A bustling economy and a budget surplus won’t change the four-day work week that city workers and Millennials favor—at least for now, though the city manager and new mayor won’t rule out the possibility.
In a surprising twist and after a longtime coming, not everybody is happy about the Shore Line cycle track.
The recently elected pledge to chart a new course to slow development in Alameda.
Local teenager gets creative with high-top designs.
A curious sight washes ashore along the bayside.
From party supplies to furniture and gifts, Alameda’s latest retailers focus on purveying unique items just in time for the holiday shopping and party season. One store conveys a feeling of fairy tale–like magical celebration, while the other embodies the California lifestyle—free-spirited, a bit of ruggedness, and distinctly unique. Both stores will make you realize that you won’t have to stray far from the Island for needed holiday goods.
Smart meters, Island Bowl, Spirits Alley and more
An Alameda broker builds an international business insuring mobile restaurateurs.
The recent action by ACLC and Nea represents the edge of a movement gaining statewide ground as more and more teachers seek representation.
Alameda has a new poet laureate, the second it the city’s history: Julia Park Tracey. Tracey, 51, is an award-winning writer, editor, journalist, and activist who was appointed in September to a two-year term in the honorary position.