Mayor Trish Spencer

Fourth Parade Celebrates 41st Year

Jun 27,2017

Alameda’s 4th of July Parade is the longest in the nation with a route that spans 3.3 miles. This year, more than 170 entries, 2,500 participants will march across town and more than 60,000 spectator will watch along the route.

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Photos by Maurice Ramirez

Pride Divides Council

Jun 15,2017


On Tuesday, June 6, the City invited its residents and officials to gather on the City Hall steps to celebrate the message “Love Our  Island, LGBTQ Pride” (above). 

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File photo  In January crews made way for a new condominium complex on ground where a historic company once did business. The property on Clement Avenue between Willow and Mulberry streets was home to one of the six companies that teamed up to build the Hoover Dam.

2016: Year in Review

Dec 29,2016


With 2016 rapidly coming to a close, the Alameda Sun looks back over the top news stories in Alameda this past year. This week will cover January through June and next week will feature news from July through December.

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Dennis Evanosky

Mayor Says ‘Play Ball!’

Apr 05,2016

Mayor Trish Spencer, seated lower left, invited city staff and her friends to join her on the City Hall steps on Monday. Spencer was responding to an invitation from the United States Conference of Mayors to “Play Ball,” a joint program coordinated by Major League Baseball and USA Baseball.

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Mayor Gilmore Concedes; Trish Spencer is New Alameda Mayor

Nov 12,2014

In a brief press conference in front of City Hall, Mayor Marie Gilmore conceded the mayor's race to Trish Spencer today at 11 a.m. She congratulated Spencer on her win and also congratulated Frank Matarrese and Jim Oddie on winning City Council seats.

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Baseball Season On

Apr 05,2018

Mayor Trish Spencer invited a few of her friends — all baseball fans — to join her on the City Hall steps last Friday for the annual celebration of the start of the baseball season.

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