Mission Peak Regional Preserve might be among the Bay Area’s busiest parks, but it has some of the best-maintained trails, thanks to students at Irvington High School in Fremont.
The Alameda County Citizens Academy is accepting applications for its Fall 2015 class. Formerly known as the Alameda County Leadership Academy, the Citizens Academy is a six-session interactive program that provides insight to [...]
Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter and the San Leandro City Council announced the Engineering & Transportation Department will be hosting a community outreach meeting to discuss parking issues in the downtown area.
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 [...]
By Anne Brice The Campanile clock tower is UC Berkeley’s North Star. At 100 years old and 307 feet tall, it’s a landmark everyone knows and trusts. But what happens when the [...]
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.
The City of San Leandro invites the public to an evening of classical Indian dance with the Shri Krupa Dance Company, in celebration of Indo American Heritage.
Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter and the San Leandro City Council announced that San Leandro’s new publically accessible Wi-Fi system is set to go live on Wednesday, July 29. To celebrate the occasion, Mayor [...]
Congresswoman Barbara Lee introduced legislation this week along with Congressmen Tony Cárdenas (D-CA) and Keith Ellison (D-MN) that could make solar energy more accessible to low-income families.
Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter and the San Leandro City Council announced that the San Leandro Public Library has been awarded a sixth consecutive Big Read grant. A program of the National Endowment for the [...]