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Moraga seeking Citizen of the Year nominations
Do you have a person in mind for the Town of ...Submitted by Claire Roth



Moraga challenges EBMUD in year-old landslide incident
Despite the East Bay Municipal Utility ...By Sophie Braccini



Moraga warns consultant in Specific Plan project
As the town prepares a detailed zoning for ...By Sophie Braccini



Despite small surplus, asset replacement still a challenge
The town of Moraga continues to scramble to ...By Sophie Braccini



Moraga Police Blotter





Battering storms ravage Lamorinda
Storms with heavy rain and strong winds battered the Lamorinda area this month, causing widespread damage. In Orinda, there was a serious mudslide at Van Tassle Lane, resulting in one home being red-tagged and another being yellow-tagged.
By Sora O'Doherty




State Champions Honored by Moraga Town Council
Campolindo High School's magical run to the 2016 State Football Championship officially ended last month with a proclamation by the Moraga Town Council that Wednesday, Jan. 25, was "Campolindo Varsity Football Team Day" in honor of the team's Championship Game
Submitted by Red Smith



ESPN College GameDay coming to Moraga
The Saint Mary's Gaels will have a chance to escape from the shadow of their archrival before a national television audience as ESPN's College GameDay will make its first ever trip to McKeon Pavilion Feb. 11 for the Saint Mary's-Gonzaga West Coast Conference men's ...



Moraga man is Grammy nominee once again
Musical lightning strikes twice, as Moraga native Alan Ferber earned his second Grammy nomination, this time for Best Instrumental Composition for "Flow."
To say Ferber plays saxophone ...
By Cathy Dausman



Damage closes McCaulou's in Moraga
The McCaulou's department store in Moraga closed temporarily as of Thursday Feb. 2 because of rain damage. Store owner David McCaulou said that before reopening, the store will be remodeled and the roof repaired. McCaulou added that the rain will have to stop before ...



Moragan organizes protest against ban
President Trump's Jan. 27 executive order keeping refugees from entering the country for 120 days and immigrants from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yemen and Somalia out for three months prompted one Moragan to action.




Development heating up for the Moraga-Orinda Fire District
Fire Marshal Kathy Leonard runs the Moraga-Orinda Fire District inspection division and business is booming. "The growth is nice, but..." she said, and as she dug through her drawers of files and maps and pulled out two 4-inch thick environmental review documents for ...By Nick Marnell



Moraga seeking Citizen of the Year nominations
Do you have a person in mind for the Town of ...Submitted by Claire Roth



EBMUD put on the spot for failure to address landslide on Augusta Drive
Moraga pedestrians used to be treated to a ...By Sophie Braccini



Moraga Town Council meets to determine '17 goals
Moraga Town Council's annual goal setting exercise was more creative this year than ever, opening new conversations about both topics and methodology, but did not lead to the gelling of a list. The process is resuming at an upcoming council meeting and may take more ...By Sophie Braccini



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