Julia Bonin, a third grade teacher at Millsmont Academy, 3200 62nd Ave, knew she had to be creative in establishing a mechanism to impact the lives of her students beyond the confines of a classroom.
Eltyna McCree, a downtown Oakland business owner for the past 35 years and owner of boutique Underground Treasures, 1701 Webster St., is being forced to close.
Unite4Good and Bright Future International (BFI), organizations that look to provide resources for underprivileged youth, have partnered with Berkeley Youth Alternative and other non-profits to kickoff its ‘Act of Kindness’ initiative this holiday season by [...]
Oakland, CA – The quarterback controversy is over. But the offensive struggles still remain. Neither Matt McGloin nor Terrell Pryor have solved the ongoing issues that have stifled this offense. Week fourteen is upon us [...]
Odessa White, a Seventh-day Adventist and educator, died on Nov. 23. She was 91. Born Dec. 23, 1920, she was a native of Wharton, Texas and her husband Benjamin White, was a native of Navasota, [...]
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 [...]
By Sandre Swanson and Chris Lytle, Oakland Tribune The city and Port of Oakland have been working for several months with a group of independent truckers who face a Jan. 1 deadline to replace their [...]
Councilperson Desley Brooks and Sports Agent Aaron Goodwin are looking for 100 young people to join them for an afternoon of Holiday Cheer at their 6th Annual Holiday Party. Each youth will also receive a [...]
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 [...]
Alicia Zakon recently self-published a new book of poetry, “Laundry and Love Notes,” utilizing crowdfunding to raise $10,000 she needed to make her dream a reality.