While my desire to be a lawyer was a mere dream, it became real on the day that my family and I lost my childhood home.
A traveling version of the popular exhibit, The Griots of Oakland – Voices from the African American Oral History Project, will be shown at McClymonds Youth & Family Center (Alternatives in Action), Alliance Academy and [...]
Nearly two-dozen students from McClymonds High School and Oakland Community Day School were treated to lunch at the Oakland Raiders facility on Tuesday given recognition for their academic and behavioral accomplishments.
Students at McClymonds High School now have access to computer programs designed to help them stay on track for graduation and college thanks to a donation from The Safeway Foundation of 2,000 Netbook Mini computers [...]
A singer at the age of three and performing by the time she was 6-years old, Oakland-bred songstress Netta Brielle always knew that her dream of one day taking the stage as a solo artist [...]
The East Bay Warriors (EBW) Pop Warner Football and Cheer Organization has qualified to attend the national championship competition in Orlando, Florida and plans to go if the organization can raise the money for 120 [...]
Paul Cobb, publisher of the Post News Group, has announced the appointment of Thomas W. Angelo as an advisor to the Stockton Post. Angelo says he looks forward to the challenge of making the Post [...]
As the old Bay Bridge closed and construction teams worked over Labor Day weekend to prepare for the opening of the new span, a number of teenagers were among those who worked tirelessly to help [...]
Local writer Robert “Fleetwood” Bowden is making his debut as a director, working on a new documentary on McClymonds High School’s championship girls’ basketball team. McClymonds High’s girls’ team has become a powerhouse. During the [...]