Caltrans is forming a new pedestrian advisory committee and looking for members.
Alameda’s history seems to be conveniently forgotten when discussing Alameda’s present. Zach Braff and Natalie Portman drive the point home.
Monday night, the City of Alameda Planning Board sat down to once again address issues surrounding holding a forum to discuss Measure A.
The Habitat for Humanity work party on Saturday was a blast. After 6 hours of hammering, hopefully the muscles that control my grip will heal so that I can pick up a pot of coffee again without fear of dropping it.
Heavy Rain would have canceled the Habitat for Humanity work day, but mother nature is being kind and the work party’s on.
Alameda Sun chooses to run with a letter to the editor that begins with a call to line up the city council and school board against the wall and shoot them.
Stop, Drop & Roll launches it’s new design on a new server…
City work day for Habitat for Humanity in Alameda…join in
The Renaissance Leadership Academy will have its first public hearing tonight at the board. There will be no vote for another month or so, but this is the time to gather information ahead of that time. I hope the…
It seems a little wrong to wish someone a happy MLK day. Though today is a celebration of his birth, this year being the 40-year anniversary of his death seems to make “celebration” a word that is out of touch.…