Alameda County’s Write to Read program has surprising results for incarcerated male teens at Camp Sweeney.
For a variety of reasons, Oakland schools have been shelving traditional textbooks in favor of other learning tools.
Rent, online shopping, regulations, and a higher minimum wage reduce the brick-and-mortar presence.
Restaurants face an increasingly tough landscape.
A small live-aboard community in a picturesque setting in Richmond is facing huge rent hikes, while the harbor’s owners are looking at millions of dollars in upgrades.
But not everyone is benefiting.
Retailer West Elm is teaming up with Signature Development Group to build a new Uptown hotel that celebrates Oakland’s resurgence.
A self-described bookstore evangelistic zealot, an Alamedan convinces booklovers to come together to re-launch an indie bookstore.
Paideia helped turn Oakland Tech into the best public high school in the city. But some teachers and parents are worried about the future of the acclaimed humanities program.
Desperate to staff up, Oakland police hired many problem cops between 2013 and 2015. And it’s still paying the price.