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About: alameda, california

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 – Oakland Bay Bridge and the San Francisco skyline.

Population: 72259
Local Newspapers: Alameda Sun
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: College of Alameda

Zip Codes associated with alameda, california: 94501 94502
Towns/Cities near alameda, california : Woodstock South Shore Fernside Oak Tree Lockwood Gardens Tuxedo Bartlett

Alameda News
Oikos rampage: Defendant deemed mentally competent to stand trial

A judge on Friday ruled the man behind the 2012 Oikos University shooting rampage, which killed seven people and wounded three more, is mentally competent to stand trial, according to a prosecutor in the case. The trial was put on hold indefinitely in 2015 after Alameda County Superior Court Judge Gloria Rhynes determined the defendant in the case, 48-year-old One Goh of Alameda, had a mental illness that prevented him from rationally assisting his attorneys with his defense.

Alameda: 50 pound tortoise found on sidewalk

An African sulcata tortoise, weighing an estimated 50 pounds, arrived Friday after it was spotted making its way down the sidewalk at Ninth Street and Santa Clara Avenue. "There was a crowd of people around it when the animal control officer showed up," said Carla Thornton, a spokeswoman for the Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter, the non-profit which runs the facility.

Coulter calls out weasel administrators at UC Berkeley, plans to give lecture as originally scheduled

After a firestorm of criticism over caving in to the thugs attempting to prevent Ann Coulter from speaking at the premier campus of the University of California, the University's chancellor, Robert Dirks, attempted a weasel maneuver, offering to reschedule the event during the university's reading period, when many students leave campus, and refusing to specify the venue to be used.

Editorial, Bay Area News Group, April 21, 2017: Heavy bill would fiscally drown cities and counties

California's cities and counties, weighed down by ever-mounting retirement costs, are barely keeping their heads above water. Now the state Legislature is considering an onerous bill that would ensure many of them drown.

Alameda: Two public schools win state award

Wood Middle School and the Alameda Science & Technology Institute each received the award, which recognizes outstanding educational programs and practices. Wood was singled out for implementing a program that uses inquiry-based instruction to help students develop critical thinking and core skills in reading, math and writing, while also exploring science and history and connecting what they learn in the classroom with the outside world.

510 Updates: Pompette Opens, Neptune's, Arthur Mac's Tap & Snack, Italian Homemade Company, More

Back in February, I broke the news about the new taker for the former Cafe Rouge space: ~POMPETTE~ . It's from chef David Visick, an alum of Chez Panisse and SF's Cafe Kati, and his wife, Caramia Visick, who worked at Bay Wolf before launching her jewelry line and shop - she is running front of house.

'Wine & Dine' fundraiser in Alameda's West End will be on April 26

People can enjoy food and beverages from Alameda restaurants at "West End Wine & Dine," a fundraiser on April 26 hosted by the West Alameda Business Association. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Operation Dignity, a non-profit that helps homeless veterans and their families, as well as Girls Inc. of the Island City, a non-profit that encourages girls to grow up to be strong, smart and bold.

Alameda's Adoptable Pets: What to do when you find kittens

You hear mewing, go looking in the tall grass, and then you find them - newborn kittens! Left all alone! But wait. Before swooping in for the rescue, don't assume they're orphans.

Alameda My Word: Elect president by popular vote, LWV says

Five out of 45 presidents have come into office without winning the popular vote. In November 2016, Americans elected a president who lost the popular vote by almost 3 million votes but won the Electoral College.

75 years ago, this audacious WWII mission turned the tide for U.S.

Richard Nowatzki, who served aboard the USS Hornet CV-8 and was on the flight deck when the Doolittle mission launched, talks about that experience in Alameda, Calif. on Tuesday, April 1, 2017.

College Notes: It's time for Peralta Colleges awards, grants, scholarships

As our local community colleges head toward graduation next month, it seems that April is quickly becoming the month of awards, grants and scholarships. There is no lack of impressive accomplishments at our East Bay colleges - Berkeley City College, College of Alameda and Oakland's Merritt and Laney colleges.

Nearly 300 apartments proposed for Alameda waterfront

A proposal to build 292 apartments around a parking garage that would be more than three stories tall along the Oakland Estuary will come before the Planning Board on Monday. A waterfront park, an extension of the San Francisco Bay Trail and a dock that would offer water taxi service to Oakland's Jack London Square are also proposed for 1100-1250 Marina Village Parkway.

Out With the Dogs: A dog is a dog; purebred or not

I bought my first purebred dog, a golden retriever, in the early seventies. I still had my childhood dog, Suzy Q, pictured here; a cocker mix that was older.

Bay Area cities choosing mediation over rent control

As the divisive debate over rent control spread across the Bay Area last year, city leaders settled on mediation as a compromise between tenants seeking relief from soaring housing costs and landlords averse to capping rent increases. In March 2016, Alameda adopted an ordinance that requires landlords to notify the city's Rent Review Advisory Committee of increases greater than 5 percent.

Alameda: Groundbreaking to begin on Historic Alameda High School project

It's hard to believe, but the end of the school year is actually already in sight. The last day of school this year is June 8, which means end-of-the-year activities will be on us before we know it.

Aqua Metals Acquires UK Based Ebonex IPR Limited

Aqua Metals, Inc. , , which is commercializing a non-polluting electrochemical lead recycling technology called AquaRefininga , today announced that it has acquired UK-based Ebonex IPR Limited , for 123,776 shares of Aqua Metals common stock and $100,000 in cash. Ebonex is a pre-revenue IP-based company that has developed patented technology in the field of advanced materials and manufacturing methods for advanced lead acid batteries.

St. Joe's Cooper Teare caps great series of runs

Cooper Teare crossed the finish line to a giant groan from the crowd at El Camino College in Torrance on Friday. He immediately dropped to his knee before flopping on his back.

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