East Bay Program Helps Thousands Of Kids Learn Coding SkillsChildren in the East Bay's Tri-Valley are learning coding, thanks to a community program started by this week's Jefferson Award winners, a mother and son from Dublin.
Heat Wave Melts Away Business at Outdoor Restaurants in East BayThe first weeklong heat wave to hit the Bay Area since the pandemic forced restaurants to start outdoor dining was, in the East Bay, an unwelcome challenge to reopening.
Meals On Wheels Volunteers Check On Older Tri-Valley Residents During Heat WaveWith temperatures rising into the triple digits across much of the Bay Area, a big concern for seniors is how to stay cool while still abiding by social-distancing requirements. 
Plans For Dublin IKEA Mega-Store Run Into Local ResistanceAn East Bay community is divided over plans for an IKEA furniture store, with some fearing the mega-store will unleash chaos and gridlock in an already busy corridor.
Tri-Valley Area Becoming An Attractive Destination For Tech CompaniesLook out, Silicon Valley. The Tri-Valley is a new tech hot spot, home to over 450 tech companies and backed by $4 billion in investments.
Stinky, Smelly Drinking Water In Tri-Valley Deemed Safe To DrinkThe drinking water for hundreds of thousands of Bay Area residents is leaving them with a bad taste in their mouths, along with a smell of rotten eggs.
Tri-Valley Forecast: Cloudy Skies And More Rain
Tri-Valley Forecast: Sunny And Clear After The RainThe Tri-Valley is enjoying mild temperatures in the low 60s on Friday with clear blue skies after a couple days of rain.
Tri-Valley Forecast: Partly Cloudy Skies And Cooler TempsThermometers were reading in the low to mid 60s Monday, closer to where they typically do at this time of the year as the Tri-Valley experienced mostly cloudy skies.
Tri-Valley Forecast: Cool And Cloudy After StormResidents of the Tri-Valley area can expect more rain on Friday in the aftermath of the big storm overnight.
Tri-Valley Forecast: Temps Drop As Rain ArrivesThe week's warm temperatures already felt like a distant memory Thursday morning with thermometer readings at least 10 degrees lower than the high 70s and low 80s most of the Tri-Valley had been enjoying.