The package of bills to extend the state’s cap-and-trade program represented a difficult but necessary compromise that will lead to significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions while providing businesses with the predictability they need to adapt to an evolving economy.
Everyone knows that voters hate gas taxes. A vote for this tax increase may be bad politics, but inaction will end up costing commuters more money and more time stuck on terrible roads.
Two hundred business and education leaders gathered in Concord on Friday morning to celebrate employers engaged in Earn & Learn East Bay, an effort that has provided thousands of work and learning opportunities to local youth since 2009.
Over the last 31 years, East Bay USA has been known for bringing nationally renowned leaders in politics, media, science, and literature to the East Bay. This year is no exception.
The East Bay Philanthropy Awards are set to honor several local philanthropists for their commitment to giving back to the community. However, we could not help but highlight a few of them before the event on November 3rd. To help us