Feature Articles

Adopt a Vampire for Halloween

Oct 28,2021

This Halloween, many of the gnarly old grouches (aka “vibrant, active seniors”) here in Geezerville are canceling their Service Zombie (SZ) rental agreements and adopting Service Vampires (SV).

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On Friday, Oct. 22, artist Norman Moore introduced  his sculpture ‘Gateway to California,’ funded by the  Public Art Commission, during a popular event at Jean  Sweeney Open Space that included dance and music.

Gateway to California Celebrated

Oct 28,2021

On Friday, Oct. 22, artist Norman Moore introduced his sculpture ‘Gateway to California,’ funded by the Public Art Commission, during a popular event at Jean Sweeney Open Space that included dance and music.

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GABA: The End of an Era

Oct 20,2021

Tony Kuttner, Former President of GABA

With a mixture of gratitude and sadness, the board of directors for the Greater Alameda Business Association decided earlier this month that the organization will cease operations by Nov. 1.

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Pilots Compete in Clovis Meet

Oct 14,2021

Ekene Ikeme

The St. Joseph Notre Dame (SJND) women’s cross-country team finished eighth in the women’s 5,000-meter small school competition at the 42nd Asics Clovis Invitational at Woodward Park in Fresno on Oct. 9.

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County Secured Roll Property Taxes Due

Oct 14,2021

Sun Staff Reports

More than 442,000 secured roll property tax bills for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 amounting to $4.8 billion were mailed this month by Alameda County Treasurer and Tax Collector, Henry C. Levy, to all real property owners of record in the Alameda County Assessor’s Office.

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