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9 hrs ago | MarketWatch
Revenue for the quarter ended Aug. 3 rose 5.8% to $1.04 billion from $982.2 million.
13 hrs ago | Patch.com
Celebrate Green in downtown Pleasanton on September 3 during the 1st Wednesday Street Party, the last one of the summer.
14 hrs ago | MarketWatch
Revenue jumped to $186.8 million from $107.6 million. On an adjusted basis, the Pleasanton, Calif.-based company reported a loss of 11 cents a share.
18 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
Bagpipers, bands, dancers, weightlifters, sheep herding dogs, whiskey sellers, and living history performers celebrate everything Scottish on Saturday and Sunday in the largest Scottish Highland games and festival in North America.
20 hrs ago | Pleasanton Weekly
The City Council will hold a public hearing next Tuesday evening to consider approving its new Housing Element, a part of the city's General Plan required by all California cities to show that they are meeting the statewide housing goal of "attaining decent housing and a suitable living environment for every California family."
Yesterday | Pleasanton Weekly
Newest proposed use of this 1938 one-time family home on south Main Street is McKay's Taphouse, which would be Pleasanton's newest beer and wine establishment.
You and them and them and you ... no matter how you toss the dice, this much is true: the only place for Dallas and Dakota is together.
More than seven months into the California drought, San Jose has officially declared a citywide water shortage, asking the city's 1 million residents to cut their water use by 20 percent -- but there will be no new consequences for those who don't.
Finishing the last Pleasanton segment of the 32-mile Iron Horse Regional Trail required overcoming many challenges -- millions of dollars to raise, lukewarm early political support and a creek and many streets to cross.
As harvest began in Livermore Valley, winemakers from throughout the valley gathered with local clergy on Wednesday, August 20, in the traditional "Blessing of the Grapes" ceremony at Garre Vineyard and Winery.
Superintendent Parvin Ahmadi joins a few school board members, teachers and other district employees recently to celebrate five elementary schools - Hearst, Donlon, Walnut Grove, Vintage Hills and Mohr - being named California Distiguished Schools.
Helping Hands director Erin Winter joins Mayor Jerry Thorne at reception celebrating senior assistance firm's 20th anniversary.
Elected officials gather together to celebrate the completion of the Iron Horse Trail extension from Dublin/Pleasanton BART to Santa Rita Road.
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