Twenty out of Richmond’s 25 city-based commissions and committees currently have empty seats, resulting in an approximately 30 percent vacancy rate. For these committees, this means more work and fewer opportunities to engage the public.
The West Contra Costa Unified School District is expecting to receive more than $1 million to assist English-as-a-second-language instruction for this current school year. The state grant is part of a federal education law, the...
Richmond organizers held the first hazardous-waste collection event on Sept. 30. The event gave Richmond residents the opportunity to properly dispose of toxic items.
Richmond resident Renée Terrell has been creating a massive photo collage on her kitchen wall since 2006, documenting five generations of family members, friends and acquaintances.
Let Our People Go, a multi-faith organizing project base in Richmond, meets at the West County Detention Facility once a month to protest the ICE detention center housed there.
Local businesses and organizations are stepping up to help those affected by the North Bay fires by collecting donations of food, water, and other supplies.
"Tale of Two Cities" is back! On this episode we bring you stories about curious people and the things they do while we're sleeping.
Richmond Tool Library will celebrate its one-year anniversary at an event Sunday at noon. The event will also celebrate the successful crowdfunding effort to replace tools that were stolen last month.
WCCUSD charter schools scored higher than district schools in statewide Smarter Balanced test with high percentage of English learners and socioeconomically disadvantaged students as a bill deterring exclusionary admission policies of charter schools awaits approval...
The state housing bills signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Sept. 29 have created optimism in Contra Costa County, but affordable-housing advocates see them as just the start of a long process.
Don't have Saturday afternoon plans? Check out the North Richmond Shoreline Festival, a community event that celebrates the city's conservation efforts.
The second annual Bay Area Mural Festival kicks of this week with 11 new social justice-themed murals and community events.
Richmond city council to discuss following Berkeley and Oakland's lead in establishing the Bay Area's first public bank.