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The wearable twinkling holiday lights, decorations and tree lighting ceremony are among many traditions during the city's official holiday kickoff.
Walnut Creek revved those engines for the. More than 100 cars were entered in the fall Las Lomas Classic Car Show, with proceeds going to benefit the senior classes' "All Knighter Safe & Sober Graduation Night."
A box found in a parking lot in downtown Lafayette on Tuesday morning after being reported stolen initially sparked fears about radiation but was later determined to contain underground radar equipment, authorities said.
A box labeled "radioactive" that was found outside a Lafayette car repair shop this morning, causing a brief scare and road closures, had been stolen from a Walnut Creek business on Monday night, a Contra Costa sheriff's spokesman said.
As my turn as mayor rotates to a close, I want to thank you all for your responses to my columns.
That's in my town. It's across from a diagnostic lab where blood/urine, and yes r-active samples are dropped off on a routine basis.
On Monday morning, a series of Victorian tea lunches will continue at the Shadelands Ranch house, 2660 Ygnacio Valley Road.
On Monday evening, a night of star gazing will be presented. The Mount Diablo Astronomical Society will bring telescopes to the amphitheater in the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, 3941 Mt.
It didn't matter that the event wasn't held at the summit this year. More than 200 people came out Saturday afternoon to honor the survivors of the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Community recognition for his volunteer work aimed at drawing attention to younger-onset Alzheimer's has been like a good breeze for Lou Bordisso of Vallejo.
There was no snow on Mount Diablo on Saturday morning but don't let that fool you.
One man's vision of the perfect final resting place -- nestled among the picturesque and rolling hills of Tassajara Valley -- is living proof in San Ramon that one man's idea of heaven can be another man's hell.
Both daytime and overnight temperatures were well below normal for much of the week with lows in the mid 20s in some areas.