The East Bay Regional Park District is offering outdoor day camps for kids and youth at a number of convenient locations. Park’N It Day Camp takes place in a different Regional Park each week, [...]
From the City to Silicon Valley, from North Bay to East Bay to South Bay – local Audubon chapters are voicing strong support in their communities for a ballot measure that will restore one of [...]
On April 4, we celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King even as we marked the 48th anniversary of his assassination. On April 5, voters will go to the polls in the Wisconsin primaries, [...]
The Greenlining Institute and a coalition of diverse groups representing electric vehicle service providers, environmentalists, electric vehicle drivers, automakers, community choice aggregators, and labor unions joined with Pacific Gas and Electric yesterday to submit a [...]
Assemblymember Tony Thurmond (D-Richmond) and the members of the California Legislative Black Caucus has honored Ms. Betty Reid Soskin, 94, a Richmond resident and the nation’s oldest full-time park ranger.
Decenas de líderes religiosos del área de la bahía, incluyendo representantes de las comunidades Bautista, Judía, Católica Romana y Episcopales, se reunieron en las escalinatas del ayuntamiento el martes, reuniéndose en contra de la posibilidad [...]
Citing health and environmental threats posed by increased coal shipments in and out of California, Senator Loni Hancock on Friday introduced four proposed laws to restrict exports of the pollution-inducing fuel source.
By Arthur Delaney, Huffington Post Days after Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) apologized for toxic tap water in the city of Flint and accepted the resignations of multiple state officials, the U.S. Justice Department [...]
By Margaret Gordon and Brian Beveridge Local businessmen Phil Tagami, Omar Benjamin and Jerry Bridges are on the wrong side of history as they pursue the construction of a coal export terminal at the [...]
A newly formed group of local pastors made a powerful appearance before the Oakland City Council Tuesday evening, Dec. 8, to speak out in favor of a maritime project that will bring long-awaited jobs and [...]