Like everywhere in the East Bay, homelessness in Hayward is a growing problem. According to a recent census, […]
Despite a new law, police departments are denying public records requests.
Hayward’s General Fund reserves estimated last June to fall below 20 percent of its expenses, a threshold mandated by the City Council.
Hayward Assemblymember Bill Quirk’s move to Union City last year and profligate spending for a re-election campaign that […]
ALSO: Alameda moves closer to selecting a new city manager.
When Chabot-Las Positas Chancellor Jannett Jackson learned her contract would not be renewed by the community college’s elected […]
There may be some members of Port of Oakland as connected as Commissioner Michael Colbruno, but few have […]
Fremont Councilmember Vinnie Bacon may soon attempt what no other has been able to accomplish in the East […]
The Hayward City Council chambers erupted in chants of “Shut it down!” and “What are you hiding?!” after […]
The Fremont City Council acquiesced to concerns from small business owners and unanimously approved a two-tier schedule Tuesday […]
At first glance it wasn’t entirely clear why former State Senate Majority Ellen Corbett suddenly showed up at […]
Two days after an Alameda resident filed a complaint this week with the Fair Political Practices Commission that […]
When Fremont councilmembers resume a discussion next week for raising the city’s minimum wage to $15, they will […]
The State Senate settled a lawsuit filed last year by a former legislative aide for East Bay State […]
Ribbon-cutting ceremony set for Jan. 11.
Hayward Councilmember Aisha Wahab is proposing a citywide equal pay for equal work ordinance. She made the referral […]
Oakalnd Councilmember Dan Kalb was having coffee with his chief of staff just within earshot of City Hall […]
Over the past two years, Rep. Eric Swalwell has fueled speculation of a run in 2020 for president […]
Last year was the first time in over a decade that Oakland At-Large Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan had not […]