Alameda News

Elaborate Display of Haunted Humor Appears

Oct 24,2022

The family known for creating the hilarious and somewhat exhaustive send up of former presidents’, their inner circles’, and associated political figures’ transgressions for the past five Halloweens has chosen a decidedly less controversial topic for this year's display: Haunted Broadway.

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Legacy Display GoFundMe -- Parents at Love Elementary are raising money to build a historical display to convey the history of the school’s recent name change and its prior history.

Love School Legacy Committee Seeks Donations for Historical Display

Oct 12,2022

When community members called for the renaming of Haight Elementary School because of the racist actions of its namesake, Henry Huntly Haight, some teachers and residents voiced concern that changing the name would “erase history.” The former Haight School Renaming Committee responded by committi

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File Photo -- The City Council approved a revised Grand Street Resurfacing project, but the project may still be changed back to the original staff approved plan.

Council Approves Revised Grand Street Plan; May Still Be Changed

Oct 11,2022

At its Oct. 4 meeting, City Council approved the final concept of the Grand Street Resurfacing and Safety Improvement Project. The final concept was approved with a 3-0 vote — Councilmember John Knox White and Vice Mayor Malia Vella left the meeting by the time of the final vote.

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