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  1. Alameda: Ground breaking held for new fire stationRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area

    Mayor Trish Herrera Spencer, members of the City Council and Fire Chief Doug Long broke ground June 26 for a new fire station and emergency operations center at Hibbard Street and Buena Vista Avenue. The new 9,000-square-foot Fire Station 3 will replace the existing station on Grand Street and house one engine company.

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  2. Food, fun at Buddhist Temple of Alameda's VacationlandRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area

    Mike Kurouki, left, of Richmond, and Yuri Kaluamoy, right, of Alameda, prepare tempura at the Buddhist Temple of Alameda's annual Vacationland Carnival and Bazaar in Alameda, Calif., on Saturday, June 27, 2015. People browse the "White Elephant" booth at the Buddhist Temple of Alameda's annual Vacationland Carnival and Bazaar in Alameda, Calif., on Saturday, June 27, 2015.

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  3. East Bay's Park It: Hiking, concerts among July eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area

    An important new addition to Las Trampas Regional Wilderness is set to open this month in Danville. The Elworthy property, 232 acres of grassy hillsides, oak woodlands and gorgeous views of Mount Diablo and the San Ramon Valley, will officially open July 15. The property provides a key link between Las Trampas and Danville, allowing hikers a new way to reach one of the East Bay Regional Park District's largest and most rugged parks.

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  4. Alameda calendar: Celebrate July 4 with Mayor's parade, HornetRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area

    Mayor's Fourth of July Race. The Mayor's annual pre-parade race is a 5K run or walk through Alameda to benefit the Midway Shelter for Women and Children.

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  5. Alameda: Pedestrian decoy operation results in 168 citationsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area

    An Alameda police pedestrian decoy operation on June 24 resulted in 168 citations being issued at eight different intersections throughout the city. Approximately 80 percent of the citations were for pedestrian violations, police said.

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  6. Alameda: Paru Street fire displaces two residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area

    Firefighters put out a blaze the afternoon of June 27 that they believe started accidentally when a halogen lamp came in contact with combustible materials. Firefighters at 1:56 p.m. went to a house in the 1600 block of Paru Street after hearing a report of smoke coming from its roof, Capt.

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  7. Grand jury rips Alameda County's financially struggling public health systemRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area

    A civil grand jury blasted Alameda County's financially struggling public health system for plunging deeper in debt and not warning its trustees or county supervisors of the magnitude of the problem, made worse by taking over San Leandro Hospital. Alameda Health System owed Alameda County almost $200 million when the grand jury wrote its report.

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  8. Alameda firefighters extinguish blaze started by halogen lampRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Inside Bay Area

    Firefighters put out a blaze on Saturday afternoon that they believe started accidentally when a halogen lamp came in contact with combustible materials. Firefighters at 1:56 p.m. went to a house in the 1600 block of Paru Street after hearing a report of smoke coming from its roof, said Capt.

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  9. Alameda: Planning Board rejects revised Boatworks housing, park proposalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Inside Bay Area

    The effort to build homes on former warehouse property along the Oakland Estuary stalled Monday, when the Planning Board unanimously rejected the developer's bid to amend the plans for the project. Known as the Boatworks, the project at Oak Street and Clement Avenue near the Park Street Bridge calls for 182 housing units and a 2-acre public park on the waterfront.

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  10. FAME Charter Schools' appeal to stay open denied by judgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Inside Bay Area

    An Alameda County Superior Court judge issued a ruling Tuesday night denying Families of Alameda for Multi-Cultural/Multi-Lingual Education Charter Schools' petition for an injunction to remain open after its charter was not renewed in April by Alameda County Board of Education. Judge Evelio Grillo listened to attorneys from FAME Charter Schools and the county Board of Education on June 17, before issuing a tentative order denying the petition.

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  11. Alameda: Mayor's Fourth of July Parade among biggest in nationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Inside Bay Area

    Just about everyone and everywhere will be decked out in red, white and blue for the annual Mayor's Fourth of July Parade, one of the largest and longest Independence Day parades in the nation. More than 170 floats and 2,500 participants are expected to travel along the three-mile route, with an estimated 20,000 more watching from folding chairs set up on sidewalks and porches, as well as from front yard barbecues and parties.

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  12. Photos: Kiteboarders soar at Crown Beach in AlamedaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Inside Bay Area

    After a low-wind lull lasting several weeks, conditions picked up as kiteboarders launched from Crown Beach in Alameda, Calif., on Wednesday, June 24, 2015. Boardsports California offers kiteboarding, windsurfing and paddleboard lessons out of their shop at the beach.

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  13. Soul Train recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | Inside Bay Area

    We already know Oakland's got soul. Now, the city apparently has the distinction of holding the world record for a "Soul Train"-style dance line.

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  14. Oakland holds new record for "Soul Train' lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | Inside Bay Area

    We already know Oakland's got soul. Now, the city has the distinction of holding the Guinness World Record of the "Soul Train"-style line.

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  15. Alameda: Eagle Scout project is Crown Beach cleanupRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Inside Bay Area

    Boy Scout Nathan Ramos poses with Mayor Trish Herrera Spencer at Robert Crown Memorial State Beach. -- *Jon Kawamoto* *Hills weeklies editor* Bay Area News Group 510-748-1658 jkawamoto@bayareanewsgroup.com Boy Scout Nathan Ramos poses with about 40 volunteers, Mayor Trish Spencer Herrera and Councilman Frank Matarresse, after the volunteers worked to remove the African ice plant, a non-native plant at the Elsie Roemer Bird Sanctuary at Robert Crown Memorial State Beach.

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  16. Alameda: School officials seeking applicants for board seatRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Inside Bay Area

    Trustees with the Alameda Unified School District are accepting applications from people wishing to finish the term of Niel Tam, who died in May. The term will end in 2016. Applications are available on the district website, as well as at the front desk of the district's offices at 2060 Challenger Drive.

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  17. Alameda: Super heroines organization benefit Alameda Food BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Inside Bay Area

    On June 6, the Fireside Lounge on Webster Street saw some super heroines for an evening of cover bands, costumes and charity. The evening was hosted by the California Super Heroine Initiative and Clap Handz Entertainment in order to raise funds for the Alameda Food Bank.

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  18. East Bay's Park It: Enjoy July Fourth from Ardenwood to Alameda and beyondRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Inside Bay Area

    There's no better way to celebrate Independence Day than at a regional park. Gather your family and friends, and head to any of the four Fourth of July events scheduled around the East Bay Regional Park District, have a picnic at any of our hundreds of picturesque picnic sites, or find a hilltop with panoramic views of Bay Area fireworks.

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  19. Alameda letters: Explanation of tube's projected traffic impact seems flawedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Inside Bay Area

    Are you baffled by the June 12 My Word, "Clearing up the confusion about Alameda Point," about only one additional car being added to the Posey Tube in 2035 -- even with the Point development of 8,000 new jobs and 1,200 homes? It's not as nutty as it seems. The reason is the Posey Tube is already at capacity during rush hour.

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  20. Alameda: Girl Scout Troop 31853 bring butterflies back to gardenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Inside Bay Area

    The butterflies are back at the Edison Elementary School garden, thanks to the work of Alameda Girl Scout Troop 31853. The troop spent several months replanting the garden and making other improvements.

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