Handling police reform in Alameda is a journey that started with the May 23 arrest of Mali Watkins for dancing in the streets. First a neighbor posted a video showing the incident, then the Alameda Police Department (APD) released body-camera footage of the confrontation.
Project thanks, honors Highland’s medical providers during COVID-19
SpeedPro East Bay, an Alameda-based large-size graphics company, will be installing a 23-foot wall mural at Highland Hospital dedicated to nurses’ hard work on July 14.
The City of Alameda has released its COVID-19 “Get Around Safe” pledge that encourages pledge-takers to drive, bike, walk, and take transit safely during the coronavirus pandemic. The pledge responds to how the pandemic is changing how people get around, which adds potential dangers to everyday
The Alameda Police Department (APD) is advising the public to be aware of their surroundings after leaving Alameda banks. APD has received multiple reports of victims being followed home from banks and robbed.
Next Wednesday, July 1, the minimum wage in the City of Alameda will increase from 13.50 to $15 per hour. The minimum wage applies to all employees who work two hours or more per week within the city and to all businesses in Alameda, regardless of the number of employees.