By Ned MacKay The East Bay Regional Park District is holding two Youth Job Fairs this month to highlight the wide variety of employment opportunities available in the summer and near future for youth [...]
As Nevada approved a $750 million for an NFL Stadium ostensibly for the Oakland Raiders to move to Las Vegas, workers in Sin City have held protests on the Las Vegas Strip [...]
Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan is donating $17,000 from her office budget to Alameda Meals on Wheels, a locally funded, seven-day-a-week program, to fund services for homeless veterans who are referred by Operation Dignity.
The Oakland City Council this week unanimously approved a feasibility study to establish a public bank that would operate in the public interest, giving low-interest loans to small and medium-sized businesses and help fund affordable [...]
By Kathleen Maclay, UC Berkeley News Have you applied for and received a rebate from California’s clean vehicle incentive program? If so, odds are you live in a high-income neighborhood and not one with a [...]
The next Post Salon, Sunday, Dec. 4, will discuss two important question: What would a Public Bank mean for Oakland, and how should Oakland go about picking a new schools’ superintendent?
A free, award-winning job training program that prepares local residents for high-paying careers in industrial facilities has opened for registration, with classes starting Jan. 23 and ending June 20, 2017, according to Chevron Richmond, which [...]
Oakland manufacturer Key Source International has been presented with the Association for the Healthcare Environment (AHE) Innovation Award, sponsored by American Hospital Association, in recognition of its smart keyboard, designed to aid in the control [...]
The City of San Leandro is projected to save $2.1 million over the next 13 years by refinancing $15.8 million in existing bond debt. The refinancing supports the council’s first goal “to place the [...]
The dispute over Oakland’s new cannabis regulations is fundamentally an argument over fairness. Does equity require that the city’s cannabis business licenses be granted to the “pioneers” who came to Oakland to set up [...]