On the Main Island between Grand and Hibbard streets sits a one block long road known as “Ellen Crag Avenue” if you read the street signs. A crag is defined as a steep cliff or rugged rock face. Not exactly a common sight in Alameda. So what is going on?
Update p. II — June 13
The Alameda County Registrar of Voters Office released its third primary results update on Monday, June 13. The major change in the third iteration is the Measure B race.
On June 3, Encinal High School (EHS) students participated in a walkout advocating for nationwide gun control in the aftermath of mass shooting events last month in Buffalo, NY and Uvalde, Texas. Demonstrators marched from EHS, at 210 Central Ave., to City Hall — about 2.8 miles away.
Twin Towers United Methodist Church Pastor Emily Lin found a unique way to memorialize the 21 victims who died in a domestic terrorist incident Tuesday, May 24, at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas.
Students at Alameda High School (AHS) are in the early stages of a pilot program they hope will lower the amount of single-use plastics used by students during lunchtime.
Fed up with the amount of trash generated around campus during lunch, a group of AHS students decided to act.