Alameda

New Ordinance Protects Tenants

Apr 02,2020

Jane Smith works as a server at a restaurant and rents an apartment in Alameda.  Up until March, she was financially stable and paid her rent using her salary and tips.  Things changed, however, when the COVID-19 pandemic struck the nation, including California.

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Local Arrested for Murder

Mar 31,2020

An Alameda man was one of three alleged suspects arrested for the fatal shooting of a man on the 3000 block of 16th Street in San Francisco on March 16. 

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Kids Touch Donor’s Heart

Mar 26,2020

Alameda Unified School District Board Member and local Realtor Anne McKereghan displays what she calls “the best thank-you card ever.” McKereghan adopted Ms. Cheren’s class at Paden Elementary School through Alameda Education Foundation’s Adopt-A-Classroom program.

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Courtesy photos &nbsp&nbsp Isabelle Brown-Lyden performing “Kol Nidrei” by Max Bruch with Andrew Nguyen accompanying on the piano.

Brothers Raise Funds for Homeless Remotely

Mar 26,2020

A pair of brothers who grew up in Alameda, Patrick and Andrew Nguyen, just organized their fourth benefit show, showcasing performances by local music and dance students. The performers represent: Dance Arts Project, Bay Area Music Project, St.

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Measure A is Approved After Final Results Tally

Mar 24,2020

The Alameda County Registrar of Voters Office released the final update of the March 3 Presidential Primary Election results on Tuesday, March 24. The Registrar and the California Secretary of State’s offices have received 100 percent of the votes cast.

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County Orders Shelter-in-Place

Mar 19,2020

The Health Officer of Alameda County has put in place a shelter-in-place order, effective last Tuesday, March 17, to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. 

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Compare Award Letters to Find Best College Deal

Mar 19,2020

Most high school seniors headed for college will soon be receiving financial aid award letters. Seniors and their parents should read those letters carefully, according to the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Association (KHEAA).

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