A countywide moratorium on evictions triggered by the pandemic and enacted in late April was backdated to Mar. […]
The Oakland Zoo is bleeding money and at risk of closure if it does not reopen soon, its […]
Alameda County officials are in the early stages of proposing a ballot measure for November to increase its […]
Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan said sports fans in the county and Bay Area should not expect to […]
Alameda County supervisors approved on Tuesday a moratorium on evictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. The moratorium gives […]
The Eden Health District Board of Director’s search for a new full-time chief executive officer came down to […]
Dublin Vice Mayor Melissa Hernandez’s bid for the Alameda County Board of Supervisors received the endorsement of perhaps […]
Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley told a neighborhood group in Cherryland earlier this month that they should consider […]
“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.
Debate returns the Board of Supervisors on Mar. 12 after sheriff balks at some proposed changes to disaster preparedness training.
Federal workers are still in the hole financially, said Supervisor Haggerty. Plus, the government shutdown could resume on Feb. 15.
Thousands of East Bay residents have generously donated food and services for struggling federal workers who have not […]
A Trump administration proposed rule change that would greatly affect immigrants in California and elsewhere is being met […]
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf earlier this month made surprisingly candid comments disparaging a plan by the Alameda County […]
“One of my ideas as mayor, we should Annex San Lorenzo!” Dan Dillman announced on Facebook last week.
The county’s polling for another Measure A provided little certainty that it might be successful in November
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.
Alameda County Board of Supervisors’ proposed budget would close a $66 million deficit.