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.
In recent Alameda elections, the backing of the island’s influential firefighters union has often resulted in victory for […]
Despite an admonition that Alameda City Council candidates not address the city’s recent city manager scandal while one […]
Amos White says his campaign for Alameda City Council will go on, but doesn’t say how
Spencer only spent $10,325 in 2014 to register the biggest upset in the East Bay
Lawsuit filed in Alameda County Superior Court is asking for an injunction to block the council-approved ballot question from appearing on the Nov. ballot
Former Orange city manager and Stockton interim fire chief is coming to Alameda while the council initiates a search for a permanent replacement.
Also: Alameda mayor, put on the spot, suggests she will support the landlords-backed charter amendment this fall
The level of vitriol in Alameda is at a fever pitch and it’s still five months away from a hot-contested mayor and council elections.
The nascent campaign to recall Alameda Councilmember Malia Vella had its intent to recall petition invalidated by the city clerk.
“The staff report says the Alameda Journal is the lowest responsible bidder” Alameda Councilmember Jim Oddie said of its bid for printing legal notices. “I don’t think there’s anything responsible at all about the Bay Area News Group.”