The audience included a large showing of Richmond's Asian and Pacific Islander community, thanks in part to the APEN, one of the forum's co-sponsors.
The Contra Costa County chapter of BAPAC circulated an e-mail Oct. 30 criticizing two candidates for city council.
Residents and community leaders talked Tuesday about bringing a new business model to Richmond.
Hundreds of youths, community members and civic leaders turned out for the RYSE Center's 2nd Annual "Back to School Summer Jam."
City leaders applauded groundbreaking on a new parking garage at the Richmond BART station during a Tuesday morning ceremony.
Councilman Nat Bates is enjoying arguably more public attention by remaining coy about his political future than he would reap from an outright announcement. Will Bates challenge his political bete noire, incumbent Mayor Gayle McLaughlin,...
In a move that could impact the city's highly-anticipated campaign season, Chevron Corp. and city leaders on Tuesday brokered a tax deal that markedly eases tensions between the energy giant and the city.
Dueling visions for the city's future could be heading for a day of reckoning with city voters in November. A Chevron Corp-backed measure to slash utility taxes for residents has paid hands fanning throughout the...
On Monday night, it was regular folks from the neighborhood around Nystrom Elementary School who were taking the lead in addressing challenges in their community.
Earth Day in Richmond was cause not just to honor the environment, but recap the infusion of funds the city has received to help build a greener economy.
What is Richmond's greatest resource? Its deep water bay? Its status as home to one of the nation's largest oil refineries? Its history as a WWII hub of manufacturing? How about its women?
It was a small, understated presentation, but for many of the young people on hand it was a big part of their lives. The ceremony was for the Richmond Youth Corps, a new city jobs...
Geneva Naylor is a treasure to most anyone who meets her. Her stride isn't quite as strong and springy as it was in the Roaring 1920s, but it's still a sure, steady step.