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The Alameda Boys made their annual trip to Spring Training in Phoenix Arizona.
It’s spring, and the trees are brooming everywhere! (And, no, I didn’t misspell that word.) Many of Alameda’s street trees no
Oakland’s most beautiful, wild stretch of waterfront is about to go under the bulldozer. Notices have been
Robert Sullwold’s incendiary criticism of city hall and the firefighters union IAFF Local 689 (“City Stuffs Stockings for AFD
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....
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The scandal involving California State Senator Leland Yee last week also involves an Alameda resident. Hon Kueng
The Red Cross clubs at Alameda’s high schools are currently raising funds for Nothing But Nets, a nonprofit organization
Benjamin Jenkins, Alameda resident of 20 years and veteran of the United States Marine Corps and United States Air Force,
Support the Food Bank The Alameda Food Bank is in need of volunteers to work in a fun, family-like environment giving daily help to Alameda...
The Alameda County Source Reduction and Recycling Board is seeking to fill an Environmental Educator vacancy. The appointee
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