With a segment of Alameda residents fuming over a scathing civil grand jury finding that two Alameda elected […]
Alameda Councilmember Malia Vella said last spring that she was inclined to breast-feed her newborn at the council […]
An Alameda resident, who as a candidate for the state legislature, questioned whether his opponent, Assemblymember Rob Bonta, […]
Alameda renters scored a major legislative victory late Tuesday night when the Alameda City Council approved an ordinance […]
Despite a highly critical grand jury report last week that skewered Alameda City Hall and urged them to […]
Two Alameda councilmembers violated the city’s charter by interfering in the city manager’s duties to independently hire a […]
A forthcoming Alameda County civil grand jury report will include an investigation into allegations that Alameda councilmembers violated […]
A proposed data center on the Alameda waterfront boasting of benefits to the environment through the use of […]
For now, the fight for and against just-cause renters’ protections in Alameda appears over. The renters have won. […]
Swimming pools are a hot-button in issue in Alameda again. Two competitive pools at Alameda High School that […]
An Alameda City Council, buoyed by a November election that built upon its progressive majority while trouncing a […]
Alameda’s special election on April 9 pits open space advocates vs. support for the homeless
Alameda City Hall is one of the least modern centers of local government in the East Bay. The […]
Alameda City Council will formally approved its new city attorney on Mar. 19.
Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a similar bill unanimously passed by the Legislature in 2016, citing budgetary concerns.
Alameda’s next city manager, Eric Levitt, was unanimously approved last week by the City Council. Now he’s looking […]
Alameda has been without a permanent city manager since last May.
When keeping tabs on municipal hirings, such as naming a new city manager, there isn’t much you can […]
Two days after an Alameda resident filed a complaint this week with the Fair Political Practices Commission that […]
The Alameda City Council voted, 4-1, Wednesday to call a special election on April 9 after certification of […]
With a 40 percent turnover of the Alameda City Council following the November elections imminent, the city’s ongoing […]
During Alameda Councilmember-elect Tony Daysog’s previous two stints on the City Council he was known as a wonky […]
Alameda’s Robert Matz concedes short-term third open seat on the council, but not before attacking opponent.
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Former Alameda City Manager Jill Keimach was cleared of any wrongdoing following an investigation by the Alameda County […]
Alameda council candidate Tony Daysog learned a thing from two years ago–get ahead of the story.
If approved, Alameda’s minimum wage would reach the threshold 18 months before the state mandate in 2022.