Lafayette hills remains IDd; longtime mystery solved
Skeletal remains discovered on a Lamorinda ...By Cathy Dausman
House fire in Moraga
Moraga-Orinda Fire District firefighters put out an early morning, single-alarm blaze at a residence on Corte Amigos in Moraga July 14. The fire was contained to two rooms and extinguished in 15 minutes.
Moraga is stuck with its dire finances
Many Moraga residents are feeling frustrated ...By Sophie Braccini
Roundabouts take shape on St. Mary's Road
Roundabouts are some of the most misunderstood features on the road today.
According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, before a roundabout is constructed about 65 percent of the ...By Sophie Braccini
Moraga will streamline commercial permitting process
Moraga officials promised at a recent council meeting that it would take only three months to do what years of discussions could not achieve: streamlining the commercial permitting process. It took the determination of a property owner and the persuasion of the Moraga ...By Sophie Braccini
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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
Rescue One marks its 40th year quietly helping to save lives
Few people know that the Moraga Fire District was the first fire district in Northern California to possess a fully equipped paramedic unit to serve the population's medical emergencies.
By Sophie Braccini
Moraga Troop 212 celebrates 10 new Eagle Scouts
Moraga Boy Scout Troop 212 presented its 54th Eagle Court of Honor on Sunday, April 30 at Moraga Valley Presbyterian Church to recognize the achievements of 10 new Eagle Scouts: Spencer Drennan, Evan Gabrielson, Paul Gannett, Calvin Gee, Chris Gonser, Brian Gross, ...Submitted by Siv Ricketts
Moragan runs half marathon to take Global Healing to its next phase
Doctor John Donnelly has never been afraid to reinvent himself in order to achieve what he believes is the right thing.
The Moraga resident was an immunologist who conducted research ...By Sophie Braccini
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Jay Ingram reflects on future challenges for Moraga Parks and Recreation
Moraga Parks and Recreation Director Jay Ingram left the town of Moraga after the Fourth of July festivities to take a new position in Pleasanton, where he will lead the much bigger community services department. Many in town expressed their sadness about seeing him go ...By Sophie Braccini
Moraga Town Council postpones local Poet Laureate decision
The members of the Moraga Town Council could ...By Sophie Braccini
Moraga declares fiscal emergency with thin budget
Moraga Administrative Director Amy ...By Sophie Braccini
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