California cities have been grappling with a shortage of police officers for years now. To boost recruits, some cities are offering higher pay and attractive bonuses.
Leading government software provider Granicus has released a list of finalists for its 13th annual Digital Government Awards.
Alameda has named local government veteran Jennifer Ott as its next city manager. Ott’s appointment will be approved at the City Council’s Dec. 6 meeting.
“There was apparently some level of confusion between their dispatchers and our dispatchers,” said Elliot Mainzer, chief executive of the ISO.
Hate crimes increased for the third consecutive year in California in 2021.
The state announced exemptions to its new indoor mask mandate last week that will allow people in some Bay Area counties to ditch face coverings in certain spaces.
City and county leaders have offered their condolences after the tragic death of Supervisor Wilma Chan.
Ten local health officers from the San Francisco Bay Area released a recent statement endorsing the full reopening of schools this fall.
Highlights of the podcast include a behind the scenes look of the opening of the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art, Culture and Industry, and more.
The City of Alameda has finally released the transcript and recording at the center of a controversy involving members of the city council and former city manager Jill Keimach in 2017 and 2018.