News Roundup for #LoveLafayette – The Friday Lite Edition
Moraga Ponders Plan For Dual Roundabouts On St. Mary’s Road
Police Investigating Armed Home-Invasion In Alamo Thursday Night
One Year Later, Sheriff’s Investigators Still Looking For Danville Woman’s Killer
3 Cell Stores Robbed Back-To-Back In Pleasant Hill, Concord
Concord To Lose $3M Annually If SB1 Gas Tax Repealed: City
Paroled Bank Robber Accused Of Walnut Creek Robbery Attempt
ConFire to discontinue services for East Contra Costa Fire Protection District
More Speculation on When Transbay will Re-Open
How BART Cleans its Trains
City’s Legal Bills over Sinking Millennium Tower
Ongoing Skyscraper Earthquake Danger
San Francisco’s building codes are inadequate to deal with the aftermath of a large earthquake
Remembering Myron Konjoyan (1931-2018)
Lamorinda Arts Council Fundraiser Fires Up The Blenders Oct. 13
Little Fall Music Fest at Lafayette Library Oct. 13th
A Runner’s Mind Closes in Lafayette
Philz Coffee Opening Thanksgiving Week at Lafayette Mercantile
Cocina Hermanas Opening Mid November in Danville
Football Game Preview: Concord vs. Ygnacio Valley
Football Game Preview: Dougherty Valley vs. San Ramon Valley
Why De La Salle game vs. Monte Vista different this year
High school football: Bay Area games to watch this weekend
24 Bay Area Halloween pumpkin patches (and corn mazes)! for 2018
HOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION
Campbell City Council wants to ban scooters
Bicyclists say Caltrain bike plan isn’t good enough
California highways and bridges get a bad grade from the American Society of Civil Engineers
Self-Driving Cars Could Be Bad for Walkable Cities
Why are WIMBYS in the Public's Crosshairs?
Worried about CalPERS? Three new laws could protect workers, governments.
San Mateo officials weighing revenue-boosting measures
Pensions Now Depend On Bubbles Never Popping (But All Bubbles Pop)
The California wine industry is a big winner in Trump's new trade deal with Canada and Mexico…Story.
Gas-tax repeal made California ballot because of GOP. Then GOP walked away…Story.
San Diego receives $14.1M in new state homeless program… Story.
San Francisco Magazine primed to be gutted, shifted away from news focus…Story.
Is PG&E going too far in cutting trees for fire safety? A Sacramento group says yes…Story.
THAT OTHER LAFAYETTE
Community Celebrates First-Annual Marquis de Lafayette Day in Downtown
A romance novelist took her stories too literally. Nancy Crampton Brophy, who wrote the essay “How to Murder Your Husband,” has been charged with fatally shooting her spouse
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Are you ready for Moraga’s roundabouts on St. Mary’s Road? See Local News, above.
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