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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
Disaster Loans Still Available for Firms in Bay Area

California business owners have received millions in loans to help them recover from the storms that occurred in February and more is available in some Bay Area counties, Small Business Administration officials said Friday. Business owners in Alameda, Napa, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Sonoma counties in the Bay Area as well as owners in Monterey and Santa Cruz counties are eligible.

Alameda KFC Repainted After Residents Deem it an 'Eyesore'

Alameda residents aren't pleased about the new paint job at the local KFC - now, the city council is stepping in. The new paint job at the Kentucky Fried Chicken on Encinal Avenue in Alameda is not what neighbors expected, and now city leaders are cracking down, demanding yet another facelift.

Alameda electrical customers targeted in oddly specific phone scam

Alameda Municipal Power is warning utility customers to be suspicious if they get a call demanding immediate payments on their account due to a phone scam, according to utility officials. The agency has received reports involving an automated call from 1-800-396-7024 with a fake AMP recording asking customers to provide their name and phone number.

Shooting in Alameda sends man to hospital

Just before 4 p.m., officers responded to reports that multiple shots were fired in the area of Cypress Street and Third Street. Police learned that a shooting had just happened in the 300 block of Cypress Street but all of the people involved had fled the area.

Photos: Alameda a 70s retro home preserved with all the avocado/gold touches

If you long to step back in time, say about four decades, and feel the avocado green shag beneath your feet, wait no more. A 1971 home at 39 Maitland Drive in Alameda that's on the market has had only one owner since it was purchased for $37,500.

Anti-Semitic graffiti found at elementary school

This is one of a handful of hate-related incidents the Alameda Unified School District has dealt with since the presidential election. It quotes a line from a popular sitcom while insinuating a threat to an 18-year-old man who lives near the school.

Antioch Eagle Scout graduates from Coast Guard Academy

Bradley McNell accepted his commission from his Commander in Chief, President Donald Trump during the U.S. Coast Guard Academy graduation ceremony on Wednesday, May 17th, 2017. receiving a Bachelor of Science degree McNell's first tour of duty will be as an Officer on the 418 foot National Security Cutter, USCGC Waesche - whose homeport is Alameda, CA.

Editor's Note

Those who have followed the Oroville Dam story know that the state Department of Water Resources has been anything but forthcoming in response to California Public Records Act requests from area media, stalling in many cases and blacking out large sections of the documents it does release. The CPRA holds that government documents belong to the people and must be surrendered promptly when requested.

Garish KFC paint job will have to change, Alameda says

The KFC in Alameda will need to re-paint after the city council decided its new color scheme did not adhere to a previously agreed-upon palette. The KFC in Alameda will need to re-paint after the city council decided its new color scheme did not adhere to a previously agreed-upon palette.

Small Hayward Fault Earthquake Jiggles East Bay

Felt two quick jolts in Berkeley from #earthquake Here's the feed of @BerkeleySeismo stations recording motion. Seems largest in SF A magnitude 3.0 earthquake with an epicenter in Kensington, just north of Berkeley, jiggled and jangled the East Bay at almost precisely noon today.

Who Killed the Skid Row Neighborhood Council?

At a narrow storefront near Skid Row, a performance troupe and visual artist have built a new mini-golf course. It's not like the outsized affairs you'd see at Golf N' Stuff with lighthouses and waterfalls and kids scoring holes-in-one.

Mas Mojo band, with its Alameda roots, is featured at Island Jam

Michael McDonough, president of the Alameda Chamber of Commerce, predicted the community stage at the Island Jam this past weekend on Webster Street would be the "talk of the town." Alameda singer-songwriter Jim Parodi and his wife Lynn have successfully organized the community stage for the past four years, introducing student talent and professional musicians who have performed in Alameda as well as all over the Bay Area, for 35 years.

Time warp: Alameda home hasna t been touched since it was

Built in 1971, this three-bedroom, two-bath home hasn't been touched, nor sold, since. Inside, every inch of its 1,476-square-feet offers retro-perfect nostalgia.

City of Oakland Poised to Give Public Land to Nonprofit that...

Elaine Brown is the CEO of Oakland and the World Enterprises, and also a staff member in Supervisor Keith Carson's office. The Oakland City Council is scheduled to vote tonight on a deal to sell city-owned land near West Oakland's BART station to a nonprofit that improperly obtained hundreds of thousands in county tax dollars, according to the Alameda County Grand Jury.

Hapless thieves caught after stolen GPs tracks lead police to them

Used by the company to help clients track the location of their goods while being shipped, the boxes of roughly 100 tracking devices led to the pair's arrest just hours after they left the offices. Roambee co-founder Vidya Sumbramanian said that a police officer had told him one of the thieves thought they were just mobile phone chargers.

San Francisco trivia quiz -- June 18, 2017

Who is the first woman to complete the swim from the shark-infested Farallone Islands all the way to San Francisco Bay. Who is the first woman to complete the swim from the shark-infested Farallone Islands all the way to San Francisco Bay.

Cocaine worth $266 million seized by Coast Guard cutter from Alameda

The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Waesche will return home to Alameda on Monday morning after seizing more than 17,000 pounds of cocaine worth an estimated $266 million in the waters off Central America. The crew also apprehended 20 suspected narcotics traffickers during its 58-day, 12,000-nautical mile deployment in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

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