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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
Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre Presents Rock of Ages at the Firehouse Arts Center

The show will run from April 28 through May 13, 2018: Fridays, 5/4 & 5/11 at 8pm; Saturday matinee 5/12 at 2pm; Saturdays, 4/28, 5/5, & 5/12 at 8pm; and Sunday matinees 4/29, 5/6, & 5/13 at 2pm. All performances will take place at Firehouse Arts Center, located at 4444 Railroad Avenue located in Pleasanton, CA.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Ritz Camera shop saved from being shuttered

Gone are the "Going out of Business" banners that wrapped around the Ritz Camera & Image Store several months ago. The "Closing" sign? Kaput.

School board to discuss student enrollment projections

The demographic report takes into account data collected from fall 2014 through fall 2017 to create a seven-year projection for student enrollment in the district. The data, staff say, can help Pleasanton Unified with future facilities projects, boundary adjustments and staffing requirements.

Local candidate list for June primary rounding into shape

Last Friday marked the initial deadline for candidates hoping to win election to various positions on the June 5 primary ballot for Pleasanton. Races such as U.S. Congressional District 15, State Assembly District 16 and Alameda County District Attorney are set, while the contests for Zone 7 Water Agency Board of Directors, Alameda County Assessor and Alameda County Auditor-Controller/Clerk-Recorder had their candidacy deadline extended after incumbents chose not to seek re-election.

Around Pleasanton: Mr. Amador program fundraising for kids' care center

For the past seven years, Amador Valley High School has used its spirited Mr. Amador pageant to make a difference for children with terminal and chronic illnesses. Last year they raised $62,000 for the George Marks Children's House through fundraising efforts based around the show.

Pleasanton watercolorist set for art demonstration

Pleasanton artist Charlotte Severin will share her joy and expertise with yupo paper at Monday's meeting of Pleasanton Art League/Livermore Art Association. The gathering is free and open to the public.

Harringtons hosting first Public Art Walk of season

Nancy and Gary Harrington are again hosting their Public Art Walk series, with this year's event kicking off this Saturday with an informative walk along downtown. The four-part series offers residents and visitors the chance to learn more about public art in central Pleasanton, with artwork and artist anecdotes shared while on a fun group walk, according to the Harringtons.

Castlewood murders: 10 years later

This week marks the 10th anniversary of a double homicide in Castlewood. Ernest "Skip" Scherer III was later convicted of murdering his parents.

School board discusses math pathways, non-PUSD courses

The Pleasanton school board waded into murky waters Monday night as trustees and staff talked over math pathways and policies surrounding non-district courses during a three-hour-long public workshop. Both topics were in the early phases of conversation, and the meeting was more of an update on some of the ongoing issues going on as well as an opportunity for staff to solicit board feedback.

A time of transition for restaurants in downtown Pleasanton

Two well-established eateries closed their doors last month: Handles on Main Gastropub after a nearly seven-year run at the Pleasanton Hotel site, and downtown staple Dean's Cafe on orders from Alameda County health officials. On the flip side, a handful of new venues are on pace to open up in the weeks and months ahead, including Relish CafA© at the former CafA© Main site, Zachary's Chicago Pizza next to Bank of America and SideTrack Bar and Grill on West Angela Street.

Faizon Love returns to Tommy T's in Pleasanton

Faizon Love's distinctive voice was first heard by the masses in the animated movie "Bebe's Kids" in 1992, filling in for comedian Robin Harris, who died during production. Since then, Love has always made the most of his usually limited screen time, memorable as Big Worm in the film "Friday," playing Will Ferrell's toy store boss in "Elf," and with memorable roles in "The Replacements" and "Couples Retreat."

Pleasanton council to hear update on BART to Livermore

Pleasanton City Council members are set to receive an update Tuesday on the BART to Livermore project and consider whether to offer their support to a traditional BART rail extension down the Interstate 580 corridor rather than the other alternatives on the table. One of the most significant traffic relief projects proposed for the Tri-Valley, expanding BART beyond the eastern Dublin-Pleasanton station has been under consideration for years.

Local students recognized for winning DAR essay contest

The Jose Maria Amador Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently honored students across the Tri-Valley who stood out in the group's annual student essay contest. The Pleasanton chapter hosts the DAR Good Citizen Program for high school seniors selected by their school for dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.

Tri-Valley Pet of the Week: Larry

Larry is a large, sleek 6-year-old male domestic shorthair mix. He looks and acts like an athlete but will cozy up in a warm lap too! Adopt Larry at the Valley Humane Society, open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday at 3670 Nevada St. in Pleasanton.

Math pathways, non-PUSD courses to lead special board meeting

The Pleasanton school board is set to talk about student math pathways and non-district courses at a special meeting Monday evening. The session's two-fold goals, according to staff, are to continue discussing potential adjustments to student math pathways and to clarify board policies regarding classes taken outside the district.

East Bay Regional Park District Offers New After-Hours Commuter...

The East Bay Regional Park District is testing an after-hours permit program for bicyclists who wish to commute on the Regional Trails after normal open hours. "This pilot program is a way to provide access to the trails to people who commute in the evening hours and get an idea of how much demand there is for this type of program," said East Bay Regional Park District Board President Dennis Waespi.

The power of pen pals

So began a correspondence in the 1970s between two little girls on opposite coasts, launching a long distance friendship that spanned four decades until they finally met face to face last year. "It takes commitment and love to commit to one thing for a long period of time," said Nichelle Baviera, a Pleasanton resident.

iCustom, a Bay Area Custom T-Shirt Store, Expands to Six Bay Area Locations

SAN JOSE, Calif: The founders of iCustom, a Bay Area custom t-shirt store that features customized apparel, stickers, banners, mugs, hats and more, are pleased to announce that they have just expanded to five retail locations. To learn more about iCustom and how people can design their own shirt, as well as to check out their selection, please visit

Overturned box truck on I-680 in Pleasanton brings traffic alert

A box truck hydroplaned and overturned early Thursday, causing a crash that blocked two freeway lanes and brought a traffic alert, the California Highway Patrol said. The crash happened on northbound Interstate 680 near the Bernal Avenue exit and blocked the two far left lanes, according to the CHP.

Big winter storm causes severe traffic on Bay Area roadways

The early morning rain Thursday caused several traffic accidents throughout the Bay Area, resulting in a traffic gridlock during the early morning commute. The early morning rain Thursday caused several traffic accidents throughout the Bay Area, resulting in a traffic gridlock during the early morning commute.

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