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Ferran, who used to work for Parker, says the City Attorney’s Office is unfocused and has made big mistakes. Parker says she’s far more experienced and capable of managing the city’s team of lawyers.
Openings include La Guerrera’s Kitchen, Alley & Vine, Shake Shack; among closures are Jules Thin Crust, Cookiebar Alameda, El Gusano — and the 71-year-old Albany Bowl.
The assaults have sparked international outrage and been widely called hate crimes. Is there evidence that they were racially motivated?
Pamela Price, Seth Steward, Terry Wiley, and Jimmie Wilson want to succeed Nancy O’Malley as the county’s top prosecutor.
The Coliseum, housing, police budgets: in an online forum last night, incumbents defended their records and challengers laid out visions for change.
With longtime councilmember Larry Reid retiring, five candidates hope to become deep East Oakland’s next representative.
How long does Oakland fire season last? What’s the best way to monitor air quality? How is the Oakland Fire Department preparing?
We interviewed Dan Kalb, Steph Dominguez Walton, and Tri Ngo about their ideas to solve North Oakland’s biggest problems.
A new initiative helps local merchants make connections, get assistance and support other communities in need.
This month, the East Bay welcomed Ono Bakehouse, Black Star Pirate BBQ and 15 new restaurants, and said goodbye to Corso, the Albatross Pub and 13 other food businesses.
These residents long to follow in their parents’ and grandparents’ footsteps, but are priced out of homeownership in the neighborhoods where they were raised.
This month, 18 new East Bay restaurants opened and eight permanently closed.
Con la jubilación del concejal Larry Reid, cinco candidatos esperan convertirse en el próximo representante.
Taylor, who is giving up his D6 Council seat to run for mayor, said he’ll continue the reimagining public safety process and establish a City Hall East.
But the years-long pilot project stoked conflicts between different communities and revealed problems with the city’s transportation planning process.
After downtown mail boxes were removed last month, local postal workers and voters are staying vigilant. Here’s how the entire process works, and how to track your ballot as it travels through the mail.
We’re taking a look at what’s working, what’s not, and how the city has received feedback.
The hospital has long been considered “one of the best pediatric care centers in the nation.” Some say the university affiliation is damaging that reputation.
The District 7 councilmember wants to build stronger partnerships with county, state, and federal governments and with private industry to tackle Oakland’s biggest problems.