Angela Ruggiero, San Jose Mercury News

Angela Ruggiero

San Jose Mercury News

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Past articles by Angela:

Alameda County delays vote on large Livermore solar project

Alameda County Board of Supervisors has delayed a vote on a big solar panel project until June, questioning if it qualifies for a big tax break. → Read More

Berkeley allocates large investment for affordable housing project near BART

Berkeley City Council agreed to allocate $53 million toward an affordable housing project near two Berkeley BART stations. → Read More

East Bay official faces backlash after ‘ghetto’ comment

A Livermore Planning Commissioner and former City Council member, John Stein, could be removed from his position for comments he made during a meeting. → Read More

Livermore ranchers, farmers sue county to halt solar project

Members of several activists groups including Save North Livermore Valley and the Ohlone Audubon Society are suing Alameda County over the approval of a large-scale solar project north of Livermore. → Read More

Livermore updates historic guidelines for properties citywide

The city of Livermore updated its standards for a property to be considered historic, surveying every current property in the city. → Read More

Dublin approves millions to help fund affordable housing project near BART

A new affordable housing project could be in the works near the Dublin/Pleasanton BART station in Dublin after City Council approved millions in funding Tuesday night. → Read More

Pleasanton grocery store pleads guilty to price gouging during pandemic

A Pleasanton grocery store, Apna Bazar and its owner, were accused of illegally raising prices up to 400% during the pandemic. → Read More

Oakland students return to classroom after agreement reached with teachers union

The Oakland Education Association and the Oakland Unified School District reached an agreement Sunday after weekend negotiations over the return to the classroom for Fall 2021. → Read More

Dublin school opens much-anticipated new science, engineering building

Dublin High School officially welcomed a new 47,000-square-foot science and engineering building to its campus Thursday. → Read More

Wife of East Bay Assemblyman Rob Bonta announces run for his seat

Mia Bonta, the wife of current Assemblyman Rob Bonta and soon to be state attorney general announced she’s seeking election to her husband’s assembly seat. → Read More

Berkeley wants to hear from residents about Cal housing plans, including People’s Park

Berkeley City Council is will host a special meeting Tuesday to discuss UC Berkeley’s housing constriction plans, including the controversial People’s Park project. → Read More

East Bay city handing out free gun locks

Dublin Police are giving away free gun trigger locks as part of an effort to bring awareness to a new law that requires gun owners in Dublin to properly store firearms. → Read More

East Bay city handing out free gun locks

Dublin Police are giving away free gun trigger locks as part of an effort to bring awareness to a new law that requires gun owners in Dublin to properly store firearms. → Read More

DA charges Oakland man who allegedly shot teen after interrupting van break-in

A 23-year-old man has been arrested and charged with murder after he allegedly pistol whipped a car burglar then shot a 17-year-old who was waiting in a car a short distance away. → Read More

Cal students, staff warned of massive data breach after nationwide cyber attack

A massive nationwide cyberattack last week could have compromised the data of UC faculty and staff, including at UC Berkeley, the university warned. → Read More

Pleasanton teacher and her mother die after car goes over cliff at Bodega Bay

A first grade teacher at Lydiksen Elementary in Pleasanton died in crash over the weekend in Bodega Bay. → Read More

Pleasanton offers ‘virtual academy’ this fall for students who prefer distance learning

While some students struggled with distance learning during the pandemic, some thrived. So Pleasanton Unified will now offer an alternative solution for students, Virtual Academy for fall 2021. → Read More

Housing alone shouldn’t replace popular downtown Pleasanton restaurant, planners say

Owners of Barone's Restaurant in Pleasanton want to shutter, and tear down the restaurant for housing. → Read More

Berkeley police: Sex assault cold case solved after 24 years

After 24 years, Berkeley Police were able to solve a cold case sexual assault of a teenager thanks to DNA evidence. → Read More

Former East Bay council candidate sued for sexual harassment

This former Danville Town Council candidate, who lost in the November 2020, is being sued by a former employee for allegations of sexual harassment, including allegedly drugging her drink at a work… → Read More