Danville

  • Diablo Country Club tees up plans pioneering recycling project to secure its water future
    Created: 8/1/2015 6:16:45 PM
  • Biology instructor Nan Ho, the driving force behind the idea, became convinced that the use of sophisticated posters would not only allow for the presentation of research results but would teach her students how more advanced scientists routinely share their work.
    Created: 7/30/2015 12:38:41 PM
  • The nonprofit Tri-Valley Conservancy has once again asked photographers to go out and capture the beauty of the Tri-Valley. Organizers are looking for striking images of local wildlife, agriculture, ranchland, parks, open space and scenic rural landscapes taken in Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin, Sunol and San Ramon.
    Created: 7/30/2015 12:35:44 PM
  • Partnering with downtown Danville's Role Players Ensemble, the Eugene O'Neill Foundation's 2015 season features O'Neill's "Desire Under the Elms" at Tao House (Sept. 18-27) and Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire" at Village Theater (Sept. 4-19).
    Created: 7/30/2015 12:34:41 PM
  • The Tri-Valley branch of the California Writers Club's monthly events give audiences to the established or aspiring alike.
    Created: 7/30/2015 12:29:50 PM
  • Valley Humane SocietyGo-go-gadget-nose! With his keen sniffer, Inspector Gadget will easily detect a friend. This 2-year-old terrier mix is always on the ball.
    Created: 7/30/2015 12:24:56 PM
  • Attorneys for Danville and developer SummerHill Homes are asking the court to overturn a ruling last year by Contra Costa County Judge Steven Austin in favor of Save Open Space Danville -- a group of residents who sued to upend the development. The case goes to court Tuesday
    Created: 7/30/2015 11:22:11 AM
  • Between El Niño and the drought, the East Bay's natural landscape is filled with oddities these days. Giant purple sea slugs are turning up on the shoreline, birds are migrating months earlier than usual and mammals appear to be few and far between. No place is better to observe these natural shifts than Big Break Regional Shoreline in Oakley. The park offers an ideal vantage point to see how climate change, water policy and natural fluctuations in the weather and currents affect our region.
    Created: 7/29/2015 2:43:20 PM
  • A proposed 56-foot Verizon cellphone tower has infuriated Danville neighbors who claim the tower could damage their health and send property values tumbling. They also argue it has little value to Danville and suggested it would primarily benefit San Ramon.
    Created: 7/29/2015 2:24:29 PM
  • Through Aug. 2 Summer Reading Program -- The Children's Librarian has unveiled the reading incentive program theme of Destination Read. Children of all ages welcome.
    Created: 7/28/2015 2:46:51 PM
  • Local area baseball players now in the minor leagues
    Created: 7/28/2015 1:43:04 PM
  • Colin Ferreira to pitch for USA in big international tournament in Santa Domingo
    Created: 7/28/2015 1:42:40 PM
  • Earl Anthony's Dublin BowlBowlers of the Week: Stephan Klitz of the PBA Experience league shot a 647 set, 97 pins over average. Nicole Goodrich, of the Brunswick Trios, shot a 268 game on the way to a 620 set.
    Created: 7/28/2015 1:42:22 PM
  • Fix state's water laws to benefit all, not just fewCalifornia, unlike other Western states, grants unlimited free water to a few senior rights holders and doesn't regulate ground water depletion.
    Created: 7/28/2015 12:00:09 PM
  • The following excerpts came from area police logs:DanvilleThursday, July 16 ASSAULT -- 9:08 p.m. Battery, 1700 block of Fountain Springs Circle. BURGLARY -- 9:52 p.
    Created: 7/28/2015 11:59:51 AM