Shiloh Church, located at 3295 School St. in Oakland, will be celebrating 50 years of ministry in the Bay Area with a series of events Sept. 4-6.
What Keith Crawford remembers most of his late daughter Brittany is her caring, fearless spirit and zeal for life. Her presence would light up a room, he said.
Zimbabwe Davies is one focused individual who continues to spread positive energy along his journey. As a foster youth, his aunt Desiree Jeffery took him under her wing and gave him the support [...]
On Saturday, Aug. 8, the Golden Gate Village Resident Council presented a community celebration in honor of longtime activist Ocita Teal, who passed away on April 2, 2015 in Texas. An intimate gathering of [...]
A press conference was held Wednesday in Redwood City calling upon the administration of the Sequoia Union High School District to reverse the termination of Dr. Morgan Marchbanks, most recently principal of the East [...]
Hugo Yogi Pinell, born March 10, 1945 in Nicaragua and one of Black Panther George Jackson’s closest comrades, was killed Wednesday in New Folsom Prison near Sacramento.
Coach Ben Tapscott and a host of Mack alumni are mobilizing community-wide support to address the Oakland Unified School District and Superintendent Antwan Wilson on a campaign to keep McClymonds High School open. Alumni [...]
A group of national faith leaders in Ferguson for the one-year anniversary events of the murder of Mike Brown and Ferguson Uprising lament the continued assault on an already traumatized and hurting community.
Courtesy of Richmond Standard Congressman Mark DeSaulnier is urging the Federal Railroad Administration to enact regulations requiring that train cars carrying coal or petroleum coke products through Contra Costa County be covered.
By Wade Woods After several days of twist and turns, residents of the historic Frederick Douglas Haynes Garden housing complex could breathe a little easier after learning that their apartments would not be [...]