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.
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The City of Alameda is notifying residents to not be alarmed if they see smoke or hear sirens blaring at the Webster and Posey Tubes (State Route 61) the night of Wednesday, June 15. The smoke and sirens will be due to a drill by the Oakland and Alameda fire departments.
California Congresswoman Barbara Lee held a press conference Friday, June 3, at the Veterans Court Seawall on Bay Farm Island to highlight one of several East Bay projects that will receive Federal funding for upgrades.
The Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) reenacted the mask mandate for most indoor public settings starting Friday, June 3. The announcement was made the day before on June 2.