Seniors Invited to hap Magee Ranch for Special Tour

Bounty Garden and Historical Walk of Hap Magee Ranch Park  Danville-area seniors are invited to grab a friend, get outdoors and enjoy one of Danville’s great parks in a whole new way by taking part in the upcoming Bounty Garden and Hap Magee Ranch Park historical walk.  The event is set for Tuesday, May 24, 2016 […]

More Coffee & Cocoa Events Scheduled

Danville Police to hold more coffee & cocoa community events With the successful turnout and feedback received from the first round of Coffee & Cocoa with the Cops, a second set of the popular community events has been scheduled starting this week. Police Chief Steve Simpkins said he was very pleased to have the opportunity […]

Outdoor Day Camps Great for Kids and Teens

Outdoor Day Camps with Park District provide learning and recreation leadership experience to local teens The East Bay Regional Park District offers fun and affordable outdoor day camps for kids and youth at a number of convenient locations. Park’N It Day Camp takes place in a different Regional Park each week, and offers hiking, fishing, […]

Alameda Co. Fair Annual Wine Competition

Last Call for Entries: Commercial wine competition entry deadline: May 6, 2016  Pleasanton, Calif. – Calling all winemakers; Alameda County Fair wants your best! Entries for amateur and commercial divisions of the Fair’s popular wine competition is still being accepted for a limited time. Amateur/homemade wine competitors must register through the Fair’s website by Friday, April 17, 2016. Judging will take place on Monday, April […]

Street and Sidewalk Closures in Danville

Work on projects to result in street and sidewalk closures Two ongoing projects in Danville are expected to affect motorists and pedestrians over the next two weeks. In order for the current phase of the projects to complete, work will need to be done which will require some street and sidewalk closures. The closures include:  […]

Community Safety in a Disaster

Come to Community Safety Saturday™ event to learn about Disaster preparedness   SAN RAMON, CA – Feel like you’re being shaken up a bit lately? Over the past 6 months, you have been doing some rocking and rolling due to a swarm of more than 600 small earthquakes centered in San Ramon and Danville that […]

2016 Alamo Walkabout Slated

By Steve Mick; Alamo News Update The Community Foundation of Alamo (CFA) announced the 2nd Annual Alamo Walk-About will take place on Thursday, May 19th from 5 PM to 8 PM. The first Alamo Walk-About took place last year in late October. The CFA board decided to move the date to the springtime to take advantage of the beautiful Alamo weather. The new […]

Arrest Made on Iron Horse Trail

Suspect Arrested for Hitting, Blocking People on Iron Horse Trail East Bay Regional Park District police arrested a man in Alamo Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of false imprisonment, misdemeanor battery and assault upon pedestrians on the Iron Horse Trail. The incident was first reported to Park District police at 1:50 p.m. Police received several reports […]

Iraq Veteran on SOF Board

Sentinels of Freedom Adds Successful Contractor, Iraq Veteran to Board Sentinels of Freedom has recently invited HT Tran to join their Board of Directors, citing his business acumen and commitment to disabled veterans. HT was injured while serving in the Army in Iraq in 2008 and is also a former scholarship recipient of the Sentinels […]

Deciding Summer Camps

Your child can help decide where to go to camp Summer may seem far away but it’s not too early to start planning your child’s summer camp adventure. Get prepared for summer camp by including your child in the decision-making process, and getting a head start on homesickness prevention. Many camp registrations open early and […]

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