East Bay Express Joins Five-Newspaper Bay Area Alt-weekly Group

Paper is sold to locally based publisher of other weeklies.


Panic Buying Simply Ensures That the Virus Will Spread More Quickly

Thinking about rushing to the local grocery store to stock up on toilet paper? That’s just about the dumbest thing that you could do today.


Berkeley Accommodates Some RV Dwellers But Turns Blind Eye Toward Most

City council's plan to create new long-term parking options is a start, but not a long-term solution.


What is Covid-19's True Mortality Rate? We Can't Know Yet

What is clear is that confident assurances about the death rate from President Trump or much of the media can't be trusted.


Hayward's Public Schools Have a Problem With Race

A steady stream of complaints from students and parents reveals a school district in disarray.


Will the State Take Over PG&E? And If That is Possible, Is It Also Wise?

With Gov. Newsom and a San Francisco senator making noises about public power, what would such a move entail?


Some Environmentalists Are Disappointed With Governor Gavin Newsom

Governor's office has seemed reluctant to help protect Northern California's rivers and fisheries if the actions might anger agricultural interests.


Carbon-Free Power at No Charge. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

PG&E offers East Bay Community Energy a long-term supply of free electricity with a catch: it's nuclear.


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