A broad coalition of Alameda’s most respected leaders and organizations have come together to support Measure B to upgrade all local schools to support quality education.
The nationally acclaimed theatrical production company, We Players, will premiere its newest play, The Keeper, Friday, May 27 at Alameda Point in the courtyard of Building 16 at the corner of West Essex Drive and Saratoga Street.
Five Alameda high school teens have been awarded college scholarships through their participation in Girls Inc. of the Island City (GIIC).
The International WeLoveU Foundation (WeLoveU) is partnering with the East Bay Regional Parks District (EBRPD) to perform a cleanup event at the Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline Sunday, May 22.
The population of people experiencing homelessness in the City of Alameda increased by more than 14% since 2019, according to a preview of the Alameda County “Point in Time” (PIT) count report released Monday, May 16.
Students at Encinal High School took part in two walkouts Friday, May 6, in protest of the potential decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the constitutional right to abortion, allowing individual states to more heavily regulate or even ban the procedure.
An independent report released Wednesday, May 4, cleared the three Alameda Police Department (APD) officers of any wrongdoing in the in-custody death of Mario Gonzalez in April of last year.
Alamedans, including Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft, Councilmembers John Knox White and Tony Daysog, and city staff stood united on the steps of City Hall Tuesday, May 3, in solidarity with people across the country in support of women’s rights to essential health care and reproductive freedom, as w
The Alameda City Council will formally consider hiring Dirk Brazil as its new interim city manager at its May 17 council meeting. Brazil will oversee city operations while the City Council searches for a permanent city manager.
Rhythmix Cultural Works (RCW) in partnership with the City of Alameda will present Island City Waterways: Uprooted. The two-day event takes place at Alameda Point’s West Mall on Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22.