Ship carried passengers, crew ill with coronavirus
The cruise ship Grand Princess — carrying some 3,500 people from 54 countries with at least two passengers and 19 crew members suffering from the coronavirus disease — docked at Pier 22 at the Port of Oakland just before noon on Monday. The passengers included several Alameda residents. The isolated pier is not on the Oakland Estuary.
The Alameda County Registrar of Voter’s Office released another update of the March 3 Presidential Primary Election results on Monday, March 9. The Registrar and the Secretary of State’s offices have received 100 percent of the votes cast, but the final tally of votes is still to be determined.
The St. Joseph Notre Dame (SJND) women’s basketball team were crowned the inaugural North Coast Section (NCS) Open Division champions after defeating Cardinal Newman of Santa Rosa, 67-58, Friday, Feb. 28.
The Alameda County Registrar of Voter’s Office released its latest update of the March 3 Presidential Primary Election results on March 4. The Registrar and the Secretary of State's offices have received all 100 percent of the votes cast, but the final tally of votes is still to be determined.
Coast Guard Cutter Munro (WMSL 755) returned home to Alameda’s Coast Guard Island last Sunday after a 78-day deployment during which the cutter’s crew seized an estimated $115 million worth of cocaine from suspected smugglers in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. The crew patrolled known drug-transit zones in the Eastern Pacific between late December and mid-January, interdicting three suspected drug-smuggling vessels yielding a total of 6,680 pounds of pure cocaine.