Alameda police are looking for missing person John Nelson Beck. (Alameda Police Department)
Alameda police are trying to locate missing person John Nelson Beck.
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The Alameda Unified School District will offer full-day kindergarten in the fall. (File Photo)
The Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) plans to offer a full-day kindergarten program at its elementary schools starting in the coming 2016 to 2017 school year.
Continue reading School District to Offer Full-day Kindergarten This August
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is accepting applications for paid internships. (Metropolitan Transportation Commission)
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) is now accepting applications for paid summer internships throughout the nine-county San Francisco bay area.
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CHP Explorer felony traffic stop exercise. (California Highway Patrol)
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) is holding an open house for young adults ages 15 through 21 who may be interested in becoming a CHP Explorer.
Continue reading California Highway Patrol to Hold Explorer Program Open House in Oakland
Vacancies persist on city committees. (File photo)
The City of Alameda is soliciting applicants to serve partial terms with the Commission on Disability Issues and the Rent Review Advisory Committee.
Continue reading Partial Term Openings On Two City Committees
“Colors in Nature” by Fran Estrada.
The Frank Bette Center for the Arts has two outstanding calls for artists working in photography and on canvas.
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Alameda Mayor Trish Spencer has closed her local campaign committee for the time being. (File Photo)
The treasurer for Mayor Trish Spencer’s campaign committee for her 2014 election run has sent committee termination documents into the Secretary of State offices in Sacramento.
Continue reading Mayor Files Campaign Committee Termination Statement
The Alameda firefighters union political action committee starts the year with just over $28,000 in the bank. (File Photo)
The end of January was the filing deadline for second-half 2015 campaign statements. The Alameda firefighters union, a dominant force in local politics for several years now, heads into an election year with $28,647 in the bank.
Continue reading Firefighters Union Political Committee Starts Election Year With Just over $28,000
The Alameda Free Library will host a live streaming event with author Jill Shavis. (Twitter)
The Alameda Free Library will host a live streaming visit with romance novelist and New York Times best-selling author Jill Shalvis.
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The site of the September 2014 Park Street fire has been razed in recent weeks. (Action Alameda News)
Once accused, but then cleared, of starting a number of fires in and around Park Street in September, 2014, Stephen Petersen has pleaded guilty to possession of obscene matter, law enforcement sources say.
Continue reading Cleared of Arson Allegations, Stephen Petersen Pleads Guilty to Possession of Obscene Matter