Mayor ’ s Town Hall Set for November 5

Future of Danville’s Arts, Parks and Recreation to be discussed Mayor Karen Stepper invites the community to the Mayor’s Town Hall on Saturday, November 5, 2016.  The program will focus on the future of the Town of Danville’s Arts, Parks and Recreation. At the Mayor’s Town Hall, Recreation, Arts, and Community Services Manager Henry Perezalonso will […]

Hate Crimes in Contra Costa County

Following recent hate crimes in Antioch, Richmond, and Concord, the Democratic Party of Contra Costa County (DPCCC) urges Contra Costa District Attorney Mark Peterson to charge the perpetrators with hate crime enhancements and reiterates its support for minority communities throughout Contra Costa County. In the dark of night on September 7, 2016, a Molotov cocktail was thrown at a […]

Ballot Drop-off Box at Danville Town Offices

Residents can save postage and time with vote-by-mail program Danville residents will find it easier to vote in the upcoming November 8, 2016 election, as the County Elections Office and the Town of Danville partner once again to provide a convenient “CoCo Vote-N-Go” ballot drop-off location prior to and on Election Day.   The distinctive red, white and blue ballot […]

All Wars Memorial Public Apology

The All Wars Memorial was defaced last summer… please join with the Veterans – community Patriots & AWM supporters for a PUBLIC APOLOGY for AWM Vandalism scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 20th, 7PM at Veterans Memorial Building of San Ramon Valley.   All Veteran Service Organizations – Community Leaders – Civic Organizations & the Public are encouraged to attend.

Steffens to be Honored Sunday Sept 18

Danville Olympian honored for 2016 Gold Medal The community is invited to come to downtown Danville this weekend to celebrate and honor Danville resident Maggie Steffens. Steffens, a member of the U.S. Olympic Women’s Water Polo Team, won a gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio. She and her sister Jessica won gold medals at the […]

Bike Ride to Help Wounded Veterans

  Each year the Dougherty Valley/San Ramon Rotary Foundation organizes a bike ride event that goes to benefit the local non-profit, Sentinels of Freedom. The event is held in two parts, a bicycle ride that starts in the morning and a Hopfest in the afternoon. This year’s event will take place on September 17th, 2016. […]

Ted Radke, East Bay Parks director, dies

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Ted Radke, who served on our Board of Directors for 36 years and was a key part of the East Bay Regional Park District’s expansion and growth during that time. Director Radke, a longtime Martinez resident, died last Sunday at age 71. He was the longest-serving board […]

Onstage Theatre opens with The Last Romance

“A crush can make anyone feel young again,” said Helen Means, Artistic Director at Onstage Theatre.  She directs the company’s opener of their 39th season, “The Last Romance,” by Joe DiPietro, opening Sept. 16 and running through Oct. 1 at the Martinez Campbell Theatre. According to Means, the play revolves around an 80-year-old widower (played by […]

State Assembly Remembers Mary C. Warren

Assemblywoman Baker Leads Assembly In Adjourning In Memory Of Mary C. Warren   Assemblywoman Catharine Baker (R-San Ramon) led her colleagues in adjourning today’s Assembly session in memory of Mary C. Warren, a local and national leader who passed away on August 6, 2016, at the age of 94.   “Mary Warren was a dedicated […]

Happy Preschoolers Slip on Backpacks at Kidango

Yours Humanly, a local nonprofit that provides access to education to underserved children, recently donated 80 backpacks filled with school supplies to delighted children at Dublin’s Kidango Emerald Vista Center, which serves preschoolers from subsidized households in the Tri-Valley. For some children, this was their first backpack—and the joy showed on their faces. Teachers and […]

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