Updated: June 18, 2013 3:17:39 PM PDT
Nearly three weeks of music, crazy concoctions of food and fireworks will kick off the summer.
The search for a Mountain House man who disappeared beneath the surface of Livermore's Lake Del Valle while kayaking with his sister Sunday has been suspended while funding is secured for additional resources.
SoccerSanta Cruz Pro-Am Beach TournamentThe U12 Livermore Mavericks girls soccer team traveled to Santa Cruz for the Pro-Am Beach Soccer Tournament, held on June 1-2, and came home with the championship trophy.
Baseball USA Nationals -- Tryouts by appointment for the 13U-18U Baseball USA Nationals teams. 6761 Sierra Ct., Suite B, Dublin. 925-785-5531, Coachfisher44@aol.
As Lawrence Livermore faces probable budget cuts, about 400 lab employees took advantage of a voluntary separation program, choosing to resign and accept buyouts. A total of 383 employees had their last day on the job on June 13.
Authorities continued their search for the body of a Mountain House man who sunk into the depths of Livermore's Lake Del Valle while kayaking with his sister Sunday.
Region 1 championships held over weekend in Livermore
Authorities are searching for a 30-year-old man who fell off a kayak at Lake Del Valle and disappeared Sunday afternoon. The Mountain House man was with a female relative on a rented, two-person kayak when he fell into the water at Del Valle Regional Park.
|Paul Sakuma / AP file photo|
It seems absurd, but a few short years after the biggest home price crash in memory, soaring prices are stoking fears -- or at least stirring talk -- that another housing bubble is forming in the Bay Area.
Eight daytime home burglaries in four days, two of them on the same block and another two on the same street, brought an urgent request Friday from Livermore police for residents to be alert.
The $145 million lane will ease gridlock on heavily congested I-580 freeway
While some hospitals excelled at keeping patients alive, more than half of institutions around the Bay Area had worse-than-average death rates for at least one medical procedure or patient condition in 2010 and 2011, a new state report reveals.
Database: California Hospital Risk-Adjusted Mortality Rates
Tri-Valley CARES, a Livermore anti-nuke watchdog group, has filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Nuclear Security Administration, accusing the agencies of violating the Freedom of Information Act.
The owners of Ironwood Apartments have submitted a revised, less ambitious proposal for expanding the housing development. Previous attempts to build additional apartments there have been staunchly opposed by a sizable group of neighbors, who want to protect three nearby acres of open space.
Four community activists see the nonprofit as a way to teach about work ethics and community service.
While visiting the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., a few weeks ago, I found it to be such a kid-friendly place that I missed having the grandkids along.
Good stuffRun, Dad, run! Father's Day Spirit Run -- Sunday. Pleasanton Rotary sponsors race/walk to fund college scholarships. Includes an 8 a.m. 10K run, an 8:20 a.
Just a reminder: Father's Day is this Sunday. And after presenting Dad with the card and the tie, consider taking him out to a regional park for a trip back in time.
accomplishments"Dublin Idol" winners announced. Thirty singer competed in this years Dublin Idol competition. The winners were: Sophia Huang, a sixth-grader at Wells Middle School who sang "On My Own," from the musical Les Miserables and Autumn Kelly, a ninth-grader at Dublin High School who
PLEASANTONFather's Day Spirit Run to race through SundayThe 20th annual Pleasanton Rotary Fathers Day Spirit Run will be held Sunday.The race and walk event will support college scholarships for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings and local students.
The following excerpts were taken from area police logs:DUBLINThursday, MAY 30 DECEASED PERSON -- 7 p.m. Police were called to investigate a deceased person, 6400 block of Dougherty Road.
More than 200 off-highway vehicle enthusiasts, environmentalists and preservationists got their first chance to hear the California Department of Parks and Recreation detail three concepts for a proposed expansion of the Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area at Tracy High School on Monday night.
Just say 'no' to 'blended rail'Californians in 2008 voted for Prop 1A, "The Safe, Reliable High Speed Passenger Train Bond Act for the 21st Century.""Blended rail" -- future high speed rail on Caltrain's tracks -- would be Neither safe Nor reliable.
Between the Vines is a biweekly column on wine and wine making in the Livermore Valley region. This column was contributed by members of the Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association.
Pleasanton Girls Softball LeagueMini Black Division ChampionshipAthen's Burger 15, Hopyard Ale House 14: With the division title on the line, both teams played well.
Earl Anthony's Dublin Bowl Bowler of the week: This week's top bowler was Mike Wood of the Nisei Invitational league who shot a 279 game on the way to a 749 set.
Ballistic United Soccer Club -- Online registration for upcoming fall season for the Pleasanton Recreational Soccer League. For boys, ages 5-19. Must register by June 30 to avoid $50 additional fee.
Cathrea has reached out to Juli Inkster, Kay Cockerill for advice on playing in national championship
A team of volunteer docents led the students through various areas on the main museum floor, where the kids learned about the special characteristics of birds, reptiles and mammals.
The annual Livermore rodeo, which continues Sunday, started with a Saturday morning parade.