Here is a list of top stories from our coverage this past week:
Monday, Sept. 24
- Our Sprouts & Shutters column provided the latest restaurant and business news in the Tri-Valley. Check it out here.
- I-680 was temporarily closed due to a fatal collision that killed a pedestrian.
- Walk for peace with Tri-Valley Haven.
- Person shot in home-invasion robbery.
- Stonecliffe Animal Rescue is giving Patch readers four paws up for helping find a pair of rescue dogs a home in Livermore. Details here.
Tuesday, Sept. 25
- Police Log:
- Trader Joe's peanut butter recalled for potential Salmonella.
- New York Times highlights congressional race between Stark and Swalwell.
Wednesday, Sept. 26
- Couple linked to fatal apartment explosion agree to plea deal.
- Home prices on the rise.
- A woman was extricated from vehicle and sent to a hospital after a collision at the intersection of First Street and Southfront Road.
Thursday, Sept. 27
- Cal Water to host rate workshop.
- Livermore police reminding drivers to stop for school buses.
- White House names i-GATE Innovation Hub CEO “Champion of Change”.
- Peanut butter recall grows; product list here.
Friday, Sept. 28
- Parent Club Information Council to hold candidate forum.
- Team KC still supporting pediatric cancer patients. SwimStrong Swim-a-Thon set for Oct. 7.
- Affordable homeownership opportunities in town.
- Susan Young, in her So Here's the Thing column, discusses the recent Portola Avenue closure.