1. Updated Vote Count Adds to Measure D's 'Yes' Lead
After holding an incredibly small lead on Election Night, it now appears that Measure D, the $260 million facilities bond, is more likely than not to pass after an updated vote count on Friday.
Measure D now has 55.62 percent of the "yes" votes compared to 44.39 percent of the "no" votes. The measure needs 55 percent of the "yes" votes to win.
The new counts adds 3,384 votes to the results posted on election night. The current tally is 29,602 "yes" votes to 22,410 "no" votes.
The original count had Measure D holding on to an even slimmer lead, with 55.19 percent of the votes in favor.
2. Newcomer Morgan Will Join Incumbents on Danville Town Council
In the race for three seats on the Danville City Council, the two incumbents won re-election with challenger Renee Morgan edging out Bob Nealis for the third spot.
You can read more about Morgan here.
3. Paragon Outlets Ignites Livermore
The outlets are open!
Shopper from around the East Bay descended on Livermore for the opening on Thursday.
The new outlets center is the latest attraction to the Livermore Valley, which already boasts a deep wine country, a thriving downtown and a booming technology hub.
4. Video: San Ramon Valley Cruises by Antioch 66-0 (Monte Vista Falls to Pittsburg)
San Ramon Valley cruised into the quarterfinal of the North Coast Section playoffs with a 66-0 victory over Antioch.
Things didn't go as well for Monte Vista, which lost to Pittsburg 44-14.
5. Election Results for all Local Races
Click the above link for a summary of all the local election results.
In the San Ramon Valley school board race, incumbent Greg Marvel and newcomer Mark Jewett were elected, defeating Dwight Winn.
In the fire district race, incumbent Matthew Stamey was elected along with newcomers Jay Kerr and Gordan Dakin, who was the top voter-getter.