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A suburb of Oakland, Danville is located in the San Ramon Valley. It is one of the wealthiest suburbs in the bay area and is home to the Aviva Energy Corporation. Every Saturday the city has a farmer's market next door to the San Ramon Valley Museum. The city is named for Daniel Inman who purchased the area in 1854. The Village Theater hosts Broadway shows locally for residents. Today Danville is known as the home of characters Phineas and Ferb from the Disney cartoon of the same name.

Population: 41715
Local Newspapers: The San Ramon Valley Sentinel The San Ramon Valley Times
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
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Zip Codes associated with danville, california: 94506 94507 94526
Towns/Cities near danville, california : Alamo Oaks Diablo Alamo San Ramon

Danville News
Around Alamo: Residents see recent quakes as reminder of where they live

If you've recently felt a tremor or two or multiple ones in fact, you're not alone! From Alamo to Danville and Mount Diablo, folks have been awakened and stopped in their tracks with a jolting reminder, that yes, we live in earthquake country! This recent series of relatively small tremors is a reminder that Mother Nature has her own agenda and we'd better be on alert. It isn't just humans that are skittish when quakes hit.

Big Berkeley housing project could get a fast-track OK

Developers who have been trying, and failing, for five years to get approval to build hundreds of housing units on a parking lot here went over city officials' heads on Thursday - making them the first to make use of a controversial new state law aimed at fast-track municipal approvals of residential developments. Developer West Berkeley Investors has filed an application for streamlined approval of a 260-unit project at 1900 Fourth St. in Berkeley, of which half will be reserved for low-income families.

$10,000 Reward For Information About Death Of Danville Woman

A Contra Costa County family is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect or suspects in a woman's killing, county sheriff's officials said. The reward is being offered for information in the killing of Danville resident Emily Courchesne, who was found dead Oct. 6, 2017.

Family of Danville murder victim offering $10,000 reward

The family of a Danville woman found murdered inside a Byron home last year is now offering a reward for information. The Contra Costa Sheriff's Office announced early Wednesday that Emily Courchesne's family is offering $10,000 for any information leading to an arrest and conviction of her killer.

Reward offered after Danville woman killed while house sitting

Emily Courchesne, 37, of Danville, was shot and killed in early October while she was house sitting at a farm in unincorporated Contra Costa County, authorities said. Emily Courchesne, 37, of Danville, was shot and killed in early October while she was house sitting at a farm in unincorporated Contra Costa County, authorities said.

Deputies found Emily Courchesne, 37, after responding to the residence around 10 a.m. on Oct. 6.

The family of a Danville woman found murdered inside a Byron home last year is now offering a reward for information. The Contra Costa Sheriff's Office announced early Wednesday that Emily Courchesne's family is offering $10,000 for any information leading to an arrest and conviction of her killer.

Diablo Foods store celebrates 50 years in Lafayette

Presiding over a table at which three generations of the family gather, 95-year-old Ed Stokes maintains the upbeat energy that has led to Diablo Foods' five-decade history. His wife, Betty Stokes, exudes equal glow, softened by a habit of pushing away attention as if it is coleslaw gone bad in the Lafayette-based independent grocery store's much-loved deli.

Around Danville: Arnerich has built lasting legacy

The Danville Area Chamber of Commerce's State of the Town & Community Awards will be held March 15 at Crow Canyon Country Club. Tickets are $40 per person .

More images released of woman suspected in Danville credit card thefts

An image of a woman sought by police on suspicion of stealing and using credit cards earlier this month is now circulating on social media. Police released two surveillance images of the woman, whom police say stole the credit cards between Feb. 11 and 13. Police have not said how much she reportedly ran up in charges.

Danville hosting special meeting of Tri-Valley councils

The Danville Town Council is set to host the city councils of Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton for a special meeting Wednesday night. Danville Mayor Newell Arnerich will summarize the recent Tri-Valley mayors' advocacy trip to Washington D.C. , and then the councils will receive a presentation on the California Parks Bond approved last year and a legislative update from the League of California Cities.

Tri-Valley set for teen job fair

The free event open to all Tri-Valley teen job seekers, with lunch included, is set to run from 1-4 p.m. March 3 at the senior center at 5353 Sunol Blvd. It is a partnership between the cities of Pleasanton, San Ramon and Dublin, the town of Danville and the Dublin/San Ramon Women's Club. The job fair gives local youth 14 to 19 years old the chance to meet with more than 20 employers, pick up job applications and apply for some positions on the spot.

Pull up a chair before you read the bad news about standing desks.

We all know that sitting at a desk for too long can lead to long-term health problems, which has led to many workers switching to standing desks to lose weight, reduce back pain and generally stay more alert. Sitting is the new smoking, right? Unfortunately, a study recently published in the journal Ergonomics suggests that standing at a desk for a long period of time can create "discomfort and deteriorating mental reactiveness," as the Washington Post reports .

Swarm of earthquakes rattles San Francisco Bay Area

Several magnitude 2 and 3 earthquakes rumbled through the San Francisco Bay Area on Friday. It's the latest seismic activity to add to a swarm of 60 earthquakes greater than magnitude 1 to hit the Danville area in the past week.

A series of small earthquakes shook the area around Danville, including one with a 3.3 magnitude.

Close-up view of refugees as they flee along Grove Street from the so-called 'Ham & Eggs' fire, San Francisco, California, April 18, 1906. This fire started in a house on the south side of Hayes Street when, around 9am, a woman attempted to make breakfast on her stove, the chimney for which had been damaged in the massive earthquake.

13 earthquakes rattle the East Bay over the last 24 hours

Thirteen small earthquakes shook the area around Danville in the last 24 hours, including one temblor with a 3.3 magnitude in Diablo. The quake swarm mostly consisted of shakers too small to feel, but a 3.3 magnitude earthquake struck at 5:28 a.m. about one mile northwest of Danville, according to the United States Geological Survey.

Trump Proposes Cutting Millions From Earthquake Early Warning System Development

Scientists are getting close to providing us with a warning just before an earthquake hits, but their efforts are running out of money and they are not getting any help from the White House. The Earthquake Early Warning system is already making a huge difference.

First look: Locanda Positano brings classic Italian to Lafayette

One of the tables is set up for patrons at Locanda Positano in Lafayette, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018. Salsiccia e friarelli pizza is one of the menu items served at Locanda Positano in Lafayette, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018.

Two small earthquakes strike near Danville

Two minor earthquakes rattled the Danville area early Monday, one of them centered near a high school, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The first quake happened around 4:49 a.m. and measured 2.9, according to the USGS.

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