Alameda County supervisors gave their support to an application asking the state for a variance that will allow […]
A decision by the Alameda County sheriff to rescind a countywide curfew one day earlier than scheduled set […]
A countywide moratorium on covid-19 evictions approved by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors last month now covers […]
The number of confirmed cases of covid-19 in Alameda County now tops 1,000, according to the Alameda County […]
Long-time Chabot-Las Positas Community College District Trustee Dr. Marshall Mitzman died Tuesday afternoon. The cause of death was […]
Union City Councilmember Jaime Patiño’s 85-year-old grandmother is infected with covid-19, he told constituents in a Facebook Live […]
Alameda city staff is proposing a delay in raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour for one […]
The Eden Health District Board of Directors authorized the purchase of 100,000 new medical masks on Wednesday, in […]
A group of 22 California mayors and five county supervisors representing more than 5 million residents want PG&E to become a public co-op. A letter from the growing number of civic leaders was sent Monday to the California Public Utilities Commission urging them to consider the idea of a customer-owned public utility. The argue the […]
Hayward Councilmember Aisha Wahab is not ending her campaign for Rep. Eric Swalwell’s seat in the 15th District, […]
Despite a new law, police departments are denying public records requests.
Hayward Assemblymember Bill Quirk’s move to Union City last year and profligate spending for a re-election campaign that […]
National Association of Realtor have spent nearly $150,000 to stop Hayward’s Measure T real estate transfer tax increase.
Hayward City Council Aisha Wahab reported the robbery to police on Saturday afternoon
Who is running for mayor, city council and school board in your city, along with a number of interesting down ballot races this fall
Oakland revisits the controversial Cypress Mandela Training Program proposal on Tuesday. Special time, 5 p.m. Don’t forget to vote on June 5!