Week in Review: Loss of Brian Beasley, Attempted Robbery, Presidential Debate

Some of the stories that made news this past week in Dublin

Loss of Brian Beasley: Memorial services were held for Dublin resident Brian Beasley, age 57, who died on September 29, 2012. The memorial was held in Danville at the Saturday, Oct. 6 at 11 a.m. at the East Bay Fellowship in Danville.

Janet Liang Funeral: Funeral services were held for for Janet Liang, who died in September after a three year battle with leukemia. The services were held on October 6 at 10 a.m. at the Pathway Community Church Dublin and were open to the public and all who knew Janet.

"Unsafe" house to be cleaned up: A home in Pleasanton deemed "unsafe" to inhabit by city officials has been given to a court appointed receiver, to be rehabilitated and brought "up to code" to prepare it for sale. In the court order, the house has been deemed a "public nuisance" and is in violation of many municipal codes along with numerous health and safety codes. Read the full story here.

Attempted robbery: Pleasanton Police are searching for two men who attempted to rob the Chase Bank at 5800 Stoneridge Mall Road. The two suspects ordered everyone to the floor, jumped the counter and tried to get cash from the cash drawers. Both suspects fled without any money. Do you recognize these men?

Presidential debate: The first Presidential debate between President Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney was held on Wednesday. Patch held a debate watching party for local community leaders. Have you taken our poll on who you think won the debate? Watch our video with local reaction and Californians' thoughts on the debate. The next debate is Oct. 16.

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Blog of the week: How 'Bout Those A's?

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