Lafayette artist rises from ashes to create new works inspired by local landscapes
When your home catches fire and you lose everything, including your life's work of paintings, it might be hard to imagine recovering from such a devastating loss.
But recover is exactly ...By Kara Navolio
Lafayette hills remains IDd; longtime mystery solved
Skeletal remains discovered on a Lamorinda ...By Cathy Dausman
Upper Happy Valley Road work nears completion, but more to come
Residents who have become used to the delays and the slow, bumpy crawl over steel trench plates on Upper Happy Valley Road can look forward to some smoother rides in the near future.
By Pippa Fisher
'Aging By Design': the 9th annual Senior Symposium is set for Aug. 5
Lamorinda residents will soon have the ...By Pippa Fisher
Conflict of interest in commissions is causing trust issues in Lafayette
The integrity of Lafayette's boards and ...By Pippa Fisher
Renovation work to start on new police building
After some initial delays, work will be starting soon on the renovation of the new Lafayette police station.
The Lafayette City Council unanimously approved a contract to Sausal ...By Pippa Fisher
Troops honored as families gather for picnics and great music
Blazing sunshine and sizzling heat didn't stop a large crowd showing up July 15 at Lafayette Reservoir to express their gratitude to the troops and especially to those Gold Star families whose loved ones have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
By Pippa Fisher
Lafayette Police Blotter
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Lamorindans react to the EBMUD water rate hike
Proving once again that no good deed goes unpunished, customers of the East Bay Municipal Utility District, who cut water usage nearly 20 percent during the drought, will pay 18.25 percent more for their water over two years through June 2019.
By Nick Marnell
Total devastation in Lafayette Circle fire
A discarded cigarette on a restaurant patio likely caused the explosion and fire that ripped through the Lafayette Chamber of Commerce building, fire officials said. In minutes the fire wiped out more than 40 years of Lafayette history, completely destroying an iconic ...By Nick Marnell
Lafayette Juniors raise $60,000 for local nonprofit charities
The Lafayette Juniors raised $60,000 in the last 12 months for local nonprofit organizations. On June 1, the Lafayette Juniors awarded the funds to Contra Costa Interfaith Housing, Alternative Family Services, The Taylor Family Foundation, and Trinity Center in a ...Submitted by Rachelle Lara
Community mourns Miler Gloor Magrath, longtime Lafayette business owner
Miler Gloor Magrath, who for over 40 years ...By John T. Miller
Lafayette Plaza rocked by Lamorinda Idol finalists
Crowds enjoyed the evening sunshine and the musical sounds of Lamorinda's finest young musicians, packing the Plaza on a recent Friday night as many of the 36 soloists and 10 groups selected as finalists for the Lamorinda Idol Competition performed at the Lafayette ...By Pippa Fisher
County Planning Commission OK's Saranap Village; Board of Supes next
Before an overflow crowd of more than 200 ...By John T. Miller
Leigh Creekside Park is as controversial as ever
More than 50 meetings later, the controversy around Leigh Creekside Park remains as acrimonious as ever with many residents questioning the fairness of the focused Environmental Impact Report.
By Pippa Fisher