Park It: Carquinez Scenic Drive work restarts

Now that the semi-rainy season seems to be over, work has resumed on a major construction project along several miles of Carquinez Scenic Drive between Martinez and Port Costa. 
At 6:15 p.m. Tuesday, an officer on patrol helped save a suicidal San Leandro man who was sitting on the railing of a bridge over the San Leandro Creek  
 
Nate Moore of Castro Valley High shatters personal long jump record at Mt. SAC Relays, believes 25-year-old state mark is within reach  
 
Now that the semi-rainy season seems to be over, work has resumed on a major construction project along several miles of Carquinez Scenic Drive between Martinez and Port Costa.  
 
Now that the semi-rainy season seems to be over, work has resumed on a major construction project along several miles of Carquinez Scenic Drive between Martinez and Port Costa.  
 
East Bay Aviators wants to subsidize cost of private pilot's license training for low-income students.  
 
Voters should back candidates who best understand the city's fiscal plight, will continue holding the line and aren't afraid to make more tough decisions.  
 
As the campaign for the Alameda County Superintendent of Schools heats up, tough questions and critical analysis are expected. As decisions are made, it is crucial to remember the role of the superintendent as the countywide education leader.  
 
Oakland Strokes -- Registration open for rowing clinics for boys and girls grades 6-12, all levels of experience welcome. From 4:00-5:45 p.m. two days a week.  
 
Compounding the news that the Golden State Warriors had purchased land to build an arena in San Francisco, the Oakland Raiders on Monday failed to meet a deadline for submitting a Letter of Interest in Oakland's Coliseum City development.  
 
(Brendan Smialowski)
Congress is using Twitter, but which party is most active?

Your representative in the House is almost certainly on Twitter. Your senator definitely is. But how are they using the social network? Full Story
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Teens: How to thrive despite ADHD

Many teenagers diagnosed with ADHD take medication yet still feel isolated and left to their own devices to figure out how to survive and thrive, particularly in high school, with its added academic and social rigors. We speak to teens, experts, and parents about the resources available, including a new book by a UCSF psychology professor and a free guide by an Alameda teenager with ADHD.