Week In Review: Out To The Reservoir

Did you miss some of the stories from Lamorinda Patch earlier in the week?

These are among the best-read stories of the week on Lamorinda Patch.

Egypt got its democracy. And now the Lafayette Reservoir is busting out some chalk democracy, with strollers marking their votes for an earth-tone color to adorn the stamped-brick walkway over the dam.

Orinda City Councilman Steve Glazer went out front of the field by announcing his candidacy for Assembly, hoping to succeed Joan Buchanan who will find a different job in 2014 because of term limits.

Political speech at the Rheem Center, strange lights in the garage and a McDonald's bag delivery containing methamphetamine. It's all there in the Moraga police log.

The images are arresting from a home security camera in Orinda, showing an organized group of burglars ringing the bell to see if anyone's home and then forcing the door.

Sheila Jordan February 03, 2013 at 06:12 PM
I'd love to see an article on our local authors. We have quite a few and one, Joelie Pehanick, has just come out with her epic historical novel on the politics of Reno, Nevada in the late 1920s and early 30's. Famous (or infamous) criminals headed to Reno to get in on the action and Ms. Pehanick has captured that intrigue and excitement in her book. Her father played a key role in bringing some of these criminals to justice - a very exciting and inforative novel. An interview with her would be a good additiion to the Patch.


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