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Harbor Bay Plan on Hold

Mar 13,2014

Harbor Bay Isle Associates (HBIA) president C. Timothy Hoppen has confirmed that HBIA has asked the city to pause its controversial application to build 80 luxury homes where the Harbor Bay Club now stands on Packet Landing Road. "We just said, ‘That’s enough,’" Hoppen said Monday.

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Church Supports Workers

Mar 06,2014

Alameda County Industries (ACI), the company that provides trash pickup service to the Island City, has found itself in the middle of a labor dispute.

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Beloved Dance Instructor Passes Unexpectedly

Jan 16,2014

The Alameda performing arts community is mourning the sudden and tragic death of a dance instructor. Alameda High and Dance 10 Performing Arts Center Instructor Bryant Cash-Welch died unexpectedly last Thursday, Jan. 9, of a heart attack.

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Become a CERT Volunteer

Jan 09,2014

The Alameda Fire Department (AFD) is hosting its first Citizens Emergency Response Team (CERT) training for 2014. Enrollment is now open for the six-part program, which will begin on Saturday, Jan. 25. 

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Sulaiman Hameed played with the Alameda Hornets this past season.

AHS Student Will Play Ball at Washington State

Jan 09,2014

Alameda High School student Sulaiman Hameed accepted a college football scholarship to Washington State University (WSU) Monday, Jan. 6. The high school senior chose the Cougars over offers from Arizona State and UNLV.

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Traffic from Alameda heads into Oakland via the Webster Tube. Alameda’s traffic is expected to spike as Alameda Point develops and Oakland will begrudgingly have to absorb the impact.

Alameda, Oakland in Fight over Traffic

Jan 09,2014

nd’s city attorney sued Alameda over plans to redevelop Alameda Point. In the suit, his office claimed Alameda’s analysis of the proposed development’s impacts failed to adequately study and propose solutions for the traffic it would pump into Oakland’s Chinatown neighborhood.

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