Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour in Contra Costa, Alameda counties highlights California's roots
40 gardens are pesticide-free, water-conserving, provide habitat for wildlife, and contain at least 60 percent native plants
Letters to the Lamorinda Sun -- A few other facts about Rossmoor; liberalism an 'overprotective parent'
Adjustments to Rossmoor story I enjoyed reading Deborah Burstyn's Rossmoor 50th anniversary story in the (Sept. 19) Journal. May I offer two corrections?
LAFAYETTETown Hall's 'Wonderful Life' opens Dec. 6"It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play" is Town Hall Theatre's next production beginning its formal run Dec.
Lamorinda Briefs, Nov. 28 -- SMC Chamber Singers/Glee Club; Lafayette community holiday celebration; a snow-filled 'wonderland' in Orinda
LAMORINDA$4,000 scholarships for high school studentsThe Central Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority is offering up to three $4,000 college scholarships for local high school students in an attempt to help high school campuses meet the 75 percent recycling, composting or source reduction waste goal
Ray Chavez/StaffCampo girls win NCS team titleCampolindo High's girls team took an early lead in the Division III girls race at the North Coast Section cross country championships at Hayward High on Nov.
Lamorinda Around The Horn: The Acalanes High football team loses shootout to Analy in the North Coast Section quarterfinals
Bay Area Youth Sports -- Registration open for Winter Break Multi-Sports Camp for boys and girls, ages 5-12. Dec. 21-31 from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at Wilder Field #2, 101 Wilder Rd.
Season's screenings: TV plans blizzard of holiday programs
Deck the halls and rev up the DVR. A veritable blizzard of holiday-themed fare is about to blow into your television sets.
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Creed's Scott Stapp says he's homeless and broke
The singer’s wife claims in divorce papers he also dealing with meth addiction and psychiatric issues.