Mayor Tom Butt proposes a resolution to disband the Richmond Housing Authority (RHA), responsible for operating much of Richmond's public housing.
The Contra Costa County board of supervisors unanimously voted to renew the contract of a Richmond-based prisoner re-entry program, but only after County Sheriff David Livingston and a supervisor clashed over the group's financial practices.
Scenes from the Richmond Progressive Alliance's campaign party on November 8 as they celebrated their massive wins on the city council and rent control.
Back in 2004, Richmond voters saw local election posters encouraging them to “Reach for a better Richmond” and promising them “New Leadership, New Ideas, New Ethics.” Now, six elections later, the up-and-coming political faction behind...
Candidates’ strategies for development across Richmond—and especially downtown—varied greatly.
City leaders commitment to help struggling homeowners, even despite threats from powerful financial institutions, has inspired scores of activists across the country—from Irvington, New Jersey to Seattle, Washington.
After several hours of confusion and bickering, last week the Richmond City Council approved a housing element—a part of the general plan that will address land use and housing development throughout the city—just in time...