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Homes That Have Just Been Put On the Market In The Valley
Shoppers are out in force now, buying gifts for the holiday season. Shiny new toys are on the shelves as are the latest videos, fashion and cookware.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Moraga Teacher Uses Art Project To Teach Kindergartners A Lesson On Helping Others
Sometime next week, Saklan School kindergarten teacher Amy Burnett will give each of the 10 students in her Moraga classroom $100 in cash.
Hurd named new SRVUSD board president
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education has a new president, with members unanimously choosing Rachel Hurd for the post Tuesday.
SRVUSD board approves Common Core spending plan
With Common Core State Standards becoming the new K-12 measuring stick across California, the San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education Tuesday approved a plan for spending nearly $6.2 million in state funds to implement the program.
Todd Sickafoose's Tiny Resistors at Oakland's Duende
The genius of Todd Sickafoose 's Tiny Resistors is that it's an infinitely pliable musical organism that can adopt the transparency of a chamber ensemble or the muscular heft of a rock band.
Hap Magee Dog Park Closes Until March
TOWN OF DANVILLE RELEASE Town of Danville Maintenance Services staff have completed the installation of 16,800 square feet of new hybrid sod at the large dog park at Hap Magee Ranch Park.
An end and a new beginning
Bill Clarkson is sworn in for a second term as Mayor of San Ramon by City Clerk Patricia Edwards.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Inside Bay Area
Popular Antioch restaurant Rick's on Second to shut its doors
After more than a quarter-century of serving sandwiches named after local historical landmarks and figures, a popular downtown restaurant may soon by serving its last trademark after-meal cookie.
Burglary, theft reports lead weekly DPD call log
The Danville Police Department provides the Danville Express with a record of its calls each week.
Radioactive Package Found on Bay street Corner
That's in my town. It's across from a diagnostic lab where blood/urine, and yes r-active samples are dropped off on a routine basis.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Osage park survey set to expire
Danville residents are running out of time to participate in a town survey aimed at gauging what changes they would like made to the Osage Station Park play area.
Danville-Alamo-Walnut Creek 9th annual Holiday Home Tour
The Danville-Alamo-Walnut Creek 9th Annual Holiday Home Tour is set to feature five festive homes this on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Adults are $35, and seniors 65 and older are $30.
River Watcher: Ginkgo
Editor John Mustard gave me a start in nature column writing when he took me on in the 1970s to write "Signs of the Seasons" for the San Ramon Valley Herald, at that time published in Danville as the Tri-Valley News.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Holidays are Here! Share the Spirit of the Season on Danville Patch
Especially during the holiday season, community contributions -- whether it's sharing photos with Santa, family rituals or reflections of thanks -- is a hugely important part of Danville Patch.
Week Ahead: Improv @ the VT, Downtown Farmers' Market
The ceremony will provide a way for community members to honor the lives of their friends and loved ones.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Cemetery Plans Stall, Danville Award, Blackhawk Burger
The event formerly known as 'Restaurant Week,' the ' Eat Tri-Valley Restaurant Month ' is set for January, and Danville will be one of the five communities celebrated in the mix.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Contra Costa Times
Mount Diablo beacon will shine, but celebration moves indoors in Concord
Although the threat of ice and snow have forced the move of the 50th annual celebration off the mountain, the refurbished beacon atop Mount Diablo will be lit once again on Saturday, Pearl Harbor Day.
Danville Hotel demolition due in January
Developers plan to tear down deteriorating Danville Hotel Wild West structures in January, town officials say.
Inside Bay Area
Planned cemetery stirs up intense opposition
One man's vision of the perfect final resting place -- nestled among the picturesque and rolling hills of Tassajara Valley -- is living proof in San Ramon that one man's idea of heaven can be another man's hell.
The Weekender: San Ramon Valley Winter Boutique, Danville Chorus Concert, 5k
Lighting of a 70-foot holiday tree, Santa Claus and his reindeer, snow play area, live music, food trucks--there's nothing missing from this annual event at Bishop Ranch.