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County Eases Masking Rules

Nov 24,2021

Sun Staff Reports

In a Nov. 18 press release, the City reminded residents that masks are required in all indoor public places for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, with limited exceptions.

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A Day to Remember Those Killed

Nov 24,2021

Bike Alameda hosted a Safe Streets Rally and Memorial Ride on Sunday to honor the four people kill by drivers in collisions so far this year: Fred Zehnder, Cleofas Guzman, Nickolas Bianchi, and Wilma Chan. In the photograph above they are stopping at Fernside Boulevard and Cambridge Way.

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Here we go again

Nov 24,2021

Dennis Evanosky

Just after 11 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 20, a driver of an SUV heavily damaged the fence that defines the entrance to Lincoln Park.

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Astra Celebrates Success

Nov 23,2021

Alameda-based Astra Space Inc. completed its first commercial orbital rocket launch Friday, Nov. 19, at its Pacific Spaceport Complex in Kodiak, Alaska.

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Two of Alameda’s streets honor early 20th-century writers. Pictured on the far left is George Sterling. Jack London is seated second from right. This week we’ll look into Sterling Avenue on the East End. The street has an interesting connection to the Pond family and Alameda Hospital. Next week, we’ll meet Jack London, who lived in Alameda when he was a wee lad. Pictured with Sterling and London are writers Mary Austin and Jimmie Hooper.

A Pair of Alameda Streets Recall Writers

Nov 17,2021

Two of Alameda’s streets honor early 20th-century writers. Pictured on the far left is George Sterling. Jack London is seated second from right. This week we’ll look into Sterling Avenue on the East End. The street has an interesting connection to the Pond family and Alameda Hospital.

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