Alameda News

(Above) Caspian Terns nest on a newly created island in the expanded wetlands on the southwest corner of Alameda Point. The species last nested on the Point in 1999.

 

photo by Barbara DiSalvo

Cranes and crews converged on Alameda’s lagoon lately in an effort to keep them clean.

Construction crews were camped out on the South Shore to begin work on the Alameda South Shore Lagoon Dredging Project last Monday, July 7.

Rhythmix nails first place four out of past five years

Organizers of the Mayor’s 2014 July Fourth Parade honor the most creative, exciting and energetic of the entries to the parade with trophies each year. Judges chose from among more than 160 entrants to the parade this year.

The LMS Band will be among the musical attractions of the annual Fourth of July Parade scheduled for tomorrow at 10 a.m. Sections of city streets will be closed, and closed to parking, in advance of the parade including: Lincoln Avenue, Park Street, Otis Drive, Grand Street, Encinal Avenue, Central Avenue and Webster Street. An estimated 20,000 spectators will view the parade, and the Ralph Appezzato Charity Event foot race at 9 a.m. along its more than three-mile route. For all the details see the order of march below and the official event program pdfs in this week's web edition.

Encinal High School

Jhunel Abellon, Maria Acosta, Tait Adams, Lachlan Addicott, Shariffa Ahmed, Emmal Ahmadzaoy, Carlo Alfaro, Ariana Alonso, Brooke Anderson, Stacie Aori, Jeremy Ardourel, Munkhjil Ariunbold, Zachary Bailey, Benjamin Paolo Baquiran, Jessica Barrett, Lawren Bartlett, Francis Bautista, Kendall Beering, Peter Bradas, Simone Bremond, Benjamin Briggance, Brianna Brown, Dashawnte Buress, Brian Cai, Emma Canalin, Lindsay Carnahan, Tyrel Carrigan, Eiza Cataquian, Jade Chan, Qian Chen, Yu Qiang Chen, Yin Hang Cheuk, Warisara Chiewpanit, Bobby Ching, Amber Chiu, Connie Chu, Karisa Coleman, Alyssa Corcino and Brea Cox Taylor.

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