Bark Stix is the only organic dog food manufacturer in Richmond. All of the dog treats made out of the store’s kitchen use locally raised and grown products.
All too often, gunfire and police sirens have formed the soundtrack at Richmond’s John F. Kennedy Park. It sounded different Saturday afternoon. When hip-hop blared through loudspeakers, and friends and family of veteran community organizer...
De Anza High School's three-year-old law academy brings in practicing Bay Area lawyers to give students a real-life view of the legal world. Local district attorneys visit the classroom to mentor students and provide legal...
Young people at the RYSE center use rap and video to call for social change. The video will be screened on Wednesday, Dec. 17.
A Richmond man taking part in protests against police force in Oakland recently was assaulted by masked men who took issue with his attempts to put out a dumpster fire in the street.
"Everyone comes in wanting to be a change agent, but you can’t change things overnight.”
A second round of violent protests shook Oakland Tuesday night in response to a Missouri grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown.
As a police chaplain, Epps has to bring a delicate touch to every crime scene he visits, mediating between the police and distraught bystanders.
In one of her photo essays, City of Pride and Purpose, artist Mindy Pines, captures Richmond on election day.
On Monday evening, the Bayside Council PTA hosted a celebration of student art. The theme for this year’s Reflections Showcase was, “The World Would Be a Better Place If…”
Chevron-funded spending committees backed several losing candidates – to the tune of $3.1 million – on Election Day. Those who were defeated are now left to wonder what happened and whether Chevron's money may have...
A Richmond metal plating company was shut down by a court order last week, granting a request by California's Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC).
Money ran the race on Tuesday's school board elections, with the best funded candidates Block, Kronenberg and Cuevas winning the seats of the West Contra Costa Unified School District.