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Bikers, walkers, runners take over Niles Canyon Road(47KB)
Closed to vehicles for several hours on Sunday, 6.4 miles of Niles Canyon Road, between Old Canyon Road in Fremont and Main Street in Sunol, gave way to walkers, runners and cyclists for the first "Niles Canyon Stroll & Roll."
Hayward begins steps toward building new youth and family center(53KB)
HAYWARD -- A plan to help revitalize South Hayward with a new youth and family center was met last week with enthusiasm by the City Council, activists and local officials.
EPA chief leads dedication of Hayward solar landfill conversion(285KB)
HAYWARD -- An old landfill will be the first in the Bay Area to be converted into a solar farm, with 19,000 panels producing enough energy to power 1,200 homes.
Proposed trail would link Niles to Sunol(268KB)
Plans for a multi-use trail through Niles Canyon connecting Fremont and Sunol are gathering steam.
In its early stages, the proposed project would create a 10-foot-wide path for pedestrians, bicyclists and possibly equestrians to travel...
Alameda County to Host Apps Challenge, Cash Prizes Awarded to Winners
Alameda County will continue its push for greater community participation and government transparency on Saturday, April 25, at the Alameda County Apps Challenge 2015.1.
Tennyson Corridor Initiative Receives Over $9 Million(225KB)
Supervisor Richard Valle's Tennyson Corridor Initiative to build a new Family and Youth Center in South Hayward received a major boost last week when the Alameda County Board of Supervisors committed $9.6 million to District 2 capital projects.
Alameda sheriff who sparred with immigrant advocates now champions their cause
The sheriff's order "offers a great deal of clarification," Valle said.
"It's a straightforward message we're not going to hold people just because they are here and they're undocumented," Valle said. "It's a great step forward."