By Clifford L. Williams With sincerity and heartfelt passion, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott Kings’ eldest son, Martin Luther King lll, addressed an attentive audience at Allen Temple Baptist Church Saturday, drawing [...]
The Clippers have already clinched a playoff berth and secured the third spot in the Western Conference standings. The Dallas Mavericks are still in a fight but gave themselves some breathing room after defeating Los [...]
The Oakland Post was denied a place at the table at a Mayoral Candidate Public Safety Debate this week presented by Metropolitan Greater Oakland (MGO) Democratic Club and a group that calls itself Make Oakland [...]
A plan to build a new A’s stadium on the downtown Oakland waterfront just west of Jack London Square is drawing opposition from major port-related companies that fear a stadium could undermine industrial and transportation [...]
Work on a portion of developer Phil Tagami’s Army Base project has come to a halt – now going on for four weeks – because the Port of Oakland has raised concerns about the quality [...]
Mayor Anthony Silva’s recent announcement that he would no longer speak to the certain media outlets has raised concerns of transparency. If the may only speaks to those outlets he sees fit, what message does [...]
The Stockton Branch of the National Association For the Advancement Of Colored People (NAACP) will host its Annual Religious Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, April 5, 2014 at the Robert Cabral Agricultural Center, 2101 E. Earheart [...]
Civil Rights Attorney Pamela Price is running for California State Assembly in the 15th Assembly District which includes Northern Alameda County and Western Contra Costa County. Cities of the 15th Assembly District include Albany, Berkeley, [...]
Port officials and local residents broke ground this week on the Crosstown Freeway Ramp Expansion Project at the Caltrans Maintenance Yard in Stockton, which will divert traffic away from the Boggs Tract community.
Qualified Richmond residents will be given priority when it comes time to hire construction and other workers for Chevron’s proposed $1 billion refinery modernization project, according to an agreement announced this week.