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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
Roadshow: This freeway 'fix' made the commute even worse

Q The truck passing lane on Interstate 580 over Altamont has had zero impact on traffic. Traffic is lighter through Livermore, but delays are longer heading over the hill.

Curtain Calls by Sally Hogarty: Shellies go to 24 best in local theater

The elegant guests had departed, the last chocolate eaten, and the lights turned off as the 38th annual Shellie Awards ended. When all was said and done, 24 recipients had been awarded the coveted Shellie statue for excellence in the performing arts.

Livermore: Storm damage keeps Del Valle Park closed

Storm-damaged Del Valle Regional Park will remain closed at least through Sunday and possibly longer if new storms flood the park again. East Bay Regional Park officials said Tuesday they are cancelling reservations at the Del Valle campgrounds through Jan. 30, and may extend that date because of the cleanup and repairs needed at the campgrounds.

Bay Area forecast: Series of storms on the way

Keep those umbrellas handy. More storms are headed to the Bay Area this week, though they aren't expected to cause the widespread flooding and road closures we saw earlier this month.

Pounding by Mother Nature promises spectacular spring

The water level almost reaches the roof of a restroom building at Del Valle Regional Park in Livermore, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017. The park is closed due to flooding.

Livermore: FAFSA workshop to help students get college money

Tri-Valley students can get coached on how to sign up for college financial aid through he Free Application for Federal Student Aid process at workshop to held at Granada High in Livermore on Wednesday, Jan. 25. Pictured here, Anastasia Tupou, 17, Evelin Martinez, 18, and Anjelica Gandy, 16, fill out applications for Bethune-Cookman University during a similar FAFSA event to help students signup for college financial aid at Fremont High School in Oakland, Calif., on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016. LIVERMORE - Tri-Valley high school seniors and current college students can get coached on how to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, also known as FAFSA, during a free workshop offered this month.

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.

Erie Mills plans to bring Livermore Valley Opera to greater prominence.

If you live in the Tri-Valley and its environs and aren't aware the area has a fully professional opera company, don't worry, you're not alone. But expect awareness to change, because the Livermore Valley Opera's newly appointed artistic director, Erie Mills, plans to amplify and make known the organization's presence.

South Gate Road into park reopens, while North Gate Road into park remains closed.

The Mt. Diablo summit is accessible again after the South Gate entrance road and summit road reopened Thursday in Mt.

Proposal to Expand Oil Wastewater Pumping in Livermore

Environmentalists rally before a hearing of the state Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources on whether to allow an oil company to pump more drilling wastewater into an aquifer east of Livermore. Photo by Patrick Sullivan, Center for Biological Diversity.

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.

Livermore oil driller seeks larger underground disposal area

Amid greater scrutiny of oilfield contamination threats to California's groundwater, state officials will hold a hearing Wednesday on a proposal to expand the aquifer area where a Livermore driller is permitted to dispose of oily wastewater. Some environmentalists will speak out against the proposal by E&B Natural Resources for federal permission to expand the aquifer exemption area where it is permitted to put wastewater from oil extraction.

POC Medical Systemsa Raises $21 Million in Series A Funding to...

POC Medical Systems Inc. announced today that it raised $ 21 million in Series A funding for clinical beta testing and initial commercialization of a rapid, portable breast cancer screening test, MammoAlert based on its CDx Microfluidics-based platform. This investment round was led by BioVentures Investors and joined by Sirius America Insurance Company, IFG Healthcare and MIA Investment Limited.

2 men arrested for shooting in Livermore, third remains at large

Two suspects have been arrested but a third remains at large in connection with a shooting during an apparent drug transaction in Livermore last Tuesday night that left a victim in critical condition, police said. Officers who responded to reports of a shooting at 7:39 p.m. Tuesday found 28-year-old James Jewell of Concord suffering from a single gunshot wound in the area of Highland Avenue and Valley View Way.

A letter writer want the next Oakland school chief to be local

The Oakland School Board has an opportunity, in the wake of Superintendent Antwan Wilson's imminent departure, to select the kind of school leader we haven't had for a while: one with a deeply rooted Oakland perspective, who understands that education is not a commodity but rather a public good that must be democratically controlled. Wilson is just the latest in a string of superintendents from outside Oakland who have stopped here briefly before moving on to the next phase of their careers.

Sharpen Up at the Farmers' MRKT

The Farmers' Market in Livermore continues to have sharpening services provided by local sharpener, Absolutely Sharp-- . While shopping for the freshest produce and food, market visitors can also have their prized cutlery, scissors, and garden tools sharpened to a keen edge.

How We Met: Cosmetologist found love of her life in Livermore

"Real love is that you always want to do more for the other person," mused Dorothy Tarte , 84. "That's how he was." Dorothy is talking about her late husband, Robert Tarte, known to all as Bob.

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