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13 hrs ago | Patch.com
The ceremony will provide a way for community members to honor the lives of their friends and loved ones.
When should abortion be legal?
Could you have a romantic liaison with someone of opposite political beliefs to you?
17 hrs ago | Patch.com
BY JANE McINNIS Sideboard, the popular coffee bar and hang out in downtown Danville, will be closing their doors January 8 and moving a few blocks away, said the town's economic development coordinator Wednesday.
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The self-serve pumps for the tehina and spicy z'hug sauce are from Israel. So is the machine that makes the falafel balls and drops them into the fryer.
Yesterday | Patch.com
Tickets are still available for 9th Annual Danville-Alamo-Walnut Creek Branch of American Association of University Women Holiday Home Tour.
Sometime next week, Saklan School kindergarten teacher Amy Burnett will give each of the 10 students in her Moraga classroom $100 in cash.
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education has a new president, with members unanimously choosing Rachel Hurd for the post Tuesday.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Danville Police Department provides the Danville Express with a record of its calls each week.
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.
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.