Jump On Tomorrow: Berkeley Kite Festival, Great Bull Run, Market Street Transit Lanes, International Soccer At Cal, Sunday’s SF Marathon
Coming Saturday: Market Street transit lane painting, Berkeley kite festival, running bulls in Pleasanton, international soccer at Cal, and (Sunday) the San Francisco Marathon returns.
Residents of the Springhouse apartment complex in Pleasanton were excited Tuesday after water service restored after a five day absence.
Residents of an apartment complex in Pleasanton have been living in misery. For the past four days, they have lived without running water.
After a water main broke late last week, the faucets, toilets and showers at the Springhouse Apartments have been dry.
A bull run similar to the one in Spain is coming to the East Bay, unless a judge stops it.
At the Great Horror Campout some 500 campers paid $100 and more to play grisly games for 12 hours at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton Friday night.
A Pleasanton man accused of trying to lure underage girls into prostitution at the Alameda County fair was arraigned Tuesday afternoon.
With temperatures tinkering around 100 degrees, medics rescued 30 people from heat exhaustion and rushed them to the emergency room Sunday.
Food vendors at the Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton competed against one another by offering up their latest creations in the first annual “Snackdown” held Tuesday afternoon.
An East Bay city which has enacted mandatory water cutbacks is now paying big bucks to inform those who still are not aware of the restrictions and the message to save water.
The stress level for college-bound students at Amador Valley High School has kicked up another notch after dozens of advanced placement test scores were tossed out because seats were placed too close together during the exams.