Malcolm Marshall of Richmond Pulse interviews incumbent Nat Bates about his run for office, rent control, and the future of Richmond.
In a meeting at Lovonya DeJean Middle School last Wednesday, the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) Board of Education voted against a petition from Caliber Schools to open a high school in the...
Scenes from Richmond Art Center's Fall Family Day
The Tale of Two Cities podcast is back for another season featuring brand new audio stories about Oakland and Richmond
The Contra Costa County Animal Services Department hosted a free adoption drive to deal with overcrowding.
Polling place observers may help discourage aggressive electioneering on Election Day, as long as they don't interfere with the voting process.
Over 300 people attended a Clean Slate Day in North Richmond, organized by the Contra Costa County Office of the Public Defender, in the hopes of clearing their criminal records.
Scenes from Mayor’s second annual golf tournament.
Candidates’ strategies for development across Richmond—and especially downtown—varied greatly.
The Richmond City Council clashed over funding for body cameras and tasers at Tuesday's meeting. Other initiatives related to cannabis, carbon tax and school budget were approved with little conflict.
Passionate, strict, dedicated and humble were a few of the words used to describe the late Dr. William Jenkins at the opening of a new health center named for him.
More than two hundred parents attended the 11th annual Parents as Partners and Leaders Conference held at Lovonya DeJean Middle School last Saturday. The annual conference offers parents a range of guidance, information and advice.
When local nonprofit Urban Tilth broke ground at its new farm in North Richmond on Saturday, it signaled the beginning of something new—and a chance for the community to reconcile with its past, said executive...