An Oakland-based Puerto Rican restaurant and a Bay Area DJ collective are raising money for Puerto Rican residents still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona.
The women’s basketball league is expanding. The Oakland City Council officially called on the league to give The Town a team.
The nonprofit will be providing on-site health screenings, vaccinations, and health care information for underserved communities.
Voters in the sprawling East Oakland district will be choosing a new City Council member this November.
Bolivian-born Gabriel Escobar’s father, mother, and grandfather were expert tailors. He continues their legacy in his North Oakland shop.
Crews have removed over 1,200 pounds of dead fish from the lake, which has been hard-hit by a massive algae bloom.
Organizers said they want to prevent locals from becoming desensitized to violence and for everyone to take action.
With its iconic dinosaur mascot and niche market, the Temescal company has managed to outlast giant national competitors.
Rita Forte used to DJ in Oakland’s Hyphy scene. The East Oakland native now owns Olive Street Agency, a graphic design business.
4 candidates want to represent the East Oakland district, which includes the Coliseum, Mills College, Eastmont, and the hills.
Fruitvale is bustling, but Latino businesses still need help, says the president of the Oakland Latino Chamber of Commerce.
The visuals for the song “Granny Said” depict his admiration for his grandmother Isabelle Payne-Brown, who passed away this year.
Chef Anula Edirisinghe said she’s closing her downtown Oakland restaurant due to rising rent and slow foot traffic in downtown.
The city wants feedback on its rules for when, where, and how businesses can convert parking into outdoor amenities.
It’s Your Move Games thrives by hosting game nights and summer camps.
With the world’s eyes on Ukraine, Bay Area Tigrayans, Amharas, and other Ethiopians are fighting to be heard.
The state labor law aims to give contract workers more benefits and protections, but some drivers say “no thanks.”
The giant birds have delighted staff and patients with their presence, and now the hospital wants your help naming its feathered celebrities.
The city’s Neighborhood Services Division hopes to organize with residents skeptical of the police-centric block party.
The Oakland City Council postponed a final decision on the proposed measure following a debate about its merits.