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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 Rep Announces Noises Off

The show will run from January 27 through February 11, 2018: Fridays, 2/2 & 2/9 at 8pm; Saturday matinees, 2/3 & 2/10 at 2pm; Saturdays, 1/27, 2/3, & 2/10 at 8pm; and Sunday matinees 1/28 & 2/11 at 2pm. All performances will take place at Firehouse Arts Center, located at 4444 Railroad Avenue located in Pleasanton, CA.

Pleasanton: Meeting Tuesday on potential county child care sales tax measure

Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley is hosting a public information session on Tuesday night at the Pleasanton Senior Center for residents to learn more about the county's initiative to improve child care and early education, as well as support for providers. The Board of Supervisors is looking at whether to place a local sales tax measure on the ballot next June to address problems with early education in the county.

Three-Alarm Fire Sparks at Livermore Warehouse

Fire officials said the blaze reached three alarms because responding fire crews had a hard time accessing the scene because the building entrance was blocked by mattresses. The warehouse is located at 6645 Las Positas Road.

Hybrid firm managing $900 million switches affiliation to Triad Advisors

Continuum Advisory, an independent hybrid firm managing approximately $900 million in total advisory and brokerage client assets, has ended its affiliation with Signator Investors and affiliated with Triad Advisors. Based in Pleasanton, Calif., Continuum Advisory was founded April 1, 2016 and has 16 advisers and offices in nine states.

East Baya s next Costco moves another step forward

Plans for a Costco store here moved a step forward this week when the City Council gave final approval to rezoning a 40-acre site to accommodate the store, two hotels and other businesses. Meanwhile, a group called Pleasanton Citizens for Responsible Growth continues to collect signatures in hopes of qualifying a Pleasanton referendum ballot measure aimed at rescinding the City Council's approval.

Editorial: Steinle verdict -- Let's channel our frustration

Amador Valley High grad Kate Steinle was killed in July 2015 after being shot while walking with family on Pier 14. The man charged with causing her death was found non guilty of murder and manslaughter by a San Francisco jury last week. "Justice was rendered, but it was not served."

Hanukkah fare: Stories behind foods intrinsic to the Jewish Festival of Lights

Tal Sendrovitz, owner of Tal's Patisserie in Danville, feels it's her cultural responsibility to sell jelly-filled fried doughnuts called sufganiyot, a treat found on every street corner in her native Israel during Hanukkah. Oil that burned in the Temple in Jerusalem, after the Jewish rebels known as the Maccabees reclaimed it from the Greeks in ancient times.

Caregiver for Adult with special needs

Part time caregiver needed in Pleasanton family home: Monday through Thursday, 3:30-6:30 for a 35 year old female with special needs-cerebal palsy/wheelchair. Fridays and week ends as needed but not required.

Wind Knocks Down Wires, Oak Tree on Wren Ave. in Concord

Wires and a tree are down on Wren Ave. near Wren Avenue elementary school in Concord due to the wind. The poll across the street from S&S Market on WillowPass and 6th is leaning pretty hard lately.

Rescue me: Sweet Bobby Jo, lively Percy, and mellow charmer Luna...

Bobby Jo is a 1-year-old spayed female white and orange tabby who is sweet and friendly. Her adoption number is A126239.

Around Pleasanton: Experts offer tips on coping with loss during holidays

Whether you or someone you know has lost a loved one, there is information available for navigating this potentially difficult time of year. "Holidays bring many emotions to the surface, and for someone who is grieving, memories can be both a blessing and a curse," said Ruth Lesher, Bereavement Services Manager for VITAS Healthcare, a hospice and palliative care organization that has been supporting Bay Area families, including those in Pleasanton, with grief counseling for 40 years.

Jan. 7 Inklings Concert

Thirteen-year-old saxophonist Sean Huang will be appearing with the Tri-Valley Jazz Trio on January 7, 2018, at 3 PM. This jazz concert is free thanks to the sponsorship of Inklings Coffee House, Zelda Kohn, and the Pleasanton Jazz Society.

Enrollment opens for PPD Citizens' Academy

The program aims to create closer partnerships with the community through education and exposure to law enforcement procedures. Topics that will be covered include community policing, evidence collection, use of force issues and crime prevention, among other subjects.

Second passenger in Stanley Boulevard crash dies

A second victim has been pronounced dead from her injuries in a crash near Livermore in unincorporated Alameda County last week, county coroner officials said Thursday. Livermore resident Alexis Garcia, 25, suffered major injuries when a blue Kia that was carrying five people crashed on westbound Stanley Boulevard just west of Isabel Avenue at about 11:45 p.m. on Nov. 22, the night before Thanksgiving, and died on Wednesday, coroner's officials said.

School board selects supe-search firm

The Palo Alto school board has selected one of four firms to help the district find a new superintendent at a special meeting on Nov. 28, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.

Holiday parades 2017: Your guide to 10 Bay Area events

More than 235 parade entries are scheduled to parade in Los Gatos' long-running event Dec. 2. The Bay Area's got lighted parades, music-filled parades, a boat parade and the granddaddy of local holiday parades, the 61st annual Los Gatos one. If you plan your schedule right, you can catch several of them between Nov. 30 and Dec. 9. Here's a roundup: WALNUT CREEK: 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30, Holiday Parade of Lights at Broadway Plaza, followed by Santa lighting the Christmas tree.

Jan. 5 Jazz Concert

Experienced guitarist Hugo Wainzinger will be appearing with the Tri-Valley Jazz Trio on January 5, 2018, at 7 PM. This jazz concert is free thanks to the sponsorship of Inklings Coffee House, Zelda Kohn, and the Pleasanton Jazz Society.

Foothill senior earns Eagle Scout rank

Pleasanton teen Ryan Berry was recently recognized with an Eagle Court of Honor ceremony for achieving the highest rank in the Boy Scouts program. Berry, 17, is a member of Boy Scout Troop 905, which is sponsored by St. Raymond's Church of Dublin.

Looking for a pet? Check out these featured animals, or visit the rescue groups for more information.

Marvin, a large male who's about 4-years-old. He is a young, red and white dog looking for a stable and forever relationship.

Building a better bus: Can crowd-sourcing bus routes solve Bay Area commutersa woes?

These aren't the lumbering behemoths most often associated with frequent stops, long rides and dingy carriages. Enter Chariot, Lyft Shuttle, MagicBus and the latest addition to the East Bay, OurBus.

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