Courtesy of UC Berkeley News Sixty-one underserved middle-school students from schools in Berkeley, Oakland, Richmond and Albany danced their hearts out Thursday, July 30, in the finale of Cal Performances’ 14th annual Berkeley/Oakland [...]
The oldest known living graduate of McCylmonds High School, Inez Gray-Harvey, 100, was honored last Saturday, July 25, at the centennial celebration of the “School of Champions,” held at the Sequoyah Country Club in [...]
Members of the city’s Funding Advisory Committee (FAC) voted on their recommendations for the allocation of $955,000 in city funding to provide grants for individual artists and arts organizations in Oakland. <
Recent efforts by the Oakland Police Department to increase the numbers of African American officers have resulted in meager results in the hiring and retention of Black officers, according to a report submitted [...]
A new report released by the City of Oakland indicates that the police department is still falling short in efforts to diversify its force of sworn officers.
Post News Group Editor Chauncey Bailey was murdered Aug. 2, 2007 at 7:30 a.m. in downtown Oakland while walking to work to meet Post Publisher Paul Cobb.
UrbanCore Development, LLC has released a statement Wednesday, July 29 in response to recent inquires about our response to the City of Oakland issuing a Notice of Intent and Offer to Convey Property for [...]
By Juan Martinez Part III Oakland resident Kevin Kelley is on a mission. He is dedicating his life to diversifying the sport of lacrosse and to help students in the Oakland Unified School [...]
Special to the Post When you mention the California Highway Patrol (CHP), most people either think about episodes of the television series CHiPs from the 1980s or patrol duties on freeways.
Urban Core Development has lost it financial backer after the City of Oakland agreed to seek a new bid for the property at East 12th Street by Lake Merritt. The developer is now seeking [...]