Widespread Outage Cuts Off Electrical Power To Danville ResidentsNearly 3,300 PG&E customers in Danville and San Ramon were without power Wednesday morning as the utility sought to determine the cause of the outage.
Danville Searches for Artists in Rotunda ProjectThe town of Danville is looking for professional artists for a unique and site-specific commissioned artwork, which would be painted onto three large canvases and hung in the rotunda at the town's new office space at 500 La Gonda Way.
COVID: Danville Bowling Alley Won't Enforce Indoor Mask Mandate, Could Face FinesOne defiant East Bay business owner's refusal to enforce indoor mask rules has led authorities to warn he could be facing fines for non-compliance.
Former 49ers Assistant Coach Greg Knapp Dies Of Injuries Following Danville Bicycle CrashFormer San Francisco 49ers assistant and New York Jets assistant coach Greg Knapp has died of his injuries days after he was hit by a car while riding a bicycle.
Former 49er Coach Greg Knapp Critically Injured In Danville Vehicle-Bicycle CollisionFormer San Francisco 49ers assistant coach Greg Knapp remained hospitalized in extremely critical condition Tuesday after he was struck by a vehicle while bicycling over the weekend in Danville.
Controversial Tassajara Parks Subdivision Near Danville Approved; Water Questions RemainContra Costa County supervisors voted Tuesday to allow a controversial housing development near Danville, but questions remain about how water will be supplied to more than 120 homes that would be built.
Part of Diablo Road in Danville Closed Due to Fallen Power LinesA portion of Diablo Road in Danville is closed late Friday afternoon due to a minor injury collision that resulted in a utility pole being knocked down.
Danville Installs New Footbridge for Walking, CyclingDanville officially has a new footbridge that pedestrians and cyclists can use to and from the Danville Town Green and the Riverwalk community.
Danville Police Officer Sued Over Fatal Shooting Of Homeless Man Having Mental Health CrisisThe shooting death by a White police officer of a homeless Black man armed with a knife and having a mental health crisis in a busy intersection in Danville last month is prompting a federal civil rights lawsuit by the man's family against the city of Danville.
COVID Schools: San Ramon Valley Unified Welcomes Students Back to ClassroomsStudents and teachers in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District on Monday returned to the classroom for the first time in a year.
UPDATE: Man With Knife Shot By Danville Police Officer Last Week DiesAuthorities in the East Bay on Wednesday announced that the man injured in a Danville officer-involved shooting last week has died.
UPDATE: Danville Officer-Involved Shooting of Man Who Refused to Drop Knife Under InvestigationAuthorities in the East Bay are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Danville where a man was shot by police after allegedly refusing to put down a knife, according to the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office.
Hours-Long Standoff With Truck Driver In Danville Neighborhood Ends PeacefullyAn hours-long standoff between a man who barricaded himself in a pickup truck and Danville police ended peacefully Wednesday night.
Danville Trump Supporter Describes Protest In Washington D.C.Trump supporters from the Bay Area were at Wednesday’s protest in Washington D.C. Dave, from the East Bay, described what happened when things turned violent.
COVID Restrictions: Danville Restaurant Continues To Defy Health Orders, Faces $1,000 Daily FinesA defiant restaurant owner in Danville is still keeping outdoor dining open, weeks after the county entered its stay-at-home order and despite ever-growing fines.