Seeking to preserve the environment, the Port of Stockton, in partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is now using sand dredged from its ship channel to [...]
San Francisco, CA – Making the playoffs in recent years has been easy for the Forty-Niners. But this year it’s different, every game at this point of the season is a must win. San Francisco’s [...]
On Dec. 1, 1955, when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white male passenger on a city bus in Montgomery, Alabama, she became a pivotal symbol of the Civil Rights Movement. She [...]
The Greater Richmond Interfaith Program (GRIP) has launched its First Annual Countdown to End Hunger in Richmond—a campaign to raise $20,000 in support of its emergency shelter and soup kitchen.
Beginning Nov. 29, the stories of African Americans in aviation history, and what they had to overcome, will be part of the special exhibition “Black Wings: American Dreams of Flight” opening at The Haggin Museum, [...]
Now that the Oakland City Council has approved the $25 million, 17-acre development to build a parking and services center for trucks adjacent to the Port of Oakland, the project seems like an obvious win [...]
When Dr. Ramona Bishop was chosen in 2011 to be superintendent of the Vallejo Unified School District, she wanted to make sure schools are safe and supportive environments.
Chaka Grayson and the Marin City community are still waiting to hear the results of the investigation led by the Novato Police Department and Marin County District Attorney’s Office of the shooting of Grayon by [...]
Davion Henry Only, 15, seems to have gotten the short end of the stick. Born in prison, and raised in foster care all of his life, he lives in a foster home with 12 other [...]
By Sandre Swanson and Chris Lytle, Oakland Tribune The city and Port of Oakland have been working for several months with a group of independent truckers who face a Jan. 1 deadline to replace their [...]