Updated: May 20, 2013 2:25:41 PM PDT
Dr. Gulbranson, a child prodigy all grown-up, now a judge on "The Big Brain Theory" show.
Player will speak at Dublin event on May 29
Work is underway now for westbound Livermore to Pleasanton toll/carpool lane that will open in fall 2015
Former Raider led Valley Christian football team to four straight NCS playoff appearances
Talking about rattlesnakes in a previous column, I misspoke about the season when they give birth. It's more likely to be in the summer or fall than in the spring, as a reader pointed out.
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Now 24, Fuca has become something of a celebrity playing German Regional South-East League
DUBLIN'Dublin Idol' kids sing out at farmers marketPeople can shop while hearing a free "Dublin Idol" competition for young singers at 5 p.m. Thursday and May 30 at the Dublin Farmer's Market in Emerald Glen Park, 4201 Central Parkway.
SRV swimmers rule EBAL roost For the second straight year, San Ramon Valley High swimming teams earned titles in all four divisions at the East Bay Athletic League Swimming and Diving Championships at Amador Valley on May 11.
Earl Anthony's Dublin Bowl Bowlers of the week: This week's top bowler was John Graff of the Dublin Majors with a 279 game on the way to a 744 set.K5 Signs/First Choice Construction Monday Madness (four game sets): The top bowler of the week was RC Salas with a 1003 set.
Between the Vines is a biweekly column on wine and winemaking in the Livermore Valley region. This column was contributed by members of the Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association.
Boulevard's upgrade is anything butRecently, I was walking my dog in Shadow Cliffs park, and I got turned around and by mistake ended up on Stanley Boulevard.
Seventeen year-old Christian Maselli of Dublin has played baseball virtually all of his life. He loves the game. He loves being around it. And it's in his blood, with his great grandfather being a catcher for the San Francisco Seals ballclub in the 1950s.
The following excerpts were taken from area police logs:DUBLINTHURSDAY, MAY 2 DRUGS -- 9:24 p.m. An arrest was made on drug violations, Tassajara Road and Interstate 580.
Good stuffHear it from the source Meet the Author -- 7 p.m. May 23. Author Harry Marku discusses his book, "Rare Earth," a novel of a maverick geologist who makes an extraordinary mineral find and becomes a pawn in the hands of a political cartel.
Every year, as regularly as annual report cards, I ask my college students to recall their favorite elementary school teachers. Now that the school year is ending, here's a "report card" on the many wonderful teachers we have in the Tri-Valley.
academicThe Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Ind., announced that Peter Heath has earned a place on the dean's list for the winter quarter.
Valley Humane SocietyIt's no stretch to say Sophie is eager to meet you. This gorgeous calico gallops up to visitors of Valley Humane Society's Kitty City.
De La Salle's David Morgan, Amador Valley's Jason Chen set new records
Seven individual events and three relays see faster times recorded than ever before
Agency proposes to change service on 13 routes in Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore
Caltrans and Alameda County Transportation Authority host meeting on westbound I-580 toll lane in Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton
Dublin students sing in competition 5 p.m. May 16 and May 30
Finalists for chancellor of the Chabot-Las Positas Community College District will appear at public forums May 13. The candidates are Dr. Tod Burnett and Dr. Jannett Jackson.
Dublin San Ramon Services District to boost water rates July 1
Pleasanton Civic Arts Stage Company is exploring new theatrical territory with "Ramayana," an ancient Indian epic adapted by Berkeley playwright Anthony Clarvoe.
The Fruitvale Healthcare Center -- the Oakland nursing home where the women met and bonded -- set up the account Thursday with the help of Bank of America.
With a groundbreaking ceremony last week, the East Bay Regional Park District officially started work on a key new section of the Iron Horse Regional Trail in Pleasanton.
Much of Castro Valley Boulevard will be shut down Saturday morning for the parade, leading up to the 93rd annual rodeo the following weekend.
If you don't count short RV getaways or quickie trips to Disneyland, we haven't taken a real vacation in years. Most of our "vacations" have been long weekends that revolved around conferences for work.