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.
The City of Oakland has released new police stop-and-search data showing that African Americans make up 62 percent of the people who were stopped by the Oakland Police Department during an eight-month period last year, [...]
The Powerful Women of the Bay 5th Annual Awards Luncheon was held at Wedgewood Banquet Center at the Metropolitan Golf Links in Oakland. Mistress of Ceremonies Barbara Williams commanded the crowd of more than three [...]
The Oakland Raiders – FB Marcel Reece WR Rod Streater, CB Taiwan Jones, P Marquette King and LS Jon Condo – participated in the first ever We Day California, celebrating youth’s commitment to community service [...]
The Greenlining Institute was created 21 years ago to fight against the practice of denying economic opportunities to people of color. Continuing its mission, it is now going to transform and renovate the former Bank [...]
The city is celebrating recent reports that Oakland residents have been employed for over 50 percent of the total number of hours worked on the Army Base project since the development started in September – [...]
The city’s Workforce Investment Board (WIB) has approved spending $200,000 of federal jobs money to hire a part time staff person to coordinate the Mayor’s Summer Jobs Program and to support the work of nonprofit [...]
More than 150 people attended a public hearing to air long simmering frustrations and disputes over systemic failures of the city’s Workforce Investment Board (WIB) to adequately spend federal money to meet the needs of [...]