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Mike Lano &nbsp&nbsp Local residents could take advantage of several informational booths at the College of Alameda Health Fair last Thursday.

College Hosts Health Fair

Oct 19,2017

 

The College of Alameda held a Health and Wellness Fair for the public on Thursday, Oct. 12, with a variety of booths including a destressing station. A stage was packed with non-stop singers, dancers, actors and athletes throughout the event. 

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Courtesy photo &nbsp&nbsp Students at Paden Elementary School enjoy the benefits that Alameda Arts brings. These include quiet places to read and do homework, academic support, structured outdoor play, as well as open art lab and free play.

Program Strives to Enrich Students

Oct 12,2017

 

Alameda Arts works with the Alameda Unified School District to bring its programs to the city’s public school community. The program that caters to working families runs from the first day of school to the last, Monday through Friday following the school calendar.

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Ekene Ikeme &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp Alameda kids couldn’t wait to take their turns at shooting hoops at Washington Park’s newly refurbished basketball courts. The new courts were unveiled last Friday.

Warriors Refurbish Island Park’s Courts

Oct 05,2017

 

The Golden State Warriors Community Foundation unveiled two newly refurbished basketball courts at Alameda’s Upper Washington Park at a ceremony Friday, Sept. 29. Hundreds of Alamedans were in attendance. 

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Alameda Police Department &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp officials at Alameda High School found this rope fashioned into a noose near a fence that surrounds school property.

Noose Discovered Near Alameda High School

Sep 14,2017

 

Hate and bigotry have reared their ugly heads yet again in Alameda: the broken windows at Temple Israel and flyers with hate messages on Sherman Street have now been joined by a noose lying on the sidewalk near a fence at Alameda High School (AHS).

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