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By Bay City News- An Alameda woman was sentenced today to 25 years to life in state prison for fatally shooting a man during an argument inside his RV in Oakland's Meadow Brook neighborhood two years ago.
You don't have to be Irish to enjoy a few drinks this weekend, but whether you're a teetotaler or a total tramp, keep it down if someone's singing or speaking; not that some performers don't like a rowdy crowd, and plenty of wild times are available.
Rooster's Roadhouse in Alameda revs up for St. Patrick's Day with three Celtic bands rocking the house Friday night.
Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter wants to ensure that pet owners have a good chance of finding their beloved animals should they ever get lost.
Sales tax revenue for the city rose slightly between July and September last year compared to the same period of the previous fiscal year, with Alameda South Shore Center and part of the Webster Street Business District among the areas where growth was strong.
Alameda celebrated the Year of the Horse at the Spring Festival on Saturday at Harbor Bay Landing.
Local band Love Power, featuring original "Tower of Power" singer Rick Stevens, will hold its first concert March 23 at Yoshi's Oakland.
A man driving a stolen car drove through a red light and about four stop signs as officers tried to detain him and his passenger, police said.
Developer Ron Cowan has withdrawn his proposal to build homes on the site of the Harbor Bay Athletic Club, but still wants city officials to approve a plan to replace the club with a new facility on North Loop Road.
The creation of a master plan for Alameda Point, a land-swap deal with the school district and the creation of two new city parks were the among achievements that City Manager John Russo highlighted March 7 during a "state of the city" talk before the Alameda Chamber of Commerce.
When Alameda resident George Powell was just 18, he was attacked in Vietnam by an enemy soldier.
Berkeley-based comedian Josh Kornbluth is pleased to return to Temple Israel of Alameda for a benefit show March 22. His routine, "Citizen Josh," highlights his foibles in the field of community organizing and state politics and promises to entertain audience members across the political spectrum.
A 94-year-old concrete bench that may be Alameda's best-known piece of park furniture could soon fall to the wrecking ball.
Michaan's Auctions announced its third offering of spectacular Tiffany Studios treasures from Japan's esteemed Garden Museum with additions from private collections.