Editorial

President’s Messages

Mar 24,2022

This week we welcomed spring, the season of growth. It’s a time when all the things that laid dormant in the winter begin to experience new life. It’s a hopeful time for most.

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We’ve Done Good Work, Alameda

Mar 17,2022

Spring is around the corner and it is finally looking like we are moving out of the pandemic, so I wanted to share some news. I have made the decision that I will not be pursuing reelection this year, which means that 2022 will be my last year on Alameda’s City Council.

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No Time to Deny

Mar 10,2022

Paul, an Alameda renter, has been working hard to save up his money so he can move to a place closer to where he works. However, the past year has been really hard on Paul.

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A Farmer in the Making

Mar 10,2022

Alameda Backyard Growers (ABG) invited a youth at Farm2Market to share their perspective on gardening. Oliver Stouffer, a 17-year-old senior at Encinal High School, accepted their offer.

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On Safe Driving

Mar 03,2022

We often talk about what we as pedestrians and bicyclists can do to stay safe on our streets, but what can we, as drivers, do? Here are some tips and links to helpful information:

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WE DID IT — THANK YOU, ALAMEDA & JAN!

Mar 03,2022

A triumphant Jan Sutter stands proudly before his beloved home, The Queen Anne’s Revenge, reflecting on the success of his ambitious plan to match reader donations benefiting The Alameda Sun. As a result, the paper will receive a total of $5,000.

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