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Pleasanton Comic Book Store Going Out Of Business

PLEASANTON, CA - Pleasanton's popular comic book store is going out of business next year. Heroes and Villains Comics will close in February of 2018, according to the owners. The comic book purveyor has been in business in Pleasanton for eight years. Everything in the store is on sale. Owner Jim Cr

PATCH - 2017-11-24 22:43:16

Around Pleasanton: It's Black Friday. Carols anyone?

Today is Black Friday -- or it's supposed to be -- the traditional day after Thanksgiving when shoppers look for the best buys. But this year, "pre" and "early" Black Friday sales started long ago. The hype has been building since early October when Costco started selling 9-foot-tall, fully-decora

PLEASANTON WEEKLY - 2017-11-24 15:55:00

Pleasanton police seek info on youth following crash

Juvenile on bike collides with car, police say Police are looking for a youth who was involved in a collision with a vehicle Wednesday evening in Pleasanton, police said. The collision was reported at 5:45 p.m. at the Walmart Neighborhood Market on Santa Rita Road, involving a youth on a bicycle a

PLEASANTON WEEKLY - 2017-11-24 06:39:00

Teen killed in crash on Stanley Boulevard

Vehicle carrying five people rolls several times just after midnight A 16-year-old girl died in a solo car crash in unincorporated Alameda County outside Pleasanton early Thanksgiving morning, the California Highway Patrol said. The crash happened on westbound Stanley Boulevard just west of Isabel

PLEASANTON WEEKLY - 2017-11-24 06:16:00

Editorial: 'Shop small' -- Keep jobs, dollars and decisions local

Quality of life in a community is tied to the local economy, which is tied to the health of the small businesses in that community. In the age of e-commerce, acquisitions and mergers making large retailers into giant monopolies, small businesses are struggling to survive. These establishments, lik

PLEASANTON WEEKLY - 2017-11-24 15:55:00

2017 Holiday Fund campaign now underway

The Pleasanton Weekly's 2017 Holiday Fund launches today with 12 nonprofits slated to benefit from this year's campaign. Even with a booming economy, the nonprofits we are supporting this year are faced with a combination of rising costs and increases in the numbers of people they serve that far o

PLEASANTON WEEKLY - 2017-11-24 06:15:00

Pleasanton Hometown Holiday Parade, Tree Lighting 2017

PLEASANTON, CA - The East Bay community is invited to the upcoming Pleasanton Hometown Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 5 p.m. on Main Street. The parade, which will include the Balloon Platoon, the Amador Valley and Foothill High school marching bands, anim

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Police Seek Juvenile Involved In Pleasanton Crash

PLEASANTON, CA - Police are asking for the public's help identifying a juvenile bicyclist who was involved in a collision with a car at the Walmart Neighborhood Market on Santa Rita Road at about 5:45 p.m. on Wednesday. Police said the juvenile left the scene before officers arrived. Police want to

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About 400 sign on to bartaco lawsuit

GREENWICH - About 400 people have contacted Marler and Clark, the Seattle-based law first specializing in food safety lawsuits, regarding a class action lawsuit against bartaco - the Port Chester, N.Y. restaurant that was temporarily closed last month after a food handler there was diagnosed with he

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-25 05:16:26

Falling inventory and falling prices for Westchester's luxury homes

Housing inventory in Westchester County has reached its lowest level in 13 years, according to a recent report from Douglas Elliman, and while that record-low supply has led to frequent bidding wars in the low- to midlevel markets, the same cannot be said for luxury homes. "For the past several year

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-24 15:30:51

Nonprofits still grieve the death of philanthropist Patricia Lanza, and the loss of donations

The death of Patricia Lanza in 2014 left many in the Westchester philanthropic world bereaved by the loss of a beloved friend and stunned by the discovery of just how dependent they had become on her generosity. Lanza gave away millions of dollars, especially to groups that helped children and to ch

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-24 14:01:34

SmartMove brings first-time homebuyers to homeownership

The Housing Development Fund of Stamford announced last month that it was expanding its services for prospective homeowners to Putnam County and the five boroughs of New York City. This was the latest evolution for the nonprofit counseling and lending agency that began operations in 1989 with a very

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-24 13:35:40

Report tells municipalities to prepare for transit-oriented future

The New York metropolitan region is "struggling under the weight of its own success," and the best answer to its rising home prices and heavy traffic is to build housing units, and plenty of them, in mixed-use developments near train stations. That's the recommendation of the Regional Plan Associati

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-24 13:30:00

Gretchen Carlson takes on new role as warrior against sexual harassment

"It's all about power. It's rarely just about sex," said television broadcaster Gretchen Carlson, addressing the recent Women Who Matter Luncheon sponsored by the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce at the Greenwich Country Club. "The overwhelming amount of sexual harassment in the workplace is not repor

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-24 13:08:10

Port Chester Housing Authority to pay $260K in owed taxes over next 60 years

Subscribed, but don't have a login? The Port Chester Housing Authority, which owes over $260,000 in taxes to the village, agreed this week to pay the money off - by 2077. Gabriel Rom/lohud Wochit The Port Chester Housing Authority, which owes over $260,000 in taxes to the village, agreed this week

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-24 23:30:04

New Ro students study Fazzino, practice his art

Elementary school students from across the New Rochelle City School District spent a recent day analyzing and creating 3-D art based on the works of Charles Fazzino. The students first got to see some of the work by Fazzino, who is known for creating vibrant murals of city landscapes, because some o

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-24 11:00:01

Much of downtown Portville on the block

PORTVILLE - An air of uncertainty hangs over the village of Portville's quaint downtown, as a number of businesses on the Main Street strip are currently on the market. Five adjoined South Main Street buildings that include Ye Olde Apothecary and Vintage Market, NY Style Salon and Spa, and a Subway

TIMES-HERALD - 2017-11-24 18:30:00

Santa Claus coming to town tonight

OLEAN - Santa Claus will be lighting up the town tonight as he makes his way down Santa Claus Lane. The opening of Santa Claus Lane, dazzling North Union Street and Lincoln Park in the lights of the holiday season takes place this evening. The parade steps off at 7 p.m. at Delaware Plaza on North Un

TIMES-HERALD - 2017-11-24 18:00:00

Allentown Association surveying residents about what they want in the neighborhood

Allentown residents will get a chance to say what the future of Allentown should be. The Allentown Association is urging residents and business owners to complete an online survey on the association's Facebook page - ttp://bit.ly/VisionforAllentown. The survey is broad-based, looking at the entire n

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-24 12:45:52

Editorial: Homicide in Allentown raises stakes as rapid growth of neighborhood bars creates instability

Sometimes, a community's growing pains fall into the category of "good problems to have." It doesn't fit in Allentown, at least not in regard to the explosive growth of bars. Residents of one of Buffalo's most charming neighborhoods are sensibly concerned about the number of bars that are springing

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-24 12:14:12