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Published on November 9th, 2022
Council discusses HCD response following first review of draft Housing Element
Planning Director Greg Wolff, during a ...By Lou Fancher


Published on November 9th, 2022
Slipping through the cracks: Lafayette renters struggle to stay afloat
Hamza Houcher has held jobs delivering pizzas for Round Table, assisting at the Chevron station and working at the Lafayette Post Office. Now, Houcher has put down temporary roots in a one-bedroom rental unit that he shares with his wife and baby for $1,600. If Houcher ...By Sharon K. Sobotta


Published on October 26th, 2022
Every kid's dream - a new toy store opens in Lafayette
The toy store chain known as Five Little Monkeys has opened its seventh store in Lafayette (3527 Wilkinson Lane in La Fiesta Square), taking up residence in the space formerly occupied by Cake Box Bakery. The company's other locations are in Albany, Berkeley, ...By Vera Kochan


Published on October 26th, 2022
Lafayette Police Blotter
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Published on October 26th, 2022
Newsom signs important legislation into law
Both Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan and ...By Jennifer Wake


Published on October 26th, 2022
Lafayette Res Run strengthens relationships between businesses, community & schools
More than 2,300 runners and walkers made their way through downtown Lafayette bright and early Sunday, Oct. 23 for the annual Lafayette Res Run for Education.
Sandeep Patath pa ...
By Sharon K. Sobotta


Published on October 26th, 2022
Get a jump on Halloween at Lafayette's 'Trick-or-Treat Street' event, Oct. 28
Costumed children ages 9 and under and their parents/caregivers are invited to come downtown to trick-or-treat at local participating Lafayette businesses on Mt. Diablo Boulevard from Plaza Way to Dewing Avenue, Lafayette Circle and in La Fiesta Square from 4 to 6 p.m. ...By Jennifer Wake


Published on October 26th, 2022
Jay Lifson, Lafayette's 'Energizer Bunny' retires
Most Lafayette residents have come across Jay Lifson, whether they know it or not. Perhaps they just know the friendly guy with the huge smile in a tie-dye T-shirt. Or maybe they've noticed someone in an orange vest leading a team of volunteers, schlepping traffic ...By Pippa Fisher


Published on October 26th, 2022
AUHSD forums address candidate funding, academic excellence
Acalanes Union High School District school board candidates recently met for two election forums. The first candidates' night was held on Oct. 14 at the Del Valle Education Center in Walnut Creek. It was co-sponsored by the League of Women's Voters Diablo Valley, the ...By Sora O'Doherty


Published on October 12th, 2022
Oasis Cafe reimagined by the next generation
After a four year hiatus, 19-year-old Niala Alam, a student at Diablo Valley Community College with aspirations of studying nursing and her 17-year-old sister Yasmin, a high school senior who plans to study art and design, jumped at the chance to bring Oasis Cafe, a ...By Sharon K. Sobotta


Published on October 12th, 2022
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Published on October 12th, 2022
Upcoming Lamorinda Election Forums
Opportunities for local candidates in the ...By Jennifer Wake


Published on October 12th, 2022
30th Annual Lafayette Res Run for Education returns Oct. 23
The Lafayette Res Run for Education will celebrate 30 years on Oct. 23 with an in-person run through downtown Lafayette. Participants can choose from the traditional 2-mile fun run/walk, the 5K along Mt. Diablo Boulevard, the 10K route, which takes you around the ...By Jennifer Wake


Published on October 12th, 2022
Hundreds gather for School Board Candidate Forum
A few hundred people gathered at Stanley Middle School on Oct. 3 hoping to learn the views of the six Lafayette School District board candidates. Unfortunately three of the six candidates declined to attend.
By Sharon K. Sobotta


Published on October 12th, 2022
Local students push council for resolution to reduce auto idling
Three team leaders from Project Earth: Idle-Free Lafayette - Raini Chugh (president); David Siu (secretary); and Lauren Brekke (treasurer) - appeared before the city council Sept. 12 to request a resolution to implement no-idling initiatives in Lafayette in an effort ...



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