Alameda News and Announcements

  • Earth Talk: Green Gift Ideas

    Dear EarthTalk: I want to set a good environmental example with my gift-giving this holiday season. Any tips on how—or even better, what—to give greener? -- J.P. The holidays are a time for giving but it is also important to be conscious about s...

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  • Library To Host Creative Writing Workshop For Teens

    The library is offering a creative writing workshop for teens on Tuesday. (File photo)Teens out of school for the Thanksgiving week may be interested in a creative writing workshop on Tuesday at the main library. The workshop is in honor of National Novel Writing Month, an ...

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  • Maya Lin Black Lives Matter Matter Escalates

    Maya Lin student’s artwork that was defaced. (From ACLU letter to AUSD.)An incident at Maya Lin school on Back to School night early last month, wherein a student’s “Black Lives Matter” artwork was defaced, has developed further, with an attorney fro...

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  • Motorist Sore Point Over The Gore Point

    Alameda police initiated a traffic enforcement project over motorists driving through the “gore point” at the entrance to the Posey Tube. (Action Alameda News)A week or so before Halloween, Alameda motorists entering the Posey Tube were faced with an electronic ...

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  • Art in City Hall Pilot Program Launches

    The City of Alameda is launching a pilot program to display art in City Hall. (File photo)Earlier this month, Alameda City Council approved a pilot program to display art in City Hall, creating exhibition opportunities for local artists and arts organizations. Art will be s...

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  • August Survey Shows Rents Declining Year-Over-Year

    Data from Zumper shows rents in Alameda dropping in August.August survey data from Zumper, on online apartment rental platform, shows rents in Alameda have dropped compared to last year. Zumper’s September rental market report, based on August survey data, indicates ...

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  • Smoke Keeps Local Students Indoors

    Alameda schools are keeping kids indoors in response to smoke settling from North Bay fires. (File Photo)As Alameda and the greater San Francisco Bay Area entered a third day of coping with smoke from raging fires in Napa and Sonoma counties, district officials are asking sc...

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  • Fans Flock To Blue Angels For Fleet Week

    Member of the Blue Angels takes off from Oakland Airport, October 8, 2016. (Action Alameda News)A large crowd of fans turned out yesterday at the end of Oakland airport’s north field runway to watch the Blue Angels take off enroute to performing in San Francisco’...

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  • Poll: By How Much Has Your Total Property Tax Bill Increased Over Last Year?

    Tax bills are beginning to arrive in Alameda, and are already online at the Alameda County website. A rebound in property values and other levies approved by voters last year are contributing to higher tax bills. How much has your bill, as measured by the Total Amount Due bo...

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  • LimeBike Bike Sharing Launches In Alameda

    LimeBike shared bikes are now available in Alameda.Dock-less, shared, LimeBike bicycles are now available in Alameda, as of Thursday. LimeBike’s pay-as-you-go rides cost $1.00, or 50 cents for students, for a 30-minute ride. The bright green LimeBikes are GPS and 3G-...

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