Tag Archives: Oakland Raiders

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Raiders Win On and Off Field, Visit Patients at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Following the Oakland Raiders 27-20 win at Cleveland on Sunday, [...]
Raiders Pro Football Hall of Famer Willie Brown (center) helped present a $200,000 field surface grant to help install a synthetic turf surface at the Elmhurst Campus in East Oakland. From left to right:  Raiderettes Marcy and Morgan, OUSD Board of Education President James Harris, Alliance Academy Principal Stacey Wyatt, Visit Oakland CEO Alison Best, Elmhurst Community Prep student Damian Warren, Raiders Pro Football Hall of Famer Willie Brown, Elmhurst Community Prep Principal Kilian Betlach, Alliance Academy student Tavita Halatoa, East Bay Asian Youth Center Executive Director David Kakishiba, Marsha Murrington of Bay Area LISC, Raiderettes Kelly and Kindra. (Photo courtesy of Tony Gonzales/raiders.com)

Oakland Raiders, LISC Award $200,000 Grant to East Bay Asian Youth Center

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot.   The Oakland Raiders and Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), [...]
Oakland Raiders defensive back T.J. Carrie (38) joins Sam Williams, and Raiderettes Monica B and Courtney in speaking to students at Oakland’s Fremont High School in conjunction with the “Banking On Our Future” program as part of U.S. Bank/Operation Hope’s Financial Literacy event. PHOTOS COURTESY OF TONY GONZALES/RAIDERS.COM.

Oakland Raiders Speak with Students About Financial Literacy

Students at Fremont High School learned the importance of money management from two men with ties to both the Bay Area and the Oakland Raiders.   Oakland Raiders player T.J. Carrie and former player Sam [...]
The City of Oakland's proposed 800-acre “Coliseum City” is designed to rise upon Oakland’s existing Coliseum site and 550 acres of adjacent land on the other side of I-880. The plan includes nearly 6,000 units of housing, three hotels, over 500,000 square feet of retail space, and nearly 7 million square feet of science, technology, office, and industrial space.

Coliseum City Project Should Benefit Oakland Residents, Say Local Groups Mayor Schaaf does not support building sports arena in business park

At least three local organizations and coalitions are pushing to make sure that the Coliseum City project – if it comes to pass – will provide economic and social benefits to the people who live [...]
Artist drawing of Coliseum City.

Coliseum City Could Cost Oakland 8,000 Jobs

Whether the proposed massive Coliseum City project would manage to save any of Oakland’s three major sports franchises is uncertain.   There are a lot of questions in the air about where the A’s and [...]