Top Stories in Special Sections
  1. The Sun Shines Everywhere

    The Alameda Boys made their annual trip to Spring Training in Phoenix Arizona.

  2. Many Trees in Town ‘Broom’ for Spring

    It’s spring, and the trees are brooming everywhere! (And, no, I didn’t misspell that word.) Many of Alameda’s street trees no

  3. Skyscraper a Disaster for Oakland, Alameda

      Oakland’s most beautiful, wild stretch of waterfront is about to go under the bulldozer. Notices have been

  4. Best to Buy Smaller, Older, Cheaper

    Robert Sullwold’s incendiary criticism of city hall and the firefighters union IAFF Local 689 (“City Stuffs Stockings for AFD

  5. Letters to the Editor

    Open letter to Oakland Summit Bank The Alameda Sun received a copy of this letter addressed to Shirley Nelson of Summit Bank in Oakland. Dear Ms....

Top Stories in Main Sections

  1. Point Moving Forward with Development Plans

    At last Tuesday’s meeting the city council considered a staff proposal to begin a major construction effort at the eastern entryway to Alameda...

  2. How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall?

    Alameda Community Learning Center sixth-grader Isabelle Brown-Lyden

  3. News in Brief

    Welcome Home, Stratton Friends and family were excited to greet their loved ones aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton as it returned home to...

  4. AFD Offers Safety Program for Seniors, Disabled

    The Alameda Fire Department’s (AFD) Safety Accessibility Program provides services to low-to-moderate income residents over 62 and to the...

  5. City’s Own Power Company Receives National Recognition

    Just 184 of the nation’s more than 2,000 public power utilities qualify for the American Public Power Association’s (APPA) highest degree of...

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