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Alameda is located on an island of the same name in the San Francisco Bay, just south of Oakland, California. It boasts the only pedestrian/bicycle-only drawbridge in the U.S. A common site from this island are the wind surfers and kite surfer who frequent the Crown Memorial State Beach and Shoreline Drive. Also visible from the beach are the San Francisco â€“ Oakland Bay Bridge and the San Francisco skyline.
Local Newspapers: Alameda Sun
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: College of Alameda
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Towns/Cities near alameda, california : Woodstock South Shore Fernside Oak Tree Lockwood Gardens Tuxedo Bartlett
Alameda's Adoptable Pets: Times tough for renters with pets
Times are tough for renters - and especially difficult for renters with pets. As more landlords sell their rental properties, raise their pet deposits or ban pets altogether, pet owners are scrambling to find alternative pet-friendly housing.Meeting set on city of Alameda's long-term business plan
The public can attend a meeting of a task force charged with creating a plan for attracting and retaining businesses within the city. The task force of 21 community members will meet Jan. 29 and review a draft of what's called the Economic Development Strategic Plan, which will eventually go before the City Council.Letter: Perhaps the landlord should get credit for keeping the price low
The article regarding the 133 percent rent hike for the Bay Farm Island condo unit might have included information regarding the market rate for similar properties in that area. A quick look at Zillow indicates that $3,500 is not at all unreasonable for such a property.Palo Alto faces legal challenge over budget transfers
A Palo Alto resident is challenging the city's use of funds collected from utilities bills under a state law that bans local governments from imposing a tax that exceeds the cost of providing the product. Photo by Keith Peters.Silicon Valley Clean Energy welcomes new CEO in February
Photograph courtesy Silicon Valley Clean Energy Girish Balachandran will take over as the new CEO for Silicon Valley Clean Energy, an agency providing clean energy to Santa Clara Valley cities at rates comparable to PG&E. He begins his leadership in February.Hotel proposed in Alameda's Harbor Bay Parkway near Oakland airport
A 100-room waterfront hotel is proposed for a business park near Oakland International Airport, less than a year after a state panel rejected a hotel for the same site. Ram Hotels, which was also behind last year's project, is putting forward the proposal for a hotel at 2350 Harbor Bay Parkway, a vacant lot adjacent to San Francisco Bay and Alameda's Shoreline Park.Hundreds volunteer to clean up Oakland shoreline on Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Girl Scout Troop 30017 and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Epsilon Phi Zeta Chapter, participated in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of service cleanup event at Damon Marsh at the Oakland shoreline. Terry Durham, 15, and Nate Poremba, 13, carry a truck grille they picked up at Martin Luther King Day of service cleanup at the regional park in Oakland named after the civil rights leader.Bill to End Statewide Limits on Rent Control Fails in Committee
Last Thursday, the California State Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee narrowly killed a controversial bill that would have repealed the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, which limits local jurisdictions' ability to enact or strengthen rent control laws. In order to pass out of the committee, the bill - A.B. 1506 - needed four votes, but received only three, with two of the committee's five Democratic Assemblymembers abstaining after voicing opposition to repealing Costa-Hawkins.A year later, popular Kamakura restaurant in Alameda runs into delays in reopening
Kamakura, the local landmark restaurant that was forced to close a year ago because of a devastating fire, may not reopen for up to six months. Wayne Yamato, whose mother Faith Yamato owns the restaurant on Santa Clara Avenue, said the family are committed to getting the business back up and running as soon as possible.Alameda police calls: Man, woman arrested for shoplifting on Park Street
Robbery: A man, 28, and a woman, 26, each face a robbery charge after they assaulted a business employee who confronted them while they were shoplifting merchandise, police said. It happened about 9:15 a.m. in the 1100 block of Park Street, where both the man and woman were arrested, police said.Wednesday's Briefing: ICE Plans Immigration Sweep in Sanctuary ...
Stories you shouldn't miss for Jan. 17, 2018: 1. Officials with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are planning to conduct immigration raids and sweeps in sanctuary cities in the Bay Area , reports Hamed Aleaziz of the San Francisco Chronicle , citing an unnamed source. ICE officials are angry that sanctuary cities, like Oakland, Berkeley, and Alameda, have refused to help them deport undocumented immigrants - and that Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation in October making California a sanctuary state.Community Helps Police Identify Man At Hospital
Alameda police and emergency room staff at Alameda Hospital have identified a man at the hospital whose identity was unknown to them Tuesday afternoon.Recognize them? Alameda police searching for suspected vehicle thieves
Two individuals suspected of vehicle theft were caught on surveillance video after they entered a 7-11 convenience store and police are hoping the public can help identify them. Alameda police are asking for the public's help in identifying this man, suspected of a vehicle theft along with another man.Alameda sheriff deputy allegedly set up jail attack on inmate
An Alameda County Sheriff's deputy suspected of playing a role in the attack of an inmate at the Santa Rita Jail was charged Wednesday with felony assault, officials said. Joseph Bailey, 28, of Tracy was additionally charged with assault under the cover of authority in connection with a fight between inmates that occurred Oct. 24. Bailey is accused of facilitating and allowing one group of prisoners to attack an inmate at the Dublin jail, according to a statement from the sheriff's office.Alameda sheriff's deputy allegedly set up jail attack on inmate
Joseph Bailey, an Alameda County Sheriff's deputy at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin, has been accused of coordinating an attack on an inmate, officials said. Joseph Bailey, an Alameda County Sheriff's deputy at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin, has been accused of coordinating an attack on an inmate, officials said.Operatic rarities by Rimsky-Korsakov take the stage in Alameda
Long before "Amadeus" there was "Mozart and Salieri," Rimsky-Korsakov's one-act opera about the fierce - and in this telling, fatal - rivalry between the two 18th century composers. It's a work more often encountered in history books than on the operatic stage, but Island City Opera corrects that this weekend.Women Who Dare Awards honor Alameda women breaking new boundaries
A group of girls who are part of the Best Foot Forward program with Girls Inc. of the Island City pose during their interview with Women Who Dare Awards honorary awardee Weezie Mott. The girls in the photo from top to bottom and from left to right are: Scarlette James, Zola Baker, Jillian Rose Metzger, Preston Chilcott, Giannina Perez, Penny Etayo, Ariana Marshall, Lauren Marston, the awardee Weezie Mott, Timmyanni Richardson, Arianna Ramirez-Zalder, Kalyn Saechao and Bella Lama.
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