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Marines Sponsor Toys for Tots

Nov 17,2020

Marine Corps veteran Joe LoParo (right) stands with Navy and Pearl Harbor veteran Mikki Ganitch, who was two weeks shy of 101 in this recent photograph. Ganitch was serving aboard the USS Pennsylvania on Dec. 7, 1941, when the ship was docked in Pearl Harbor.

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Clowning on Park Street

Nov 12,2020

Kenny the Clown fashions a balloon for one of his fans last Saturday on Park Street. Many shops and restaurants remain closed in Alameda. Kenny arrived at Park Street and Alameda Avenue, set up his famous bubble machine and entertained children young and old.

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Shooter Arrested

Nov 05,2020

A suspect in last week’s reported carjacking and attempted murder has been identified, according to an Alameda Police Department (APD) report.

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Celebrating Halloween: 2020 Style

Oct 29,2020

With no Trick or Treating allowed this year, Alamedans, young and old, can still enjoy the many homes decorated for the season throughout the Island City. Not to be missed is Dan Balsam’s annual polcitical statement at San Antonio Avenue and Union Street.

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Bicycle Group Wants Bike-Pedestrian Bridge for West End

Oct 22,2020

Bike Walk Alameda (BWA) is advocating to get a proposed bike-pedestrian bridge connecting west Alameda and Downtown Oakland implemented into Caltrans and Alameda County Transportation Commission’s (ACTC) proposed Oakland-Alameda accessibility plan.

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Alamedans Pitch In

Oct 20,2020

Local residents join letter writers across the country

More than 100 Alamedans have written 30,000 letters with personal messages to voters urging them to cast their ballots in our national election by Nov. 3.

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Two ferries moored at the terminal on May 12 during testing of power-operated passenger ramps.

Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal Completed

Oct 13,2020

The Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal was completed in August, but the opening is on hold until ferry ridership from the Alameda Main Street Terminal to San Francisco is on the upswing.

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