In 1996, an undocumented young man in the Easy Bay was tired of being paid under the table for his work, so he decided to do something about his legal status. Two friends recommended him...
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Plans to build a bike/pedestrian path on the west span of the Bay Bridge—connecting San Francisco, Treasure Island and Oakland—are moving full-speed ahead.
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A push to change the way City Council members are elected appears to have resurfaced in Richmond. If successful, the initiative would draw six new districts in the city, each with an elected representative.
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An anti-Black Friday protest marched through San Francisco on Friday night, leading to a number of arrests and smashed storefronts throughout the Mission District. The march combined protestors from a wide range of causes, such...
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As the nation pauses to pay tribute to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday, the Bay Area will join the celebration with community service events, marches and musical tributes. Richmond organizers are encouraging residents...
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The Mexican flag, carried carefully without touching the floor, dwarfed Marco Negrete, a diplomatic attaché from the Mexican Consulate General in San Francisco, as he carried it onto the stage in Richmond’s Restaurante la Revolución....
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Byron Wilkes gives a glimpse inside the world of Bay Area roller derby and the Richmond Wrecking Belles.
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On a clear day on can sit on a park bench at Knox-Miller Regional Shoreline and see right up to the front porch of San Francisco.
Last week Richmond city councilmember Corky Boozé, together with BART, gave 18 school children from across Richmond a once-in-a-lifetime experience by taking them on an all-expenses-paid trip to the Oakland Museum and San Francisco Airport...
The restored East Brother Light Station, turned into a unique bed and breakfast, is still standing and kept alive thanks to its dedicated innkeepers.
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