Calling All Danville Scout Troops

Scouts sought to lead Pledge of Allegiance at Council Meetings The Danville Town Council encourages Scout Troops in the community to lead the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of each Town Council meeting. Scouts of all ages are encouraged to participate in this integral part of each council meeting. The Danville Town Council meets […]

Assemblywoman Baker Endorses Public Education Bond Initiative

Assemblywoman Catharine Baker (R-San Ramon) has announced her endorsement of the Public Education Facilities Bond Initiative. This initiative will allow the sale of $9 billion in bonds to fund the construction and modernization of facilities in California K-12 schools and community colleges. “Before the school bond initiative was first announced, I sat down with many […]

Sabina Zafar Announces Run for San Ramon City Council

Tech business director and community leader Sabina Zafar has announced her bid for the San Ramon City Council. “I’m ready to take my experience in the tech industry, management, and community advocacy to deliver real results for the San Ramon residents,” said Sabina Zafar on the announcement. “These are exciting times for San Ramon and […]

Quarry Lakes Re-Opens for Swimming

Grab your beach towel and sunscreen – Quarry Lakes re-opens this weekend for swimming!   The East Bay Regional Park District announced Friday that the popular swim facility in Fremont will re-open on Saturday, June 25, after it closed in early March due to toxic algae. The Alameda County Environmental Health Department cleared the lake to re-open […]

Brooke Starn (MVHS) named Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year

The Rotary Club of Danville also recognizes Three Other Athletes   The Rotary Club of Danville has named Monte Vista High School’s cross country and track & field standout, Brooke Starn, as outstanding female athlete of the year 2015-2016.   Starn was selected for the honor from a field of four candidates representing the San […]

Open Seats for Council on Homelessness Executive Board

Here are the open (and potentially open) seats. The key priority is finding people who care about ending homelessness, and who bring a perspective to the group that we need, as well as talents from which the whole can benefit.   · Community Member (formerly “At Large”) · Health Care Representative · Public Safety (formerly […]

“Moms In Need” Food Drive a Huge Success

A pre-Mother’s Day food drive for Moms in Need sponsored by two Danville Realtors collected over three thousand diapers plus baby wipes, food and formula. Rob Rigolfi and Claudine Himan, both realtors with Danville based RE/MAX Accord, withstood a rainy day in downtown to accept donations by generous Danville residents. Rob, who founded refoodle.org to […]

Heritage Resource Dedication Set for June 29

Event celebrates restoration of Danville Hotel and McCauley House Danville residents are invited to participate in a dedication ceremony to celebrate the restoration of two of the community’s landmarks: the Danville Hotel building and the McCauley House. Both buildings are Town-designated Heritage Resources and were renovated as part of the Danville Hotel Town Center, a […]

BART Labor Agreement a Welcome Development

By The East Bay Leadership Council BART and its major unions announced that a tentative agreement has been reached on a new four-year contract, a deal that helps put the brinkmanship of the 2013 strike behind us and five strike-free years ahead of us. That is a welcome development, but a stoppage is still a […]

Contra Costa County Teachers of the Year Gather for Reception

Recently the Contra Costa County Teachers of the Year (TOY), class of 2016-2017, gathered at the Contra Costa County Office of Education (CCCOE), in Pleasant Hill, for a special event held in their honor. “The annual TOY Reception is a great opportunity for the 21 revered teachers to meet each other in person,” reports CCCOE […]

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