Six high-schoolers from Alamedabased charter school Nea brought home the top prize at Pioneers in Engineering (PiE) competition held April 27 and 28 at the Lawrence Hall of Science. The Nea robot, "BRIX JR," built by the students with the help of volunteer advisors, went undefeated in a series of skill-based challenges designed by the College of Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, where the competition was held. The team from Nea and its alliance team from Oakland Tech placed in the top category, besting more than 20 other high schools.
The Naval Air Museum at Alameda Point hosted the Army and Navy Women's Club last monthly meeting as its members celebrated the club's 100th birthday.
An El Cerrito man was transported to Highland Hospital after receiving six stab wounds during a brawl involving 40 to 50 people outside Scobies Sports Grill & Bar last Sunday morning, according to police reports.
The Alameda Fire Department (AFD) is preparing to expand the non-emergency transport services it provides to Alameda Hospital patients who need rides to appointments and other health-care facilities.
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