- re: Oakland Raiders
News & Opinion,
Oct 13, 2010
Read this if you're still thinking about making the ex-senator one of your three choices for Oakland mayor.
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A group of artists, hackers, and other creative people have launched Omni Commons, a new community resource center in North Oakland that they hope will be an antidote to gentrification.
Private charter operators could soon take over five struggling schools in Oakland — and reap the benefits of a new parcel tax aimed at boosting public high schools.
Public records show that Lynette Gibson McElhaney loaned money to her sister in an apparent house-flipping scheme in Oakland that also involved her nonprofit's business partner.
The governor's new budget proposal is being hailed by conservatives and criticized by liberals and some Democratic lawmakers.
Private nonprofit hospitals, which benefit from huge tax breaks, fail to care for the East Bay's poorest residents — and now one public hospital is on the verge of collapse.