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Former City Manager Jill Keimach will not face any criminal charges for recording meeting with council members  https://...
10/24/2018
DA Clears Keimach

Former City Manager Jill Keimach will not face any criminal charges for recording meeting with council members https://alamedasun.com/news/da-clears-keimach #alameda #citycouncil #afd #jillkeimach

Former Alameda City Manager Jill Keimach was absolved of any wrongdoing by the Alameda County District Attorney’s (DA) office after secretly recording a meeting that involved her, Vice Mayor Malia Vella and Councilmember Jim Oddie. “I am extremely grateful to the District Attorney’s office for...

The annual Hoop Shoots contest is back starting this Monday https://alamedasun.com/news/elks%E2%80%99-46th-hoop-shoots-c...
10/12/2018
Elks’ 46th Hoop Shoots Contest Starts Monday

The annual Hoop Shoots contest is back starting this Monday https://alamedasun.com/news/elks%E2%80%99-46th-hoop-shoots-contest-starts-monday #alamedaelks #alameda

The Alameda Elks along with the Alameda Recreation and Park Department will kick off the 46th annual Hoop Shoots contest Monday, Oct. 15. The contest competition will be at the park level. The first competitions will be held at Bayport, Franklin, Leydecker, Lincoln, Longfellow, Tillman and Washingto...

Citywide earthquake drill scheduled for this Thursday https://alamedasun.com/news/drop-cover-hold-great-california-shake...
10/12/2018
Drop, Cover, Hold on: Great California Shakeout

Citywide earthquake drill scheduled for this Thursday https://alamedasun.com/news/drop-cover-hold-great-california-shakeout #alameda #greatshakeout

Next Thursday, Oct. 18, at 10:18 a.m., there will be an earthquake in Alameda. That is, an earthquake drill. In regions across the United States and countries around the globe, where earthquakes are as common a concern as in the Bay Area. Millions of people will practice how to safely and confidentl...

Mayor Trish Spencer responded to "incomplete" Eat Bay Express article https://alamedasun.com/news/article-targets-island...
10/12/2018
Article Targets Island’s Mayor

Mayor Trish Spencer responded to "incomplete" Eat Bay Express article https://alamedasun.com/news/article-targets-island%E2%80%99s-mayor #alameda

Alameda Mayor Trish Spencer whose re-election campaign is currently underway, was the subject of an article in the East Bay Express titled “Alameda Mayor Trish Spencer Has Yet to Return Missing Funds.” Spencer describes the story as “incomplete, at best.” Spencer came to the Alameda Sun last...

City of Alameda to pass on opportunity for US Department of Justice grant because of their refusal to send immigration o...
08/31/2018
City Passes on $10,500

City of Alameda to pass on opportunity for US Department of Justice grant because of their refusal to send immigration or citizenship information about suspected undocumented immigrants https://alamedasun.com/news/city-passes-10500 #alameda

Alameda won’t apply for USDOJ cash The City of Alameda is electing not to submit an application for the 2018 Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) from the U.S. Department of Justice (USDOJ). Chief of Police Paul Rolleri advised Alameda County officials that the city would not apply for this federa...

One of Alameda's most employed companies is leaving the Island next year. https://alamedasun.com/news/key-employer-harbo...
08/24/2018
Key Employer at Harbor Bay Plans to Move Out

One of Alameda's most employed companies is leaving the Island next year. https://alamedasun.com/news/key-employer-harbor-bay-plans-move-out #vfoutdoors #harborbay

VF Outdoors headed for Denver VF Outdoor announced that it will move its company with 650 employees to Denver, Colo., next year. In 2011, the company worked with SRMErnst — now busy at Alameda Point — to build a campus on Harbor Bay Parkway. The company moved from San Leandro into its 14-acre wa...

08/20/2018

Any parents of Alameda students want to see their kids in the Sun? The Alameda Sun is looking for first day of school pictures. Send them in a reply or email them to [email protected]

Good Luck to the Encinal and Alameda high school football teams on the first games of the season tonight. The Hornets ar...
08/17/2018
Football Season Begins

Good Luck to the Encinal and Alameda high school football teams on the first games of the season tonight. The Hornets are on the road, while the Jets play at Stargell Field https://alamedasun.com/news/football-season-begins #hornets #Jets

The 2018 high school football season is picking up earlier than usual with both Alameda and Encinal high school teams beginning their seasons tomorrow. Encinal High The Jets (11-1 last year) will begin the season with a battle against Washington of Fremont at Stargell Field.

The Alameda Police Department is reopening the Citizen Police Academy to allow participants to learn about and engage wi...
08/17/2018
Citizen Police Academy Reopens

The Alameda Police Department is reopening the Citizen Police Academy to allow participants to learn about and engage with the department's officers https://alamedasun.com/news/citizen-police-academy-reopens #apd

Committed to building relationships with the community, the Alameda Police Department (APD) is reopening the popular Citizen Police Academy. The Academy will allow participants to learn about and engage with APD officers and personnel through lectures and hands-on activities. Topics include officer....

Alameda youth took to the Encinal Swim Center last week to compete in the 64th Annual City Swim Championships https://al...
08/10/2018
64th Swim Championships Results

Alameda youth took to the Encinal Swim Center last week to compete in the 64th Annual City Swim Championships https://alamedasun.com/news/64th-swim-championships-results #cityswimchampionships #alamedagators #alamedaislandaquatics

The 64th annual City of Alameda Swim Championships took place last weekend at the Encinal Swim Center. Hundreds of swimmers with ties to Alameda competed in 90 meets at the event. The event started Friday, Aug. 3, with the girls’ 13- to 14-year-old 1,650-yard freestyle. Molly Boyle won the race wi...

Fundraiser for Breast Cancer Research Foundation is on tap for this weekend https://alamedasun.com/news/lemonade4life-fu...
07/27/2018
Lemonade4Life Fundraiser on Tap this Weekend

Fundraiser for Breast Cancer Research Foundation is on tap for this weekend https://alamedasun.com/news/lemonade4life-fundraiser-tap-weekend #lemonade4life

American Oak Restaurant will host “Lemonade4Life,” a fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF), from Saturday, July 28, to Saturday, Aug. 4. During the weeklong event the restaurant will sell fresh-squeezed pink lemonade and donate the proceeds to BCRF. Lemonade will be sold fo...

Alameda City Clerk determines notice of intention petition to recall the Vice Mayor was invalid due to address filings h...
07/06/2018
City Clerk Determines Recall Petitions to be Incomplete

Alameda City Clerk determines notice of intention petition to recall the Vice Mayor was invalid due to address filings https://alamedasun.com/news/city-clerk-determines-recall-petitions-be-incomplete #cityclerk #vicemayor

Proponents of an effort to have Vice Mayor Malia Vella recalled and removed from her position had their Notice of Intention to Circulate a Recall Petition rejected by City Clerk Lara Weisiger on June 27. In a letter to Stephen Slauson, who led the group of Alamedans petitioning for the recall measur...

An Alameda group has started an effort to have Malia Vella recalled from her position as Vice Mayor. City Clerk will ann...
06/27/2018
Vice Mayor, Councilmember Served with Recall Papers

An Alameda group has started an effort to have Malia Vella recalled from her position as Vice Mayor. City Clerk will announce tomorrow if the group can collect necessary signatures for recall measure https://alamedasun.com/news/vice-mayor-councilmember-served-recall-papers #alameda #maliavella #vicemayor

A group of Alamedans have begun the process to recall Malia Vella as Vice Mayor of Alameda. The group served Vella with a notice of intention for recall at the Tuesday, June 19, City Council meeting. The group also published the notice of intention petition in the June 21 edition of the Alameda Sun.

Alameda Police Department arrested three people last week involved in two separate crimes https://alamedasun.com/news/lo...
06/21/2018
Local Crimes Lead to Arrests

Alameda Police Department arrested three people last week involved in two separate crimes https://alamedasun.com/news/local-crimes-lead-arrests #apd

Three people were arrested last week for their involvement in two separate crimes in Alameda. Carl’s Jr. robbery Alameda Police Department (APD) arrested Terrence Dennae Hall, 36, and Jordan Michael Moore, 27, for alleged robbery at a Carl’s Jr. restaurant Tuesday, June 12. At approximately 10:2...

Walnut Creek man died in Crown Beach accident https://alamedasun.com/news/kitesurfer-73-drowns-bay #alameda #crownbeach
06/08/2018
Kitesurfer, 73, Drowns in Bay

Walnut Creek man died in Crown Beach accident https://alamedasun.com/news/kitesurfer-73-drowns-bay #alameda #crownbeach

The Alameda County Coroner’s Bureau identified a man who drowned in the waters off Crown Beach on Friday, June 1, as 73-year-old Dr. Andres Caicedo. The victim, a surgeon from Walnut Creek, died while kite-surfing. Firefighters were called to Crown Memorial State Beach at 4:26 p.m. The Alameda Fir...

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