Aug. 29, 2015, marked a decade since Katrina, one of the deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States, made landfall in southeast Louisiana. Thirty colleges on the Gulf Coast were affected [...]
The San Leandro Main Library, located at 300 Estudillo Avenue, will host its first “How To” Festival on Saturday, Sept. 19 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
San Quentin State Prison is taking emergency medical steps after six inmates have been diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease, a severe and sometimes deadly form of pneumonia, while dozens more are under observation.
The City of San Leandro announced that it will be hosting a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month on Saturday, Sept.12, beginning at 2 p.m. in the Main Library’s theater at 300 Estudillo Ave.in downtown [...]
The City of San Leandro announced that it is moving forward with amendments and updates to its Rent Review Ordinance. In order to help inform that process, the city will host a community [...]
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 [...]