Natalia Vieira Santanna wasn’t supposed to stay in the U.S. Now, she runs a successful immigration law firm in Fruitvale.
Sylvester Rutledge and Todd Walker share how they help people cope with loss.
Hayes, who celebrated her birthday this week, shares her advice for living a long, fruitful life.
We spoke to people who live and work near the Valero gas station in Millsmont where a shooting Monday night resulted in one death and several injuries.
Oakland Animal Services is extending its hours and waiving adoption fee to find forever homes for dogs at the city-run shelter.
We checked in with business owners and business advocates to see how their operations have been affected by the ‘bomb cyclone.’
The Oaklandside’s Ricky Rodas reflects on a year of local stories that made big connections to world events.
Several Bay Area cities have passed resolutions decrying ongoing human rights abuses in Iran. The effort started in Berkeley and Oakland.
An Argentinian, Brit, and Mexican-American reflect on what soccer and this year’s cup mean to them.
The Bay Area doesn’t have a large Moroccan community, but this year’s tournament brought them together.
George V. Arth & Son has served East Bay drivers since the 1870s, but the family has decided to sell and move on.
The Berkeley Public Library is hosting game watch parties and a virtual panel examining sportswashing and controversies in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Oakland is hoping to persuade McDonald’s and Taco Bell to remove a deed restriction so the Black Cultural Zone’s market hall can succeed.
Cheering on the USA, Mexico, Senegal, or South Korea? Here’s some gathering spots in Oakland and Berkeley for international soccer’s greatest competition.
Nikki Fortunato Bas and Kevin Jenkins maintain comfortable leads in districts 2 and 6, respectively.
Three candidates have established large leads, but a majority of ballots remain to be counted.
Payam and Genesta Zarehbin Irani run Fruitvale Optometry, a bilingual business that caters to the neighborhood’s Latino communities.
Local volunteers are taking a survey of the lake’s wildlife , and you can help.
Business groups aren’t satisfied with the city’s current efforts to reduce crime and bring pre-pandemic vibrancy back to downtown.
A Peralta trustee, a real estate agent, a tax consultant, and an IT consultant are running to fill the seat vacated by mayoral candidate Loren Taylor.