San Leandro City Council this week unanimously approved the planning entitlements and development agreement for a, multi-phased, high-density Downtown Technology Campus. This project represents the first major office development under the city’s Downtown Transit-Oriented Development [...]
The City of San Leandro and Friends of San Leandro Creek have announced that the annual Earth Day and Watershed Festival take place on Saturday, April 12th at Root Park, located at East 14th Street [...]
Mayor Stephen Cassidy and the San Leandro City Council this week presented a check for $15,000 to the Boys and Girls Club to fund a connection to the Lit San Leandro broadband network.
The face of leadership is changing. More African American women are being represented in the political arena. They manage communications for state leaders, represent politicians in the State Assembly, and play a big role in [...]
Former Oakland A’s Pitcher Mike Norris is invested in promoting positive values and education. He released a new educational calendar that’s aimed at helping children learn subjects such as Math, Science, English, and Nutrition.
It’s tough and expensive to become a teacher. For most people in California it now requires five different standardized tests, a year of classes and six months of unpaid labor AFTER completion of the B.A.Now [...]
The Friends of the San Leandro Library organization will hold a Spring Book Sale, Saturday, April 5 in the Karp and Estudillo rooms of the San Leandro Main Library at 300 Estudillo Ave.
The 21st Amendment Brewery will open a production brewery, tasting room, full-service restaurant and event space in the former Kellogg Cereal plant at 2010 Williams Street in San Leandro.“We are excited to welcome 21st Amendment [...]
Local author Mitali Perkins will moderate a panel discussion about “The Namesake,” the 2014 Big Read novel, on Saturday, March 1 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the San Leandro Main Library Lecture Hall, [...]
Working students are the fastest growing part of the student population in the country because most people realize they need advanced credentials to create the life they want but cannot afford a traditional undergraduate or [...]