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2022 – Mouf's Year in Review and a Donation Request

Bear’s-Eye View of Alameda for January 1, 2023 Happy New Year! Before starting this first report of the New Year, I want to just mention…

News Briefs

Staying healthy this winter, Posey Tube closure, solar lanterns for Ukraine, and new local music. Take steps to combat the COVID-Flu-RSV triple threat This holiday…

News Briefs

Masks are back, a loud crosswalk glitch on Encinal, AFD’s new fire boat, nominate AUSD teacher of the year, plus water and energy news. Masks…

Two Birds From Alameda

Catch up and keep in touch with Brice on Instagram or join at twobirdsfromalameda.com for early access and more.

Managing Your Brain Age

The stress from COVID has made your brain age faster. As a personal trainer, I’ve told clients not to worry about their chronological age. It…

City Council Approves Aquatic Center, Ends Pandemic Rent Control

New aquatic center On October 18, City Council voted to proceed with a City Aquatic Center on the west side of Jean Sweeney Park. The…

News Briefs for October 19, 2022

Kids’ story time, decarbonization plan, new boosters, spooky festivities, used book sale,  and free internet. Story time with Constance Moore Books, Inc. at 1344 Park St. welcomes…

Mayor Ashcraft's October Updates

We’re showing our Pride Join Alameda’s LGBTQ+ community, friends, and allies as we celebrate our inaugural “Pride in the Park” this weekend. Enjoy family-friendly activities…

News Briefs for August 26, 2022

Give blood, celebrate High Holy Days in person, COVID cancels Hamlet, longer Food Bank hours, local theft arrests, and road resurfacing starting soon. Save a…

BA.4 and BA.5 Omicron Sub-Variants Now Dominant

Why are there so many new Omicron sub-variants, like BA.4 and BA.5? Will I be reinfected? Is the virus mutating faster? Authors: Sebastian Duchene, The University…

News Roundup for July 1, 2022

July Fourth parade, no Measure B updates, APD finds body, and more. July Fourth Parade on Monday Alameda’s annual July Fourth celebration will start Monday…

Advice for the Class of 2022

Excerpts from Mayor Ashcraft’s commencement address to Alameda High School’s Class of 2022. Congratulations to the Class of 2022! On June 9, I attended commencement…

Updated Masking Guidelines; OAK Noise; A Conversation About Housing; City Hall Landscaping

News Bites for June 24, 2022. County Masking Order Ends, City Strongly Recommends Masking Indoors Alameda County issued a statement today [PDF] announcing the end…

Indoor Mask Mandate Returns to Alameda County

As of 12:01 a.m. today, June 3, masks are again required in most indoor settings. Yesterday, the Alameda County Health Care Services Agency issued a…

Here’s What We Can Do

Alameda’s Mayor responds to the tragedies in Uvalde and Buffalo with actions we can take. Uvalde, Texas and Buffalo, New York – words can’t capture…

Pre-Pandemic Policies to Return

There has been a lot of progress in the fight against the spread of COVID infections, leading some to start returning to their pre-pandemic policies.…

Indoor Masking Mandates Lifting Feb. 16

In alignment with the State, the Bay Area counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma, and…

Alameda City COVID-19 Booster Clinic and Updates

The City of Alameda will be holding a free COVID-19 Booster Clinic on Saturday Jan. 29 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Pfizer and Moderna…

Free At-Home COVID Tests Available, Launch Disrupted by Address Issue

Today, the federal government launched its program to allow all US residents to order at-home COVID-19 tests to be shipped to their homes for no…

Omicron Dictates New Masking Requirements for Alameda

As of 12:00 a.m. today, December 30, 2021, the Alameda County Health Care Services Agency Public Health Department issued updated requirements for masking to prevent…

New CA Mask Guidelines Issued. What Do They Mean for Alameda?

Due to the recent rapid proliferation of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, new masking guidelines went into effect today for the State of California. These…
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