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It rained—get sandbags, Mariner Sq. Drive repaving, $5,000 scholarship, affordable housing, join the lighted yacht parade, and hate speech found at AHS. It rained in…
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EBRPD makes arrest, Alameda’s newest park, help the Hornet, and local shopportunities! Arrest made in 2020 Donald Stanifer murder investigation The East Bay Regional Park…
Holidays 2022: Festive Holiday Markets

Holidays 2022: Festive Holiday Markets

Shop local at holiday markets hosted by ICRA, Corica Park, Temple Israel, and PHOENIX. Alameda hosts many holiday markets—some benefit community organizations and others are…
Holidays 2022: Festivities Abound

Holidays 2022: Festivities Abound

South Shore kicks off the season! Plus toy drive, gift drive, yacht parade, and wreath making workshop. Thanksgiving is officially over. ‘Tis the season for…
Tonarigumi Dedication—Historic Markers Honor Alameda’s Japantown

Tonarigumi Dedication—Historic Markers Honor Alameda’s Japantown

On a beautiful fall evening in Alameda, 110 years after a Japanese immigrant community first formed here around 1912, a crowd gathered to pay homage…
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Encinal repaving to begin, monarch butterflies, CalKIDS college funds, and special guest at Left Field Dogs. Encinal repaving and improvements start soon  Caltrans will begin…
New City Manager Tapped

New City Manager Tapped

Jennifer Ott to return after a four year absence. Alameda has been without a City Manager since Eric Leavitt resigned in May of this year…
Final Alameda Election Results

Final Alameda Election Results

Jensen wins open Council seat, Measure E passes. Final Alameda election results have arrived after eleven days of counting. The Alameda County Registrar of Voters…
Guaranteed Basic Income Pilot Program Authorized

Guaranteed Basic Income Pilot Program Authorized

On November 15, City Council authorized the Interim City Manager to execute agreements to implement a Guaranteed Basic Income (GBI) pilot program that will provide…
Council Approves Housing Element

Council Approves Housing Element

3-2 Housing Element vote preempts potential litigation, fines, additional costs, and loss of State funding. On November 15, City Council approved the Housing Element (HE)…
Planning Board Approves 227-Unit Admiral’s Cove Complex, Expands All-Electric Building Reach Code

Planning Board Approves 227-Unit Admiral’s Cove Complex, Expands All-Electric Building Reach Code

2.6-acre area at Admiral’s Cove to be converted to multi-family building At its November 14 meeting, the Planning Board held a public hearing to consider…
Alameda Celebrates Bridges and Chan

Alameda Celebrates Bridges and Chan

Ruby Bridges visits namesake school; Wilma Chan Way dedicated. Students walk to school to honor civil rights icon Civil rights icon Ruby Bridges came to…
Updated: Alameda Election Results: Ashcraft, Daysog Reelected

Updated: Alameda Election Results: Ashcraft, Daysog Reelected

Update: 5:53 p.m. Thu. Nov. 17 New numbers today from the Alameda County Registrar of Voters—Unofficial Post Election Update #5—show the tallies moving closer to…
Navy to Lock Down PFAS in Groundwater with Carbon

Navy to Lock Down PFAS in Groundwater with Carbon

The Navy is ramping up plans to inject a state-of-the-art powdered charcoal product into PFAS-contaminated groundwater at Alameda Point according to an October 13, 2022,…
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Jets bring home trophies, bike theft prevention, Alameda Scouts food drive, and ‘A Christmas Carol.’ Encinal Junior Jets sweep volleyball championships The Encinal Junior High…
Updated: Alameda Election Results Trickle In, Slowly

Updated: Alameda Election Results Trickle In, Slowly

Latest batch only shows change in DA race. Updated Tuesday, Nov. 15, 6:45 p.m. Today’s release of counted ballots for Alameda County ROV’s Unofficial Post…
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Japantown markers debut, e-bike rebates available, and pinball classes for kids. First Japantown historic marker to be unveiled The first of four historic markers that…
Alameda Election Results - Nov. 10 Update

Alameda Election Results - Nov. 10 Update

No changes to races so far; more than 50% of Alameda County ballots yet to be counted. Alameda County Registrar of Voters released updated numbers…
November 8 Election - First Update

November 8 Election - First Update

Most statewide races decided; next local count to be released Thursday. Updated November 9, 6:15 p.m. The Alameda County Registrar of Voters released additional figures…
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Urgent need for pet fosters, new public art, Veterans Day celebration, Thrifty Kitty’s sale a success, ‘Radium Girls’ opens, and a memorial. Foster homes needed…
Dignity Village Groundbreaking Ceremony

Dignity Village Groundbreaking Ceremony

On October 25, 2022, the City of Alameda held a ceremony  to celebrate breaking ground for construction of Dignity Village on Fifth Street. City Council…
City Council Charts Changes

City Council Charts Changes

Votes to approve APD auditor and Grand Street plan, give names to three new parks. At its November 1 meeting, City Council took care of…
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Cross country at Crab Cove, Scout cleanup, paratransit survey, and gas-powered leaf blower ban. Alameda Asteroids host cross country meet at Crab Cove The Alameda…
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Scouts food drive, composting workshop, and road closures. Scouts annual food drive on November 12 Alameda Scouts will fan out across Alameda Island this Saturday,…

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