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Rheem center renovation: cosmetic changes could go a long way
In a time where brick-and-mortar retail is hurting and traditional downtowns are suffering, Jay Kerner, owner of Moraga's Rheem Valley Shopping Center, will invest in and renovate a mall that has been left untouched for 30 years.
By Sophie Braccini

Moraga Police Blotter
April 11 to 25

Local experts try to predict Lamorinda's retail future
Restaurants, along with spas and salons, may be the key to Lamorinda's retail success in the future because they are "internet proof" and inherently require the presence of the customer.
By Victor Ryerson

School access is the No. 1 concern for Canyon residents
The closure of the Canyon bridge may present an inconvenience to Moragans seeking a traffic-free route to Oakland, but to Canyon residents, the closure poses a serious life safety issue.
By Nick Marnell

Canyon bridge closed indefinitely
When the Canyon bridge closed quickly and surprisingly on the evening of April 18, it impacted more than just drivers in local communities. Currently, not even pedestrians or bicyclists are authorized to cross the bridge that commands one of the only five exits out of ...By Sophie Braccini

Congressman rips Donald Trump and his policies at Lafayette Town Hall
From his opening remarks through the questions he took from the audience, Democratic U.S. Congressman Mark DeSaulnier pounded President Donald Trump unmercifully at the Lafayette Town Hall April 12. "The most dangerous person in the world is not a terrorist, but the ...By Nick Marnell

Transportation tax, Trump highlight Glazer-Baker Lafayette Town Hall
California's new $52 billion transportation funding bill cast a large shadow over the Steve Glazer-Catharine Baker Lafayette Town Hall April 3 as demonstrators waved signs demanding its passage, speakers questioned Glazer over his stance and the cohost missed the ...By Nick Marnell

Former Moraga firefighter takes on a massive challenge as East Contra Costa County chief
Brian Helmick, the interim Fire Chief of the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District, never imagined that he would work in fire service.
Helmick starred in football, baseball and ...
By Nick Marnell

Rheem Center Study Session
The Moraga Planning Commission and Design Review Board will hold a joint study session on the Rheem Valley Shopping Center from 6 to 7 p.m. Monday, April 24 in the council chambers and community meeting room, 335 Rheem Blvd. in Moraga

EBMUD, parks district under town scrutiny regarding Moraga landslide
Every month the Moraga Town Council reviews ...By Sophie Braccini

Group holds anti-war protest at Moraga Commons
Members of Indivisible Moraga braved a chilly north wind at the Moraga Commons April 13 and held a protest in tandem with nationwide vigils called by the organizers of the Women's March for the people of Syria. "We stand with their suffering," said protester Dolores ...

Full-day kindergarten to start in Moraga
Beginning next fall, Moraga School District ...By Sophie Braccini

Town of Moraga mulls tax for storm drain repair
Moraga has started preliminary work to ...By Sophie Braccini

Moraga Police Blotter
March 22 to April 11

Tim Rojas is Moraga's Employee of the Month
Tito Rojas, a long-time painter and shift supervisor at Mark Bellingham Painting, has been named the Moraga Employee of the Month for February.
Rojas has been working on local homes for ...
Submitted by Kevin Reneau

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