Last Week in Danville and Alamo: Earthquake, CVS Loot Discovered and Missing Woman Found

A look back at top stories covered from Aug. 21 to 27.

Wondering what happened around town last week? Here are a few of the top stories we covered:

Readers shared their thoughts about a solar panels project at five San Ramon Valley schools. The $25 million project, while designed to save the district money, has negatively impacted some residents. Read more about the project and leave a comment.

A magnitude 3.6 earthquake shook the East Bay last Wednesday morning just minutes before 10 a.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. There was also a quake Tuesday. .

$8,000 worth of stolen cosmetics, shampoo and other CVS items were found at a home in Danville. Police arrested two people last week in connection with the recovery of 15 CVS bins filled the merchandise. .

Alica Pulver, a 2004 Monte Vista High graduate, was found after family and friends were searching for her for over a week. A Facebook page aided in the search. .


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