December 3, 2021
Local News

Centennial bulb is now 120 years old

The Centennial Bulb lights up the “Late Show” monologue   This article first appeared back in June of 2011. Livermores very own 100 year old lightbulb was featured on Dave Lettermans show back during its centennial celebration. Here in 2021 it is now 120 years ago. nevertheless it was a fun article to update. Thanks […]

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Knights to Hold Virtual Charity Auction

The Livermore Knights of Columbus will hold a virtual annual charity auction from 6:30-9 p.m. on Thursday, May 13. Registration is free at trellis.org/livermore-knights-of-columbus-48th-annual-virtual-charity-auction-and-showdown, although chances to win a one-week stay at a WorldMark Club, along with donor recognition, are available for purchase. All donations will go to support the Knights charitable work in the […]

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2 Livermore Men Arrested For Fatal Weekend Shooting

 Two Livermore men have been arrested in connection with a fatal shooting late Friday night at Motel 6. The victim was a 24-year-old Livermore man who died at a local hospital after the shooting, the Livermore Police Department said in a statement. Authorities would not release his name Monday. Ronnie Ray Martinez Jr., 29, was […]

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Rim Repair New Windsor NY – Covid Safe
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Rim Repair New Windsor NY – Covid Safe

Rims Like New now offers Covid safe rim repair in New Windsor NY. Currently, New York state considers automobile repair services as  approved necessary businesses. That means while many local businesses may forced to close down again with the pandemic surge you can still get your cracked, bent, scratched rims repaired in New Windsor NY. […]

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California Covid Case Surge Hospitals Overwhelmed
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California Covid Case Surge Hospitals Overwhelmed

Covid-19 is running wide open here in California with 52,000 new cases in a one day. To put that in perspective that is about the same as what the entire country was experiencing just 8 weeks ago. This means a shortage of intensive care beds for COVID-19 patients. Imagine the scene…  ambulances are lined up […]

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LPD cracks down on pedestrian safety
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LPD cracks down on pedestrian safety

Livermore Police are cracking down on pedestrian safety all this month. The Livermore Police Department’s Pedestrian Safety month comes in the wake of a series of car versus pedestrian accidents near Livermore schools. As part of the crackdown, the department’s Traffic Unit will conduct pedestrian safety operations throughout the city to enforce pedestrians’ right-of-way violations. The […]

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Teen sought in Arroyo Rd. elder assault case
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Teen sought in Arroyo Rd. elder assault case

Livermore police are looking for a 13-year-old boy who they say assaulted an elderly woman earlier this week. Police say an 89-year-old woman was walking along the Arroyo Mocho Creek path at 3:42 Tuesday afternoon, when the boy approached her near Arroyo Rd and L St. The teen started walking with the woman, engaging conversation with […]

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Rosewood Gardens offers free workshop on Alzheimer’s
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Rosewood Gardens offers free workshop on Alzheimer’s

Livermore‘s Rosewood Gardens will be holding the second in a series free workshops for the elderly and/or their caregivers next week. The facility announced the details of Monday’s event in an email: When memory disorders begin to impact everyday life and overall safety, it’s time for answers. Join experts Anaga Kumar and Dara Burke for […]

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Livermore man sentenced in Ponzi scheme

Maynard Weldon Moreland, 50, was sentenced to 17 years in prison on May 26, 2010. He’d pleaded no contest in February to multiple counts grand theft, financial elder abuse and similar charges after being arrested a year ago for embezzling $2.66 million from his elderly clients. The Contra Costa Times said Moreland has been a Livermore […]

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