Month: April 2014

New Fund Helps Oaklanders Get Jobs at Army Base

Posted in Army Base Jobs, Economic Development, Oakland Job Programs By Ashley Chambers Community groups and leaders have come together to…

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BART Police Respond to Alleged Dancing on Train, Arrest and Assault Young Woman

Posted in Police-Public Safety By Spencer Whitney When 19-year-old Nubia Bowe was returning home on BART with friends on…

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OPD Still Struggling to Report Officer Misconduct, Reduce “Unjustified Use of Force,” Says Warshaw

Posted in Police-Public Safety Court-appointed overseer finds reasons for “cautious optimism” By Ken A. Epstein The Oakland Police Department’s…

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Five Compete to Represent Council District 2

Posted in Elections & Voting Rights By Ken Epstein The five candidates who are running for Oakland City Council,…

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Small Businesses Protest Bus AC Transit International Blvd. Project

Posted in Business, Community, Economic Development, Gentrification By Ken Epstein Small business owners on International Boulevard held a rally this week calling…

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Wide Open Race to Replace Outgoing County Superintendent of Schools

Posted in Education/Schools/Youth, Elections & Voting Rights By Ken Epstein Five candidates are competing to replace Alameda County Superintendent of…

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Tony Thurmond Gains Major Endorsements in Assembly District 15 Race

Posted in Elections & Voting Rights By Ken Epstein With election season now in full swing, Assembly District 15…

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Sanjiv Handa Died of Acute Diabetes Complications

Posted in Community By Post Staff Now more than two years after the sudden death of independent journalist Sanjiv…

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Community Speaks Out to Defend Laney President Elnora Webb

Posted in Community, Education/Schools/Youth, Equal Rights/Equity  By Ken A. Epstein As the news is spreading that Dr. Elnora Webb is in…

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Community Speaks Out to Defend Laney President Elnora Webb

Posted in Community, Education/Schools/Youth, Equal Rights/Equity By Ken A. Epstein As the news is spreading that Dr. Elnora Webb is in…

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