Al Martinez is a recently retired postmaster and former Richmond police officer – having left the department after being charged and acquitted for several alleged crimes – who is backed by the city’s biggest corporation....
The arrests and seizures were part of Operation Road Trip, a multi-agency, years-long effort led by California Department of Justice task forces, as well as federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, including the Richmond...
"Hilltop mall will always have a special part in my heart because of all the memories," said Martin Sarkis. "Hilltop Mall sure went through many changes throughout the years. Unfortunately they are changes going downhill."
RotaCare is the only free clinic in West Contra Costa County. For the growing immigrant population, the weekly clinic has filled a need for local and affordable health care.
Do you have a need for speed? Check out the West Coast Chess Alliance speed chess tournament.
Despite the Homecoming loss, the robust crowd stayed through the final whistle to cheer on the team.
Picnic in the Point brings together families and friends from all over the East Bay. The sun was out, and so were the smiles.
Roughly 27,000 letters went to Bay Area families notifying them that Covered California planned to end their coverage because they didn’t submit timely documents proving legal residence in the state.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) passed a resolution last Wednesday meant to cut refinery emissions, such as greenhouse gases, by 20 percent.
Ellen Seskin said she must have gotten the photo bug from her dad, a newspaper reporter who captured moments for a living. After a few nods of glory from friends, Eskin started to get serious...
Richmond Confidential highlights some of the key points of Sanders' speech, and exclusive interview and photos from the event.
An analysis of city documents, invoices, travel receipts and bank statements dating to 2010 shows that McLaughlin has traveled less, missed fewer meetings, and spent less money on the trips than City Councilman Nat Bates.
Still bothered by the absence of any leads, any clues, Richmond Police continue to investigate an unsolved murder from 2012.