Alameda County has reactivated its Disaster Relief Fund to enable its approximately 9,600 employees and people in the community to voluntarily donate funds to benefit the victims of the horrific shooting last week in San [...]
By Levi Rickert Native News Online Fourth-grader Alex Fierro, a member of the Wukchumni (Yokut) tribe, proves one person’s action–or lack of action–can make a difference. He is already at his young age a [...]
The City of Alameda has been in the spotlight in the past few weeks after it declared a housing crisis state of emergency, which includes a temporary freeze on rent increases and blocks evictions.
Courtesy of Daily Mail The country’s oldest living World War II veteran was given a hero’s welcome on his first ever trip to Washington, D.C. At 110 years old, Frank Levingston has seen [...]
The East 12th Wishlist Design Team, supported by the neighborhood coalition Eastlake United for Justice, has submitted a proposal to build a 100 percent affordable housing development on the contentious East 12th Street Remainder parcel [...]
The National Stroke Association has honored Cal State East Bay’s Aphasia Tones Choir with its 2015 Raising Awareness in Stroke Excellence (RAISE) Award for “Most Creative” program. </
Courtesy of the Richmond Standard Salesian seniors Minyon Moore and Jordan Hobson have signed letters of intent to play for NCAA Division 1 basketball teams, the school announced Friday.
Courtesy of the Richmond Standard A Richmond baseball academy is raising funds to send local youth on an all-expense trip to Havana, Cuba next spring. This past weekend, more than 80 kids ages [...]
By Nikolas Zelinski A 65-day moratorium on rent increases and evictions recently passed by the Alameda City Council will not be enough to curb a housing market crisis, according to the Alameda Renters Coalition [...]