The City of Alameda is hosting an open house for the public to meet developer finalists for two sites at Alameda Point.
The City of Alameda is hosting an open house on September 29th to give members of the public a chance to meet developer finalists for two parcels of land at Alameda Point.
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“It takes a village to raise a child.” That concept drives my participation in educational governing decisions at Nea Community Learning Center.
Continue reading Daniel Davenport voted as Nea Governing Board parent member for 2014-2016
Alameda City Council asked former city council candidate Jeff Cambra to facilitate a community discussion about rental cost issues in Alameda.
Alameda City Council swerved in the road Tuesday evening enroute to launching a task force to study rental costs in Alameda.
Continue reading City Changes Course on Rental Cost Task Force
The median sale price of existing single-family homes in Alameda County rose to $732,220 in August, up 11.9 percent from August 2013, and up 1.3 percent from July, the California Association of Retailers said yesterday.
Continue reading Alameda County Median Home Price Rises
The Alameda school district is on track for back-to-back deficits.
The Alameda Unified School District is on track for its second financial deficit in as many fiscal years, officials say.
Continue reading School District Projected to Have Back-to-Back Deficits
Bob Rollins. (Courtesy photo)
An Alameda local has been recognized with a California Legislature Assembly Resolution, recognizing his volunteer work with the Alameda Police Department as a child safety seat coordinator.
Continue reading California Legislature Recognizes Local Volunteer
An early morning traffic accident snarled Interstate 880 for hours this morning.
A traffic collision in the wee hours this morning on Interstate 880 sent nine people to local hospitals and fouled traffic in both directions for hours, the California Highway Patrol said.
Continue reading Traffic Collision Jams Interstate 880 Traffic Just South of Alameda
Donna Layburn, president, Park Street Business Association. (Action Alameda News)
Roughly 70 people attended a reception at Rhythmix Cultural Works on Friday evening to launch the unveiling of community-produced art that now decorates 10 Alameda Municipal Power utility cabinets in the Park Street area.
Continue reading Rythmix Cultural Works Hosts Reception to Launch Powerbox Art
Ken Loach. (Courtesy photo)
The Alameda Public Affairs Forum will screen “The Spirit of ’45″ tomorrow at the Alameda Free Library. The film chronicles events in Britain at the end of World War II, including the creation of the National Health Service.
Continue reading Alameda Public Affairs Forum to Air U.K. Health Care Documentary Tomorrow
The City of Alameda has proposed establishing a rent task force to study the high costs of living in Alameda. (File photo)
The City of Alameda is moving forward on a proposed task force to study and report on the state of housing and rental pricing in Alameda.
Continue reading City of Alameda to Form Rental Cost Task Force