Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was sworn in as president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors. Outgoing president Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, appointed her as head of the nonpartisan organization during the 83rd annual four-day [...]
San Francisco, CA – The Giants returned home to an unusual schedule. They flew from Washington, D.C. this morning to San Francisco to start a six-game homestand. Once arriving to the ballpark, the announcements of [...]
Over 300 community members rallied before Galería de la Raza, an art gallery in San Francisco’s Mission district, on Wednesday where an LGBT mural depicting two gay couples and a Latino trans man has been [...]
Amid the rainbow-clad crowds cheering at this year’s San Francisco Pride Parade arose a mass of Black Power fists. They belonged to the Bay Area contingent of #BlackLivesMatter, an organizing network comprised of an intergenerational [...]
By Quenajonay Frazier, Green & Gold Fremont High will no longer be Fremont High after next year — it will be called Innovation School of Oakland. This change is one of many outlined [...]
The City of Oakland’s Youth Advisory Commission, which serves as a liaison between local policymakers and young people, recently released recommendations on improving relations between local law enforcement, the communities they police and the city’s [...]
Fremont High School in East Oakland has shut down its award winning school newspaper, the “Green & Gold,” which has been training young writers and reporting school news for the past 104 years.
Oakland, CA – The Mariners scored five runs in the eighth and never looked back. Four players hit two-run homers after only mustering two hits in Thursday night opener. Seattle’s 9-5 victory over the A’s [...]
The Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, a historic Oakland landmark that has been shuttered and vacant for a decade, will undergo a transformation as the City Council is expected to vote next week on which [...]
An Alameda County judge has issued a temporary restraining order requiring the Oakland City Council to reopen public access to the second-floor galleries overlooking the council chambers.