Peninsula Press’ Natasha Jessen-Petersen talks to Steve Nakajo, the executive director of the Japantown Taskforce, and others in the community to discuss the role of Japanese American history and the future of Japantown.
Port of Oakland bar pilots say the number of ships that are calling in the Bay Area are at a low. They’re hoping the situation will change in the coming weeks — by convincing more cargo ships to head to Northern California.
Farmworker Caravan delivers nonperishable foods and household essentials to Santa Clara, Monterey, Santa Cruz, San Benito and San Luis Obispo Counties, where local organizations distribute the items to more than 500 farmworker families once a month.
A pipeline stretching across the Straits of Mackinac in Michigan has been thrust back into the spotlight after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer ordered a shutdown of the line that the oil company refused, resulting in a high-profile legal dispute between the state and the oil company.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, California’s job market has lost the largest percentage of parents of school children in the country, trailing only Nevada and Michigan, an analysis of U.S. Census Household Pulse Survey data shows.