Alameda News

Adults Cited in Youth’s Death

Nov 19,2015

Seventeen-year-old Clay Harding died on Nov. 23, 2014, after ingesting prescription drugs and alcohol at the Alameda home of Kathleen Perkins, 57, and her son Matt Arnstein. 

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Courtesy photo  USS Hornet’s new executive director Jill Knowland Rapposelli sits in the cabin door of a replica of “Helo 66,” the SH-3H Sea King that recovered the Apollo astronauts. The helicopter is painted in the same “66” livery as the original.

Hornet Taps New Executive Officer

Nov 19,2015

The USS Hornet announced that the floating museum has hired its first female executive director in the person of Jill Knowland Rapposelli. She will lead museum operations, educational programs and the ship’s capital campaign. A Piedmont resident, Rapposelli lives in Piedmont.

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Rees Jones Shows Off New South Course Design

Nov 19,2015

Renowned golf course architect Rees Jones was in Alameda on Tuesday, Nov. 10, to show the new Jack Clark (South) Course he designed to members of the City Council, the Park & Recreation Department and the Golf Commission.

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A Veterans Day Remembrance

Nov 06,2015

The following Veterans Day reflections were written by Alamedan lrv Hamilton, on Nov. 03, 2003. He deeply believed and was most patriotic when it came to his thoughts about our soldiers and the great services they have provided to our country. He passed away last Memorial Day. 

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