts Center

Art has the power to inspire and transform. For just about six decades, Davis Arts Center has been providing arts experiences for our community.

Valley Children's Museum

The portable museum has been educating students with interactive exhibits since 2006, now the museum's Board of Directors is looking to retire the trailer in exchange for a landlocked home. After nearly 20 years of moving from location to location, the Valley Children's Museum is looking to leave its nomadic ways behind and establish a permanent, non-mobile home in Dublin.

News digest: Earth Day in Pleasanton, Vote on lookalikes and 'Art & Wine Intertwined'

The city of Pleasanton is commemorating Earth Day on Sunday with a daylong celebration at the Civic Center complex at 200 Old Bernal Ave. The event, aimed at promoting green living, will begin with a creek and park cleanup at various locations across the city, open to anyone 7 years old or older. Register at www.pleasantonfun.com .

Officials to Break Ground on New Sunol Grade Express Lane

Officials on Thursday are slated to break ground on a new express lane along one of the most congested corridors in the Bay Area: northbound Interstate 680 over the Sunol Grade. Bob Redell reports.

Lightbulbs used to be made to last 100 years

The Centennial Lightbulb in Livermore, Calif., has stayed lit for 116 years, proving that modern lightbulbs burn out much faster than they need to. The Humboldt Broncos bus crash is a terrible chapter in a decades-long story about a town, the people who live there, and the team they call their own.

East Bay Cities Consider Banning Companies That Help ICE Track Down...

Several local East Bay lawmakers are proposing ordinances that would prevent companies that gather data about immigrants and racial, ethnic, and religious groups for the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency from also doing business with their cities. The purpose, say advocates from 18 civil rights organizations that drafted the measure , is to cut off support for the Trump administration's campaign of ramping up deportations, and to undermine possible future efforts to round up people based purely on their perceived ethnicity, race, or religion.

earns high marks in statewide contest

The Pleasanton Weekly earned two awards and four more recognitions for its coverage during 2017 when the California News Publishers Association handed out its annual California Journalism Awards last Saturday in Sonoma. CNPA judges awarded the Weekly second place for the "Your Muslim Neighbor" cover story and third place for ongoing coverage of the Verona Reach creek erosion, plus named the paper among the top-five finalists statewide in four other categories -- including for the first time ever, General Excellence.

It's an al fresco restaurant (right, no indoor seating) with a self-serve model

A plate of chicken apricot bake is served at the Salt Craft restaurant in Pleasanton, Calif., on Thursday, April 12, 2018. Chef-owner Matt Greco, former executive chef of Wente Winery restaurant, is embarking on his first solo venture.

Curtain Calls: Catch 'Spontaneous Noir' at Walnut Creek's Lesher Center

Synergy Theater is presenting the world premiere April 19-22 of "Spontaneous Noir: An Improvised Piece of Pulp" at Walnut Creek's Lesher Center for the Arts. Inspired by audience suggestions, the piece is a loving tribute to the classic Hollywood genre.

Around Livermore: Late longtime community pillar gave home to Hope Hospice

She flew from her home in Wisconsin to Fankhauser's Livermore home. Digging through the file cabinets, she learned a lot about her late aunt and uncle who spent their life in Livermore.

Free heart screening for students up to age 25 in Livermore

The event, which will be held April 22 at Livermore High School, is open to all students in the Livermore Valley and surrounding areas and is in partnership with Via Heart Project. An estimated 1 in 500 school-age children suffer from undiagnosed heart defects, which can lead to sudden cardiac arrest and sometimes death, according to the organization.

Attacks in UK and Syria highlight growing need for chemical-forensics expertise

As investigations continue into the attempted assassination of a former Russian double agent and his daughter in Britain, findings released this week have renewed focus on the class of nerve agents allegedly used. And experts say that the UK event and a suspected chemical-weapons attack last week in Syria provide fresh impetus for international efforts to beef up forensic capabilities.

News Digest: California Listens at library, Road repairs, Searching for family

The Pleasanton Public Library has been chosen to host "California Listens: A Digital Storytelling Workshop," a statewide project that allows residents to share their stories about life in the Golden State. The traveling workshop will stop at the library May 3 and 4 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Participants will receive help creating a two- to four-minute short, digital film using personal and family images, videos or archival material.

Around Pleasanton: After 30 years, Livermore council will have '21st century' chamber

John Shirley, 93, former Livermore mayor and city's first veterinarian, joins current Mayor John Marchand at groundbreaking ceremony for new City Council meeting hall. Construction has started on a new $6 million Livermore City Council meeting hall next to the city's civic center and library at Pacific and South Livermore avenues.

$90M Cool Port Under Construction in Oakland

Crews began sitework in May 2017 on Cool Port, where containers of meat will be moved from train cars to cold storage then transferred to nearby ships. California's Port of Oakland is the site of a $90 million, 25-acre cold storage and distribution facility project that is expected to bolster beef and pork sales to Asia.

Inmate who committed suicide at Santa Rita Jail was suspect in Livermore carjacking

An inmate who committed suicide at Santa Rita Jail on Sunday afternoon had been arrested less than a week earlier on suspicion of carjacking a woman at gunpoint in downtown Livermore. Logan Masterson, 37, of Stockton, hung himself in his single inmate cell in the maximum security section of the jail, Alameda County Sheriff's Office spokesman Sgt.

Inmate who committed suicide at East Bay jail was carjacking suspect

An inmate who committed suicide at Santa Rita Jail on Sunday had been arrested less than a week earlier on suspicion of carjacking a woman at gunpoint in downtown Livermore. Logan Masterson, 37, of Stockton, hung himself in his single-inmate cell in the maximum-security section of the jail, Alameda County Sheriff's Office spokesman Sgt.

Roddy Ranch golf course sale sets stage for regional park's completion

The final piece of the puzzle to complete the planned 3,200-acre Deer Valley Regional Park and habitat preserve has fallen into place with the purchase of the former Roddy Ranch Golf Course. The acquisition, approved earlier this month by the East Bay Regional Park District, is considered key to the conservation of critical and endangered species, as well as to finishing the regional park.

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