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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
510 News: LocoL Bakery Opens, The Star to Alameda, Slainte Bar, and Berkeley Updates

Word up, the LocoL crew is opening ~LOCOL BAKERY~ this Friday March 31st and will be feeding their neighborhood affordable and well-prepared items like their line of bunnzz , pizza , chili, salads, and coffee for a buck, plus green juice and aguas frescas. Hours are daily 8am-8pm.

Fed announce crackdown on a sanctuary citiesa

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday warned jurisdictions seeking federal funding that they must demonstrate they are not "sanctuary cities." The move follows President Donald Trump's promises to crack down on cities and counties that refuse to turn over undocumented residents to federal officials. Announcing a shift that could cost noncompliant local jurisdictions across the United States billions of dollars, Sessions referred to Trump's executive order issued in January, telling a news conference "this disregard for law must end.

Linden Street Brewery becomes Oakland United Beerworks

When Adam Lamoreaux opened the Linden Street Brewery in 2009, it was the first production brewery in the city since 1959. It proved both popular and successful, but closed late last summer due to a company management shift.

Two brothers charged in East Bay bank robberies

Two brothers, one a convicted bank robber, have been charged with five Eastbay bank heists where one of them wore security guard attire, according to authorities and court records. The two men have been charged for their suspected roles in the five robberies between last November and March 18. Russell Bartlow has admitted his involvement, according to court records.

Alameda: Man attempts to head-butt doctor, police say

Alameda police say a man arrested for public intoxication spat on an officer, attempted to head-butt a doctor who was medically clearing him so that he could be jailed, and vandalized a patrol car after he was taken into custody. DRUNKEN DRIVING: Police arrested a woman, 38, on suspicion of drunken driving after she was allegedly involved in a hit-and-run collision in the Webster Tube.

Alameda briefs: Egg Scramble set for April 8 at Crab Cove

The East Bay Regional Park District, the Rotary Club of Alameda, the Alameda Friends of the Parks Foundation, and the Alameda Recreation and Park Department are hosting the "2017 Splash into Spring Egg Scramble" on April 8. The East Bay Regional Park District, the Rotary Club of Alameda, the Alameda Friends of the Parks Foundation and the Alameda Recreation and Park Department are hosting the "2017 Splash into Spring Egg Scramble" on April 8. The free event will take place in the Crab Cove picnic area of Robert W. Crown Memorial State Beach, 1252 McKay Ave. Free parking will be available at the Otis and Westline drives parking lot. Pre-registration is not necessary.

Alameda's Adoptable Pets: What better time than meow to foster kittens?

Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter recently took in two litters of stray kittens. One cat gave birth on the way to the shelter! More homeless kittens are surely on their way: Spring is kitten season.

Aqua Metals Named Platts Global Metal Awards Finalist in Three Categories

Aqua Metals, Inc . , , which is commercializing a non-polluting electrochemical lead recycling technology called AquaRefininga , was named Platts Global Metals Awards finalist in three categories: Breakthrough Solution of the Year, Deal of the Year, and Industry Leadership - Base & Specialty Metals category.

Re: ICE 'Public Safety Advisory' Criticizing Local Law Enforcement...

A newly-issued report from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is meant to name and shame local police and sheriff's departments that don't cooperate with the feds by holding immigrants in local jails for extra time so they can be taken into ICE custody to face immigration charges. The report was requested by President Trump through an executive order as part of a White House campaign to "better inform the public regarding the public safety threats associated with sanctuary jurisdictions."

Live your dream: How to start a craft brewery

You're with friends at your favorite craft brewery enjoying some tasty ales when it hits you: Why not turn your love of great beer into a profession and start your own brewery? If you're serious - and not just buzzed - understand that it takes a lot of planning, money and patience to make this dream a reality. Starting a small business is already difficult, and breweries are highly capital-intensive businesses that come with additional legal and permitting requirements.

WETA Welcomes First of Seven New Vessels

On March 21, 2017, the San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority christened the Hydrus, the first of seven new vessels to join the San Francisco Bay Ferry fleet over the next three years. The 400-passenger vessel will officially enter service in April 2017, serving the Central Bay routes of San Francisco to Alameda, Oakland and Harbor Bay.

AllCells Selected By (CHORI) To Perform Blood Processing Of SCD...

Sickle Cell Disease research project hopes to pave the way for approval of a clinical trial by the US-FDA in the next few years ALAMEDA, CA and OAKLAND, CA - March 20, 2017 - AllCells, LLC, a leading provider of hematologic tissue, primary cell types & services for life science research, and further manufacturing of cell therapies, has been selected by Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute and the Innovative Genomics Institute as a partner to process peripheral blood from Sickle Cell Disease patients. The research project is funded by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine .

Alameda: Senior boarding house proposed for Webster Street

City officials hope a proposed boarding house for seniors on Webster Street that would also feature retail on the ground floor could help clear the way for similar projects in the neighborhood, as well as downtown on Park Street. The Planning Board will consider the 14,300-square-foot building Monday, when it will also consider amending the city's municipal code to streamline the definition of what is a boarding house in commercial mixed-use districts.

Alameda Countya s controversial gun ordinance goes before Ninth Circuit Court

An AR-15 style rifle sits on the counter by Craig Marshall as he assists a customer at Freddie Bear Sports sporting goods store on December 17, 2012 in Tinley Park, Illinois. Americans purchased a record number of guns in 2012 and gun makers have reported a record high in demand.

Park It: At Berkeley's Tilden, soapmaking and hike on tap

There's lots of variety in the free public programs scheduled in coming days at Tilden Nature area near Berkeley. First on the agenda is "Soapy Suds, DIY Cleaning Supplies," from 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday, hosted by interpretive student aide Brianna Contaxis-Tucker.

ICE 'Public Safety Advisory' Criticizing Local Law...

A newly-issued report from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is meant to name and shame local police and sheriff's departments that don't cooperate with the feds by holding immigrants in local jails for extra time so they can be taken into ICE custody to face federal immigration charges. The report was requested by President Trump through an executive order as part of a White House campaign to "better inform the public regarding the public safety threats associated with sanctuary jurisdictions."

Alameda: Free college for high school grads for a year

The College of Alameda program, which was developed with help from the Alameda Unified School District, is also providing students with a $250 voucher for textbooks, as well as counseling and academic support to assist them transition to college. "It is promising to all students who graduate from one of the AUSD schools that they can come to college for free for a year," Karas told Alameda school district trustees during their March 14 meeting.

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