Naval Air Station-Alameda gained notoriety as a refuge for the endangered California Least Tern when the base closed in 1997. More than 500 acres were dedicated to protecting the terns’ adopted nesting site next to a runway formerly used by jet aircraft.
The International WeLoveU Foundation (WeLoveU) is partnering with the East Bay Regional Parks District (EBRPD) to perform a cleanup event at the Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline Sunday, May 22.
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.
Students at Encinal High School took part in two walkouts Friday, May 6, in protest of the potential decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the constitutional right to abortion, allowing individual states to more heavily regulate or even ban the procedure.
City staff is asking community members to participate in the first round of stakeholder engagement for the Clement Avenue/Tilden Way Improvement Project.