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5 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
It's been a year of accomplishment for the town -- the implementation of pavement repair funded by Measure K and various major community repair, renovation, administrative and partnership accomplishments -- and Mayor Dave Trotter was more than happy to point them out.
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9 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
Lafayette police Sgt. Dan Nugent, right photo, gives instructions to Contra Costa County firefighters during an active-shooter training exercise at Acalanes High School in Lafayette on Nov. 27. The firefighters joined about 35 police officers from Lafayette, Orinda, Moraga, Walnut Creek and the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office in the training, ... (more)
10 hrs ago | Patch.com
As you plan your weekend here are some of the events in the Lamorinda area happening from Thursday afternoon to Saturday evening.
Temperatures in the East Bay are expected to dip well below 40 degrees over the next few nights.
If the life of 23-year-old Bay Area native Ilan Benjamin was a screenplay, it might read as improbable.
The term "density bonus" in urban planning might seem to be an innocent expression used by architects to explain how they can build more units on a given building site than existing zoning ordinances might allow.
The Danville-Alamo-Walnut Creek chapter of the American Association of University Women will present its Holiday Home Tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13, and Saturday, Dec. 14. Tickets are $30, and seniors 65 and older are $25, if purchased before Dec. 6. Thereafter, they are $35 and $30, respectively.
They spring up this time of year and sometimes people aren't even how the tradition got started or who does it.
As you plan your Thanksgiving holiday weekend, here are some of the event happening from Friday to Sunday in Lamorinda.
Back in April, BART was riding high on the railroad of public opinion. An independent scientific poll found that 75 percent of Bay Area residents, not just riders, had favorable opinions of BART and would support new taxes to benefit the transit system.
A plan to bring life back to the old Lafayette library building is moving forward, after city leaders approved this week buying the property from the county.
Many families are preparing their homes this week for Thursday's Thanksgiving dinner.
Freeze Warning for Contra Costa County was issued at December 05 at 12:42PM PST