Top 5 SRP Stories of the Week: Attack at Roller Rink, Sexual Battery and a New School

If you missed something this week, catch up by taking a look at the top stories on San Ramon Patch.


A mother and her two daughters were attacked and injured in a fight at  Friday, March 23 that started over two missing cell phones, the attacked family said.

San Ramon Patch talked with the family, the owner of the Golden Skate and San Ramon Police to piece together what happened that left a 14-year-old girl bloodied.

San Ramon police are still investigating the incident.


A woman said a man rang her doorbell at about 11:05 a.m. Tuesday and after she opened the door to speak to him he forced his way inside, pushed her down and assaulted her.

San Ramon police released , and is described as being a Middle Eastern in his 40s, about 5-foot-9, heavy build, with very straight short black hair, brown eyes and no facial hair. He was wearing a navy blue cotton jacket and brown leather shoes.


An 8.6 acre site has been identified as the location for a new school and park in Dougherty Vallet.

The site approximately 1/2 mile southwest of the Dougherty Station Community Center and Library in a yet-to-be developed area of the Dougherty Valley (site is adjacent to a future 30 acre community park).

The partnership paves the way for a new elementary school to be built which will help alleviate the enrollment crunch at the four existing elementary schools in the Dougherty Valley, and reduce the number of families being diverted away from their neighborhood schools.


A San Ramon non-profit organization and local volunteers are in Livermore this week to give a boy with cancer and his family a home makeover so they can heal in comfort.

The family's challenges began last summer when they were about to close escrow on their Lorren Avenue home.

But if all goes well on Sunday the family will come home to find a Yellow Submarine-themed Beatles playroom for Ashton, a Super Mario Brothers bedroom for his 3-year-old brother and a space-themed spot for 8-year-old Julian.

5. SRVUSD Superintendent Steven Enoch to Retire June 30

The announced today that Steve Enoch, the district's superintendent, would retire June 30.

Enoch has been SRVUSD's superintendent since July 1, 2008.

This is his 18th year serving as a superintendent, both in California and Washington State. He has spent more than 32 years in public education.

Follow San Ramon Patch on:
Facebook — facebook.com/SanRamonPatch
Twitter — twitter.com/SanRamonPatch

You can signup for San Ramon Patch's daily newsletter here: sanramon.patch.com/newsletters


More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »