Rent ordinance, new repair station, and bike lanes make the news, too.
A major marina project surfaces plus the city wins an appeal against Ann Marie Gallant, and gains praise for Alameda Landing.
The East Bay Regional Park District resolves the Neptune Point property once and for all, and the city hears renters loud and clear.
Mayor Spencer explores cultural ties, renters protest at city hall, and the Harbor Bay Club debate continues.
Renters gained ground, Alameda school kids tested OK on Common Core, and scientist know what the bird goo was.
Since 2012, there have been five pedestrian fatalities, 131 pedestrian accidents, and 168 bicyclists injured in altercations with cars on Alameda streets. What’s Alameda doing to make streets safer?
Residents offer a mixed bag of suggestions on the state or the city’s streets and walkways.
The first phase of construction at Alameda Point moves ahead, the College of Alameda may have trouble with accreditation, and West End burglaries are up
Finances look rosier in Alameda, where police will get body cams and one popular teacher is on shaky ground for an alleged risqué extra credit proposition.
A new ride-sharing service could mean easy one-way service for Alamedans needing wheels on the fly.