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Published on July 21st, 2021
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Published on July 21st, 2021
Rheem Theatre welcomes excited movie-goers back inside
Ah, the smell of freshly buttered popcorn popping that wasn't made in your home's microwave. Yes, the COVID mandates have loosened further, and movie theatres have opened their doors wide, just in time for the summer blockbuster season.
By Vera Kochan



Published on July 21st, 2021
The Valle Vista subdivision - Moraga's own Lost City of Atlantis
More than 100 years ago there existed an area of land known as Subdivision No. 3 called Valle Vista. Originally owned by the Moraga Company, which is famously recognized as the agricultural firm responsible for the town's early pear and walnut orchards, Valle Vista ...By Vera Kochan


Published on July 21st, 2021
Town sends opposition letter to MOFD board regarding possible fire flow tax rate hike
The Moraga Town Council at its July 14 ...By Vera Kochan


Published on July 21st, 2021
The food trucks are back for Hacienda Nights
It was a breezy evening with a slight chill in the air, but that didn't stop folks from coming out to the first of two Hacienda Nights on July 15.
The popular food truck event is held ...
By Vera Kochan


Published on July 7th, 2021
'Midsummer Synergies' comes to Moraga July 14
The Moraga Art Gallery presents a new summertime show, "Midsummer Synergies,"˙open from July 14 to˙Sept. 19, featuring the vibrant creations of two Lafayette artists: ceramicist Donna Arganbright and Danguole Rita Kuolas, a printmaker and etching specialist.˙˙
Submitted by George Ehrenhaft


Published on July 7th, 2021
Moraga Police Blotter
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Published on July 7th, 2021
Exercises in Moraga train area firefighters and reduce flammable fuels
In late June a controlled burn at the John Muir Land Trust's Painted Rock property in Moraga served the dual purpose of reducing fuels that might feed a wildfire and providing an opportunity to train firefighters from around the Bay Area. Moraga-Orinda Fire District ...By Sora O'Doherty


Published on July 7th, 2021
25A Orinda Way about to break ground and, unfortunately, a newly repaved street
Just as the Orinda City Council was about to approve a contract for the repaving of the entire length of Orinda Way, the developer of 25A Orinda Way announced that they are about to break ground on the project. Developer Paul Ugenti won approval from the council in ...By Sora O'Doherty


Published on July 7th, 2021
Friends succeed in raising more than $500K; purchase of Moraga Adobe assured
The Friends of the Moraga Adobe have raised more than enough funds to meet the $500,000 price to purchase the adobe. The Friends will take title to the building, restored by developer J&J Ranch in September and will continue fundraising with a goal of funding a ...By Sora O'Doherty


Published on July 7th, 2021
Moraga renegotiates Mulberry Tree Preschool lease agreement
The Mulberry Tree Preschool, founded by Robert and Victoria Felton, has been operating since 1972 on land leased from the state of California that was originally intended as part of the Highway 77 right-of-way. With the incorporation of Moraga in 1974, the property ...By Vera Kochan


Published on July 7th, 2021
ALERTWildfire cameras give Lamorinda first responders the edge during fire season
The concept of cameras located on mountain peaks, taking real-time videos of local topography in order to alert fire crews to a potential disaster, sounds like an idea that should have been invented ages ago. In fact, the ALERTWildfire cameras have only been around ...By Vera Kochan


Published on July 7th, 2021
Town agrees to reformatted Wedgewood Weddings lease agreement
Issues concerning some aspects of the lease agreement with Wedgewood Weddings, previously discussed during the June 9 town council meeting, sent staff back to the proverbial drawing board to make adjustments that were more beneficial to Moraga and its residents. Major ...By Vera Kochan


Published on July 7th, 2021
Local residents asked to reduce water usage
As if more than a year of a pandemic and staying home wasn't enough, Lamorinda residents now find themselves in the midst of a drought brought on because, according to East Bay Municipal Utility District Board President Doug Linney, we just ended "the driest year on ...By Diane Claytor



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