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Pleasanton is located in central California in Alameda County. The city is considered to be a major suburb of the San Francisco Bay Area and is only 25 miles east of Oakland, another major suburb of San Francisco. It was incorporated in 1894. Twice now, in 2005 and 2007, Pleasanton was ranked as the wealthiest middle-sized city in the United States. Safeway Inc, the grocery store line, and Polycom, the voice communications and telepresence manufacturer, are headquartered in Pleasanton.

Population: 63654
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
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Zip Codes associated with pleasanton, california: 94566 94588
Towns/Cities near pleasanton, california : Radum Asco Dublin Scotts Corner Verona

Pleasanton News
Court upholds firing of Pleasanton principal after sexual harassment claims

An Alameda County Superior Court judge upheld the school district's decision to fire an elementary school principal in 2014 after he sexually harassed female employees and created a hostile work environment. Judge Wynne Carvill this week denied the petition by Jon Vranesh, former principal at Walnut Grove Elementary School, who had appealed his termination to the state Office of Administrative Hearings in 2015.

Fire causes extensive damage to Pleasanton house

A residential structure fire in Pleasanton Friday morning caused extensive damage and displaced a family who was renting out the property near Foothill High School, according to the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department. No one was home at the time, and no firefighters or other people were injured, LPFD battalion chief Mike Miller said.

Arrest in Flash Mob-Style Robbery at Coliseum BART Station

Bay Area Rapid Transit officials said a suspect tied to a flash mob-style robbery over the weekend has been arrested. The suspect is a minor and officials are not releasing an identity.

BART 'Fleet Of The Future' Train Breaks Down During Test Causing Major Morning Delays

It's another bad PR week for BART, and it's just gotten a bit worse after they were testing a four-car train of those new Fleet of the Future cars and it broke down at Lake Merritt Station, leading to systemwide delays just as the morning rush hour hit. The disabled train, which had no passengers on board, was blocking one of the tracks for a couple of hours starting at 5 a.m. today, and it needed to be pushed to a pocket track at Bay Fair Station before things could be cleared.

Robinson Elementary student gains praise for anti-bullying app, ZEBRA

Robinson Elementary School student Zoe Kurdakul received first place in the 2016 Mercer County Science and Engineering Fair, as well as the Earl S. Rommel Communications Award, for ZEBRA, an anti-bullying app.

Editorial: Cheers for new Valley Trails housing, park plans

Evangelical Free Church of Pleasanton would be torn down and its 9-acre site developed with 36 new single family homes in the Valley Trails community if City Council approves. Members of the Pleasanton Planning Commission spent the first few minutes of their meeting earlier this month voicing approval of a multimillion-dollar 36-home development planned in the Valley Trails community, before then carrying on for the next four hours over plans by the developer to also build a public restroom in the neighboring Valley Trails Community Park free-of-charge.

Tri-Valley Health Fair set for Saturday

The city of Pleasanton, Axis Community Health and the Pleasanton Unified School District are joining forces to host this year's Tri-Valley Health Fair on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Firehouse Arts Center, 4444 Railroad Ave. in downtown Pleasanton. The free event will include resource tables, dental and vision screenings, physical examinations, cultural entertainment, and other health and human service related resources -- part of a multi-agency effort to bring an array of resources to one place to help people who might not otherwise have access to the information or health care.

No Arrests Yet As BART Catches Flack For Not Publicizing 'Flash Mob' Robbery

Should BART have been faster to alert the public about the mob of 40+ teens who bum-rushed fare gates, stormed the platform, and roughed up and robbed a bunch of people at Coliseum Station on Saturday night? That's what the Chronicle is essentially saying , though according to BART spokesperson Alicia Trost, if the media had been looking, details of the incident were included in a daily police log sent out by email Sunday morning. BART could have sent out a wider alert, or discussed on Twitter the reason that the Dublin-bound train was held at the station for 15 minutes Saturday night, but they did not, and some are now suggesting that the incident was significant enough that it warranted a louder response from the rail service.

Curtain Calls by Sally Hogarty: Environmental film, music festival at Town Hall

Lafayette's Town Hall Theatre has an interesting weekend planned. At 7:30 p.m. April 28, the film "A Plastic Ocean" will be shown to benefit Town Hall's effort to eliminate the use of plastic bottles at its theater.

Symphony concert to feature Pleasanton clarinetist Michelle Ho

Clarinetist Michelle Ho, a senior at Amador Valley High, will be a featured performer in a concert Saturday night by the Young People's Symphony Orchestra. Pleasanton clarinetist Michelle Ho will be featured in the Spring Concert by the Young People's Symphony Orchestra on Saturday evening in Walnut Creek.

Commission to debate 39-home proposal near Callippe Preserve

Layout concept for proposed 39-house subdivision on the Spotorno property near Callippe Preserve Golf Course. The Pleasanton Planning Commission is scheduled to hold a workshop Wednesday night on a proposed 39-house development in the southwestern part of the city near Callippe Preserve Golf Course.

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'The Promise' is a Promise Well Kept

"The Promise" is a Promise Well Kept Armenian News Network / Groong April 24, 2017 The Critical Corner By Bedros Afeyan PLEASANTON, CALIFORNIA "The Promise" is a poignant saga of unimaginable emotional and historical majesty. It is the retelling of the finest instincts of man facing a grave chapter of man's inhumanity to man.

Around Pleasanton: Teen Poet Laureates reflect near school year's end

"Poetry has helped me during some of the most challenging times in my life and seems more like a friend than an outlet," said Kyler Juarez, a senior at Amador Valley High School and one of this year's Teen Poet Laureates. "I write whenever I am scared, upset, anxious or numb.

US contracting company has license revoked

The contracting company responsible for building the apartment block in Berkeley, California where six young people died almost two years ago in a balcony collapse has lost its license. Segue Construction was the general contractor on the Library Gardens apartment complex and had been accused of "wilfully disregarding" building plans and "wilfulling departing from trade standards" in the construction of the development.

Contractor in deadly Berkeley balcony collapse has state license

A crew works on the remaining wood of an apartment building balcony that collapsed, top, and one that was removed, below, in Berkeley, Calif., Thursday, June 18, 2015. A balcony broke loose from an apartment building during a 21st birthday party, killing several and seriously injuring several others.

Alameda County board votes to keep Eden Health District intact

An Alameda County board charged with drawing district boundaries and reviewing the Eden Health District's operations has chosen to keep the special district intact despite calls by some state, city and county leaders to dissolve it. The seven-member Local Agency Formation Commission voted 3-2 at a special April 11 meeting to accept the results of a 143-page report by Berkson Associates, of San Anselmo.

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