Jonn Hart captured the hearts of thousands when his first solo single “Who Booty” garnered national and international attention. Now signed to a major record label, he is taking his music to new levels but [...]
Funds for workforce training are now available from the Employment Training Panel (ETP). The funds originate through employer contributions into the Unemployment Insurance Fund, and are intended to address the training needs of private, for-profit [...]
Students at McClymonds High School now have access to computer programs designed to help them stay on track for graduation and college thanks to a donation from The Safeway Foundation of 2,000 Netbook Mini computers [...]
Protesters affiliated with PUEBLO and the Ella Baker Center attempted to confront Oakland Police Department Compliance Director Tom Frazier at his office on Wednesday. They have been angry about Frazier’s silence since he made the [...]
Julia Bonin, a third grade teacher at Millsmont Academy, 3200 62nd Ave, knew she had to be creative in establishing a mechanism to impact the lives of her students beyond the confines of a classroom.
Over 60 religious leaders, and faith-based organizations convene Northern California meeting to address better care for advanced illness and launch the Alameda County Caring Alliance. The Alameda County Caring Alliance (ACCA) kicked off its half [...]
Eltyna McCree, a downtown Oakland business owner for the past 35 years and owner of boutique Underground Treasures, 1701 Webster St., is being forced to close.
Unite4Good and Bright Future International (BFI), organizations that look to provide resources for underprivileged youth, have partnered with Berkeley Youth Alternative and other non-profits to kickoff its ‘Act of Kindness’ initiative this holiday season by [...]
Oakland, CA – The quarterback controversy is over. But the offensive struggles still remain. Neither Matt McGloin nor Terrell Pryor have solved the ongoing issues that have stifled this offense. Week fourteen is upon us [...]
Kaiser Permanente’s Northern California Community Benefit Program has awarded a $75,000 grant to the Center for Elders’ Independence (CEI) to help caregivers provide the best care for their aging parents. The grant will be used [...]