The Alameda County Board of Supervisors banned the sale of flavored tobacco, including menthol, and flavored e-cigarette products […]
The next person to represent District 1 on the Alameda County Board of Supervisors will be a current […]
Some believe change at the helm of the Alameda County District Attorney’s office could be coming in the […]
Mutton-busting is no longer allowed at Castro Valley’s Rowell Ranch after the Alameda County Board of Supervisors banned […]
Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley told a neighborhood group in Cherryland earlier this month that they should consider […]
A homeless encampment of more than 40 individuals under the freeway in Castro Valley will soon be cleared […]
“I feel very disrespected,” Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan told her collegue on the board, Nate Miley, after he pushed for antoher postponement of a vote on a project in her district.
A new policy instituted by Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley last fall to rotate the chair of his […]
During a re-election campaign in 2016 that, in hindsight, only appeared difficult, Alameda County Supervisor said he would […]
A proposed 199-unit affordable housing and retail project that may be the largest in Castro Valley’s history is […]
The Alameda County Board of Supervisors will reconsider a direction its planning committee made to staff last January […]
Debate returns the Board of Supervisors on Mar. 12 after sheriff balks at some proposed changes to disaster preparedness training.
A similar bill failed in each of the last two years, but a change in the governor’s office is buoying proponent’s spirits.
Fremont Councilmember Vinnie Bacon may soon attempt what no other has been able to accomplish in the East […]
If all goes well, the new A’s ballpark would be ready in time for the 2023 season.
The ACAP saga hamstrung Alameda County officials like Supervisor Nate Miley for appearing to have neglected to monitor the struggling agency tasked with helping the poor.
The county’s polling for another Measure A provided little certainty that it might be successful in November
Environmentalists say the use of waterflooding puts the aquifer at risk, along more seismic activity. County staff says claims are unfounded.
Supervisor Miley pushed for the previous 45-day moratorium to expire leading to a disagreement with an exasperated Supervisor Haggerty
Last month, Alameda County’s Measure A childcare and early education sales tax increase failed by just 0.47 percent at the ballot box. A comeback in the fall appears likely.