Community advocates say the changes aren’t enough to prevent reckless driving on International Boulevard.
New signs were unveiled Monday morning by Mayor Sheng Thao and members of the City Council and OakDOT.
Public safety, ongoing construction, and outdated facilities are some of the complaints.
The Fruitvale Alive! project features raised bikeways, a first for Oakland.
Business owners, residents, and officials debated ways to reduce gun violence, robberies, and other dangers.
Payam and Genesta Zarehbin Irani run Fruitvale Optometry, a bilingual business that caters to the neighborhood’s Latino communities.
Getting to school should be safe. We followed two families to experience the problem infrastructure and dangerous driving they deal with daily.
Unity Council’s Onward Oakland: Adelante Oakland program helps Fruitvale entrepreneurs build their digital presence, apply for permits, and more.
3 establishments—Los Cocos, Otaez, and El Huarache Azteca—were invited to make “off the menu” dishes to celebrate restaurant week in Fruitvale.
This year’s focus is on Oakland small businesses and a pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic.
Eva Saavedra y su esposo Juan Chávez solían vender comida en el garaje de su casa en Fruitvale. 20 años después, Eva y su hija Mayra mantienen el negocio a flote.
Alameda County is accepting applications for its latest round of CARES Act small business grants. But some struggling Oakland business owners fear they may still be forced to close.