Friday, January 19, 2018
The Rotary Club of Walnut Creek has launched its second annual Wheelchair Project, which provides all-terrain wheelchairs to needy, disabled children and adults in Central America. Wheelchairs are purchased through the nonprofit Wheelchair Foundation (Danville, CA) and shipped by ocean container to...
In a capper to a pretty wild week here in the 24/680 we learned that most of our neighbors were vacationing on one or another of the normally tranquil Hawaiian isles when informed that missiles targeting their hotels would...
UPDATE: On January 13 at approximately 12:45 p.m., Walnut Creek Police Department Public Services Officer Miranda was on routine patrol in the area of the Safeway located on South Broadway and Mt. Diablo Blvd. PSO Miranda had prior knowledge...
From the Town of Danville:  Over the next two weeks, Danville homeowners will be receiving notifications asking them to renew their alarm system permits as the Danville Police Department has partnered with a new company to manage the permit and...
We know many people are frightened of the topic, preferring to kick the can of our inevitable decline down the road or not to address it at all. But it is a reality we accept, and we wanted to...
Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS) will conduct its annual count of homeless county residents at the end of January. CCHS’s Division of Health, Housing and Homeless Services (H3), its community partners and volunteers will document both sheltered and unsheltered...
Managers of the landmark Rheem Theatre in Moraga let their marquee say it all Sunday night. The movie house has operated on a shoestring despite the continued generosity of its fans but dwindling finances and rising costs doomed the local...
Bay Area residents and law enforcement agencies are battling mobile crews of package thieves picking off parcels almost as quickly as they arrive on the addressee's doorstep. One such crew demonstrated how easy it is to make off with the...
Backers of Moraga's landmark Rheem Theatre are announcing the last curtain for the grand old Neon Lady this Jan. 7, saying the operation as it stands is not an economically feasible model. Here's a post from their Facebook page this...
A strong, sharp temblor wakened many in the 24/680 early Thursday, interrupting sleep for thousands at approximately 2:39 a.m. and checking in at an estimated 4.5 magnitude. Emergency services agencies took preventative measures, moving firefighting apparatus outdoors and taking stock...

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