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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
Commemorating 60 years

Zone 7 Water Agency has produced a free 18-month calendar to commemorate their 60th anniversary while also promoting water awareness. The agency collaborated with children living within their service area to make the calendar, inviting fourth-graders to create posters illustrating the importance of water conservation, flood protection, and watershed management.

Perfect summer weather coming to the Bay Area this weekend

Mother Nature is cranking up the heat in the Bay Area again, but this time she's being much kinder. As a ridge of high pressure moves into Northern California, temperatures will begin to rise Thursday and peak over the weekend.

Cyber safety boot camp

Richard Bammer -- The Reporter A screen shot of a slide, titled "Safety Online: The Basics," used by instructor Tom Curl, a teacher at Livermore High, during the first day of the first-ever Cybersecurity Summer Camp at Solano Community College in Fairfield. Third-party programs that may lead to "back door" intrusions.

Cyber safety boot camp at Solano Community College

A screen shot of a slide, titled "Safety Online: The Basics," used by instructor Tom Curl, a teacher at Livermore High, during the first day of the first-ever Cybersecurity Summer Camp at Solano Community College in Fairfield. Third-party programs that may lead to "back door" intrusions.

Century-old historic winery building can now be demolished in Livermore

A 106-year-old historic winery building was given the green light by Livermore City Council to eventually be demolished and make way for potential new housing and retail space. The two-story building on a 1.39-acre site downtown on the corner of Church and Third streets is the last-standing building connected to the Wagoner Winery.

Livermore: Fire destroys old barn, damages vegetation

A fire in Livermore Thursday afternoon destroyed an old barn and damaged 5 acres of vegetation, including some vineyards, but there weren't any injuries, a fire spokesman said.

Historic train depot to be moved in the dead of night in Livermore

The 125-year-old historic train depot will be moved in the middle of the night in Livermore later this month, the city announced Thursday. The City Council approved the move in January that will transport the historic building from its current location on South L street to the downtown Bus/ACE Transit Center at 2500 Railroad Ave. to restore it to its original function: Selling train tickets.

Sunflower Hill named Nonprofit of the Year

Assemblywoman Catharine Baker joins Sunflower Hill representatives and local elected officials at a reception last week at Sunflower Hill Gardens in Livermore after the organization was chosen as Baker's Nonprofit of the Year. Tri-Valley nonprofit Sunflower Hill has been recognized at the state level for its efforts to provide vocational, educational and residential opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities in the region.

VA Palo Alto Health Care System gets a new director

Thomas "Tony" Fitzgerald, recently appointed as the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System's new director, has worked with the department for nearly 30 years. Photo courtesy VA Palo Alto Health Care System.

Byron writer Sharon Marsh publishes her memoirs

Sharon Marsh has written a second book, the story of her life. The Byron resident calls "Saturday's Child Lives in Contra Costa County" a cautionary tale as she describes the choices she made along her life path, but the story is equally one of coming through a survivor.

Opera in the Vineyard again this month

Mezzo soprano Nikola Printz will be one of the special opera stars performing at Opera in the Vineyard on July 16 as fans enjoy wine and a picnic dinner. Opera fans have one more chance to enjoy Opera in the Vineyard this summer, a relaxed evening of music and wine to benefit Livermore Valley Opera's 25th anniversary season.

Hike: History and views atop Angel Island

An Angel Island hike to the top of Mount Caroline Livermore showcases views of the bay. Somehow just getting on a boat, even for a 12-minute "voyage" to Angel Island, feels like I'm off to have an adventure.

Editorial: Sex scandal cover-up shows Oakland police can't be trusted

It's been 14 years - 14 years! - since federal Judge Thelton Henderson imposed court oversight of the department under a settlement agreement after allegations of misconduct, including racial bias, excessive force, planting of evidence and falsifying reports. As Henderson noted in a 2015 court order, the goal "has always been to protect the public against police misconduct."

Two California families claim "13 Reasons Why" triggered teens' suicides

Bella Herndon was a 15-year-old who loved to read and write and was earning straight As as a sophomore in high school. Priscilla Chiu was also a high school sophomore described as "precocious" and "determined."

Bay Area Weekend top 10: Picks for June 29-July 2

Shakespeare festivals, a classic music fest celebrating the Summer of Love, and a tribute to the late great singer Chris Cornell are all part of my list of cool stuff you can do in the Bay Area June 29-July 2 . 1 Shakespeare fests: Forsooth! The outdoor Shakespeare season is upon us in earnest.

Fourth of July fireworks in the Tri-Valley

Whether it's a vibrant fireworks spectacular or an intimate fireworks lighting at a local park, the Tri-Valley provides plenty of opportunities for residents to gather for fireworks and celebration this Fourth of July. Individual fireworks remain banned in Pleasanton, Livermore, San Ramon and Danville to reduce the risk of accidental fires, injuries or even fatalities resulting from independently set off fireworks.

Families blame '13 Reasons Why' for teen daughters' suicides

Two California families are putting the blame on the hit Netflix show "13 Reasons Why" for the recent suicides of their teenage daughters, according to a report. The young girls, Bella Herndon and Priscilla Chui - both 15 - took their lives just days after the watching the controversial show that tells the story of a teenage schoolgirl who commits suicide and leaves behind a box of pre-recorded cassette tapes explaining why to the people who have hurt her, Fox affiliate KTVU-TV reported.

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