Week in Review: Hit-Run Driver Hunt; Farewells to Score-Table, Camp Arroyo Legends

A look at some of last week's stories in Livermore.

Where to Get a Flu Shot in Livermore. Even if you’ve already had the flu, the vaccine will protect you from other strains.

Congressman Honors Beloved Scorekeeper Peder Andersen. Eric Swalwell calls Andersen a "inspiration."

Who's Hiring: Chauffeur; Corner Bakery Cafe; Lowe's.

Jackson Avenue Elementary Taking Steps to be More Healthy and Active. The ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on Wed., Jan. 15 at 8 a.m. 

Celebration of Life for Barry Taylor on Saturday.

Police Looking for Truck Involved in Hit-And-Run Collision. Two of the drivers involved in the collision were seriously injured.

Driver Involved in Fatal I-580 Collision in Court. Primitino Garcia, 53, will be at the Gale Schenone Hall of Justice in Pleasanton.

BART Parking Fees Going Up in Tri-Valley & Elsewhere.

Week Ahead: Free Fitness; Wailin' Jennys; Sunday Farmers Market. Things to do around Livermore this week: Jan. 6 to 12.

'A Place At The Table: One Nation Underfed' to be Shown at Firehouse Arts CenterThe film is being shown on Jan. 16 at 7 p.m. There is no charge for admission.

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