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9 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
Two East Bay men were sentenced to prison for robbing an Alameda bank in August, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Thursday.
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11 hrs ago | Catholic Voice
The Pilots of St. Joseph Notre Dame High School of Alameda captured their fifth state basketball championship by dominating Renaissance Academy of Altadena, 57-32, on March 28 in Sacramento.
16 hrs ago | The Jewish News Weekly
"Lilith the Night Demon in One Lewd Act." Joshua Horowitz and the members of Veretski Pass give a lecture on their upcoming show.
20 hrs ago | SFGate
Jane Grimaldi is finishing her sixth year as a parent at Will C. Wood Middle School.
21 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
Activities in celebration of Earth Day are planned at several of the East Bay Regional Parks in coming days; you can take your pick.
The city of Alameda plans to spend between $5,000 and $10,000 to deep-clean sidewalks and garbage cans on both sides of Park Street from Encinal Avenue to Lincoln Avenue beginning in May. "It's going to be great," said Robb Ratto, executive director of the Park Street Business Association.
The deadline to file for an exemption from the Alameda Unified School District's Measure A parcel tax is June 30. There are two types of exemptions.
The third annual Wiggle Waggle Walk will be held this year from 12 to 3 p.m. June 8 at the Harbor Bay Ferry Terminal.
Community members are invited to celebrate and appreciate their environment at Alameda's 15 annual Earth Day Festival, set to take place April 26 at Washington Park.
Alameda police say they have noticed an increase in auto burglaries, especially in the Walgreens parking lot on Webster Street and in the parking lot of the Bridgeside Shopping Center on Blanding Avenue.
The Jack London Market Building pictured here is a retail and office building completed during the first phase of the Jack London Square redevelopment project.
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Stratton returned home to Alameda on Sunday after a 97-day deployment in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, where its crew seized about 500 kilograms and disrupted 1,650 kilograms of cocaine valued at more than $70 million.
Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin, a Republican, leads two prominent Democrats -- Board of Equalization member Betty Yee and Assembly Speaker John Perez -- in the primary election race for state controller, the latest Field Poll finds.