On Friday, March 17, staffers from KaBOOM! and Target gathered with members of the community to build a park for Richmond in one day. KaBOOM! is a nonprofit that provides new playgrounds and park equipment...
In the small enclave of Point Richmond, members of the community are providing support for restaurant owners Aky and Mohammad Abolghasem following a fire that destroyed their home two weeks ago. Many describe the Abolghasems...
Tideline Marine Group launched a new Richmond-to-San Francisco water taxi today. The commuter service will run Mondays through Fridays on three vessels that will transport passengers between Marina Bay and San Francisco’s Pier 1.5.
The Richmond Police Department beat the Richmond Fire Department with a score of 51-41 on the basketball court at Sylvester Greenwood Academy last Sunday.
Scenes from Richmond Art Center's Fall Family Day
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...
Point Richmond's Kaleidoscope Coffee hosts weekly storytelling nights, open mic nights and musical performances.
Jerry Sandlin has been the owner of Grand Barber Shop for more than 30 years and is now seen as an iconic staple of the El Cerrito community.
People young and old gathered at Hilltop Mall Saturday to celebrate National Chess Day as participants in a speed chess tournament organized by the West Coast Chess Alliance (WCCA).
Last week marked the launch of the second annual Richmond Promise scholarship, a Chevron-supported program for college-bound Richmond high school students.
On Sunday, lowriders from Richmond and beyond gathered on 23rd Street for a "Cruise for Peace" in the wake of recent gun violence.
The Board of Education of the West Contra Costa Unified School District has stopped the sale of Adams Middle School to Caliber Schools for $60,000.