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Michaan's Auctions announced its third offering of spectacular Tiffany Studios treasures from Japan's esteemed Garden Museum with additions from private collections.
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Flanked by Mayor Margaret Fujioka, right, Paul Benoit, the new Piedmont city administrator, introduces himself to his new city government colleagues at a reception for him Monday at Piedmont City Hall.
The Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter 2014-2017 strategic plan is finished! The long-term vision is for a new facility designed around the needs of the animals that also serves as a community resource to provide educational programs.
The restaurant will donate 15 percent of sales to the nonprofit and listener-supported radio station, which recently applied for an FCC Low Power FM broadcast license.
The Alameda Art Association featured local artist Gil Garitano as artist of the month Feb. 14 during its initial Second Friday Art Walk.
Bay Farm Elementary School took part in the 17th annual nationwide "Read Across America" extravaganza to coincide with the birthday of Theodor Seuss Geisel -- aka Dr. Seuss -- on Monday with the annual "Seussical Birthday Bash."
Clyde Grimes set out for war with high hopes that January day in 1944 when he stepped aboard a train in Los Angeles with 15 other recruits bound for a U.S. Army Air Corps base.
Residents who oppose a proposal to build homes near Crab Cove Visitor Center at Robert Crown Memorial State Beach will kick off a petition drive Saturday to place a measure on the November ballot that calls for rezoning the neighborhood as open space.
City officials do not identify Neptune Pointe -- the site near Crab Cove where a developer's proposal to build homes has sparked a lawsuit and community opposition -- as a potential place for residential development in a draft document that shows whether the city can meet its projected housing needs.
Police arrested four men, including one in possession of suspected ecstasy and another with cocaine, on Feb. 27 after officers initially contacted the group because they appeared drunk in the city's parking lot on Park Avenue.
The Roaring '20s are back, at least as the theme behind a new night life spot set to open in April.
Apparently, hard work -- and a lot of it -- pays off. But it was no small task as a local group won Club of the Year at the California Lions Clubs annual convention.
Think back to when you were a kid, and try to remember a melody that inspired you.