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Other events include a Children’s Fairyland writing workshop, Youth Beat film screening, and the ‘Town Landmarks’ exhibit at Camron-Stanford House.
Oakland’s pandemic-era program to reduce vehicle traffic in residential neighborhoods will likely end soon. But not everyone thinks it should.
Some residents, businesses reported being without electricity for more than 24 hours.
As Omicron has surged and disinformation persists, service groups and churches are urging the Black community to get vaccinated.
Oakland’s dangerous roadways
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We produced six hours of video journalism to celebrate our one-year anniversary, touching on some of Oakland’s most pressing issues.
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With $40 million in city paving contracts up for grabs, minority biz owners say dropping the rules now would make existing inequities worse.
The Oakland Planning Commission on Wednesday voted unanimously to recommend the City Council certify the Howard Terminal project’s 3,500-page environmental impact report.
The commission meets Jan. 19 to weigh the pros and cons of changing City Council and school board district boundaries.
Councilmembers will also hear a report on whether the city can open more vaccination sites.
The students pledge to continue their protest until OUSD provides better testing at all schools. The teachers union is also calling for improved safety measures.
La Guerrera’s Kitchen opens this month with lunch, dinner and brunch service and an expanded menu of Guerrero-style dishes.
The most recent wave of thefts in November caused an estimated $5 million in damages and lost inventory for one of Oakland’s most important industries.
Cafe Gabriela serves up resistance and resilience alongside its menu of salads and sandwiches.
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