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Week in Review: Bishop Ranch Founder Dies, Bomb Threat at Regal Cinemas, Cemetery Plans Cause Backlash


Dougherty Valley High Ranks #100 Best High School in the U.S.

Dougherty Valley High school in San Ramon was named number 100 on Newsweek's list of the top high schools in the U.S. for 2013.


San Ramon Initiative Works to Boost Local Economy

Residents are encouraged to shop closer to home with the help of a newly-revamped local business directory.

Medal of Valor Awarded to Sergeant in Norris Canyon Shooting

Retired Sergeant Gary Clark immediately ran to the victim's aid and shielded him with his own body.

Grand Opening for PG&E Gas Control Center in San Ramon

PG&E spent $38 million for the complex which will act as the "nerve center" for the utility's natural gas system, according to Mercury News.

Funeral Services Scheduled for Bishop Ranch Founder

Funeral services are set for Bishop Ranch founder Masud Mehran, who died at his home after a short illness on Nov. 26. He was 93.


Anonymous Call Prompts Regal Cinemas Evacuation

Movie goers were evacuated for an hour Wednesday after the theater received an anonymous call for a bomb threat, officials say.

Cemetery Planned for Tassajara Valley Causes Backlash

Intense opposition faces Danville developer Sid Corrie's proposal to build a 150,000-plot cemetery on the rolling hills of Tassajara Valley in San Ramon, according to the Contra Costa Times


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