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  1. Calling Richmond youth in need of jobs: The city may have what you’re looking for (06/11/24)
  2. For 10th anniversary, Richmond Rainbow Pride adds a parade to the celebration (05/30/24)
  3. Richmond ballot measure calls for special tax on Chevron to counter pollution (05/24/24)
  4. Richmond police will not face charges in shooting death of Kevin McDonald (05/22/24)
  5. Violators ignore fines for years, so how effective is BAAQMD at policing polluters? (05/09/24)
  6. Israel-Hamas War leads to clashes in El Cerrito, on the street and before City Council (04/28/24)
  7. ‘We’re not learning anything’: Kennedy High students frustrated with software that subs for a Spanish teacher (04/26/24)
  8. Plagued by the past: Does Richmond deserve its reputation as a hard-knock town? (03/27/24)
  9. Arrests but no charges in 23rd Street human trafficking sting (03/25/24)
  10. ‘It’s just a terrible market’: major insurers cut back in California, leaving Richmond homeowners in the lurch (03/06/24)
  11. El Cerrito school combats social media bullying: ‘These anonymous posts are shaming and harassing students.’ (03/04/24)
  12. Community pays tribute to trailblazing Mayor Irma Anderson (03/02/24)
  13. Richmond Art Center recovering after losing major donor: ‘We are in the black now, not red.’ (01/16/24)
  14. What should Richmond do with its surplus land? (01/10/24)
  15. We asked people in Richmond: What should replace the Hilltop Mall? (01/08/24)
  16. ‘I got a lot of future. … I want to do something positive’: RPAL helps keep kids from returning to jail. (01/04/24)
  17. ‘This is like our Harlem Renaissance’: Exhibition showcasing Black artists set to open in Richmond (01/02/24)
  18. El Cerrito to create more than 700 housing units near BART station (12/28/23)
  19. Costs cut education short for many Contra Costa community college students (12/26/23)
  20. Richmond high schools have worked to become safer for LGBTQ students, but bullying hasn’t stopped (12/21/23)
  21. ‘For Christmas, their present is a 5% rent increase’: At Heritage Park, senior housing becomes less affordable. (12/20/23)
  22. In Richmond Community Survey, few say the city is a good place to raise kids (12/15/23)
  23. We asked people in Richmond if they think City Council was right to take up a controversial resolution on the Israel-Hamas war? (12/14/23)
  24. At Davis Juvenile Hall, poetry is being used to keep kids out of the justice system (12/13/23)
  25. AC Transit accelerates toward zero emission goal (12/12/23)
  26. Fired fire chief sues city for discrimination (12/11/23)
  27. State board rules against WCCUSD in dispute with adult education teachers (12/11/23)
  28. What’s being done to bring equitable tree coverage to Richmond neighborhoods? (12/10/23)
  29. Smelly gas release from sewage plant prompts complaints and a pollution citation (12/08/23)
  30. People of Richmond: Should the city fill its many vacant police positions or just cut them? (12/06/23)
  31. Mayor says after Gaza resolution, council members were hit with angry messages and threats (12/05/23)
  32. Council to consider permitting twice as many cannabis businesses in Richmond (12/04/23)
  33. Zumba more popular than before the pandemic: ‘It’s wonderful. See how we’re sweating?’ (12/03/23)
  34. Still pushing for prosecution, Pedie Perez family helps train Richmond officers to avoid using force (12/01/23)
  35. Richmond seeks help planning for foot of sea rise that will hit its long shoreline (11/30/23)
  36. State agency cites Chevron for 4 violations from this week’s flare (11/29/23)
  37. Veil of fire and smoke over Richmond from what Chevron says is a flare (11/27/23)
  38. People of Richmond: Why do you think teens are so sad? (11/25/23)
  39. Is city’s traffic calming plan reducing sideshows? Residents in North & East see little change. (11/20/23)
  40. What did El Cerrito look like 50 or more years ago? Residents answer the question with photos (11/19/23)
  41. Local news gets a boost: Publisher Cityside launches a Richmond site (11/17/23)
  42. You soon can rent e-bikes again in Richmond, as city adds service and security (11/17/23)
  43. People of Richmond: Given the strike by Kaiser workers, would you cross a picket line to see a doctor? (11/16/23)
  44. No new sewer line means no new construction at Keller Beach (11/15/23)
  45. What is going on with Hilltop Mall? (11/15/23)
  46. ‘I carry binoculars with me everywhere’: Richmond bird-watchers not such a rare breed (11/14/23)
  47. Richmond powwow honors Native American culture and veterans: ‘It helps the native community be seen.’ (11/13/23)
  48. Richmond evictions spike post-pandemic, as many predicted. (11/10/23)
  49. Transforming the floating home community at Point San Pablo Harbor (11/09/23)
  50. New RSV vaccine recommended for infants and older adults (11/07/23)
  51. Two resign from city board over council’s pro-Palestinian resolution (11/06/23)
  52. Joy and harmony at a Point Pinole song circle: ‘Just come and we’ll see what we can create together.’ (11/06/23)
  53. Few teacher candidates among job-seekers at WCCUSD recruitment event (11/05/23)
  54. County health officials urge California Grand Casino patrons to test for TB (11/04/23)
  55. People of Richmond: Do you go to the library? (11/01/23)
  56. Richmond artists promote work in new directory and studio event this weekend (10/31/23)
  57. City shares millions in climate grant money with local nonprofits, including one marked ‘delinquent’ (10/30/23)
  58. Soccer clubs say WCCUSD field rules are punishing kids (10/29/23)
  59. The first ‘Food as Medicine’ fair in Richmond gives people the food and tools to live healthier (10/28/23)
  60. Cleanup brigade makes 23rd Street spiffy for trick-or-treaters (10/27/23)
  61. Richmond Fire Chief Angel Montoya is out (10/27/23)
  62. Pumpkins in a pool — Richmond celebrates the fall with scarecrows and swimming (10/27/23)
  63. PG&E, Caltrans, Tesla among the more popular employers at Richmond’s first big post-pandemic job fair (10/26/23)
  64. Richmond students walk out to demand ceasefire in Gaza (10/25/23)
  65. We asked people in Richmond: Would you consider moving? (10/25/23)
  66. Richmond City Council passes controversial resolution supporting Gaza that draws hundreds to meeting (10/25/23)
  67. Help wanted: 50 employers will be recruiting at Wednesday’s Career Fair in Richmond (10/24/23)
  68. Richmond pickleball players say they need more courts: ‘It has been a challenge for towns across the country.’ (10/23/23)
  69. Richmond works to meet housing goals after getting bad grade from grand jury (10/21/23)
  70. San Pablo residents rally for rent control and better tenant protections (10/20/23)
  71. People of Richmond: What type of business does the city need more of? (10/20/23)
  72. Like departments across the country, Richmond police force struggling to recruit officers (10/19/23)
  73. Richmond council moves to extend paratransit to more riders (10/19/23)
  74. Getting Richmond kids outdoors — a state grant funds camping, sailing, bike riding and other activities (10/18/23)
  75. Richmond gets grant to house 115 people who were living under highways, but more is needed (10/18/23)
  76. People of Richmond: Will the city’s crisis response plan be a good option to calling police? (10/17/23)
  77. Art project connects Latino communities in Contra Costa County (10/17/23)
  78. Classroom vacancies force WCCUSD teachers into period-subbing, risking burnout (10/16/23)
  79. Richmond Farmers Market prepares to open second location, in Marina Bay (10/16/23)
  80. Overworked and understaffed, Richmond 911 dispatch requires poise under pressure: ‘Some people can handle it, and some people can’t.’ (10/15/23)
  81. Helicopter called to help douse fire that burned acres on Point Molate (10/13/23)
  82. Grappling with staff shortage, WCCUSD hires nonprofit to provide substitute teachers (10/13/23)
  83. Did El Cerrito council go too far in protecting community against hate speech? (10/13/23)
  84. People of Richmond: What is your favorite park? (10/11/23)
  85. Grant to extend life of Richmond street art: ‘Those murals are what greets residents and people who visit our city.’ (10/10/23)
  86. Reserving some profits for the community makes good business sense for Richmond printer (10/09/23)
  87. Richmond group keeps Tibetan language, culture alive for growing Bay Area population (10/08/23)
  88. WCCUSD partners with firm to help more students access mental health counseling (10/07/23)
  89. People of Richmond: Should the city house more people in tiny homes? (10/06/23)
  90. Richmond High to host a districtwide College and Career Night with reps from 70 schools (10/06/23)
  91. Richmond Kaiser staff join ‘biggest’ health care worker strike in U.S. history (10/05/23)
  92. Inclusive “Today is the Greatest” exhibit opens at NIAD Art Center (10/04/23)
  93. Upgrades to make Richmond’s Main Library more inviting to community (10/02/23)
  94. People of Richmond: Do kids have enough sports outlets? (10/01/23)
  95. EV enthusiasts turn the curious on to the benefits of going electric (09/30/23)
  96. SF Bay Ferry’s new engines have lowered emissions, agency says (09/30/23)
  97. Tiny houses to shelter 12 Richmond youth, but much more is needed to address increasing demand (09/29/23)
  98. Oakland Museum showcases NIAD designs: ‘It’s very validating for the artists to see their work recognized in this way.’ (09/29/23)
  99. People of Richmond: Are you getting the new COVID vaccine? (09/28/23)
  100. Mayor will lead Richmond delegation on trip to sister city in China (09/27/23)
  101. Groundwater cleanup of contaminated Zeneca site to begin next month (09/26/23)
  102. Ferry ridership climbing back to pre-pandemic levels, with patrons finding the service ‘pretty cool.’ (09/25/23)
  103. Richmond to launch pilot crisis response program, taking police off certain calls (09/24/23)
  104. Mountain lion sightings leave May Valley residents on edge (09/24/23)
  105. Richard ‘Pedie’ Perez’s memory lives on in public safety changes (09/23/23)
  106. New web tool helps public track pollution violations in East Bay (09/22/23)
  107. Richmond installing cameras to crack down on illegal dumping (09/21/23)
  108. People of Richmond: How does climate change affect you? (09/18/23)
  109. Here’s what you’ll find at this year’s El Sobrante Stroll (09/15/23)
  110. People of Richmond: Should council meetings be strictly in person? (09/11/23)
  111. BART’s new schedule could mean better service for Richmond riders (09/09/23)
  112. ‘Next rainy season it’s going to be much better’: BART fixes wheel problem that caused delays (09/03/23)
  113. People of Richmond: Should Chevron pay higher fines for flaring? (09/02/23)
  114. Richmond spa hot tub likely source of Legionnaires’ disease that killed two (08/21/23)
  115. Richmond chemical plant slapped with hefty fine for not properly monitoring emissions (07/28/23)
  116. Penalties for some Chevron flares would triple under bill in California Legislature (07/27/23)
  117. Public skeptical of Contra Costa County’s probe into Chevron’s 2021 spill (07/18/23)
  118. County contractor signs off on Chevron spill investigation, saying the company ‘took the incident very seriously.’ (07/13/23)
  119. Food, wine, craft beer, music. Saturday’s Taste of Richmond showcases home-grown bars and restaurants (07/12/23)
  120. How will winter’s wet weather affect fire season in the East Bay? (07/07/23)
  121. WCCUSD avoids deep cuts in new budget, but insolvency looms (06/28/23)
  122. Chevron chucked art from city fence, property records show (06/16/23)
  123. Could you be Richmond’s next poet laureate? (06/09/23)
  124. The sounds of summer: Friday brings the first of four free Point Richmond concerts (06/08/23)
  125. Apply to study journalism at Berkeley — for free (06/06/23)
  126. With community schools strategy, WCCUSD becomes model for other districts (05/16/23)
  127. Rich City Rides launches $6 million fundraising campaign (05/15/23)
  128. Richmond’s Black population declining: ‘You can’t really locate a solid African American community. There just isn’t anymore.’ (04/27/23)
  129. PHOTOS: Earth Day 2023 at Unity Park (04/23/23)
  130. Should Richmond shelter unhoused people in hotels during severe weather? (04/20/23)
  131. Dozens of electric vehicle rentals coming to Richmond: ‘There will be more cars and more options for everybody’ (04/13/23)
  132. Teachers needed: Contra Costa schools use recruiting events to fill widespread vacancies (03/21/23)
  133. Afro-Peruvian dance in Richmond: ‘We are making sure the tradition is still alive for future generations.’ (03/08/23)
  134. Reserve a seat for Richmond Library’s tribute to the city’s sports leaders (02/22/23)
  135. UPDATE: WCCUSD teachers vote for tentative contract (02/13/23)
  136. ‘I feel like you guys don’t care about our school’: Stege students, staff ask WCCUSD to fix 80-year-old building (01/18/23)
  137. Q&A with Cesar Zepeda, new District 2 council member after tie-breaker with Andrew Butt (01/09/23)
  138. Sandbags available, widespread flooding expected as powerful storm rolls in (01/04/23)
  139. School bus driver shortage affecting WCCUSD special ed students (12/27/22)
  140. New Fire Safe Council set up to protect West Contra Costa, but residents must register (12/19/22)
  141. People of Richmond: With the RPA now in charge, what’s in store for the city? (12/15/22)
  142. After city reduces funding, Richmond Art Center campaigns for donations to keep going (12/13/22)
  143. STORY AND VIDEO — Firefighters hard to recruit in Contra Costa: ‘It’s a stressful business and that is the nature of it.’ (12/12/22)
  144. Church offers no-interest loans to increase Black homeownership in Contra Costa County (12/11/22)
  145. ‘Tis the season for viruses: Contra Costa Health Services monitoring 3 that could interfere with holiday plans (12/10/22)
  146. Public invited to view proposed Greenway bridge that could become a Richmond tourist attraction (12/08/22)
  147. For Richmond collectors, miniature lowriders offer chance to own ‘dream come true on wheels’ (12/08/22)
  148. California leads nation in catalytic converter thefts, which Richmond motorists know all too well (12/06/22)
  149. New mayor will appoint majority of Design Review Board, steering future Richmond development (12/05/22)
  150. WCCUSD teachers union prepares for next step after two-week impasse over salaries (12/04/22)
  151. ‘It’s just a beautiful experience’: Community groups plant trees to make Verde school greener. (12/03/22)
  152. PHOTOS: Helping others in his memory — slain teen’s family holds coat drive in his honor (12/01/22)
  153. People of Richmond: What do you love about your city? (11/29/22)
  154. In ‘Use it or lose it!’ ride, cyclists show support for ‘underused’ bike lane on bridge. (11/24/22)
  155. Electric bike borrowing program coming to Richmond (11/18/22)
  156. Why has program to help people buy homes in San Pablo gone unused? (11/17/22)
  157. People of Richmond: What should the city do to attract businesses? (11/16/22)
  158. Agencies unite to help hundreds of laid-off HelloFresh workers: ‘I’m glad they were out there.’ (11/12/22)
  159. Contra Costa celebrates veterans: ‘They were ordinary people who responded in extraordinary ways in extreme times.’ (11/11/22)
  160. People of Richmond: What’s your biggest environmental concern? (11/10/22)
  161. Eduardo Martinez wins Richmond mayor’s race (11/09/22)
  162. Local measures pass: rent control approved in Richmond, utilities tax continues on Hercules (11/09/22)
  163. Richmond Election 2022: Polls close, results in key races expected early Wednesday (11/08/22)
  164. Would Props 26 or 27 benefit West Contra Costa’s only casino? (11/06/22)
  165. Chevron settles for $200,500 with county and state over 2021 diesel spill in San Francisco Bay (11/05/22)
  166. INTERACTIVE GAME: See which Richmond mayoral candidate most matches your views (11/04/22)
  167. In Measure N, Hercules voters asked to keep 8% utility tax on books indefinitely (11/04/22)
  168. VIDEO: Richmond’s four mayoral candidates get ready for the election (11/03/22)
  169. Teacher shortage threatens to crumble popular dual-language schools that WCCUSD built over years (11/03/22)
  170. Through WCC Education Fund, Youth Code Now triples number of Black and Latino students learning STEM (11/01/22)
  171. City Council candidates weigh in on how to make Richmond a safer place to live (10/29/22)
  172. People of Richmond: Should voters amend the state Constitution to protect abortion right (10/27/22)
  173. Main Library gets grant for new flooring, lighting, elevator, other upgrades (10/26/22)
  174. Final days for HelloFresh in Richmond, more than 600 workers face layoffs (10/23/22)
  175. Here’s what a vote for Measure P would do (10/21/22)
  176. Richmond gets $6 million to tackle rising gun violence (10/20/22)
  177. People of Richmond: Could you afford to take family leave? (10/20/22)
  178. Will Eduardo Martinez be Richmond’s next mayor? (10/19/22)
  179. Will Mark Wassberg be Richmond’s next mayor? (10/18/22)
  180. Bay fishers still reeling from summer’s red tide, which could make a fall return (10/17/22)
  181. People of Richmond: What should WCCUSD do to recruit more teachers? (10/14/22)
  182. Richmond Art Center celebrates Dia de los Muertos ‘to educate people about such an important cultural event.’ (10/13/22)
  183. Will Nat Bates be Richmond’s next mayor? (10/13/22)
  184. Will Shawn Dunning be Richmond’s next mayor? (10/12/22)
  185. City council candidates weigh in on how to help Richmond’s unhoused community (10/06/22)
  186. About 100 players to compete at Richmond chess festival, as more kids take up game (10/05/22)
  187. People of Richmond: Is it time to create a safe parking area for people who live in RVs? (10/04/22)
  188. Rydin Road RV camp cleared; residents say they felt forced to leave their homes (10/02/22)
  189. Newsom signs family leave expansion to benefit lower paid workers (10/01/22)
  190. Martha’s Vineyard meets Richmond: Mayor suggests Rydin RV dwellers park at council members’ homes (09/30/22)
  191. Proposed increase in paid family leave could help many Richmond households (09/28/22)
  192. People of Richmond: Will you get the new COVID booster? (09/27/22)
  193. Richmond Council pushes back Rydin camp closure, as some residents have nowhere to go (09/23/22)
  194. ‘Where’s my teacher?’ Students and parents want to know why WCCUSD hasn’t filled dozens of teacher vacancies (09/22/22)
  195. People of Richmond: What would you do if you were mayor? (09/20/22)
  196. Remembering Richmond native and environmental leader Henry Clark: ‘a soldier on the battlefield, making things happen’ (09/18/22)
  197. Cleanup Day volunteers rid the Richmond shoreline of bags, bottles and other debris (09/17/22)
  198. People of Richmond: How would you improve WCCUSD schools? (09/15/22)
  199. Audience returns to Point Richmond Music Fest: ‘It’s very much a community event’ (09/14/22)
  200. After-school group’s contract dispute with WCCUSD devolves into insults at board meeting (09/12/22)
  201. Omicron boosters now available to everyone in Contra Costa County (09/11/22)
  202. People of Richmond: Should police be paid more? (09/06/22)
  203. Juveniles arrested, investigation ongoing in Richmond school break-ins (08/18/22)
  204. At high risk for monkeypox? Richmond vaccine clinic is taking appointments (08/17/22)
  205. Richmond police say pay increase needed to recruit, retain officers (07/28/22)
  206. Police chief returns to work after 9 months on leave (07/20/22)
  207. WCCUSD passes budget to stave off insolvency and state takeover (06/30/22)
  208. Union leaders mistakenly fired by WCCUSD demand answers (06/24/22)
  209. Don’t be surprised if you see more rattlesnakes on East Bay trails this summer (06/15/22)
  210. Richmond hit with another Point Molate lawsuit, indefinitely delaying any development (06/09/22)
  211. Richmond’s first Ferry Fest debuts this weekend with free cruises (06/07/22)
  212. Striking steelworkers make slow return to Chevron Richmond Refinery (06/01/22)
  213. With pandemic waning, some rent protections for Richmond tenants are going away (05/23/22)
  214. County contractor with Chevron ties has yet to investigate refinery’s 2021 diesel leak (05/16/22)
  215. WCCUSD substitute teacher shortage hurting students, burning out teachers (04/25/22)
  216. “Betty! Betty! Betty!” Hundreds honor beloved park ranger at Rosie the Riveter museum (04/16/22)
  217. ‘I feel like the city is on a good trajectory’: Richmond’s new city manager (04/07/22)
  218. Rosie the Riveter park’s most famous ranger retires at age 100 (03/31/22)
  219. Striking Richmond Chevron steelworkers replaced, as negotiations stall (03/23/22)
  220. New grant offers hope of housing for people encamped on Castro Street (03/23/22)
  221. How to make Richmond’s air cleaner? BAAQMD turns to residents for answers (03/17/22)
  222. No layoffs for WCCUSD teachers after board votes down most proposed job cuts (03/10/22)
  223. Police chief remains on leave, but for how long? (03/02/22)
  224. At 14, De Anza student commits to playing baseball at Cal — a rarity among freshmen (02/03/22)
  225. Mushroom foraging becomes ‘a spiritual journey with nature’ (01/31/22)
  226. Mental health team will now handle some 911 calls in Contra Costa County (01/13/22)
  227. High absences prompt WCCUSD to close schools for two days (01/06/22)
  228. WCCUSD adds COVID-19 test sites to keep kids safe at school (01/05/22)
  229. New rule: Appointments needed for rapid tests at Contra Costa County sites (12/24/21)
  230. Three people test positive for omicron in Contra Costa County (12/21/21)
  231. Herring fishers sue Chevron for answers about spill in San Francisco Bay (12/20/21)
  232. WCCUSD pushes vaccine mandate back a month (12/19/21)
  233. WCCUSD bridges digital divide with at-home internet access for students (12/13/21)
  234. Volunteers search for dump sites in Pinole Creek Watershed. Want to join? (12/09/21)
  235. Unvaccinated students may push enrollment to the limit in WCCUSD’s virtual high school in January (12/06/21)
  236. How to avoid a run-in with coyotes, which are interacting more with humans in the Bay Area (12/03/21)
  237. With the budget tight, Richmond middle school librarian crowd funds for books (11/30/21)
  238. Richmond earning reputation for grillz as new dental jewelry shop adds options (11/28/21)
  239. WCCUSD workshops give Black parents a chance to confront racial bias in schools (11/26/21)
  240. New campaign addresses food insecurity affecting 8 million Californians (11/24/21)
  241. How the race for Richmond’s new mayor is shaping up (11/22/21)
  242. Q&A: What WCCUSD parents want to know about the COVID-19 vaccine for young kids (11/20/21)
  243. Boxes, buckets, Buicks and Chevies: Sideshows are at a crossroad (11/18/21)
  244. Richmond city manager gets big payout to move on, agreement shows (11/17/21)
  245. ‘Read it and weep:’ mayor drops letter finding no merit in accusations against him (11/16/21)
  246. Black tenants burdened more than others by high rents, relief program stats show (11/15/21)
  247. ‘It goes quick.’ Young kids roll up their sleeves for vaccines in Contra Costa (11/10/21)
  248. Vaccines for young kids now in Contra Costa but not mandated yet for school (11/05/21)
  249. Richmond renter sues former landlord amid pandemic-era spike in harassment (11/05/21)
  250. Richmond renames South Street to honor environmental activist Ethel Dotson (11/04/21)
  251. Richmond city attorney resigns; mayor blames RPA (11/04/21)
  252. Fires at Castro encampment renew calls for safety at Richmond RV sites (11/02/21)
  253. El Cerrito and other Contra Costa libraries could see upgrades and expanded hours (11/01/21)
  254. Chevron refinery flaring events raise air pollution concerns (10/29/21)
  255. Richmond could become next California city to ban gas appliances (10/28/21)
  256. Trick-or-treat returns to the East Bay, with Covid risk sharply reduced but not gone (10/26/21)
  257. Deadline quickly approaching for Richmond residents to fill out 2021 Community Survey (10/22/21)
  258. Big jury award could open door to another cannabis dispensary in Richmond (10/21/21)
  259. Racing to patch RV roofs ahead of the rain at Richmond encampment (10/20/21)
  260. What El Cerrito residents need to know about the mandatory compost program (10/20/21)
  261. Richmond’s HelloFresh workers get community, city council support in union effort (10/19/21)
  262. ‘We feel like a neglected child’: Residents in fire-hazardous hills say city too slow in clearing brush (10/15/21)
  263. Police Chief French put on administrative leave amid investigation (10/14/21)
  264. ‘To a lot of us, Mayor Butt represents politics as usual’: Richmond reacts to Butt’s decision to leave public life (10/14/21)
  265. Applause and anger as Contra Costa board declares Covid misinformation a public health crisis (10/12/21)
  266. Richmond Art Center opens doors to free event for Indigenous People’s Day (10/07/21)
  267. Committed to climate cause: 13-year-old activist is at El Cerrito City Hall every Friday, sign in hand. (10/05/21)
  268. Richmond needs your help in drawing up new city council district lines (10/02/21)
  269. Eviction may be coming for Richmond tenants who miss rent payments (10/01/21)
  270. WCCUSD joins districts requiring vaccine, a day before Newsom announces mandate (10/01/21)
  271. UPDATE: PG&E picking up pace of pole washing to address power outage problem (09/30/21)
  272. Want a lush garden that needs little watering? East Bay utility has a rebate for that. (09/30/21)
  273. Contra Costa among first to resentence people under law addressing harsh prison terms. (09/29/21)
  274. ‘We look to you for bold leadership’: WCCUSD board president asks county health officer for vaccine guidance (09/25/21)
  275. Why is Richmond plagued by power outages — 269 in a month? (09/25/21)
  276. WCCUSD teachers file complaint with state over COVID safety concerns (09/24/21)
  277. 100-year-old park ranger Betty Reid Soskin feted by national media, honored by WCCUSD (09/24/21)
  278. What parents think about a vaccine mandate for West Contra Costa school kids (09/21/21)
  279. West Contra Costa beaches benefit from Coastal Cleanup Day efforts (09/18/21)
  280. Mayor Butt says he’s leaving public life after term ends (09/16/21)
  281. Spirit & Soul Festival returns in person to Richmond (09/16/21)
  282. VIDEO: At Tamales Tamazula, food is art (09/13/21)
  283. Keller Beach is popular with swimmers despite history of poor water quality (09/09/21)
  284. VIDEO: At Richmond glassblowing studio, art is a Slow Burn (09/07/21)
  285. Smoky Chevron flare alarms residents, spews sulfur dioxide into air (08/11/21)
  286. Q&A: new West Contra Costa schools superintendent discusses bias in teaching, returning to class, other topics (08/04/21)
  287. Richmond expands job opportunities year-round for city youth (07/30/21)
  288. Body believed to be missing Richmond teen: ‘We continue to mourn and celebrate Antoine’s life.’ (07/25/21)
  289. Jump in COVID cases alarms Contra Costa health officials (07/23/21)
  290. Biden gives shout out to Richmond crime prevention program, citing it as model (07/07/21)
  291. How to get around Richmond on a Bolt electric bike (07/01/21)
  292. Richmond Council cuts $3 million, 12 positions, from police department (06/18/21)
  293. Fearing new council would quash plan, Mayor Butt rushed to pass Zeneca decision, citizens’ group says (05/28/21)
  294. Groups claim Mayor Butt excluded public from Point Molate development decision (05/27/21)
  295. Recusals didn’t keep Mayor Butt from meddling in zoning, lawsuit claims. (05/26/21)
  296. Lawsuits claim Richmond mayor steered development decisions in violation of ethics laws (05/25/21)
  297. Biden taps former Richmond chief Chris Magnus to lead border patrol (04/12/21)
  298. Push for disc golf course in Hilltop Lake Park angers some on council (04/05/21)
  299. West Contra Costa schools prepare for April 19 reopening (04/01/21)
  300. Sanitation coming to makeshift RV camp on Rydin Road in Richmond (03/24/21)
  301. VIDEO: What happened to missing Richmond teen Antoine Whittley? (03/22/21)
  302. What caused Chevron pipeline to leak diesel into bay? (03/03/21)
  303. Council changes mind, shifts parking site for homeless people to Civic Center (02/24/21)
  304. Richmond council scrambles for safe parking site for people living in vehicles (02/22/21)
  305. PTSD: Still hard to talk about (12/10/20)
  306. Revisiting the Celeste Guap Case Four Years Later (12/05/20)
  307. Richmond improvement projects stalled (11/27/20)
  308. Tough to Find Secure Housing During the Pandemic (11/27/20)
  309. Debate Over Zeneca Development Continues (11/24/20)
  310. Point of Contention: Despite approved housing plan, the fight over Point Molate rages on (11/23/20)
  311. Richmond art studio helps people with disabilities stay connected (11/20/20)
  312. The Day the Music Died: How COVID-19 has spurred innovation in the music sector (11/16/20)
  313. Battle for the Century: A fight for sacred land (11/12/20)
  314. Richmond’s unhoused staying at the Courtyard by Marriott face uncertainty (11/09/20)
  315. Candidates backed by the Richmond Progressive Alliance sweep City Council elections (11/06/20)
  316. Richmond’s long-awaited rehab center for men reopens (11/06/20)
  317. How are Californians living abroad getting their ballots back to the US? (11/06/20)
  318. Incumbent Buffy Wicks headed for victory in the District 15 Assembly race (11/06/20)
  319. WCCUSD candidates backed by the UTR headed for victory; one race remains too close to call (11/06/20)
  320. Few Surprises as Richmond, Contra Costa back Biden (11/05/20)
  321. Senator Nancy Skinner wins a second term (11/05/20)
  322. Urban farmers in Richmond are helping in the fight against food insecurity (11/05/20)
  323. Mark DeSaulnier re-elected to the 11th Congressional District (11/04/20)
  324. Richmond Votes (11/03/20)
  325. Measure U passes, but businesses remain divided (11/03/20)
  326. A push for a long-term RV community in Richmond (11/02/20)
  327. Prop 17: Should California allow parolees to vote? (11/01/20)
  328. Richmond Mourns Loss of Beloved Local Rapper Tay Way (10/31/20)
  329. Former Mayor Gayle McLaughlin plans to continue Richmond’s progressive transformation (10/27/20)
  330. Relative mourns the loss of Ruby Wallick (10/19/20)
  331. Concerned citizens fight growing food insecurity (10/16/20)
  332. Navigating prison reentry during a pandemic (10/14/20)
  333. Kompiang Davies: Bringing Bali to the Bay (10/10/20)
  334. Richmond’s unhoused are uniting to fight illegal dumping (10/05/20)
  335. Running to ensure equitable access to education (10/02/20)
  336. Teaching young men to cry (10/02/20)
  337. Richmond’s native son strives to continue legacy (09/30/20)
  338. The art of survival (09/29/20)
  339. Cesar Zepeda: Putting Hilltop back on the map (09/29/20)
  340. “The world needs more Najaris” (09/28/20)
  341. Richmond police captain works hard to build public trust (09/26/20)
  342. Mike “Racoon Eyes” Kinney: Sobriety as a Native American (09/25/20)
  343. Staying in the fight: Veteran longshoreman Melvin Mackay still has a lot to say (09/25/20)
  344. Bilingual teacher running for school board wants to improve English language classes (09/24/20)
  345. Taking the court in Richmond amid COVID-19 (09/23/20)
  346. Readers note: Fall 2020 (09/23/20)
  347. After COVID-19, community farm manager Andromeda Brooks is a one-woman show (09/22/20)
  348. Thousands span SF Bay on Richmond’s new bike lane (12/14/19)
  349. City’s 57th Holiday Arts fete lets Richmond artists shine (12/14/19)
  350. No homicides last month, Kennedy student disarmed, police commission hears (12/11/19)
  351. Richmond police force understaffed heading into 2020 (12/10/19)
  352. Eviction case highlights accessibility, repair issues at Nevin Plaza (12/09/19)
  353. Reviewers salivate over Salvadoran cuisine (12/09/19)
  354. No decision after Council meeting with city manager candidates (12/06/19)
  355. Rich City Talent takes center stage at Bridge FilmSpace (12/04/19)
  356. Richmond council kicks coal ban vote to January 2020 (12/04/19)
  357. A leap from Richmond to U.C. Berkeley and a helping hand to college-bound youth (11/30/19)
  358. HR report raises questions about city pay hikes; council honors Davenport and volunteers (11/27/19)
  359. School board considers three charter renewals, approves bond measure (11/26/19)
  360. ‘Dames at Sea’: Female sailors race in Amazing Grace Cheney Regatta (11/22/19)
  361. Police review commission weighs hiring, murders and access to public information (11/21/19)
  362. No TOPA bill for Richmond, Council holds (11/20/19)
  363. A Taste of Mongolia for Richmond Residents (11/19/19)
  364. Community learns election-district mapping in workshop by city, demographer (11/19/19)
  365. Votes are in – Superintendent Duffy stays, for now (11/17/19)
  366. Richmond’s shelter project, it’s a home away from a home (11/16/19)
  367. Richmond on the watch (11/16/19)
  368. School Board approves charter renewal, discusses district test scores (11/08/19)
  369. CoBiz workspace celebrates grand opening with celebrity, locals (11/08/19)
  370. Tense Council session covers Molate judgment updates, district election hearing (11/08/19)
  371. Christmas cheer with Richmond Fire and Police (11/08/19)
  372. National network reviews Richmond’s racial equity plan (11/01/19)
  373. Richmond event gives female entrepreneurs advice on funding their businesses (10/31/19)
  374. Halloween comes early for Richmonders, dogs at Point Isabel (10/30/19)
  375. Nonprofits bring mental health support to Dia de los Muertos tradition (10/30/19)
  376. California backs Council, developer preference for Zeneca cleanup plan (10/29/19)
  377. Richmonders will get rebates for backup power during shutoffs (10/29/19)
  378. Richmond art shop brings the community together (10/29/19)
  379. Richmond’s Japanese sister city celebrates Obi Festival (10/28/19)
  380. Interfaith ‘Harmony Walk’ raises funds to fight hunger, homelessness (10/28/19)
  381. Vegetation fire in Point Isabel stopped, investigation underway (10/25/19)
  382. District elections, department shuffle, adult-use cannabis sales all in, Council says (10/23/19)
  383. Interim Police Chief French aims for permanent job in ‘very male-dominated field’ (10/23/19)
  384. Tibetan ceremony honors the new Dalai Lama Avenue (10/18/19)
  385. Cal Prep members advocate for charter renewal (10/18/19)
  386. Support dog “Bear” heals Richmond’s hearts (10/10/19)
  387. Stunning sculptures light up Richmond’s waterfront (10/08/19)
  388. Local triple shooting leaves two dead and one wounded (10/05/19)
  389. Richmond hears from Congressman DeSaulnier on impeachment craze in Washington (10/05/19)
  390. From sparks to flames: Richmond’s first fire prevention plan (10/04/19)
  391. Despite Richmond’s rent cap, some tenants still seek lower rates, citing maintenance issues (10/03/19)
  392. Richmond street renamed after international religious leader (10/02/19)
  393. Police probe postgame shooting as schools react to mix of football and firearms (10/01/19)
  394. Richmond’s Jewish community marks the New Year with traditional Rosh Hashanah celebrations (10/01/19)
  395. Celebrating Spirit & Soul with spirit and soul (09/28/19)
  396. Boba and Badges: How police are using tea to build bridges with community (09/28/19)
  397. Human Rights Commission endorses ‘No Coal’ ordinance in Richmond (09/28/19)
  398. Helping the Richmond community, one backpack at a time (09/26/19)
  399. Council votes on Zeneca site clean-up and development (09/25/19)
  400. Richmond in Focus: a series in stills (09/24/19)
  401. RYSE Commons: building on dreams of Richmond youth (09/24/19)
  402. Richmond Community Air Quality Committee votes to delay new regulations (09/23/19)
  403. School Board halts Mindfulness Program in Richmond schools (09/22/19)
  404. Council greenlights tenant purchase proposal, Veolia deals (09/20/19)
  405. Macdonald Avenue mural reimagines cop-community relations (09/20/19)
  406. Food benefits for Richmond’s hungry remain underused (09/19/19)
  407. Richmond waste roundup combats illegal dumping (09/18/19)
  408. City council tightens vaping regulations over health concerns (09/13/19)
  409. From Brown to French, it’s official (09/13/19)
  410. West County leads the state in pushing for a moratorium on new charter schools (05/16/19)
  411. Richmond business hub opens with co-working spaces, pop-up restaurants (05/13/19)
  412. Tales of Two Cities: Endings (05/06/19)
  413. Council votes to enter exclusive negotiations with SunCal on Point Molate (04/25/19)
  414. Council takes no action on proposal to charge fees for public records related to police misconduct (04/18/19)
  415. State targets Richmond for air quality improvement (04/16/19)
  416. Tales of Two Cities: Locked Up (04/15/19)
  417. West Contra Costa County school board discusses plans for new tech-heavy charter high school program (04/11/19)
  418. Puerto Rican artist paints portraits that show the strength of her people (04/11/19)
  419. Bay Area fans say goodbye to rapper Nipsey Hussle (04/09/19)
  420. A formerly homeless family finally gets their home in Richmond (04/05/19)
  421. Controversial appointment to Richmond police commission fails; city workers protest wages (04/04/19)
  422. Richmond police present council with update after report found leadership problems (03/27/19)
  423. The East Bay in myths and memorials (03/25/19)
  424. Amid health concerns, Richmond officials consider a ban on coal storage and transport (03/22/19)
  425. Graduate tutors still threatened by school district budget cuts (03/22/19)
  426. City council votes to not annex North Richmond (03/20/19)
  427. Tales of Two Cities Podcast: Guilty Pleasures (03/18/19)
  428. Richmond Art Center showcases the work of the Social Justice Sewing Academy (03/08/19)
  429. A final trustee-area map emerges as lawsuit resolves (03/07/19)
  430. Panel discusses resolving homelessness in the East Bay (03/04/19)
  431. School board passes resolution asking for a state moratorium on charter schools (02/28/19)
  432. Richmond mayor delivers State of the City address (02/27/19)
  433. Will the Pacific Northwest measles outbreak jump over to the East Bay? (02/27/19)
  434. Milo Foundation fundraising for kennel repairs (02/25/19)
  435. Richmond residents welcome new ferry service to San Francisco (02/22/19)
  436. Street Survival meet-up provides food, fresh produce, toilet kits for Richmond residents (02/19/19)
  437. Developers present plans for Point Molate to Richmond City Council (02/14/19)
  438. Western monarch butterflies could disappear (02/12/19)
  439. Community joins Contra Costa County in annual homeless count (02/11/19)
  440. School board discusses charter school moratorium (02/07/19)
  441. WCCUSD hosts recruitment fair to find teachers (02/05/19)
  442. At the Day of Learning, museum visitors reflect on Richmond’s Jewish history (02/01/19)
  443. Council hears presentation on School Resource Officers and wastewater (01/31/19)
  444. Unanswered questions about elderly woman’s death at homeless shelter show why people are choosing tents over beds (01/16/19)
  445. Las Deltas (01/11/19)
  446. Climate change puts Richmond’s plant and animal populations in a state of flux (01/03/19)
  447. Oakland Hills Fire Memorial (01/01/19)
  448. Mausoleum of the Cathedral of Christ the Light (01/01/19)
  449. Point Richmond fairy houses (01/01/19)
  450. The Evergreen Cemetery (01/01/19)
  451. Remember Them, Champions for Humanity (01/01/19)
  452. Lois the Pie Queen (01/01/19)
  453. Heinold’s First and Last Chance Saloon (01/01/19)
  454. Ghost Ship memorial mural (01/01/19)
  455. Rickey Henderson Field (01/01/19)
  456. Cypress Memorial Park (01/01/19)
  457. Chapel of the Chimes (01/01/19)
  458. Morcom Amphitheater of Roses (01/01/19)
  459. Richmond man who survived Camp Fire gifted RV by San Pablo teacher (12/19/18)
  460. Richmond schools slow to adopt Dual Language Immersion programs despite recent success (12/19/18)
  461. Kathy Robinson: the Richmond mayoral candidate you didn’t hear about (12/18/18)
  462. West Contra Costa school board will soon release its trustee-area map after a year of controversy (12/17/18)
  463. ‘We’re school shopping for mediocre:’ Richmond’s students and parents try to navigate a ‘broken’ education system (12/15/18)
  464. Richmond teachers struggle to afford housing on “poverty level” salaries (12/14/18)
  465. Charter renewed amid school board shift (12/12/18)
  466. Will Olympia oysters survive in the Bay? (12/09/18)
  467. A migrant’s journey: From the cornfields of Oaxaca to running North Richmond’s Urban Tilth (12/06/18)
  468. After decades of painting, Richmond artist finds professional success (12/05/18)
  469. Can a Richmond man’s love of water save the ocean? (12/04/18)
  470. Family, work, music: In Richmond, homeless at 25 (12/03/18)
  471. Tales of Two Cities Podcast: Repurposing (12/03/18)
  472. By sharing her soul, Cynthia Altamirano helps survivors heal. (11/27/18)
  473. Report shows half of Richmond’s charter schools have substandard financial accountability and lack parent engagement (11/20/18)
  474. Tales of Two Cities Podcast: Spectrums (11/19/18)
  475. School board approves trustee-area map (11/19/18)
  476. Chevron must replace pipes at Richmond refinery, purchase supplies for Richmond Fire Department: EPA settlement (11/17/18)
  477. OPINION: Domestic Violence should be treated as a mental health issue (11/11/18)
  478. Richmond comes together for first Shabbat after Pittsburgh shooting (11/09/18)
  479. A new immigrant’s path from learning English to representing 1,700 educators (11/08/18)
  480. Wicks declares victory in assembly race, Beckles refuses to concede (11/06/18)
  481. Election results: RPA loses grip, Mayor Butt re-elected (11/06/18)
  482. GALLERY: Richmond Votes (11/06/18)
  483. People of Richmond — Why did you vote? (11/06/18)
  484. Richmond’s former prisoners get out the vote (11/06/18)
  485. With big issues at stake, Richmond heads to the polls (11/06/18)
  486. Contra Costa County could see record voter turnout (11/06/18)
  487. Community-oriented process to monitor air quality kicks off tomorrow (11/06/18)
  488. How charter school, real estate and healthcare money helped Wicks outspend Beckles by 4 to 1 (11/05/18)
  489. The mayoral race: the traditional liberal versus the young progressives (11/04/18)
  490. Rodents, Roaches and Broken Elevators: Why it took nearly a decade for Richmond to fix public housing (11/03/18)
  491. The debate over rent control: What does Richmond need? (11/03/18)
  492. Richmond Pulse City Council candidate Q&A’s (11/02/18)
  493. Funding for regional parks on Nov. 6 ballot (11/02/18)
  494. OPINION: Why a Jovanka Beckles victory is crucial (11/02/18)
  495. Map: Where to vote on Tuesday (11/01/18)
  496. UC strike organizer draws from immigration struggle in fight for campus workers (11/01/18)
  497. Watch our Coffee With A Candidate video profiles: Wicks and Beckles fight for Assembly District 15 (11/01/18)
  498. Stephanie Hernández-Jarvis, School Board Candidate (10/31/18)
  499. Valerie Cuevas, School Board Candidate (10/31/18)
  500. Elizabeth Block, School Board Candidate (10/31/18)
  501. Consuelo Lara, School Board Candidate (10/31/18)
  502. Madeline Kronenberg, School Board Candidate (10/31/18)
  503. People of Richmond — What’s the most important issue for you this election? (10/31/18)
  504. ‘Captain’ of Hotel Mac preserves 100 year tradition of flavor (10/31/18)
  505. How Richmond rebuilds abandoned homes (10/30/18)
  506. Small businesses along Albany’s commercial corridors struggling to find employees (10/25/18)
  507. People of Richmond — What is the biggest challenge in Richmond today? (10/23/18)
  508. Tales of Two Cities – Where Are You From? (10/22/18)
  509. Dialysis companies spend millions to defeat Prop 8, which seeks to limit dialysis center profits (10/17/18)
  510. People of Richmond – What does Richmond mean to you? (10/17/18)
  511. Dissension grows among RPA supporters over councilwoman’s ‘egregious violation’ on Point Molate vote (10/15/18)
  512. People of Richmond – What do you envision for the future of Richmond? (10/15/18)
  513. Student ratios improve for district health professionals, but numbers are still overwhelming (10/14/18)
  514. The breakdown: three local ballot measures explained (10/13/18)
  515. Richmond’s homeless community hangs on as Prop 2 promises limited new funding (10/11/18)
  516. Pending closure of Alta Bates a “perfect storm” for Richmond’s expectant mothers (10/10/18)
  517. People of Richmond – Where do you go to relax? (10/10/18)
  518. Bilingual education helps Spanish speaking students settle into English medium schools (10/09/18)
  519. School board stops short of charter revocation (10/05/18)
  520. New Tenant Ordinances To Help Low Income Residents (10/04/18)
  521. Richmond declares month of October Domestic Violence Awareness Month (10/04/18)
  522. Richmond leads way in effort to prevent trash from entering the bay (10/03/18)
  523. With no benefits and less pay than prosecutors, entry-level public defenders want a raise (10/02/18)
  524. Alleged violation sets date for charter revocation hearing (10/02/18)
  525. Richmond small business owner kickstarts neighborhood party to boost childhood literacy (09/28/18)
  526. Annual open water swimming event fosters swimming culture in Richmond (09/28/18)
  527. Calling it a ‘sick pig,’ residents urge reopening of Point Molate settlement (09/28/18)
  528. Mayor promises long-term homeless plan, but surprise evictions of Richmond’s homeless continue (09/24/18)
  529. BART invites public to discuss new safety plan after several attacks in August (09/23/18)
  530. School board candidates discuss charters, nutrition and safety at forum (09/22/18)
  531. The Best of People of Richmond: Weekly Slideshow (09/21/18)
  532. Swimmers Dive In at Keller Cove to Support Youth Swimming (09/21/18)
  533. Proposed housing developments promise to transform downtown Richmond (09/19/18)
  534. Meet Richmond’s fishermen (and one woman) (09/18/18)
  535. Local artist paints to represent Latino community (09/18/18)
  536. Richmond’s monthly Tibetan ritual (09/17/18)
  537. People of Richmond – Darlena David (09/16/18)
  538. People of Richmond – Ajeet Takhear (09/16/18)
  539. Alternative discipline methods help elementary school drop suspension numbers (09/16/18)
  540. Richmond’s Beckles tries to ride the progressive wave for a November upset against Buffy Wicks (09/15/18)
  541. Eco-Church (09/15/18)
  542. Residents of Richmond public housing live in fear, demand action to address poor conditions (09/14/18)
  543. North Richmond Annexation (09/14/18)
  544. Lawsuit challenging Point Molate settlement to proceed (09/14/18)
  545. Deandrea Evans (09/13/18)
  546. People of Richmond – Jae Lee (09/13/18)
  547. People of Richmond – Phillip Jabari Killingsworth (09/12/18)
  548. Community involvement takes on illegal dumping (09/12/18)
  549. Battle over fate of Point Molate continues (09/11/18)
  550. LED lights draw hundreds of light pollution complaints from Richmond residents (09/10/18)
  551. People of Richmond (09/10/18)
  552. People of Richmond (09/10/18)
  553. As vacant property tax vote nears, residents debate effectiveness (09/09/18)
  554. West County school board grapples still with redrawing voting districts (09/08/18)
  555. Richmond police should emphasize use of non-lethal force, Citizen commission votes (09/07/18)
  556. As Contra Costa terminates ICE contract, 7-year vigil outside jail gates ends (09/07/18)
  557. Welcome Back! (09/06/18)
  558. We’re off for the summer — see you in September! (05/11/18)
  559. The battle over rent control in the East Bay (05/10/18)
  560. More energy for the people: new options for solar, community choice energy (05/10/18)
  561. The city of Richmond is flipping houses for its low-income residents (05/09/18)
  562. California nurses push for a single payer health bill (05/08/18)
  563. Nonprofit seeks to give “New Life” to Richmond’s Southside (05/07/18)
  564. Formerly incarcerated students return to school (04/30/18)
  565. Community celebrates life of anti-gun violence activist during month with four deadly shootings (04/25/18)
  566. For East Bay immigrants, notary fraud is a common legal threat (04/25/18)
  567. The Tale of Two Cities podcast: Hooked (04/24/18)
  568. West Contra Costa Unified School District introduces program to help employees buy homes (04/18/18)
  569. Judge rules on Point Molate development; housing to be built, but no casino (04/13/18)
  570. Sustainable design competition seeks to abate Bay Area climate disasters (04/11/18)
  571. East Bay women build a net of support to help cope with the fear of deportation (04/06/18)
  572. Climate change and land subsidence pose threat for coastal Bay Area (04/03/18)
  573. Video: Richmond’s March for our Lives (03/27/18)
  574. Richmond rallies against gun violence with the “March for Our Lives” (03/25/18)
  575. Tale of Two Cities Podcast: Love and Heartbreak (03/20/18)
  576. Contra Costa launches deportation defense hotline (03/16/18)
  577. Community members see Richmond Library as an escape from screens and the internet (03/15/18)
  578. Berkeley artists share religion-focused work at Richmond Field Station (03/12/18)
  579. Prescription for mindfulness: Non-profits and hospitals use new practices for healing (03/05/18)
  580. Richmond lawsuit over 2012 Chevron fire nears trial as judge narrows case (03/02/18)
  581. One year later: How Trump’s travel ban affected people in the East Bay (02/28/18)
  582. A night with Richmond’s Ceasefire walkers (02/26/18)
  583. Bay Area medical providers and activists react to law proposal for denying services based on the provider’s religion (02/26/18)
  584. These are the candidates for the Richmond City Council for the November election (02/23/18)
  585. Contra Costa County works on process to dismiss cannabis convictions (02/23/18)
  586. The places that made black history, in Richmond and Oakland (02/22/18)
  587. Merritt College original site in Oakland (02/22/18)
  588. Oakland City Hall (02/22/18)
  589. Oakstop in Oakland (02/22/18)
  590. St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church in Oakland (02/22/18)
  591. It’s All Good Bakery in Oakland (02/22/18)
  592. Easter Hill United Methodist Church in Richmond (02/22/18)
  593. DeFremery Park in Oakland (02/22/18)
  594. Alem’s Coffee in Oakland (02/22/18)
  595. The Nevin Community Center in Richmond (02/22/18)
  596. Huey P. Newton’s murder scene in Oakland (02/22/18)
  597. Remember Them monument in Oakland (02/22/18)
  598. Zella’s Soul Food Kitchen in Oakland (02/22/18)
  599. Marcus Books in Oakland (02/22/18)
  600. Marina Park in Richmond (02/22/18)
  601. Student-Led initiative prompts Richmond City Council to ban some tobacco products in 2019 (02/20/18)
  602. Legal observer trainings teach what to do if ICE knocks at your door (02/15/18)
  603. Richmond mayor expresses concern about county’s faulty warning system in the wake of the Sims fire (02/15/18)
  604. New Richmond police data portal reveals numbers on traffic stops, use of force and more (02/14/18)
  605. Richmond officials see perfect timing, little downside in suing fossil fuel companies (02/13/18)
  606. Once in a blue moon: Super Blood Blue Moon draws fans outdoors (02/12/18)
  607. The Citizen’s Police Review Commission discusses ongoing investigation of a 2014 fatal officer shooting (02/12/18)
  608. Experts are unsure of the severity of this year’s flu season (02/06/18)
  609. Annual outreach effort accounts for Contra Costa’s unsheltered homeless population (02/01/18)
  610. Virginia Ramirez, City Council Candidate (01/31/18)
  611. Ada Recinos, City Council Candidate (01/31/18)
  612. Nat Bates, City Council (01/31/18)
  613. Demnlus Johnson III, City Council Candidate (01/31/18)
  614. Cesar Zepeda, City Council Candidate (01/31/18)
  615. Eduardo Martinez, City Council Candidate (01/31/18)
  616. Michael Gonzales, School Board Candidate (01/31/18)
  617. Carlos Taboada, School Board Candidate (01/31/18)
  618. Vanessa Calloway, School Board Candidate (01/31/18)
  619. Anthony Caro, School Board Candidate (01/31/18)
  620. Tiffany Grimsley, School Board Candidate (01/31/18)
  621. Patricio Dujan, School Board Candidate (01/31/18)
  622. Eleanor Thompson, City Council Candidate (01/31/18)
  623. Jim Rogers, City Council Candidate (01/31/18)
  624. Dave Schoenthal, City Council Candidate (01/31/18)
  625. Diego Garcia, City Council Candidate (01/31/18)
  626. Vinay Pimple, City Council Candidate (01/31/18)
  627. Melvin Willis, Mayoral Candidate (01/31/18)
  628. Tom Butt, Mayoral Candidate (01/31/18)
  629. $4 billion bond measure could bring relief to California state and local parks (01/29/18)
  630. Vacant, Neglected, Destructive: How Richmond’s abandoned homes became fire hazards (01/15/18)
  631. A matter of life and death: When a mother’s life is thrown into jeopardy to save her baby (12/26/17)
  632. ‘What would it be like if you owned the business down the street?’: Richmond residents fight for more ownership over their careers (12/23/17)
  633. No Easy Answers: Richmond confronts a growing homelessness problem (12/22/17)
  634. Three years after his death, the investigation into Pedie Perez’s killing continues (12/20/17)
  635. Researchers team up to solve a ‘50-year old murder mystery’: What’s killing sharks in the San Francisco Bay? (12/20/17)
  636. Is Richmond ready for electric vehicles? (12/18/17)
  637. ‘We’re in a crisis’: Richmond tests public health innovation in health care desert (12/18/17)
  638. West Contra Costa school board races attract significant campaign donations as charter schools continue to grow (12/15/17)
  639. After almost a year, Richmond’s Fair Housing Ordinance begins implementation (12/11/17)
  640. AROUND THE WAY: At Madni Halal Market (12/07/17)
  641. ‘Excellence without excuses’: Demnlus Johnson is a story of Richmond’s resilience (12/05/17)
  642. Point Molate advisory committee vanishes, ignites controversy at City Hall (12/05/17)
  643. Richmond’s housing struggle has a ‘fierce’ new advocate: Nikki Beasley (12/04/17)
  644. ‘We talk about everything:’ Three small businesses in Richmond on relationships with customers (12/02/17)
  645. Around the Way: Laotian activist reflects on community and the future of civic engagement (12/01/17)
  646. Around the Way: DeepFlight designs sleek, personal submarines fit for a Bond villain (11/30/17)
  647. With over 800 people on the streets every night, Richmond’s homeless task force brainstorms ways to tackle a persistent problem (11/30/17)
  648. Only half of eligible Contra Costa residents enroll in food stamps (11/29/17)
  649. Richmond resident and Miss California hopeful: ‘I really want to represent where I’m from’ (11/29/17)
  650. Tales of Two Cities Podcast: Play & Self-Care (11/29/17)
  651. Richmond’s ‘griot’ Donté Clark speaks out against law enforcement’s use of gang enhancements (11/28/17)
  652. Contra Costa health-care experts tout county’s new substance-abuse treatment program (11/27/17)
  653. Contra Costa TV program Veterans’ Voices gives a voice to those who served (11/25/17)
  654. RYSE Center in Richmond innovates where mental health resources are scarce (11/25/17)
  655. Advocates fight for teacher salary increase in West Contra Costa schools, decry proposal of contentious charter school (11/24/17)
  656. Peacemakers mentor Rodney Brown Helps Struggling Richmond Kids Find Their Feet (11/24/17)
  657. From poetry to police, Michelle Milam’s creative vision helps Richmond (11/22/17)
  658. The Reluctant Politician: Ada Recinos’ journey to becoming the youngest city councilmember in Richmond’s history (11/22/17)
  659. Rubicon Programs continues to support Richmond residents after 43 years in community (11/21/17)
  660. Evacuation of local animal rescue group following October wildfires reveals challenges for animal shelters (11/20/17)
  661. Around the Way: The NIAD Art Center (11/18/17)
  662. Bay Area air-quality board approves aggressive, ‘unprecedented’ toxic-emissions regulations (11/17/17)
  663. Can ‘community ambassadors’ untangle Richmond’s relationship with the police? (11/15/17)
  664. At Deja Vu Salon in Richmond, braiding allows women go ‘back to the basics’ (11/15/17)
  665. Touch, Move: First annual chess festival in Richmond (11/14/17)
  666. Tales of Two Cities Podcast: Resistance (11/14/17)
  667. Celebrating Life Outdoors: the annual Shoreline Festival at Point Pinole Regional Park (11/13/17)
  668. West Contra Costa schools fail to improve on annual test, but leaders say student success is measured in a variety of ways (11/11/17)
  669. Opponents and supporters criticize Richmond mayor for ‘doxxing’ his political adversaries, call Tom Butt’s weekly email newsletter a ‘smear campaign’ (11/10/17)
  670. Immigrant advocates in Contra Costa join national rally in support of a Clean Dream Act (11/10/17)
  671. Valero prohibited from buying oil terminals in Martinez, Richmond for next decade (11/09/17)
  672. Around the Way: I want more moles (11/08/17)
  673. Amid ‘nightmare’ budget cuts, EPA closing its Richmond lab (11/07/17)
  674. 24-hours a day, BART mechanics labor to get Richmond to work on time (11/05/17)
  675. Around the Way: Richmond youth living the green life at AdamsCrest Farm (11/03/17)
  676. Hilltop Mall, Revisited: New owners bet on different strategy to yield big success (11/03/17)
  677. Hilltop Mall, Revisited: Developers Envision Nearly 10K New Housing Units – But Critics Worry Current Residents Could Be ‘Priced Out’ (11/02/17)
  678. Tale of Two Cities Podcast: Tracks and Borders (11/01/17)
  679. Richmond’s city commissions trudge onward with limited participation and engagement (11/01/17)
  680. Contra Costa County considers taxing, regulating Airbnb in unincorporated areas (10/30/17)
  681. Hilltop Mall, Revisited: Old school businesses optimistic, hope changes will bring ‘soul’ back to long-struggling Richmond mall (10/30/17)
  682. West Contra Costa schools to receive $1 million federal grant for English learners, immigrant students (10/28/17)
  683. MAP: An overview of every toxic, contaminated site in Richmond (10/28/17)
  684. Around the Way: Is California ready for Gayle McLaughlin? (10/28/17)
  685. A new kind of charter school: Invictus Academy plans to teach non-traditional skills (10/27/17)
  686. Truth Be Told festival at RYSE Center to showcase social justice films by Richmond youth (10/26/17)
  687. Food Week in Richmond offers a fresh approach for healthy eating (10/25/17)
  688. Richmond Confidential reporter Reis Thebault wins Society of Professional Journalists award (10/24/17)
  689. Richmond council takes first steps to make North Richmond part of the city after 60 years of independence (10/21/17)
  690. Richmond organizations team up to properly dispose of household hazardous waste (10/19/17)
  691. A look at actor Wendell Pierce’s downtown Richmond development plans: 400 housing units, new businesses (10/18/17)
  692. Richmond farms such as AdamsCrest provide nourishment for bodies and minds (10/18/17)
  693. Around the Way: Richmond resident documents life, family on kitchen wall (10/17/17)
  694. Multi-faith organization leads protest against ICE detention facility in Richmond (10/17/17)
  695. PHOTOS: A visual tour of new murals in Richmond (10/16/17)
  696. Valero backs out of contentious East Bay terminal purchases (10/16/17)
  697. Richmond businesses rally to support communities affected by the North Bay fires (10/16/17)
  698. Tale of Two Cities Podcast: While You Were Sleeping (10/16/17)
  699. Richmond Tool Library to celebrate one year this Sunday (10/14/17)
  700. Nonprofit Vision to Learn gives Richmond kids free glasses during a recent screening event at Pogo Park (10/13/17)
  701. West Contra Costa charter schools with diverse demographics scored higher on state tests (10/13/17)
  702. Mercy Housing gets green light to redevelop blighted Hacienda development in Richmond (10/12/17)
  703. Downtown Richmond businesses dismayed by loss of post office as mayor works to save location (10/12/17)
  704. Around the Way: Rhythmic Metals (10/12/17)
  705. Contra Costa affordable-housing advocates hope to build off ‘great energy’ of new state laws (10/11/17)
  706. Wine country wildfires create hazardous air conditions for Bay Area residents (10/11/17)
  707. Richmond health centers facing big cuts from Congress (10/11/17)
  708. Richmond cops use coffee to connect with the community (10/10/17)
  709. Activists want to ban single-serve alcohol and flavored tobacco in Richmond (10/07/17)
  710. Contra Costa’s new Mandarin dual-immersion school equals uncertainty for adult-ed programs in district (10/06/17)
  711. North Richmond Shoreline Festival is Saturday (10/06/17)
  712. Contra Costa school district, teachers’ union offer to pay DACA renewal fee – but some say offer was poorly publicized (10/05/17)
  713. Bay Area Mural Fest comes to Richmond this week (10/05/17)
  714. Bay Area cities sue Chevron Corporation, accuse ‘Big Oil’ companies of ‘catastrophic’ impacts on climate (10/04/17)
  715. New Richmond ferry terminal: can it stimulate development and benefit all residents? (10/03/17)
  716. Richmond considers contributing to an Oakland-based public bank study (10/03/17)
  717. City council delays North Richmond annexation decision after divided views and questions about logistics, costs (10/03/17)
  718. East Bay bee removal specialists work to preserve essential colonies (10/01/17)
  719. Environmental, youth groups team up to clean Richmond Greenway (09/30/17)
  720. Downtown Richmond finalist in national contest, could win $150,000 to renovate historic site (09/30/17)
  721. Richmond clinics to lose major funding source unless Congress votes tomorrow (09/29/17)
  722. Richmond’s Spirit & Soul Festival showcases diversity amid concerns of downtown development (09/28/17)
  723. Ceasefire participants march to keep Richmond residents ‘Alive and Free’ (09/27/17)
  724. Oversight group says West Contra Costa school district is mismanaging bonds and could run out of funds for new projects (09/27/17)
  725. Mayor aims to dissolve Richmond’s low-income-housing agency, but critics call plan ‘simplistic’ and ‘reckless’ (09/27/17)
  726. Contra Costa fast-tracks $1 million legal-aid program for county’s unauthorized residents (09/25/17)
  727. Should city incorporate North Richmond? Residents divided on eve of official decision. (09/24/17)
  728. Thousands of Richmond, East Bay ‘soft story’ buildings vulnerable in major earthquake as retrofitting lags (09/22/17)
  729. Saluté restaurant owner donates $13,000 to help Hurricane Harvey victims (09/21/17)
  730. Contra Costa supervisors fund Richmond-based prisoner re-entry program on heels of beef with sheriff (09/20/17)
  731. Brewers, winemakers see potential in untapped Richmond market (09/20/17)
  732. West Contra Costa debates starting school later as state rejects delayed start time bill (09/20/17)
  733. California lawmakers extend fight to keep Alta Bates open in Berkeley (09/19/17)
  734. In response to DACA uncertainty, Contra Costa County to discuss funding million-dollar immigrant-rights program (09/18/17)
  735. California lawmakers to vote on bill that could prevent closure of Alta Bates medical center (09/13/17)
  736. In surprise move, Richmond City Council votes Ada Recinos, 26, to succeed Gayle McLaughlin (09/13/17)
  737. Contra Costa County supervisors choose new DA in close vote (09/12/17)
  738. We’re off for the summer — see you in September! (05/12/17)
  739. At a mulching party, East Bay residents learn how to convert lawns to gardens (05/11/17)
  740. Richmond sports community uses soccer as a vehicle for change (05/10/17)
  741. Portraits of East Bay Activists: Tassiana Willis (05/10/17)
  742. Portraits of East Bay Activists: Melissa Crosby (05/09/17)
  743. Portraits of East Bay Activists: Marco Alberto (05/08/17)
  744. Portraits of East Bay activists: Alana Banks (05/05/17)
  745. Citizen’s Police Review Commission urges Richmond residents to use their services (04/26/17)
  746. Long waiting list for Head Start, despite new federal grant (04/18/17)
  747. Tales of Two Cities: History (04/18/17)
  748. Rosies’ stories still riveting (04/17/17)
  749. Thousands flock to Richmond boat show (04/14/17)
  750. Sun raining jobs on Oakland, Richmond (04/14/17)
  751. School suspensions cost communities and unfairly affect minorities, experts say (04/14/17)
  752. Feminine hygiene products unavailable to many East Bay women (04/12/17)
  753. New exhibit delves into “How World War I Changed Richmond” (04/04/17)
  754. KaBOOM! and Target help Richmond build a park in a day (03/24/17)
  755. State legislators work on bill to establish single-player healthcare system (03/16/17)
  756. Bay Area ghost hunters investigate the paranormal (03/13/17)
  757. Mayor holds off rent board appointment (03/10/17)
  758. WCCUSD to open Mandarin Chinese immersion school for kindergarten (03/08/17)
  759. Richmond City Council calls for Trump impeachment probe (03/06/17)
  760. State legislators push bill to limit emergency room closures (03/03/17)
  761. Mayor paints rosy picture of Richmond in State of the City address (03/01/17)
  762. Tales of Two Cities: Marked (02/27/17)
  763. Richmond residents commemorate anniversary of Japanese American incarceration order (02/21/17)
  764. East Bay drinking water reservoirs reach full capacity (02/20/17)
  765. Richmond high schoolers win rare Division I soccer scholarships (02/10/17)
  766. Richmond community members oppose post office sale (02/09/17)
  767. Bay Area officials support sanctuary cities, despite threats of federal cuts (02/09/17)
  768. Possible repeal of Obamacare arouses local concern (02/01/17)
  769. Richmond fire victims receiving help from the community (01/31/17)
  770. North Richmond scrap yard fire contained, but cause still unknown (12/16/16)
  771. Richmond dispensaries hid possibly millions in sales, profited illegally, DA report finds (12/16/16)
  772. Student canvassers helped elect charter friendly school board (12/15/16)
  773. Developing Richmond’s Zeneca Site means confronting a legacy of contamination (12/13/16)
  774. Video: A domestic violence program struggles to keep doors open despite rising reports of abuse (12/13/16)
  775. Video: Richmond’s Female Entrepreneurs (12/12/16)
  776. Tales of Two Cities: Spaces (12/12/16)
  777. Changing an industry with natural products (12/10/16)
  778. Three Cheers for the Kids and Our Money (12/10/16)
  779. Video: The original “Rosies” (12/09/16)
  780. Oysters and eelgrass, unlikely heroes in the fight against rising seas (12/08/16)
  781. Studies show stress from racism affects newborn health (12/08/16)
  782. Richmond has Contra Costa’s highest number of sheriff-enforced evictions, document shows (12/05/16)
  783. New law expands health coverage for undocumented children (12/02/16)
  784. WCCUSD fulfills one to one tablet initiative (12/01/16)
  785. Richmond’s “Rosie the Riveters” commemorate 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor (11/30/16)
  786. Post Trump’s election, Richmond organizations plan to march for justice (11/29/16)
  787. Richmond Mayor Tom Butt pledges protection for immigrants–but future remains uncertain (11/25/16)
  788. New report criticizes Chevron’s spending in California politics (11/23/16)
  789. RPD officer sent ‘sexually suggestive’ messages to head of a dispensary he was regulating, documents show (11/23/16)
  790. Tales of Two Cities: Ladies Night (11/22/16)
  791. Advocacy groups sue DMV for driver’s license suspensions (11/21/16)
  792. Sexually transmitted diseases on the rise in Contra Costa County (11/18/16)
  793. Violence prevention the focus at City Council meeting (11/18/16)
  794. Health programs for undocumented immigrants in Contra Costa may be threatened under Trump (11/16/16)
  795. Court documents point to ‘pay to play’ scheme between marijuana dispensaries and City Council (11/16/16)
  796. While the nation swings right, Richmond swings left (11/15/16)
  797. Water taxi from Richmond to San Francisco launches today (11/14/16)
  798. Local health care professionals weigh in on implications of Trump presidency (11/11/16)
  799. RYSE Youth Center creates space to cope with post-election disappointment (11/11/16)
  800. Richmond residents are split after Prop 61 does not pass (11/10/16)
  801. RPA celebrates city council wins on election night (11/10/16)
  802. Richmond High students take to the streets to protest Trump’s presidential win (11/09/16)
  803. High school students take to Richmond streets, protesting a Trump presidency (11/09/16)
  804. School-funding, Measure T parcel tax passes in Richmond (11/09/16)
  805. Residents vote ‘no’ on Measure M (11/09/16)
  806. Willis’ and Choi’s City Council wins bring victory for RPA, Mayor Butt voices concern (11/09/16)
  807. Measure L passes with mixed reactions (11/09/16)
  808. Final results: RPA sweeps City Council race, Measure L passes (11/09/16)
  809. Phillips and Panas elected to school board (11/09/16)
  810. Richmond reacts to Trump victory (11/09/16)
  811. RYSE gives youth electoral voice (11/08/16)
  812. Photo Essay: Veterans Memorial Hall Polling Center (11/08/16)
  813. Shortage of pens leads to long lines at one Richmond polling place (11/08/16)
  814. How will Contra Costa vote in the presidential campaign? (11/08/16)
  815. Photo Essay: Election Day in Richmond (11/08/16)
  816. Richmond residents cast votes in divisive election (11/08/16)
  817. 2016 election could bring RPA biggest win yet (11/08/16)
  818. Local millennials head to the polls (11/08/16)
  819. School board candidates vetted by Education Matters before endorsement (11/07/16)
  820. Real estate industry spends big to defeat Bay Area rent control measures (11/07/16)
  821. Last-minute attack ad targets board of ed candidate (11/07/16)
  822. ELECTION 2016: Richmond, California (11/07/16)
  823. Pharmaceutical giants spend big to defeat Prop 61, ‘ground zero’ for drug price control (11/07/16)
  824. Campaign contributions largely from outside Richmond, finance records show (11/05/16)
  825. Cesar Zepeda: I see Richmond as a diamond in the rough (11/05/16)
  826. Mayor Butt advocates for Measure M as realtor groups spend to defeat it (11/04/16)
  827. In 2016 City Council election female candidates are missing from the ballot (11/04/16)
  828. Melvin Willis: I want to help uplift Richmond out of poverty (11/04/16)
  829. Nonprofit helping victims of domestic violence holds fundraiser, faces funding gap (11/04/16)
  830. City Council considers ordinance to protect renters with criminal records (11/03/16)
  831. Our Election 2016 site is now LIVE (11/03/16)
  832. Uche Uwahemu: We are at risk if we make the wrong choices this time (11/03/16)
  833. Jim Rogers: We Need to Pass Measure L and Fix Measure L (11/02/16)
  834. Merchants and revelers kick off Trick or Treat on 23rd Street (11/02/16)
  835. Tales of Two Cities: Election Special (11/02/16)
  836. Four officers involved in “Celeste Guap” scandal terminated from Richmond Police Department (11/01/16)
  837. Jael Myrick: Growing up in Richmond colors my worldview (11/01/16)
  838. Charter school organizations provide majority of campaign contributions in school board race (11/01/16)
  839. Congress to vote on renaming post office after McCraw, advocate for workforce equality (10/31/16)
  840. Vinay Pimple: A lively downtown, more jobs and less crime (10/31/16)
  841. Ben Choi: Without rent control, a lot of people will be forced out of Richmond (10/28/16)
  842. Cool Out basketball event held in response to recent shootings (10/28/16)
  843. Greenway trail closer to completion as City Council approves funding (10/28/16)
  844. Corky Boozé: I’m running so I can finish the work I started (10/27/16)
  845. Proposed cleanup of Zeneca site not thorough enough, community group says (10/27/16)
  846. Nat Bates: Sometimes We’re Our Own Worst Enemy (10/26/16)
  847. WCCUSD Board again denies Caliber School’s request (10/26/16)
  848. Attendees learn traditional crafts, celebrate Dia de los Muertos at Skeletonfest (10/26/16)
  849. Tales of Two Cities: I’m Not from Here (10/25/16)
  850. County holds free adoption drive in response to impacted shelters (10/25/16)
  851. Past voter irregularities concern for candidate but not county (10/24/16)
  852. Clean Slate event offers over 300 assistance with criminal records (10/24/16)
  853. Scenes from Mayor’s second annual golf tournament (10/21/16)
  854. City council candidates clash over development, rent control and schools (10/21/16)
  855. Council votes to fund contract for new police body cams and tasers (10/20/16)
  856. New health center named for beloved Richmond pediatrician (10/20/16)
  857. County conference gives parents tips to help students (10/19/16)
  858. Urban Tilth launches new farm in North Richmond (10/19/16)
  859. PAAC continues effort to require public art in new business developments (10/18/16)
  860. Future of Richmond solar train still in limbo (10/18/16)
  861. After previous attempts to influence, Chevron stays out of city election (10/17/16)
  862. Annual “Men of Merit” ceremony honors men taking a stand against violence (10/14/16)
  863. Friends mourn loss of Eric Brown as police arrest suspects (10/14/16)
  864. Kaleidoscope Coffee fosters Richmond’s storytelling community (10/13/16)
  865. 86-year-old barber has no plans to cut career short (10/13/16)
  866. Richmond’s SS Red Oak Victory hosts World War II reenactment (10/13/16)
  867. Richmond speed chess tournament commended for inclusivity (10/12/16)
  868. Campaign finance reports provide litmus test for voters as election approaches (10/12/16)
  869. Real estate firm removes toxic soil from Richmond neighborhood, but controversy remains (10/12/16)
  870. Richmond mayor releases strategy to expand affordable housing (10/11/16)
  871. In Contra Costa County, young democrats zero in on local elections (10/11/16)
  872. Second annual Richmond Promise scholarship launches, offering funding for college-bound students (10/10/16)
  873. School board candidates discuss charter schools, district funding (10/10/16)
  874. More than 1000 social service workers go on strike in Contra Costa (10/07/16)
  875. Photo Essay: Richmond’s Ace Hardware closing after 42 years in business (10/07/16)
  876. Children’s artwork shines in downtown Richmond (10/06/16)
  877. Initiative to stop further development in landslide prone areas embraced by El Sobrante Valley residents (10/06/16)
  878. Native American Day celebrated at Concord community center (10/05/16)
  879. El Cerrito Police Department hosts Pokémon Go block party (10/05/16)
  880. Richmond students take action to improve education (10/05/16)
  881. Candidates sharply divided over proposed rent control measure (10/04/16)
  882. Real estate company stores toxic soil in Richmond neighborhood (10/04/16)
  883. Community members voice concerns over recent violence (10/03/16)
  884. Study reveals reasons behind Richmond food desert (09/30/16)
  885. Transfer tax increase to become contentious issue for Richmond voters (09/30/16)
  886. Richmond residents fighting eviction, gentrification (09/29/16)
  887. Richmond lowriders commemorate loved ones lost to gun violence (09/29/16)
  888. Opinion split on petition to open charter high school in Richmond (09/28/16)
  889. Richmond Museum plans to transform its exhibits (09/28/16)
  890. Point Richmond Music Festival holds its final concert this season (09/27/16)
  891. Richmond pastor hosts City Council candidates, urges voter engagement (09/27/16)
  892. Nurses hold town hall to oppose closure of Alta Bates Hospital in Berkeley (09/27/16)
  893. Disciplinary actions recommended for officers involved in sexual misconduct case (09/26/16)
  894. District won’t sell Richmond middle school to charter organization (09/26/16)
  895. Richmond dispensary sues over alleged monopoly on medical marijuana (09/26/16)
  896. Downtown Richmond shows its heart at Spirit and Soul Festival (09/24/16)
  897. 19-year-old man charged with murder in shooting of Javonte Prothro (09/23/16)
  898. School board votes to accept controversial audit, police may investigate (09/23/16)
  899. With signatures approved, Kids First Initiative gets closer to the 2018 ballot (09/23/16)
  900. New bike lane to be built on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge (09/23/16)
  901. Economy rebounds nationally but remains stagnant in Richmond, some residents say (09/22/16)
  902. First public forum gives voters glimpse of WCCUSD school board candidates (09/22/16)
  903. Community mourns victims of two shootings just blocks apart (09/21/16)
  904. Richmond residents join worldwide effort to clean up the coast (09/21/16)
  905. Mother-daughter team fights hunger, in people and their pets (09/21/16)
  906. In search of higher wages, East Bay workers brave longer commutes (09/20/16)
  907. East Bay programs teach the public how to help during a mental health crisis (09/20/16)
  908. As Oakland rejects coal, it’s business as usual for Levin-Richmond Terminal (09/20/16)
  909. New regulations in the pipeline for California refineries (09/19/16)
  910. Investigation reveals possible WCCUSD fund mismanagement (09/19/16)
  911. Nuevo superintendente habla sobre planes para WCCUSD (09/16/16)
  912. Bay Area native returns to Richmond to cast, film movie (09/16/16)
  913. Richmond event educates community on human trafficking (09/15/16)
  914. Exhibit showcases RAC mentor-mentee artist legacy (09/15/16)
  915. Immunization law targets school vaccination exemptions (09/14/16)
  916. Richmond City Council votes ‘no’ on eviction, rent increases moratorium (09/14/16)
  917. Richmond residents file lawsuit against Terminal One development (09/13/16)
  918. Richmond students learn to grow in urban agriculture program (09/13/16)
  919. Richmond company rolling out new solar panel design (09/12/16)
  920. New superintendent talks plans for WCCUSD (09/12/16)
  921. Richmond City Council to vote on evictions, rent moratorium (09/12/16)
  922. From Storage to Studios, Bridge Art Space gets creative (09/10/16)
  923. Contra Costa Voters Consider Transportation Measures (09/09/16)
  924. City Council candidates get boost from Bernie Sanders (09/08/16)
  925. Park Mural one of Last Projects Funded by Cut Grant Program (09/06/16)
  926. Richmond reacts to Berkeley Global Campus suspension (09/02/16)
  927. Ceasefire Richmond holding strong, with plans for growth (09/02/16)
  928. Panel highlights ‘health care desert’ worries in Richmond (09/01/16)
  929. We’re Back! (08/31/16)
  930. We’re off for the summer — see you in September! (05/13/16)
  931. RYSE brings “Fairytale” about teen dating violence to the stage (05/13/16)
  932. Women Build graduates its first all-female class in the construction trades (05/11/16)
  933. Despite loss of thrash metal scene in Bay Area, musicians find reasons to keep playing (05/11/16)
  934. Tales of Two Cities #7: Loss (05/05/16)
  935. National Park Service asks for input in designing the Richmond Wellness Trail (04/26/16)
  936. County supervisors approve task force to combat criminal justice racial disparities (04/21/16)
  937. Allwyn Brown sworn in as Richmond’s new police chief (04/21/16)
  938. Tales of Two Cities #6: Music in the East Bay (04/21/16)
  939. Second annual East Bay Dances event will feature Diablo Ballet (04/15/16)
  940. With laws changing, tiny homes may have a big effect on housing (04/13/16)
  941. Richmond Public Library helps adults complete their high school diplomas (04/12/16)
  942. Nonprofit brings music education to Richmond school (04/11/16)
  943. Tales of Two Cities #5: Education (04/07/16)
  944. Baseball film reflects relationship between the East Bay and Cuba (04/07/16)
  945. Credentials rules leave some East Bay dance instructors unable to teach (04/04/16)
  946. East Bay businesses and politicians react to new state minimum wage (04/04/16)
  947. Not just a walk in the park for kids in Richmond (03/31/16)
  948. Tales of Two Cities #4: Changes (03/24/16)
  949. Bay Area Rescue Mission helps local people get back on their feet (03/23/16)
  950. Former Doctors Medical Center in contract to become hotel (03/14/16)
  951. Tales of Two Cities #3: Hobbies (03/11/16)
  952. Young Richmond artist to offer free art classes through grant (03/08/16)
  953. Family remembers Xavier McClanahan (03/07/16)
  954. Teenager shot and killed near middle school (02/29/16)
  955. County implements Laura’s Law for treatment of the mentally ill (02/26/16)
  956. Locally Richmond: Fairy wing maker goes national (02/26/16)
  957. Tales of Two Cities #2: All about the Benjamins (02/25/16)
  958. East Bay residents receive citizenship help (02/24/16)
  959. City, school district aim to provide free Wi-Fi to central Richmond (02/22/16)
  960. Richmond police mourn the death of Officer Augustine “Gus” Vegas (02/12/16)
  961. Two Richmond residents collaborate on separate unique art businesses under the same roof (02/11/16)
  962. Tales of Two Cities #1: Sports (02/11/16)
  963. The Potential Project gives students a voice to help create solutions (02/09/16)
  964. Introducing the Tales of Two Cities Podcast, radio stories from Richmond and Oakland (02/08/16)
  965. Five men, one town, four decades of art (02/08/16)
  966. With Broncos in the Super Bowl, Raiders fans react (02/06/16)
  967. Richmond city council meeting discusses investigating the death of Richard “Pedie” Perez (02/03/16)
  968. Bay Area artist runs unique business inspired by her grandmother (02/01/16)
  969. Contra Costa Chorale celebrates 50 years of performance (01/26/16)
  970. Bay Bridge bike path on track—to be finished in 2025 (01/21/16)
  971. Richmond city council meeting marked by protests over Richard “Pedie” Perez (01/20/16)
  972. Richmond’s Living Legends (12/16/15)
  973. Transportation Commission approves grant to better Iron Triangle (12/13/15)
  974. Patients struggle, doctors worry in aftermath of hospital shutdown (12/13/15)
  975. The historical uniqueness of a city in transformation (12/11/15)
  976. Locally Richmond: Omni Movement (12/11/15)
  977. Growing old in Richmond: senior services help only some (12/11/15)
  978. Richmond schools adapt to growing need for bilingual teachers (12/10/15)
  979. Chevron’s role in childhood asthma hazy (12/10/15)
  980. A new Great Migration: the disappearance of the black middle class (12/10/15)
  981. Richmond nonprofit tackles new approach to urban renewal (12/10/15)
  982. Life after incarceration: Larnel Wolfe and the Safe Return Project (12/09/15)
  983. Spike in homicides adds to unfinished agenda awaiting Magnus successor (12/09/15)
  984. Departing police chief built Richmond legacy on trust (12/08/15)
  985. Agents of Change: Scenes of a city in motion (12/04/15)
  986. A soggy hour in Richmond (12/04/15)
  987. Locally Richmond: Taqueria La Estrella (12/04/15)
  988. After hard times, restaurant owner warms hearts in Richmond with love (12/03/15)
  989. First community briefing for the Berkeley Global Campus (12/03/15)
  990. SS Red Oak Victory: One of the last Victory ships (11/29/15)
  991. Locally Richmond: Jered’s Pottery (11/27/15)
  992. Local gardener transforms vacant lot into thriving urban farm (11/26/15)
  993. Love story inspires Richmond fencing center (11/25/15)
  994. Thanksgiving comes early for Richmond seniors (11/22/15)
  995. Richmond Youth Council aims to lower voting age (11/20/15)
  996. Magnus heads to Arizona (11/18/15)
  997. New scholarship helps Richmond college students (11/18/15)
  998. Tucson votes on hiring Richmond’s police chief (11/16/15)
  999. Immigrant community prepares for 2016 election (11/16/15)
  1000. Locally Richmond: Lilly’s Beauty Salon and Supplies (11/13/15)
  1001. Richmond event honors veterans on Veterans Day (11/12/15)
  1002. El Nuevo Mundo refleja incremento de bilingüismo en Richmond (11/11/15)
  1003. El Nuevo Mundo reflects bilingualism on the rise in Richmond (11/11/15)
  1004. Richmond Pulse gives voice to the voiceless (11/10/15)
  1005. Washington D.C. trip empowers students (11/08/15)
  1006. Education pilot program to be implemented in school district (11/07/15)
  1007. Locally Richmond: Move Around Fitness (11/06/15)
  1008. Primary care for undocumented to begin next month (11/06/15)
  1009. Roller derby body piercer finds work-life balance on the track (11/06/15)
  1010. Initial report in on student achievement (11/05/15)
  1011. New documentary stars Richmond’s very own Romeo (11/05/15)
  1012. Interfaith group sprints to end hunger and homelessness (11/03/15)
  1013. First Annual Food Day event in Richmond promotes healthy diets (10/31/15)
  1014. Magnus emerges as favorite for Tucson police chief position (10/30/15)
  1015. Locally Richmond: Dejavu’s Hair Salon (10/30/15)
  1016. Contra Costa seeking alternative to shackling during transport of juveniles (10/30/15)
  1017. Meeting of the Minds aims to design more livable cities (10/29/15)
  1018. Conference highlights innovative approaches for sustainable city (10/28/15)
  1019. Richmond Promise eligibility still on hold (10/28/15)
  1020. Film screening inspires undocumented youth to aim for college (10/28/15)
  1021. Community works together to rebuild John F. Kennedy Park (10/28/15)
  1022. District elections proposal heads to city, aims to give neighborhoods a voice (10/27/15)
  1023. Youth film festival in Richmond highlights new voices (10/27/15)
  1024. Chief Magnus finalist to head Tucson’s police department (10/24/15)
  1025. Locally Richmond: Angelo’s Gourmet Delicatessen (10/23/15)
  1026. Parents of truant students called to court in Contra Costa County (10/21/15)
  1027. Richmond’s Reentry Success Center to open next week (10/21/15)
  1028. Richmond’s local rent control ordinances officially suspended (10/21/15)
  1029. Creating a stronger community through bicycling (10/21/15)
  1030. Richmond police confirm the identity of last Thursday’s liquor store fatality (10/21/15)
  1031. The Head Start program turns 50 this year in Contra Costa County (10/21/15)
  1032. IT academy at De Anza aims to bridge digital divide (10/21/15)
  1033. Historic buildings of Richmond forgotten but not gone (10/20/15)
  1034. Environmental groups clash over East Bay eucalyptus (10/20/15)
  1035. Richmond Police move to expand use of videos from body cameras (10/20/15)
  1036. City forced to increase debt, rethink its finances (10/16/15)
  1037. Locally Richmond: Brazilian Coffee House & Restaurant Goiano (10/16/15)
  1038. Man dead after altercation outside liquor store (10/16/15)
  1039. Charter school community rallies for inclusion in scholarship program (10/15/15)
  1040. Parents weigh in on school district spending (10/15/15)
  1041. Study finds immigrants reduce crime rates, suffer from other disparities (10/15/15)
  1042. Richmond Wrecking Belles play for the challenge (10/14/15)
  1043. PG&E to incorporate safety initiatives, remove obstructing trees (10/13/15)
  1044. Crimes increase in city parks, officials say (10/12/15)
  1045. Locally Richmond: Bark Stix (10/09/15)
  1046. WCCUSD considers new technology to improve student performance (10/09/15)
  1047. School board reflects on racial, economic disparities in new state test scores (10/08/15)
  1048. Governor Brown signs landmark Fair Pay legislation in Richmond (10/06/15)
  1049. Fed up with gun violence, event encourages community change (10/06/15)
  1050. North Richmond Shoreline Festival attracts, educates families (10/05/15)
  1051. Easy solutions for truancy elude schools (10/05/15)
  1052. Suspect arrested in murder of man found dumped in West Oakland (10/04/15)
  1053. Hip-hop artist eyes White House, hopes to slay the Trump dragon (10/03/15)
  1054. Locally Richmond: Guillermina Asian Art and Antiques (10/02/15)
  1055. UC Berkeley’s Richmond Global Campus expected to spur housing construction (10/02/15)
  1056. State Controller’s Office cancels audit of Richmond city finances (10/01/15)
  1057. City council moves forward on Richmond Promise program (10/01/15)
  1058. State representatives discuss right to die, more money for schools, at Oakland event (10/01/15)
  1059. ‘The War at Home’ debuts in Richmond (09/30/15)
  1060. Richmond police ID double homicide victims, investigation ongoing (09/30/15)
  1061. City Council approves blueprint to move people through south Richmond (09/26/15)
  1062. Attorney General listens to Richmond leaders (09/25/15)
  1063. Snoop Dogg, football help Richmond kids stay out of trouble (09/24/15)
  1064. Locals play softball with soulful purpose (09/24/15)
  1065. Attorney General hopes to make Richmond a national model (09/24/15)
  1066. Contra Costa supervisors approve healthcare for undocumented immigrants (09/24/15)
  1067. Spirit and Soul festival aims to revive downtown (09/23/15)
  1068. Community-minded boxer seeks funding to reach national competition (09/20/15)
  1069. West Contra Costa school district, teachers to continue salary negotiations (09/19/15)
  1070. Richmond celebrates Mexican Independence, growing Latino community (09/18/15)
  1071. Police steamed after small fire sets off sprinklers at headquarters (09/16/15)
  1072. Chevron legal skirmish shows no sign of ending (09/16/15)
  1073. Community members voice concerns over raising rents in Richmond (09/16/15)
  1074. Tougher standardized testing in schools highlights poor results in district (09/16/15)
  1075. Richmond’s elementary schools host parents at back-to-school night (09/11/15)
  1076. Recent shooting prompts extra security at next Kennedy High football game (09/11/15)
  1077. East Bay swelters in heat wave; cooler temperatures on the way (09/10/15)
  1078. Shipyard exhibit brings wartime art to life (09/08/15)
  1079. We’re off for the summer — see you in September! (06/05/15)
  1080. City asks residents to weigh in on new South Richmond transportation plan (05/18/15)
  1081. Mayor highlights business, environment and council meeting improvements in his first 100 days (05/12/15)
  1082. EBMUD declares stage 4 drought and takes steps to curb water use (05/11/15)
  1083. Richmond Progressive Alliance revives campaign for stronger tenant protections (05/11/15)
  1084. Some Richmond property owners agree to limits on rent increases, but face skepticism (05/04/15)
  1085. Ten Hacienda households file tort claims against Richmond (05/01/15)
  1086. Dover Elementary educator Maribel Lopez named teacher of the year (04/29/15)
  1087. The Charlie Cart, a newly designed mobile kitchen, brings food education into the classroom (04/28/15)
  1088. Non-profit Lao Family celebrates 35 years helping immigrants achieve self-sufficiency (04/27/15)
  1089. On Earth Day 2015, a look at the wild species that live in the East Bay regional parks (04/22/15)
  1090. Community members mourn the closure of Doctors Medical Center (04/22/15)
  1091. Crime rises in first quarter of 2015; police force vacancies a challenge (04/20/15)
  1092. Richmond’s rent control advocates and opponents face off over gentrification (04/17/15)
  1093. Hundreds of workers rally across the East Bay for the “Fight for $15” (04/16/15)
  1094. Maya’s gift to Richmond: Music therapy for people with developmental disabilities (04/15/15)
  1095. Balancing life as a roller derby girl (04/14/15)
  1096. IRS warns taxpayers of scammers and identity theft (04/13/15)
  1097. At Hacienda, some tenants are having trouble searching for a new home (04/10/15)
  1098. Former Richmond police officer sues city and Chief Magnus for wrongful termination, sexual harassment (04/09/15)
  1099. Tenants engage in partial rent strike at two Richmond apartment buildings (04/03/15)
  1100. Little Free Library movement begins to blossom in Richmond (03/24/15)
  1101. With increased demand for solar power, green job opportunities return (03/23/15)
  1102. After measles outbreak, interest in vaccines increases (03/20/15)
  1103. School board recognizes Richmond High School soccer, discusses charters schools and bond money (03/19/15)
  1104. Small efforts help library accessibility widen in Richmond (03/19/15)
  1105. “The Run and Only” basketball league gives the NBA a run for its money (03/17/15)
  1106. New health clinic opens for Kennedy High students and South Richmond residents (03/16/15)
  1107. Law Academy students at De Anza High fight to keep teacher’s job (03/15/15)
  1108. Richmond Wholesale and Marina Bay residents meet to solve smoke and noise issues (03/12/15)
  1109. Meet Vinay Pimple, Richmond’s newest city councilmember (03/12/15)
  1110. Richmond community members petition for more salad bars in schools (03/11/15)
  1111. How will Richmond Housing Authority spend HUD relocation funding to help Hacienda residents move? (03/10/15)
  1112. City council rejects zoning revisions for a digital sign in Hilltop (03/06/15)
  1113. School district holds town hall meeting to discuss funding, school services and Common Core (03/02/15)
  1114. Colorado professor comes to Richmond to discuss the lives of Mexican American women during World War II (03/02/15)
  1115. Backers of a flyer campaign and ballot initiative proposal criticize city manager’s salary (02/26/15)
  1116. Vinay Pimple appointed to fill vacant seat on Richmond City Council (02/25/15)
  1117. Richmond focuses “Love Your Block” grant to develop North Richmond and Parchester neighborhoods (02/20/15)
  1118. Exhibition at NIAD seeks to turn Richmond into an art destination (02/18/15)
  1119. Richmond City Council fails to fill vacant seat for a second week (02/18/15)
  1120. First measles case of 2015 confirmed in Contra Costa County (02/11/15)
  1121. Richmond City Council adjourns without filling vacant seat (02/11/15)
  1122. Council to discuss filling Richmond’s vacant seat (02/10/15)
  1123. Codex Book Fair, the largest of its type in the world, visits Richmond (02/09/15)
  1124. Hacienda residents to move with federally-funded vouchers (02/07/15)
  1125. Empty city council seat has 18 contenders (02/05/15)
  1126. Richmond High soccer falls 2-1 to Monte Vista (02/03/15)
  1127. Richmond High boys soccer overcomes slow start, looks toward postseason (01/31/15)
  1128. American Red Cross encouraging African-Americans to donate blood (01/30/15)
  1129. Mayor highlights Hilltop Mall and Hacienda relocation in State of the City address (01/28/15)
  1130. Measles outbreak reaches East Bay (01/26/15)
  1131. West Contra Costa school board meets for a six-hour, packed discussion on charter schools (01/23/15)
  1132. Mayor Tom Butt convenes first meeting of Richmond’s new city council (01/21/15)
  1133. Two years later, fast food workers’ fight for $15 and a union still going strong (12/31/14)
  1134. Richmond Confidential looks back on 2014, year for the ages (12/29/14)
  1135. War Ink: Stories of war veterans “coming all the way home” (12/22/14)
  1136. Inside Richmond’s highest performing school (12/22/14)
  1137. Rapping O’Neill (12/21/14)
  1138. Long neglected, Richmond’s downtown is being slowly reborn (12/21/14)
  1139. High school Law Academy inspires students to consider a legal career (12/21/14)
  1140. Steven Parker: the new voice of Richmond (12/20/14)
  1141. Independence of independent expenditure groups called into question (12/20/14)
  1142. Enabled by DACA, Ivy League Connection sends first undocumented student from Richmond to East Coast (12/19/14)
  1143. Long after recovery, the housing wealth gap in Richmond is worse than ever (12/19/14)
  1144. Richmond author comes to terms with her past, one story at a time (12/19/14)
  1145. “Black lives matter” rallies unite Bay Area public defenders (12/18/14)
  1146. Richmond tenants battle Beverly Hills developer to keep their homes (12/18/14)
  1147. City officials press ahead with lawsuit following 2012 Chevron refinery fire (12/18/14)
  1148. Richmond YMCA toy giveaway founded by firefighter (12/17/14)
  1149. From drug baron to faith leader: a Richmond redemption (12/17/14)
  1150. Blocs apart: how violence undermines protest goals (12/16/14)
  1151. Young Richmond artists rap for societal change (12/16/14)
  1152. Shields Nursing Center warms up hearts with free coats (12/15/14)
  1153. Third attempted burglar shot this year in Richmond: “Unusually high,” police say (12/15/14)
  1154. Richmond mosque provides safe space, education for Muslim families (12/14/14)
  1155. Thanksgiving is over, but wild turkeys still roam Richmond’s neighborhoods (12/14/14)
  1156. Restorative Justice offers Richmond High students alternatives to suspension (12/13/14)
  1157. Michael Banks: A firefighter for 34 years, a husband for 40 (12/12/14)
  1158. UC Berkeley Chancellor meets with Richmond community about Global Campus (12/12/14)
  1159. Inquest reveals details of Richmond police shooting (12/12/14)
  1160. Doctors Medical Center: a 2014 retrospective (12/12/14)
  1161. Friends, family mourn Richmond woman killed in Oakland (12/11/14)
  1162. Richmond man urging calm assaulted in Oakland protests (12/10/14)
  1163. OPINION: Insights from an “outsider” (12/10/14)
  1164. Rich City Rides bike recovery program: Reuniting bikers and their stolen bikes (12/10/14)
  1165. Retrospective: Archives show difficult road for Richmond middle class (12/10/14)
  1166. In Richmond, solidarity with victims of violence in Ferguson and New York breaks boundaries (12/09/14)
  1167. Josephine Lico – Eyewitness to Richmond for over 100 years (12/09/14)
  1168. Weekend marches turn violent as Berkeley protests police killings of unarmed black men (12/09/14)
  1169. Hundreds join first night of protests in Berkeley (12/09/14)
  1170. Officer caught with pot allowed to testify against others (12/08/14)
  1171. Richmond Police Department announces banner year in crime reduction (12/07/14)
  1172. RPD Grinch-busters hold holiday safety event at Hilltop Mall (12/07/14)
  1173. Booze settles with city over alleged junkyard (12/07/14)
  1174. After exhausting $1.8 million funding, Richmond’s Easy Go program yields low usage rates at high costs (12/06/14)
  1175. Richmond city workers salaries outpace resident’s income (12/06/14)
  1176. Backyard butchering class in Richmond raises dialogue about death and killing (12/05/14)
  1177. Oakland protestors take to the streets in sympathy with Eric Garner case (12/04/14)
  1178. Contra Costa College student wins scholarship to cover textbook costs (12/04/14)
  1179. West Contra Costa School Board President reflects on two decades of service (12/03/14)
  1180. Event helps Asian and Pacific Islanders enroll in health care (12/03/14)
  1181. Contra Costa County offers loan forgiveness to Doctors Medical Center (12/03/14)
  1182. Decisive vote over Point Richmond Bottoms property expected (12/02/14)
  1183. Flood program aims to keep shorelines above water (12/02/14)
  1184. Black Friday protestors demonstrate at Hilltop Mall (12/01/14)
  1185. The ‘Ben and Jerry’s’ of cannabis ice cream (11/30/14)
  1186. Police and demonstrators clash as Black Friday protests turn violent in San Francisco (11/29/14)
  1187. Last minute fundraising campaign gives Richmond’s Steelers Cadets football team shot at national title (11/29/14)
  1188. Richmond restaurateur gives back for Thanksgiving (11/28/14)
  1189. Crude politics: Chevron lost expensive election, but still has plenty of power (11/28/14)
  1190. Night three: Oakland reacts to Ferguson decision (11/27/14)
  1191. Dozens arrested during third night of Ferguson protests in Oakland (11/27/14)
  1192. City of Richmond’s first app allows residents to snap photos of potholes (11/27/14)
  1193. Street scenes: on the front lines during Oakland’s second night of protest (11/26/14)
  1194. Richmond restaurant to host more than 1,000 people for homeless, veteran awareness this Thanksgiving (11/26/14)
  1195. Contra Costa Supervisors incur backlash after giving themselves big pay raise (11/26/14)
  1196. Greening Richmond Together: Groundwork’s second annual awards event (11/25/14)
  1197. Protest erupts in Oakland following Ferguson grand jury decision, shuts down freeway (11/25/14)
  1198. Takeover robbers strike Point Richmond pharmacy (11/24/14)
  1199. The man behind the Richmond company that won’t stop growing (11/23/14)
  1200. Reimbursement from God: Police chaplains in Richmond (11/23/14)
  1201. Low and slow: Lowriders raise profile of Thanksgiving food drive (11/23/14)
  1202. In East Bay, immigration reform gets lukewarm reviews (11/21/14)
  1203. Counseling sessions on Medicare benefits to be held tomorrow (11/21/14)
  1204. North Richmond project transforms gardens — and gardeners, too (11/20/14)
  1205. With an iPhone, artist Mindy Pines photographs the everyday beauty of Richmond (11/20/14)
  1206. Young artists envision a better world (11/20/14)
  1207. Timeline: History of a company town (11/19/14)
  1208. Losing candidates say corporate money may have hurt their campaigns (11/19/14)
  1209. Alex Knox, the name behind Tom Butt’s winning campaign for mayor (11/18/14)
  1210. Iron Triangle company shuttered over hazardous waste (11/18/14)
  1211. Richmond residents buy food for their neighbors one Cool Green Bag at a time (11/17/14)
  1212. As violence stalks Richmond streets, so does Ceasefire (11/17/14)
  1213. Three years away, but Richmond ferry plans steaming forward (11/17/14)
  1214. Richmond Art Center: building community through art (11/16/14)
  1215. Baseball great Lou Brock leads Diabetes Day at Doctors Medical Center (11/16/14)
  1216. Inmates walk free in Contra Costa County after Prop 47 passage (11/15/14)
  1217. Richmond High School students gather to clean up trash and measure campus use of tobacco and marijuana (11/15/14)
  1218. Obamacare open enrollment to speak in 17 Asian and Pacific Islander languages (11/14/14)
  1219. Homeowners’ associations ally to create new Hilltop District and push neighborhood facelift plan (11/14/14)
  1220. Richmond unites in prayer for 16-year-old lost to gunfire (11/14/14)
  1221. In first School Board meeting since election, clashes over spending (11/14/14)
  1222. Eduardo Martinez: Shy person turned into powerful city councilman (11/13/14)
  1223. In a hail of bullets, Rodney Allen Frazier, 16, was dead (11/12/14)
  1224. Inaugural Mexican-style rodeo draws hundreds to Richmond (11/12/14)
  1225. Celebrating the SS Red Oak Victory’s birthday on Veterans Day (11/11/14)
  1226. Gun violence spikes in Richmond, two homicides last week (11/11/14)
  1227. Richmond, young and old, comes together at one polling station (11/11/14)
  1228. GUEST OPINION: Lament for veterans (11/10/14)
  1229. Water utility proposes fee increases to fight historic drought (11/10/14)
  1230. At Kennedy High, awakening the next James Baldwin or Maya Angelou (11/09/14)
  1231. Has at-large voting outlived its usefulness in Richmond? (11/07/14)
  1232. View from the top: Mayor-elect Tom Butt talks Chevron and where he plans to take Richmond (11/07/14)
  1233. Richmond Bay Trail gets $335,000 upgrade (11/06/14)
  1234. Mayoral candidate’s headquarters deflates in defeat (11/06/14)
  1235. Scenes from an upset: At RPA headquarters, exhaustion and doubt turn to exhilaration (11/06/14)
  1236. Heavy spending pays off in school board race (11/05/14)
  1237. Richmond votes yes on sales tax measure; California votes yes on sentencing reforms (11/05/14)
  1238. Four shot in Richmond violence during Election Day (11/05/14)
  1239. Progressives capture City Hall and Council, fending off Chevron money (11/05/14)
  1240. Berkeley passes first in the nation soda tax (11/05/14)
  1241. Where can I vote? Take a look at Richmond’s polling stations (11/04/14)
  1242. Will Chevron’s $3 Million Bid for Richmond Succeed? (11/04/14)
  1243. GUEST OPINION: The Real Winners Must be Our Students (11/04/14)
  1244. Follow Richmond Confidential on Twitter for election updates (11/03/14)
  1245. Last minute turnout drive: Richmond election likely to be decided by few voters (11/03/14)
  1246. LIVE COVERAGE: Richmond Nov. 4 election (11/03/14)
  1247. Candidates benefit indirectly from Chevron campaign funds, deny link (11/02/14)
  1248. Police investigating marijuana find at Richmond officer’s home (11/02/14)
  1249. Uche Uwahemu: Fighting an uphill battle for Mayor of Richmond (11/01/14)
  1250. Richmond residents, leaders warn of danger from Bakken crude by rail shipments (11/01/14)
  1251. Lytton Casino paves its way towards DMC (11/01/14)
  1252. Halloween treats for Richmond families (10/31/14)
  1253. A day in the life of Hilltop Mall (10/31/14)
  1254. The ‘Master of Disaster’ shapes public opinion in Richmond and beyond (10/31/14)
  1255. Detective shoots man in Pacific East Mall parking lot (10/30/14)
  1256. Stealth Chevron consultants administer Richmond news website (10/30/14)
  1257. School board candidates: Where they stand (10/30/14)
  1258. Community members turn up the heat on UC Berkeley Chancellor over Richmond Bay Campus (10/30/14)
  1259. Pro-charter school PACs flood West Contra Costa school board elections with spending (10/30/14)
  1260. City Council candidates: Where they stand (10/30/14)
  1261. Richmond police stats show decline in homicides (Interactive Map) (10/29/14)
  1262. National Association of Realtors spends big money on the Richmond city election (10/28/14)
  1263. The Golden State Warriors unveil a renovated basketball court in Richmond (10/27/14)
  1264. The long game: Tutoring program helps Richmond players prepare for life after football (10/27/14)
  1265. Volunteers in Parchester Village build park, and community (10/27/14)
  1266. Chevron’s Moving Forward negative campaign hits the airwaves (10/27/14)
  1267. Why Chevron’s trying to buy Richmond’s elections (10/27/14)
  1268. Voters set to reduce numbers of criminals in California prisons (10/27/14)
  1269. The 2014 mayoral candidates: Where they stand (10/27/14)
  1270. As school board election nears, Richmond youth organize their own candidate forum (10/26/14)
  1271. If Bates or Butt wins, who will fill the empty council seat? (10/26/14)
  1272. Where Richmond homicides happen (10/25/14)
  1273. Richmond police commissioner may call for surveys of high school students on relations with police (10/24/14)
  1274. Ambassador Andrew Young draws hundreds to a Richmond community dinner (10/24/14)
  1275. Residents test Yellow Brick Road and proposed walkable streets within the Iron Triangle (10/24/14)
  1276. Majority of Richmond graduates don’t meet admission requirements for state’s public universities (10/24/14)
  1277. Richmond residents and activists rally against Chevron’s campaign committee Moving Forward (10/23/14)
  1278. Richmond floats plan to give DMC $15 million from Chevron project (10/23/14)
  1279. Richmond Council candidates speak to environmental and health issues at forum (10/23/14)
  1280. Little Leaders: Kennedy High teacher inspires cheer team to build trust, sisterhood (10/23/14)
  1281. Al Martinez, Chevron’s lesser known candidate for Richmond City Council (10/22/14)
  1282. Drug bust makes ‘huge dent in NorCal meth trafficking,’ – 500 lbs. meth seized (10/22/14)
  1283. Once full of shoppers, and hopes, Hilltop Mall faces an uncertain future (10/21/14)
  1284. As health care options narrow, RotaCare Clinic provides medical safety net to Richmond residents (10/21/14)
  1285. Speed Chess Tournament raised funds for Richmond school’s program (10/21/14)
  1286. Disappointing loss but colorful festivities mark homecoming game at Richmond High (10/21/14)
  1287. Picnic in the Point, a perfect afternoon for kids and parents (10/21/14)
  1288. State health exchange averts termination of most coverage plans (10/20/14)
  1289. Air quality board plans on cutting refinery emissions (10/20/14)
  1290. #myRichmond photo contest winner, Ellen Seskin, discusses the inspiration for her winning photo (10/20/14)
  1291. The best of Senator Bernie Sanders in Richmond (10/19/14)
  1292. Chevron’s campaign criticizes progressive mayor’s travel, but its favored candidate traveled much more (10/19/14)
  1293. Sun Kwon’s unsolved, early morning murder hasn’t yet gone cold (10/19/14)
  1294. Chevron funds classroom projects in annual Fuel Your School program (10/18/14)
  1295. Elm Avenue, a street for kids to play (10/18/14)
  1296. Senator Bernie Sanders rallies Richmond’s progressives (10/17/14)
  1297. Urban streetscape improvements to connect Civic Center to BART (10/16/14)
  1298. The horticultural haven of North Richmond (10/16/14)
  1299. Residents drop off e-waste at Hilltop Mall (10/16/14)
  1300. Little Leaders: Group provides after-school safe space for youth of color (10/15/14)
  1301. Celebrating second chances: Safe Return lends a hand to the formerly incarcerated (10/15/14)
  1302. Environmental group, Richmond storage company reach agreement to prevent toxins from entering bay (10/15/14)
  1303. To walk in their shoes: immigration attorney Veronica Granillo knows the trials of the undocumented (10/14/14)
  1304. In annual cross-town rivalry, Kennedy Eagles best Richmond High Oilers (10/14/14)
  1305. Medical marijuana collectives seek to expand in Richmond, face community opposition (10/14/14)
  1306. Voice of small business: Ali Amaro | Art Jewelry & Objects (10/13/14)
  1307. A North Richmond after school program provides a safe haven for elementary students to learn and grow (10/13/14)
  1308. As school board considers two new charter schools, inconsistent results sound note of caution (10/12/14)
  1309. Proposed tax hike draws support, criticism, but little community response (10/12/14)
  1310. Social impact bonds come to Richmond as an innovative weapon against housing blight (10/11/14)
  1311. Developer looks to build massive, affordable apartment complex off 23rd Street (10/11/14)
  1312. Solar power rises in Richmond, fuels job growth (10/11/14)
  1313. Bernie Sanders to visit Richmond, rally progressives (10/10/14)
  1314. RPD Chief Chris Magnus assists DOJ investigation in Ferguson, Missouri (10/10/14)
  1315. $3 million in Chevron’s Moving Forward war chest (10/10/14)
  1316. Communities gather to strategize on how to make Rumrill Boulevard safe for everyone (10/10/14)
  1317. Richmond City Council puts Chevron-DMC motion on hold while patients and hospital hold on (10/08/14)
  1318. As drought worsens, water agencies eye desalination to quench Bay Area’s thirst (10/08/14)
  1319. People’s Tribunal finds Chevron guilty of violating rights of nature (10/08/14)
  1320. At De Anza High School’s law academy, students get preparation for professional world (10/07/14)
  1321. 11th Annual North Richmond Shoreline Festival draws big crowd to diverse parkland (10/07/14)
  1322. School board candidates debate student nutrition, teacher training at PTA forum (10/07/14)
  1323. Sister cities, in name if not in deed, edge closer to a true financial kinship (10/07/14)
  1324. Richmond police one step closer to body cameras (10/06/14)
  1325. Pogo Park and Richmond police win national award for community partnership (10/06/14)
  1326. The Hacienda housing project was declared uninhabitable. Why are tenants still living there? (10/05/14)
  1327. Community gathers to prevent violence in wake of recent homicide (10/05/14)
  1328. Doctors Medical Center propped up by state funds, long-term still in doubt (10/05/14)
  1329. Local organizations raise awareness about resources for domestic violence victims (10/04/14)
  1330. Chevron’s Moving Forward spreads big money across political campaign committees (10/04/14)
  1331. Richmond youth question mayoral and council candidates in debate (10/04/14)
  1332. Imminent sale of longtime Richmond bank brings windfall to owners, but impact on jobs unknown (10/03/14)
  1333. New city-issued ID cards expected to benefit Richmonders – but at a price (10/03/14)
  1334. Nonprofit MedShare repurposes unused medical tools by donating to local clinics (10/03/14)
  1335. National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated at school board meeting (10/02/14)
  1336. Political battle is waged on the ground via campaign signage (10/02/14)
  1337. WCCUSD committee brings parents together to discuss progress, data, and sustaining goals (10/02/14)
  1338. Richmond Art Center provides a blank canvas for community creativity and learning (10/02/14)
  1339. Truancy epidemic in Richmond elementary schools (10/02/14)
  1340. See Ruger bite, Richmond’s canine cops in action (10/01/14)
  1341. A community tour of Chevron’s Richmond refinery full of eye-popping sights (09/30/14)
  1342. New UC Berkeley Richmond campus development put on hold due to funding decline (09/30/14)
  1343. LEAP celebrates 30 years of educating Richmond adults (09/30/14)
  1344. Famed civil rights attorney John Burris to sue city and officer on behalf of Perez family (09/30/14)
  1345. Robert Rodgers, driver and friend to Richmond’s elderly (09/30/14)
  1346. Unverified Bay Area residents at risk of losing Covered California insurance (09/29/14)
  1347. OPINION: Must we tolerate intolerance? (09/29/14)
  1348. The teens behind the Uche Uwahemu campaign (09/29/14)
  1349. A cop, and resident, of Richmond public housing (09/28/14)
  1350. Chevron CEO slams cap and trade, calls California ‘difficult state’ (09/27/14)
  1351. Shotspotter helps RPD respond to gunfire (09/27/14)
  1352. Richmond Schools start the new year with a new budget and the controversial Common Core standards (09/26/14)
  1353. After five weeks of substitutes, third graders at Lincoln Elementary finally have a permanent teacher (09/26/14)
  1354. Old Bay Bridge demolition proceeding on schedule, say officials (09/26/14)
  1355. Still rising: Rubicon Bakery’s amazing run (09/26/14)
  1356. Vandals strike Richmond Museum over weekend (09/25/14)
  1357. Bill would allow restrictions on gun owners at risk for violent behavior (09/25/14)
  1358. Mayoral and City Council candidates debate economic vitality at Hilltop Mall (09/25/14)
  1359. Richmond to spend $15,000 on information campaign for sales tax hike (09/24/14)
  1360. Berkeley to vote on soda tax, looks to Richmond’s Measure N defeat for lessons (09/24/14)
  1361. Richmond police identify double homicide victims (09/22/14)
  1362. “Innocent Until – Why Black and Brown Lives Matter” unites youth and art (09/22/14)
  1363. Richmond volunteers valiantly participate in Coastal Cleanup Day (09/22/14)
  1364. Richmond candidates clash on Hilltop Mall LED sign (09/21/14)
  1365. Mourners remember man killed during struggle with Richmond police (09/21/14)
  1366. RPD Ride-Along: Night on the Richmond beat (09/19/14)
  1367. Richmond police identify officer in deadly shooting (09/19/14)
  1368. State refinery safety bill hailed by legislators draws concern from a free speech group (09/19/14)
  1369. 23rd Street merchants welcome RPD’s “john-shaming” campaign (09/19/14)
  1370. 2014 Latin American Heritage Day & Music Festival (09/19/14)
  1371. Kennedy High School narrows the digital divide (09/19/14)
  1372. UC Regents vote in favor of sustainable investment over divestment (09/18/14)
  1373. Richmond Police car wrecked while nabbing murder suspect (09/18/14)
  1374. Friends and family paint a picture of Richard Perez as sometimes troublesome – but not dangerous (09/17/14)
  1375. Richmond City Council and residents tackle hate speech (09/17/14)
  1376. Richmond City Council supports federal government help for child refugees (09/17/14)
  1377. Witness provides new details in deadly Richmond police shooting (09/16/14)
  1378. Richmond’s La Perla restaurant undergoes makeover (09/16/14)
  1379. Candlelight vigil held in memory of Richard “Pedie” Perez III in Richmond (09/15/14)
  1380. Probationary firefighter gives look inside Richmond Fire Department (09/15/14)
  1381. Richmond police officer fatally shoots man during struggle (09/14/14)
  1382. Point Molate Beach, a hidden Richmond gem (09/13/14)
  1383. San Pablo man in critical condition after shooting in Richmond (09/12/14)
  1384. Lawsuit seeking to stop rail shipments of Bakken crude oil dismissed (09/11/14)
  1385. Barks, bubbles, and baths in Richmond (09/11/14)
  1386. Macabre mystery unearthed at Richmond’s Point Molate beach (09/10/14)
  1387. A working family: the NIAD Art Center in Richmond (09/09/14)
  1388. Richmond Confidential hits pause button for summer (06/30/14)
  1389. Early candidates for Richmond’s mayoral race outline platforms (06/06/14)
  1390. Mayoral profile: Mike Parker (06/03/14)
  1391. Mayoral profile: Uche Uwahemu (06/02/14)
  1392. Mayoral profile: Nat Bates (06/02/14)
  1393. Mayoral profile: Charles Ramsey (06/02/14)
  1394. Jonny Perez fights for freedom (05/15/14)
  1395. JoAnn Ford advocates for health in Iron Triangle (05/15/14)
  1396. Opinion: On Mother’s Day, moms strive for that elusive work-life balance (05/10/14)
  1397. Residents urge Berkeley lab to consider impacts of Richmond campus (05/09/14)
  1398. Po’Boys Kitchen (04/29/14)
  1399. Richmond kids work towards Youth Council (04/22/14)
  1400. Daytime shooting injures two in Target parking lot (04/16/14)
  1401. Minimum wage increase stalls (04/16/14)
  1402. Helping ex-cons restart their lives (04/15/14)
  1403. Doctors Medical Center fights closure (04/08/14)
  1404. Woman killed near S. 4th Street and Florida Avenue (03/21/14)
  1405. Chevron plant upgrade promises more jobs and more greenhouse gases (03/21/14)
  1406. Skateboarding event teaches kids about physics at Nicholl Park (03/20/14)
  1407. Richmond City Council approves minimum wage hike (03/19/14)
  1408. City Council moves to evacuate Hacienda (03/15/14)
  1409. Schoolteacher charged with sex crimes against children pleads not guilty (03/12/14)
  1410. Council moves to hire independent investigator to audit Housing Authority (03/05/14)
  1411. OPINION: Richmond’s investment in youth is path to end gun violence (02/27/14)
  1412. Dalai Lama blesses Richmond’s Tibetan Center (02/24/14)
  1413. Tibetan community center in Richmond prepares to receive His Holiness the Dalai Lama (02/20/14)
  1414. City Council addresses media reports of neglect and mismanagement by Richmond Housing Authority (02/19/14)
  1415. Richmond mosque remains closed, leaders hope to reopen soon (02/17/14)
  1416. Expulsions and out-of-school suspensions down for West Contra Costa Unified School district (02/11/14)
  1417. What the drought means for the East Bay (02/03/14)
  1418. Reentry Center to help ex-prisoners in West County (01/31/14)
  1419. Summit middle school approved, education fair this weekend (01/31/14)
  1420. One year after opening, Point Richmond art film theater struggles to find crowds (01/20/14)
  1421. Community events honor Martin Luther King’s legacy (01/18/14)
  1422. For Richmond hosts community reception (01/17/14)
  1423. Fifth grade class combats child slavery (01/17/14)
  1424. Chemical Safety Board moves to postpone vote on refinery recommendations (01/16/14)
  1425. Richmond takes step toward upping minimum wage (01/15/14)
  1426. Richmond to consider minimum wage hike (01/14/14)
  1427. Richmond councilmember attends Obama’s White House Christmas celebration (01/09/14)
  1428. Richmond city council urges Kaiser to rescue fiscally troubled Doctors Medical Center (01/08/14)
  1429. Sheriff’s Office searching for missing El Sobrante woman (01/07/14)
  1430. Cuts to subsidized childcare leave many Richmond families in the lurch (01/02/14)
  1431. Richmond’s plastic bag ban goes into effect Wednesday (12/31/13)
  1432. Richmond 2013: A year for the history books (12/28/13)
  1433. Fewer Richmond homicides solved in 2013 than in previous years (12/27/13)
  1434. Godfather of comedy performing in Berkeley (12/26/13)
  1435. Young woman hit by stray bullet receives outpouring of community support (12/23/13)
  1436. Residents scruitnize Councilmembers’ foreign trips (12/23/13)
  1437. Richmond mayor remembers 2013 homicide victims (12/21/13)
  1438. Richmond nonprofit needs Christmas miracle (12/20/13)
  1439. Kennedy Girls Rout McClymonds, 84-53 (12/20/13)
  1440. Black art exhibit returns to Richmond to showcase Bay Area artists (12/20/13)
  1441. Black smoke from Chevron Refinery not a risk, officials say (12/19/13)
  1442. Art event to showcase teen photography, give insight into growing up in Richmond (12/19/13)
  1443. Richmond’s controversial housing plan takes step forward (12/18/13)
  1444. Chemical Safety Board recommends industry-wide changes in Chevron fire report (12/16/13)
  1445. Richmond recibe millonario programa de apoyo visitando-hogares de nuevos padres (12/15/13)
  1446. Iniciativa comunitaria de Chevron provoca debate en junta del concejo (12/15/13)
  1447. Oficiales de Richmond mezclan negocio y placer en China (12/15/13)
  1448. Refinery towns draw lessons from Chevron project (12/13/13)
  1449. City’s rule to accommodate developers questioned (12/12/13)
  1450. Healthy Richmond, creating a culture of coverage (12/11/13)
  1451. Richmond police continue to search for runaway girls (12/11/13)
  1452. Foreclosure prevention program inspires Bay Area activists (12/11/13)
  1453. Richmond police officer with strong ties to community retires after injury (12/10/13)
  1454. Richmond artist turns trashcans into art pieces, teaches youth (12/09/13)
  1455. Freedom Fighters hope to help Richmond youth (12/08/13)
  1456. Dispensario de marihuana medica permitido para reubicarse (12/08/13)
  1457. Popular guardabosques atrae multitudes al parque nacional de Richmond (12/08/13)
  1458. Residente y familia de Richmond luchan con la amenaza de deportación (12/08/13)
  1459. San Quentin conmemora Día de los Veteranos (12/07/13)
  1460. Series Cinematográficas de la Justicia de Comida promueven discusiones sobre Temas de la seguridad de comida en Richmond (12/07/13)
  1461. Empezando desde cero: cocineras forman empresa cooperativa (12/07/13)
  1462. City Council grants exclusive negotiation rights to developer (12/04/13)
  1463. City council tightens laws on e-cigarettes (12/04/13)
  1464. The battle for bikes in Richmond (12/03/13)
  1465. City considers parking restrictions near Richmond BART station (12/03/13)
  1466. Uso de carros de la ciudad cayó bajo críticas, oficiales buscan terminar programa (12/02/13)
  1467. Programa de Richmond para prevenir propagación de embargos (12/02/13)
  1468. Recortes en estampillas de comida causa incremento en la demanda para bancos de comida en Richmond (12/02/13)
  1469. Mural presentando la diversidad de Richmond fue celebrado (12/02/13)
  1470. Centro ofrece grupo de apoyo para hombres con VIH/SIDA (12/02/13)
  1471. Richmond recuerda a los muertos (12/02/13)
  1472. Richmond officials mix business and pleasure in China (12/01/13)
  1473. Richmond welcomes million-dollar home visiting support program for new parents (11/28/13)
  1474. A Rich Con Thanksgiving 2013 (11/27/13)
  1475. Chevron’s community initiative sparks debate at council meeting (11/27/13)
  1476. NBA star Drew Gooden brings Thanksgiving dinner to Richmond families (11/26/13)
  1477. Richmond restaurant and churches provide free Thanksgiving meals (11/25/13)
  1478. Three juveniles apprehended in Grant Elementary School break-in (11/25/13)
  1479. Richmond asks for community input on climate action plan (11/25/13)
  1480. Family of homicide victim still waits for answers (11/25/13)
  1481. Trust Act builds trust between law enforcement and immigrant community (11/24/13)
  1482. County board votes to approve new Summit charter school (11/24/13)
  1483. The unforeseen costs of having your car stolen (11/24/13)
  1484. Muay Thai boxing in Richmond (11/24/13)
  1485. Marina Bay businesses reporting losses due to Moody Underpass road closure (11/23/13)
  1486. Contra Costa Comets Seek Payback vs. Harnell in Postseason Bowl Game (11/23/13)
  1487. Councilman Booze refrains from dismissing contentious property fines (11/22/13)
  1488. Experts weigh in on Google’s delayed removal of dead teen’s image (11/22/13)
  1489. Music is back at Kennedy High School (11/22/13)
  1490. Body found in car in Point Richmond harbor (11/21/13)
  1491. Richmond resident and family struggle with threat of deportation (11/20/13)
  1492. Hilltop Church of Christ celebrates Thanksgiving early with free meal (11/20/13)
  1493. Medical marijuana dispensary allowed to relocate (11/20/13)
  1494. Bay Area greenhouse gas reduction plan could reduce emissions at Chevron (11/19/13)
  1495. Popular ranger draws crowds to Richmond national park (11/19/13)
  1496. Five Richmond high Oilers earn postseason football honors (11/18/13)
  1497. Foreclosure prevention program may not assist those most in need (11/18/13)
  1498. Orchestra of 100 guitarists prepares for Craneway concert (11/17/13)
  1499. Help A Brother Go To College Day event comes to Richmond (11/16/13)
  1500. State officials confirm radioactive material present at Richmond southeast shore site (11/15/13)
  1501. San Quentin commemorates Veterans Day (11/14/13)
  1502. Company removing hazardous waste at state’s insistence (11/14/13)
  1503. Starting from scratch: cooks form cooperative business (11/13/13)
  1504. Shields-Reid neighborhood council helps unite North Richmond (11/13/13)
  1505. Richmond celebrates Veterans Day (11/12/13)
  1506. Policía de Richmond prueba el Uso de cámaras corporales (11/11/13)
  1507. Actual realineamiento de prisión en el Condado de Contra Costa (11/11/13)
  1508. Escaners de matrículas de circulación ayudan a recuperar carros robados, levanta controversia (11/11/13)
  1509. For second year in a row, Kennedy falls to Hercules In league championship (11/11/13)
  1510. On 60th anniversary, county recognizes veterans of the Korean War (11/11/13)
  1511. Program helps homeless veterans find shelter (11/11/13)
  1512. Food Justice Film Series promotes discussion on addressing food security in Richmond (11/10/13)
  1513. Kennedy Eagles eye league championship, reflect on slain teammate (11/08/13)
  1514. Richmond parents talk education (11/08/13)
  1515. Food stamp cuts cause increased demand to Richmond food banks (11/08/13)
  1516. Citywide free Internet unlikely soon, but planners hopeful (11/07/13)
  1517. City council paves the way for GMO labeling ordinance (11/06/13)
  1518. Richmond’s program to prevent foreclosures spreads (11/06/13)
  1519. City car use comes under fire, officials look to end program (11/06/13)
  1520. Mural featuring Richmond diversity celebrated (11/05/13)
  1521. Richmond remembers the dead (11/05/13)
  1522. Mercado agrícola ambulante hace paradas en Richmond (11/04/13)
  1523. Organización de la comunidad recibe financiamiento para programa de asesoría para prisioneros (11/04/13)
  1524. Proyecto de modernización multi-millonario de Chevron avanza (11/04/13)
  1525. Butt shows off Richmond’s architectural riches (11/01/13)
  1526. Second annual City Halloween is a spooky good time (10/31/13)
  1527. Riggers loft renovation nears completion (10/30/13)
  1528. Center offers support group for men with HIV/AIDS (10/29/13)
  1529. License plate readers help recover stolen cars, stir controversy (10/28/13)
  1530. Chaplains aid officers and victims in time of need (10/27/13)
  1531. Investors pounce on Richmond real estate market (10/26/13)
  1532. Richmond Police testing use of body cameras (10/25/13)
  1533. Program brings mindfulness and arts therapy to Richmond youth (10/24/13)
  1534. Shucking oysters and making waves (10/23/13)
  1535. Linked Learning enhances curriculum at Richmond High (10/22/13)
  1536. Blowing the whistle on whistleblower protections (10/22/13)
  1537. AC Transit meeting in Richmond lays out fare proposal (10/22/13)
  1538. Prison realignment update in Contra Costa County (10/21/13)
  1539. Point Molate Beach Park reopens to fanfare (10/21/13)
  1540. Southeast Asian community holds remembrance vigil (10/20/13)
  1541. Trees planted at Richmond park during Arbor Day celebration (10/19/13)
  1542. Richmond High Oilers drop homecoming game against Hercules Titans, Lose 46-0 (10/19/13)
  1543. Former gang member finds redemption on the field (10/19/13)
  1544. Richmond prepares for evening commute during BART strike (10/18/13)
  1545. Latest BART strike reignites tensions between commuters and workers (10/18/13)
  1546. AC Transit adjusts service for commuters (10/18/13)
  1547. Tell us how the BART strike is affecting you (10/18/13)
  1548. Scenes from the BART strike (10/18/13)
  1549. Sheriff pursues state funding to expand cells and services at West County jail (10/18/13)
  1550. BART negotiations disintegrate into strike threat (10/17/13)
  1551. Richmond High’s Benjamin Gannon trades in the megaphone for shoulder pads (10/17/13)
  1552. Richmond High’s Sean Trimmer earning his merit badge on the gridiron (10/17/13)
  1553. Proyecto de ley para estampillas de comida tendrá cortes profundos en Richmond (10/16/13)
  1554. Un nuevo taller escolar creativo ayuda jóvenes de Richmond a expresar el dolor (10/16/13)
  1555. Mayor, activists protest Chevron’s lawsuit against Ecuadorians (10/16/13)
  1556. Governor Brown intervenes, no AC Transit strike Thursday (10/16/13)
  1557. Council takes on alcohol billboards, solar costs and free Internet (10/16/13)
  1558. Richmond City Council to reaffirm protection for whistleblowers (10/15/13)
  1559. 7th annual Home Front festival celebrates Richmond’s cultural history (10/15/13)
  1560. AC Transit gives 72-Hour notice for strike as BART strike looms (10/14/13)
  1561. Driver found dead of multiple gunshot wounds (10/14/13)
  1562. Alternative routes for your commute (10/13/13)
  1563. Federal programs covered for at least a month (10/13/13)
  1564. Richmond students offered SAT for free (10/13/13)
  1565. Chevron’s Fuel Your School generates supplies in exchange for gas purchases (10/11/13)
  1566. Social Security building evacuates due to suspicious package (10/11/13)
  1567. Chevron’s billion dollar modernization project moves forward (10/11/13)
  1568. BART officials, union leaders to negotiate through weekend (10/10/13)
  1569. Two daytime shootings take place in 28-hour period (10/10/13)
  1570. UC Berkeley Chancellor visits Richmond High (10/10/13)
  1571. Protestors demonstrate at Wells Fargo bank (10/09/13)
  1572. Zombie foreclosures: Richmond’s hidden housing crisis (10/09/13)
  1573. Business owners ponder the Affordable Care Act (10/09/13)
  1574. Source of gas smell still unknown (10/08/13)
  1575. Hilltop tournament to raise funds for chess in schools (10/08/13)
  1576. Chevron opens its gates to a curious crowd (10/08/13)
  1577. Stabbing victim dies (10/08/13)
  1578. Proposed charter school sparks heated debate (10/07/13)
  1579. 10th Annual North Richmond Shoreline Festival (10/07/13)
  1580. Mobile farmer’s market makes stops in Richmond (10/07/13)
  1581. Community organization receives funding for prisoner mentorship program (10/05/13)
  1582. A library on wheels (10/05/13)
  1583. Fall exhibit opens at the Richmond Art Center (10/04/13)
  1584. Early education center strives to attract more families (10/04/13)
  1585. Richmond businesses are encouraged to go green (10/04/13)
  1586. Health experts find minimal long-term effects from refinery fire (10/04/13)
  1587. Can Richmond police stop crimes before they occur? (10/03/13)
  1588. Three arrested in connection with May homicide (10/03/13)
  1589. Richmond honored at California Preservation Awards (10/03/13)
  1590. Richmond students caught in the middle of two tests (10/03/13)
  1591. Greenhouse gas mitigation discussion stalled (10/02/13)
  1592. Federal cuts slow Berkeley Laboratory’s proposed Richmond biosciences campus (10/02/13)
  1593. Chevron announces unprecedented community investment (10/02/13)
  1594. North Richmond church grapples with recent killings (10/02/13)
  1595. Police presence at Richmond city council meetings returns to normal (10/01/13)
  1596. Navigating the Affordable Care Act (10/01/13)
  1597. Costos del agua seguirán aumentando (10/01/13)
  1598. Equipo para asistir deshabilitados mentales en Richmond (10/01/13)
  1599. How the federal shutdown will impact Richmond (10/01/13)
  1600. Reclusos de San Quentin y la ciudad trabajan juntos para combatir la violencia (10/01/13)
  1601. Richmond High fields all-girl tennis team (09/30/13)
  1602. West Contra Costa County Council of Industries holds shoreline tour (09/29/13)
  1603. De Anza High receives threatening letters (09/28/13)
  1604. Reduce, recycle, reuse and rot in El Cerrito and Richmond schools (09/27/13)
  1605. Chevron installs new air monitor in North Richmond (09/27/13)
  1606. Richmond High football attracts talent from unlikely places (09/27/13)
  1607. Op-ed: Contra Costa County Sheriff Livingston on relationship with North Richmond (09/27/13)
  1608. Richmond’s belly dance class combines fitness and culture (09/26/13)
  1609. A new creative workshop helps Richmond youth express grief (09/26/13)
  1610. City Council considers Richmond sewage treatment options (09/26/13)
  1611. Affordable housing proposed for vacant lots in North Richmond (09/26/13)
  1612. “Street Literature” music video takes a stand on discrimination (09/25/13)
  1613. Richmond businesses respond to “ban the box” ordinance (09/25/13)
  1614. Food stamp bill would cut deep in Richmond (09/25/13)
  1615. Eminent domain firm defends against Wall Street charges (09/25/13)
  1616. Richmond uses surveillance cameras to tackle illegal dumping (09/24/13)
  1617. Cash buyers rule Richmond real estate market (09/24/13)
  1618. Despite rain, hundreds cleanup Richmond’s shoreline (09/23/13)
  1619. Richmond Bay Campus faces delays (09/22/13)
  1620. Volunteers transform playground for Richmond students (09/22/13)
  1621. Team to assist mentally disabled in Richmond (09/21/13)
  1622. Ized Stewart, “Bag Man,” dies at sixty-four (09/21/13)
  1623. Water costs will continue to rise (09/19/13)
  1624. City, county settle Chevron tax disputes (09/19/13)
  1625. Richmond nonprofit donation drive begins (09/18/13)
  1626. Council members tackle alcohol sales and advertising (09/18/13)
  1627. San Quentin inmates and the city work together to fight violence (09/18/13)
  1628. State of the streets (09/16/13)
  1629. Lawsuit against Richmond’s eminent domain plan dismissed (09/16/13)
  1630. WCCUSD meets to discuss test scores (09/15/13)
  1631. County supervisors adopt suicide prevention plan (09/15/13)
  1632. Brooks Island kayak adventure launches from Richmond Harbor (09/14/13)
  1633. Asthma education program, clinic to begin Monday (09/14/13)
  1634. Contra Costa County receives federal grant (09/13/13)
  1635. WCCUSD shares new strategic plan (09/13/13)
  1636. Richmond seeks to regulate cash-for-gold businesses (09/12/13)
  1637. Details emerge about mortgages chosen for Richmond’s eminent domain scheme (09/12/13)
  1638. Panel discusses complex Chevron-Richmond relationship (09/12/13)
  1639. Salesian High School brings iPads to the classroom (09/12/13)
  1640. North Richmond not receiving the benefits of Ceasefire (09/12/13)
  1641. Motion to kill Richmond’s eminent domain plan fails (09/11/13)
  1642. Richmond Tunnel to open after major repairs (09/11/13)
  1643. Video by San Quentin prisoners shown in Richmond (09/10/13)
  1644. Nonprofit installs solar panels on inner-city homes in Richmond (09/10/13)
  1645. Realtors and residents debate Richmond’s eminent domain plan (09/10/13)
  1646. California Realtors Associations campaign against eminent domain plan (09/09/13)
  1647. Labor Day homicide victim identified (09/05/13)
  1648. Carjacking and robbery suspect arrested Monday morning (09/03/13)
  1649. Moody Memorial Underpass construction begins Sept. 3 (08/29/13)
  1650. Filmmakers to debut Richmond crime documentary (08/22/13)
  1651. West Contra Costa School District students head back to class (08/21/13)
  1652. Little Caesars Love Kitchen feeds families in need (08/20/13)
  1653. Richmond Police Activities League hands out free backpacks (08/18/13)
  1654. Richmond native stars in upcoming web series “Red Sleep” (08/15/13)
  1655. Breaking the fast at Masjid Al Rahman mosque (08/07/13)
  1656. LIVE COVERAGE: One-Year Anniversary of Chevron Fire (08/06/13)
  1657. Thousands march to Chevron days before fire anniversary (08/03/13)
  1658. Richmond residents struggle to understand Obamacare (08/02/13)
  1659. City Council rejects move of marijuana dispensary (08/01/13)
  1660. A day in the life of a Richmond police officer (07/25/13)
  1661. LIVE COVERAGE: Richmond High gang rape verdict (07/18/13)
  1662. Family mourns loss of parents, brother in fire (07/09/13)
  1663. Residents: Chevron needs to compensate Richmond (07/03/13)
  1664. BART strike frustrates commuters (07/02/13)
  1665. BART’s closed, how are you getting home? (07/02/13)
  1666. Gay marriage advocates celebrate Prop 8. and DOMA decisions (06/26/13)
  1667. BART riders brace for possible strike (06/25/13)
  1668. Haunting chronology of events detailed in homecoming gang-rape case (06/24/13)
  1669. Richmond High gang rape victim testifies (06/19/13)
  1670. Three Richmond teens charged with first-degree murder in Lincoln Plair investigation (06/06/13)
  1671. Richmond Grinders prepare for meet in Berkeley (05/31/13)
  1672. Memorial Day weekend at the beach (05/28/13)
  1673. Richmond mulls legal action against Chevron Corp. over refinery fire (05/24/13)
  1674. Full UC college scholarship awarded to Kennedy High student (05/22/13)
  1675. Chevron and Oakland A’s promote science education at Stege Elementary School (05/22/13)
  1676. National Parks Service highlights push for universal childcare after WWII (05/18/13)
  1677. Woman shot in home; police confirm May 10 homicide victim (05/17/13)
  1678. Richmond basketball star goes global, aims for Big East success (05/16/13)
  1679. Inside the Point Molate Naval Fuel Depot (05/15/13)
  1680. Kennedy High School powerlifting enthusiast claims world records (05/14/13)
  1681. Ride of Silence honors cyclists injured or killed on the road (05/14/13)
  1682. For those in detention centers, calling home can be an expensive problem (05/13/13)
  1683. Oilers go out swinging, end season with summer plans (05/10/13)
  1684. Contra Costa County Supervisor John Gioia to join the California Air Resources Board (05/09/13)
  1685. Infighting a challenge for City Council (05/09/13)
  1686. Baseball on a hot afternoon in North Richmond (05/08/13)
  1687. Cinco de Mayo draws large crowd, celebrates Richmond’s unique Mexican culture (05/07/13)
  1688. Eagles lose season finale, look towards future (05/07/13)
  1689. Daly City man killed in Saturday morning shooting (05/07/13)
  1690. Grand opening celebrates four businesses in Point Richmond (05/06/13)
  1691. Tap water campaign to promote health and sustainability in Richmond (05/06/13)
  1692. Play shows history of Iron Triangle (05/03/13)
  1693. Hercules takes care of business, defeats Kennedy 11-1 (05/02/13)
  1694. Appetite a must for Point Richmond’s Brazilian restaurant (05/02/13)
  1695. Chevron checks in with six non-profits that received $1 million in grants (05/01/13)
  1696. Richmond man killed in Sunday shooting (04/30/13)
  1697. D’Neise Robinson (04/30/13)
  1698. Birds on the Bay Bridge (04/30/13)
  1699. De Anza splits season series, defeat Kennedy 12-4 (04/29/13)
  1700. Restoration Hardware moves for bigger horizons (04/29/13)
  1701. Photo stroll down 23rd Street (04/29/13)
  1702. Oilers take season series, defeat Eagles 7-6 (04/26/13)
  1703. Richmond school is gifted thousands of free books (04/25/13)
  1704. At heated meeting, council discusses gun control, mural approval (04/24/13)
  1705. On top of the world (04/24/13)
  1706. Richmond Tales Fest turns page on literacy and healthy living (04/23/13)
  1707. Two people injured over the weekend as spate of shootings continues (04/23/13)
  1708. Feds approve results of Chevron fire investigation (04/22/13)
  1709. Eagles improve times at UC Davis invitational (04/22/13)
  1710. Swett defeat Oilers, move into first-place tie (04/19/13)
  1711. BART police release sketch of man wanted in connection with March Richmond shooting (04/19/13)
  1712. Teenage brother, sister dead after shooting spree (04/19/13)
  1713. Movie theater opens in Point Richmond (04/18/13)
  1714. City Council votes to disburse Community Development Block Grant money (04/17/13)
  1715. The Reluctant Psychic (04/16/13)
  1716. Military vets have new resource center, place to call home (04/16/13)
  1717. Environmental group offers “toxic tour” of city (04/16/13)
  1718. School district asks for input from community to plan for the next five years (04/15/13)
  1719. Women veterans find peace in Alameda community group (04/15/13)
  1720. Richmond hosts annual summit for children and youth (04/12/13)
  1721. Chevron reports cause of August 6 refinery fire (04/12/13)
  1722. Richmond mourns another, while gang tensions remain hot (04/12/13)
  1723. History museum revives Richmond’s semi-pro baseball pride (04/12/13)
  1724. Lady Eagles dance around De Anza, climb above .500 (04/11/13)
  1725. Homicide victim identified as Richmond resident (04/10/13)
  1726. Kennedy High sprinters bring home LA gold (04/10/13)
  1727. After 14-year study, Kaiser finds chickenpox vaccine highly effective (04/09/13)
  1728. Shootings on 28th street kill one, injure two (04/09/13)
  1729. The Powerlifter (04/09/13)
  1730. Chevron fire investigators: Overhaul needed to prevent future incidents (04/08/13)
  1731. PG&E could market against MCE power in the future (04/05/13)
  1732. St. Patrick/St. Vincent no-hits Kennedy (04/04/13)
  1733. Kennedy High track team sprints to Los Angeles, competes in two invitationals (04/04/13)
  1734. City Council postpones item asking for firing of Assistant City Manager (04/03/13)
  1735. At Contra Costa DREAM Conference, young people come out about undocumented status (04/03/13)
  1736. Fiesta Latina Market stocks shelves with Central American flavors and memories (04/02/13)
  1737. Whole Foods Market warehouse opening and hiring (04/02/13)
  1738. Rugby makes an after school try at Washington Elementary School (04/01/13)
  1739. Can bikes and people peacefully co-exist on BART? (04/01/13)
  1740. Kennedy baseball falls to Hercules (03/29/13)
  1741. Homicides are down, but closing cold cases remains a struggle in Richmond (03/28/13)
  1742. Aquanuts syncronized swim team visits the Richmond Plunge (03/27/13)
  1743. Winless no more, Oilers slide into home and defeat Eagles 6-5 (03/26/13)
  1744. Doctor’s Medical Center celebrates cancer survivors (03/26/13)
  1745. India, Chevron and monitoring pollution after toxic disasters (03/25/13)
  1746. A neighborhood eyesore gets demolished in Richmond (03/25/13)
  1747. Richmond youth host second open mic night (03/22/13)
  1748. Salesian High basketball star prepares for future at Cal and All American basketball game (03/21/13)
  1749. At council meeting, protesters call for tougher treatment of assistant city manager (03/20/13)
  1750. ‘Green’ electricity program coming to Richmond (03/20/13)
  1751. Homicide Victim Identified (03/19/13)
  1752. Kennedy High art teacher finalist for The Ed Fund (03/19/13)
  1753. Portrait of an empty house (03/19/13)
  1754. Volunteers work to restore historic war ship built in Richmond (03/18/13)
  1755. Lady Oilers look for pitching coach, lose to Salesian 21-0 (03/15/13)
  1756. Man shot dead at Richmond BART station in 3rd homicide of the year (03/15/13)
  1757. Investigation finds that Assistant City Manager violated city policies (03/13/13)
  1758. Contra Costa board votes to refuse state call center, citing disagreement with local union (03/13/13)
  1759. Kennedy High teacher recognized as one of Bay Area’s best (03/13/13)
  1760. Lady Eagles lose to Sacred Heart, prepare for next season (03/12/13)
  1761. Candlelight vigil for Lincoln Plair honors a giving spirit (03/12/13)
  1762. Lavender Seniors group provides community, education for LGBT elders (03/11/13)
  1763. Chevron asks for new tax appeal judges (03/11/13)
  1764. Planet Fitness comes to Richmond (03/08/13)
  1765. Still on the bus, Lady Eagles defeat Branham High 69-54 (03/07/13)
  1766. Residents provide input on revitalization of section of Cutting Boulevard (03/07/13)
  1767. Council hears plan on Point Molate rehab, ups ante in race for call center (03/06/13)
  1768. On the Richmond shore, 75 new citizens embrace U.S. cultures and laws (03/06/13)
  1769. As California considers soda tax, Richmond refocuses debate on health (03/06/13)
  1770. Richmond and Concord vie for state-run call center (03/05/13)
  1771. Central Coast meet North Coast, Lady Eagles step on uncharted ground (03/05/13)
  1772. Budding football stars train early, first snap five months away (03/05/13)
  1773. Man shot dead on 6th Street (03/04/13)
  1774. Refinery safety collaborative holds first Richmond forum (03/01/13)
  1775. Richmond-based company awarded with $5.6 million contract for Bay Bridge opening (03/01/13)
  1776. Contra Costa leads the Bay Area for Secure Community deportations (03/01/13)
  1777. Man charged with attempting to murder a police officer (02/28/13)
  1778. Lady Eagles down but not out, lose to O’Dowd by 64 (02/28/13)
  1779. Richmond leaders and educators gather to discuss future of education in the school district (02/28/13)
  1780. Council hears plans from Marin Clean Energy, foreclosure solutions firm; runs short on time (02/27/13)
  1781. Speed, power and hops no problem for Kennedy High’s track and field team (02/27/13)
  1782. Lady Eagles bounce Hercules High from North Coast Section playoffs, face Oakland powerhouse Bishop O’Dowd on Wednesday (02/26/13)
  1783. New bills take aim at Chevron (02/26/13)
  1784. Weekly chess nights encourage play for all ages (02/26/13)
  1785. Lady Eagles softball team comes out swinging, lose season opener to El Cerrito (02/25/13)
  1786. Churches and Cal State officials team up to increase African American enrollment (02/25/13)
  1787. For the Davis Chapel, a long search for a new home after 2003 fire (02/25/13)
  1788. From Eagle to Golden Bear, Kennedy High football star commits to Cal (02/22/13)
  1789. A new spotlight of conservation on the Bay (02/22/13)
  1790. Police confirm three officers fired weapons in Feb. 11 shooting (02/22/13)
  1791. Spawning a swimming culture in Richmond (02/21/13)
  1792. Richmond finances improve, city council pushes for call center (02/20/13)
  1793. Lady Eagles defeat Analy High, advance in North Coast Section tourney (02/20/13)
  1794. Labor and environmental groups join forces on refinery issues (02/20/13)
  1795. Kennedy High pep rally big deal for both basketball and football programs (02/19/13)
  1796. Homes in need: A look at foster care in the East Bay (02/19/13)
  1797. Getting to four votes: The political math behind the appointment of Jael Myrick (02/19/13)
  1798. Giving North Richmond’s kids a safer place to play (02/18/13)
  1799. Kennedy Eagles start baseball season, throw first pitch at Bethel High (02/18/13)
  1800. 4th Annual Chocolate and Beer Festival (02/18/13)
  1801. For Oilers, and Richmond, a night of pride in defeat (02/18/13)
  1802. California Dream Act’s second bill aids undocumented students in funding college education (02/15/13)
  1803. Lady Eagles fight back, lose semi-final game against Salesain (02/15/13)
  1804. On Valentine’s Day, health professionals at Doctors give advice on heart care (02/15/13)
  1805. Officials: Chevron failed to replace corroded pipe that caused Aug. fire (02/14/13)
  1806. Contra Costa Health Services seeks community input on nutrition, physical activity (02/14/13)
  1807. Lady Eagles win first tournament game in more than 10 years (02/13/13)
  1808. Richmond boys’ soccer takes on Dougherty Valley in first round of NCS playoffs (02/13/13)
  1809. Kettlebell Sport Classic draws competitors from around the globe (02/12/13)
  1810. Codex International Book Fair attracts Bay Area bibliophiles (02/12/13)
  1811. Armed man critically injured in officer-involved shooting (02/11/13)
  1812. County Board of Supervisors approves $4 million to invest in jail alternatives (02/11/13)
  1813. 6th Annual Black History Celebration wows crowd with food, dance and history (02/10/13)
  1814. Richmond storage unit becomes unlikely haven for artists (02/08/13)
  1815. Winless and in the playoffs, a look back at the Richmond Oilers girls’ soccer season (02/07/13)
  1816. Young poets to stage Richmond-set ‘Romeo and Juliet’ (02/06/13)
  1817. Jael Myrick takes his seat, becomes a part of City Council antics (02/06/13)
  1818. Jael Myrick appointed to City Council (02/05/13)
  1819. Richmond sees its first homicide in two months (02/05/13)
  1820. Richmond firefighters take the edge off hazardous materials (02/04/13)
  1821. Richmond students prepare for countywide Poetry Out Loud contest (02/04/13)
  1822. Richmond girls’ soccer concludes 2012-13 season (02/02/13)
  1823. Awards ceremony honors innovative East Bay health, tech and design companies (02/01/13)
  1824. Earnings report caps off week of mixed news for Chevron (02/01/13)
  1825. Applicants for open Richmond City Council seat will speak Monday (02/01/13)
  1826. Hercules stuns Richmond in overtime (01/31/13)
  1827. Council names Booze vice mayor (01/30/13)
  1828. Richmond Oilers defeat Berkeley High 3-2 in meeting of top soccer teams (01/29/13)
  1829. Police seek to bridge gap between foster youth and officers (01/28/13)
  1830. Shorthanded, Lady Eagles celebrate last-second victory and league title (01/28/13)
  1831. Cuisine from award-winning restaurant owners coming to Richmond in February (01/28/13)
  1832. Five Richmond police officers promoted (01/25/13)
  1833. Richmond High girls fall 3-1, but look forward to playoffs next week (01/25/13)
  1834. It’s official: Richmond City Council seeks new member (01/25/13)
  1835. Richmond Art Center features artists abroad and close to home (01/24/13)
  1836. Oilers fire all cylinders, race past De Anza 68-40 (01/24/13)
  1837. How many East Bay parks can you hike? It’s time for the 2013 Trail Challenge (01/24/13)
  1838. Housing plan sparks arguments on rent control, just cause evictions (01/23/13)
  1839. A Richmond volunteer works to help Hurricane Sandy victims recover their homes (01/23/13)
  1840. Richmond boys look to build off of Saturday’s loss to De La Salle (01/22/13)
  1841. Financially struggling Richmond hospital seeks partnership (01/22/13)
  1842. Richmond residents dig into Greenway and MLK celebration (01/22/13)
  1843. Special meeting to discuss vacant City Council seat this Thursday (01/22/13)
  1844. Oilers play tall, defeat speedy Eagles by 14 (01/21/13)
  1845. Richmond falls to Mt. Diablo in final home match of the season (01/21/13)
  1846. Judge affirms jury’s death penalty decision in 2009 toll plaza double murder (01/18/13)
  1847. Urban Tilth to host 6th Annual MLK Day of Service (01/18/13)
  1848. Richmond Museum Association President Lois Boyle steps down after 30 years (01/17/13)
  1849. No Swett, Kennedy High’s Lady Eagles cruise to victory (01/17/13)
  1850. Richmond city council fails to announce Bell vacancy as meeting ends in stalemate (01/16/13)
  1851. Montes scores three times in Richmond High School’s 3-1 win over El Cerrito in boys’ soccer (01/16/13)
  1852. Richmond, Oakland leaders supporting proposed state regulation of ammunition sales (01/15/13)
  1853. LBNL opens comment period for Richmond Bay Campus (01/15/13)
  1854. World Series trophies, black and orange, displayed at Richmond Memorial Auditorium (01/15/13)
  1855. Eagles fight to the end, Hercules escapes with the win (01/14/13)
  1856. Rios’ late goal seals victory for Richmond boys’ soccer over Alameda Hornets (01/14/13)
  1857. Oilers boys’ soccer avenges earlier tie against St. Mary’s, stays unbeaten in league (01/11/13)
  1858. Rift emerges in Richmond as Bell seat falls vacant (01/10/13)
  1859. Richmond City Council welcomes back Nat Bates, Tom Butt with swearing-in ceremony (01/09/13)
  1860. Oilers lose to St. Joseph-Notre Dame HS, still searching for first win (01/09/13)
  1861. Experts offer DNA, forensic testimony in Norteño double homicide trial (01/08/13)
  1862. Backed by new law, homeowners in Richmond, Oakland, fight to protect homes from foreclosure (01/07/13)
  1863. Free workshop offers classes in healthy eating and exercise (01/07/13)
  1864. Richmond Councilman-elect Gary Bell will not take office January 8 due to illness (01/03/13)
  1865. 2012 Year in Review (12/31/12)
  1866. City officials approve permits for Richmond refinery repairs (12/26/12)
  1867. La Perla Mexican Deli ending 63-year run (12/26/12)
  1868. Eagles get first basketball win of the season (12/25/12)
  1869. ‘Shop with a Cop’ is a treat for police and Richmond youth (12/23/12)
  1870. Oilers tie Salesian, continue unbeaten streak (12/22/12)
  1871. El Portal Drive is open for use after seven months of closure (12/21/12)
  1872. Soaring to the playoffs (12/21/12)
  1873. Still looking for first win, Oilers perform better against Salesian (12/21/12)
  1874. Opinion: Gun violence in Newtown, Richmond (12/21/12)
  1875. Lady Eagles coast to victory, beat Vallejo 84-25 (12/20/12)
  1876. Six local nonprofits receive grants from Chevron (12/20/12)
  1877. City officials and experts hear public comment on Chevron refinery repair (12/20/12)
  1878. Investigation of city employee prompts public demand for action (12/19/12)
  1879. Ed. Fund checks in with scholarship winners returning from college (12/19/12)
  1880. Chevron’s pipe repair review consistent with industry standard, city expert says (12/18/12)
  1881. Nonprofit allows music to sing at Peres Elementary (12/18/12)
  1882. Community garden robbed of tools, not hope (12/18/12)
  1883. Richmond upholsterer will save you a seat (12/17/12)
  1884. Oilers battle wintry elements, fall to Mt. Eden (12/17/12)
  1885. Three shootings over the weekend, none resulting in homicides (12/17/12)
  1886. Toy donations abound in one school, fall short at a children’s center (12/17/12)
  1887. Lady Eagles apply no mercy rule, win by 53 (12/15/12)
  1888. “Miss Richmond” heads to pageants (12/14/12)
  1889. Oilers lose to El Cerrito Thursday night (12/14/12)
  1890. Police look for more information following Thursday’s shooting (12/14/12)
  1891. As trial in 2009 double killing continues, witnesses describe fear of retaliation (12/14/12)
  1892. Chevron submits technical analysis on piping material (12/14/12)
  1893. What now, Jeff Ritterman? (12/13/12)
  1894. Eagles show defensive front strategies against Campolindo (12/13/12)
  1895. After years of dark, Richmond’s main street gets festive lights back (12/13/12)
  1896. Ladies of Literature pen passionate poetry (12/12/12)
  1897. First league match for Richmond soccer ends in a tie (12/12/12)
  1898. Lady Eagles race past KIPP King (12/11/12)
  1899. Richmond Police Officers search for abduction and rape crime suspect (12/11/12)
  1900. Mormon church in Richmond draws in Latino converts (12/10/12)
  1901. A preseason loss serves to organize a young Kennedy team (12/10/12)
  1902. Contra Costa passes realignment budget (12/07/12)
  1903. Richmond’s Toxics (12/07/12)
  1904. Domestic Violence in Richmond (12/07/12)
  1905. Loss doesn’t dampen Oilers’ sprit (12/07/12)
  1906. Romeo and Juliet in Richmond (12/07/12)
  1907. Oilers turn corner, but fall to Mustangs (12/06/12)
  1908. One woman’s quest to clean up 100 years of chemical waste (12/06/12)
  1909. Henry Clark and three decades of environmental justice (12/06/12)
  1910. Asthma hospitalization rates for children in Contra Costa County (12/06/12)
  1911. Christmas non-profit is born (12/06/12)
  1912. Kaiser Permanente Richmond Medical Center receives top hospital designation (12/06/12)
  1913. Mini-grants spice up classrooms in West County (12/05/12)
  1914. Chevron refinery piping and housing plan highlight council meeting (12/05/12)
  1915. Guns for Fun (12/04/12)
  1916. Forum addresses issues facing Richmond youth (12/03/12)
  1917. Latina Center celebrates Christmas with food, dance and giving (12/03/12)
  1918. Mayor honors memory of homicide victims (12/03/12)
  1919. Oilers still looking for first win after loss to Amador Valley (12/03/12)
  1920. RAC’s Holiday Arts Festival goes green (11/30/12)
  1921. Identity theft on the rise in Richmond (11/30/12)
  1922. Richmond homicide count rises to 18, 3 killed over the last week and a half (11/30/12)
  1923. JV football celebrates championship season (11/30/12)
  1924. Inside the West County Jail (11/30/12)
  1925. Fremont takes Kennedy in season opener (11/30/12)
  1926. Bandwidth: Hip hop artist YSD makes waves in Richmond (11/29/12)
  1927. Sureño gang members stand trial for Norteño shooting (11/29/12)
  1928. Of the Street (11/28/12)
  1929. Richmond High girls soccer falls to Mt. Diablo 3-2 (11/27/12)
  1930. RPAL boxing program helps youth overcome fears, gain confidence (11/27/12)
  1931. Wading with the oyster catchers (11/26/12)
  1932. Maps show support for City Council winners (11/26/12)
  1933. Salute restaurant continues tradition with free meals for the homeless (11/22/12)
  1934. Rich-Con Cooks 2012 (11/22/12)
  1935. The table is set: Free holiday meals (11/21/12)
  1936. A Richmond legacy of giving continues (11/21/12)
  1937. Marin Clean Energy program to launch in Richmond (11/21/12)
  1938. City Council presses Chevron to use recommended material for pipes (11/21/12)
  1939. Toll plaza shooter gets death penalty (11/20/12)
  1940. Scrap metal steals Richmond (11/20/12)
  1941. Richmond-built solar car ’Impulse’ gets ready for Formula Sun Grand Prix (11/20/12)
  1942. A small parish pulls together, provides Thanksgiving meals to 150 families (11/19/12)
  1943. Oilers basketball season shows promise (11/19/12)
  1944. Oiler coaches assess talent at soccer jamboree (11/18/12)
  1945. Local high schools gear up for a day of soccer mania (11/16/12)
  1946. Young Men’s Group at Kennedy provides safe space to open up (11/16/12)
  1947. Community organizations look back at elections and forward to future campaigns (11/16/12)
  1948. Shooter, prosecutor make final arguments in death penalty sentencing trial (11/15/12)
  1949. Councilmember-elect Bell remains hospitalized (11/15/12)
  1950. Richmond Oilers cap off season (11/15/12)
  1951. Kennedy soccer program slammed with academic woes (11/14/12)
  1952. Convicted Richmond-San Rafael Bridge shooter admits to previous armed robberies in San Francisco (11/14/12)
  1953. Emotional testimony from the families of the victims in the 2009 murders on the Richmond San-Rafael Bridge (11/14/12)
  1954. Council looks forward after election (11/14/12)
  1955. Getting Tom Butt’s Goat (11/13/12)
  1956. For those in combat overseas, a taste of home (11/12/12)
  1957. A veteran’s story: Agent Orange and the Marine from Baton Rouge (11/12/12)
  1958. A Marine veteran in the Iron Triangle goes solar (11/12/12)
  1959. Kennedy falls to Salesian in playoffs (11/11/12)
  1960. Eagles clash with Pride in first round of playoffs (11/09/12)
  1961. Sentencing trial for convicted Richmond-San Rafael bridge shooter begins (11/09/12)
  1962. Election recap: Voters seek familiar faces (11/08/12)
  1963. Chevron to replace pipes, union workers to discuss Cal/OSHA (11/08/12)
  1964. Nutiva CEO announces next step in campaign for GMO-free world (11/08/12)
  1965. Restoring Richmond’s Tree Canopy (11/08/12)
  1966. 2009 Richmond-San Rafael bridge shooter found guilty of murder (11/07/12)
  1967. County votes with state on most Props, differs on death penalty (11/07/12)
  1968. Election 2012: Education wins big (11/07/12)
  1969. Bates, Butt and Bell win council race (11/07/12)
  1970. Richmond residents vote down Measure N (11/06/12)
  1971. Richmond celebrates Obama’s victory (11/06/12)
  1972. ELECTION UPDATES: Live Coverage of Election 2012 (11/06/12)
  1973. Election 2012: Richmond Votes (11/06/12)
  1974. High school students play out real Measure N debate (11/06/12)
  1975. Citizens Outspent: Inside Richmond’s $4m Election Campaign (11/05/12)
  1976. Richmond remembers Barbara Vincent, lifelong advocate for city parks and shoreline (11/05/12)
  1977. Last day on the stand for defendant in 2009 double homicide trial (11/05/12)
  1978. Coalitions made for LGBT youth (11/05/12)
  1979. Science festival draws out Richmond students and families (11/05/12)
  1980. For senior Diaz, one last night on the field (11/04/12)
  1981. Gimme Props: An Interactive Guide to California’s Propositions (11/04/12)
  1982. Eagles lose title game, look to rise in playoffs (11/03/12)
  1983. Oilers take back the Richmond Cup on senior night (11/03/12)
  1984. Protests mar Walmart Supercenter’s re-opening in Richmond (11/02/12)
  1985. Election 2012: Proposition 35 (11/02/12)
  1986. Prop 34 may affect double homicide trial in Martinez (11/02/12)
  1987. Shooter describes killing at Richmond-San Rafael Bridge (11/01/12)
  1988. RPD sting brings in prostitutes off 23rd street (11/01/12)
  1989. Celebrating wins, not losses is the new standard for Kennedy soccer program (11/01/12)
  1990. Dr. Maya Rockeymoore: When Breaking Up is Hard to Do, The Link Between Sugary Drinks and African American Health Disparities (11/01/12)
  1991. Election 2012: Proposition 32 (11/01/12)
  1992. Defendant admits to double homicide in court (10/31/12)
  1993. Election 2012: Measure N and Measure O (10/31/12)
  1994. Richmond’s sugar-sweetened beverage town hall draws tears, personal testimonies (10/31/12)
  1995. Mock election brings democracy to life at Olinda Elementary (10/31/12)
  1996. Gunfire disrupted Richmond homecoming, not school spirit (10/31/12)
  1997. Limit on campaign contributions may be increasing the spending of outside groups (10/31/12)
  1998. Emotional testimony in Richmond-San Rafael bridge double homicide case (10/31/12)
  1999. Election 2012: Proposition 30 (10/30/12)
  2000. Election 2012: Proposition 37 (10/30/12)
  2001. BART PD to wear on body cameras (10/30/12)
  2002. Schools district gets creative to spread word on anti-bullying campaign (10/30/12)
  2003. Formerly incarcerated men encourage others to vote (10/30/12)
  2004. Oktoberfest brings beer, Bavarian costumes to Craneway Pavilion (10/29/12)
  2005. Young poets adapt ‘Romeo and Juliet’ to tell story of Richmond gang violence (10/29/12)
  2006. Gunshots halt Richmond homecoming (10/27/12)
  2007. Richmond doctors square off on sugar-sweetened beverage Measure N (10/26/12)
  2008. Committee spends more than $1.1 million on Richmond City Council race (10/26/12)
  2009. Deferred Action and Deportation: Latinos and Obama (10/26/12)
  2010. East Bay Knitters honor high achieving Richmond High students with fish hats (10/26/12)
  2011. Dr. Aaron Baggs wins Operation Access award (10/26/12)
  2012. Nutiva film screening offers forum for Proposition 37 advocates (10/26/12)
  2013. Full Coverage of the 2012 Election in Richmond (10/26/12)
  2014. Eagles, Oilers battle for Greenwood Trophy (10/25/12)
  2015. School Board Election 2012: Antonio Medrano (10/25/12)
  2016. Election 2012: School district Measure E (10/25/12)
  2017. Election 2012: School district Measure G (10/25/12)
  2018. Opening day in capital murder case (10/25/12)
  2019. IN THE DISTRICT: SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES (10/24/12)
  2020. ON THE BALLOT: PROPOSITIONS AND MEASURES (10/24/12)
  2021. FOLLOW THE MONEY: CAMPAIGN FUNDING (10/24/12)
  2022. VOTE FOR ME: CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE PROFILES (10/24/12)
  2023. School Board Election 2012: Todd Groves (10/24/12)
  2024. Richmond’s war of the roses (10/24/12)
  2025. WhipOut brings gourmet sliders to Richmond (10/24/12)
  2026. School Board Election 2012: Randy Enos (10/23/12)
  2027. Roundup: WCCUSD hosts 8th annual Parents and Partners Conference (10/23/12)
  2028. Teachers at West County Adult Education program worry about more cuts (10/23/12)
  2029. School Board Election 2012: Robert Studdiford (10/22/12)
  2030. Richmond residents say goodbye to soda at Measure N campaign event (10/22/12)
  2031. Richmond reacts to ban on gay conversion therapy (10/22/12)
  2032. Richmond rabbits hop to new homes (10/22/12)
  2033. Better clinic, better care (10/22/12)
  2034. Oilers Win (10/20/12)
  2035. Kennedy Eagles soar into first place (10/20/12)
  2036. City Council Election 2012: Tom Butt (10/19/12)
  2037. City Council Election 2012: Gary Bell (10/19/12)
  2038. Ortega sentenced for 32 years in Richmond High rape case (10/19/12)
  2039. WriterCoach Connection pens success at Richmond High (10/19/12)
  2040. Once behind bars, group advocates for prisoners coming home (10/19/12)
  2041. City Council Election 2012: Nat Bates (10/18/12)
  2042. City Council Election 2012: Marilyn Langlois (10/18/12)
  2043. Open Carry Ban in Richmond (10/18/12)
  2044. School board candidate forum overshadowed by presidential debate (10/17/12)
  2045. City Council Election 2012: Bea Roberson (10/17/12)
  2046. City Council Election 2012: Eduardo Martinez (10/17/12)
  2047. City Council Election 2012: Jael P. Myrick (10/17/12)
  2048. Cafeterias digest lunch regulations (10/17/12)
  2049. Unwrapped: Mixed reactions to new lunch (10/17/12)
  2050. Council divided over alleged attack on Booze (10/17/12)
  2051. Making Waves students clean up Baxter Creek (10/17/12)
  2052. Fuel Your School energizes classroom at Peres Elementary (10/17/12)
  2053. City Council Election 2012: Anthony Green (10/16/12)
  2054. City Council Election 2012: Eleanor Thompson (10/16/12)
  2055. Oysters in for a comeback at Point Pinole (10/15/12)
  2056. City Council Election 2012: Mike Raccoon Eyes Kinney (10/15/12)
  2057. Home Front Festival 2012 (10/15/12)
  2058. City Council Election 2012: Mark Wassberg (10/15/12)
  2059. Richmond Sol Cobras (10/14/12)
  2060. Eagles crush Cougars for second league win (10/13/12)
  2061. Titans overwhelm Oilers, 38-6 (10/13/12)
  2062. Candidates appeal to potential first-time voters (10/12/12)
  2063. Eagles and Oilers load up the bus (10/11/12)
  2064. Anti-beverage tax coalitions have spent $3.5 million in Richmond, El Monte (10/11/12)
  2065. Sixth annual Home Front Festival to showcase Richmond’s WWII history, culture (10/11/12)
  2066. Chevron’s damaged Crude Unit 4 to remain shut through the winter as gas prices soar (10/10/12)
  2067. Trial starts for 2009 Pit Boss Barbeque double homicide (10/10/12)
  2068. Amendment to campaign filing shows additional funds for Bates (10/10/12)
  2069. Cinemark joins American Beverage Association in funding opposition to Measure N (10/10/12)
  2070. After school music is alive at Mira Vista Elementary (10/09/12)
  2071. Chevron backs Moving Forward coalition (10/08/12)
  2072. North Richmond festival celebrates shoreline, open space (10/08/12)
  2073. Undocumented youth see new options (10/08/12)
  2074. Violence as a disease, and one man’s prescription for Richmond (10/08/12)
  2075. Sprinters run the distance (10/08/12)
  2076. Anti-beverage tax coalition quadruples campaign spending in efforts to defeat Measure N (10/08/12)
  2077. Friends, family remember Officer Brad Moody (10/07/12)
  2078. Oilers shut out 19-0 by John Swett High (10/06/12)
  2079. Levanta La Voz: Immigration and the Election (10/05/12)
  2080. Nutiva hosts grand opening (10/05/12)
  2081. LBNL unveils long term plan for new Richmond Bay Campus (10/05/12)
  2082. Undocumented youth organize for immigration reform, election (10/05/12)
  2083. Richmond civic engagement group encourages Latino voters (10/05/12)
  2084. Steelers play for a better Richmond (10/05/12)
  2085. Still Talking: County officials commend collaboration, need realignment budget (10/04/12)
  2086. Ready To Play (10/04/12)
  2087. Oilers, Eagles enter league play (10/04/12)
  2088. Hull diver makes a living cleaning boats (10/04/12)
  2089. Langlois replies to critics on tax evasion (10/03/12)
  2090. Art on the Greenway exhibit a community effort to celebrate Richmond (10/03/12)
  2091. Booze assault case divides council (10/03/12)
  2092. Council passes resolutions urging Chevron to tighten refinery safety, invest in Richmond (10/03/12)
  2093. Jovanka Beckles: Vote “Yes” on Measure N to create mentally and physically healthy children (10/03/12)
  2094. Isaiah Thomas shooter says it was self-defense (10/03/12)
  2095. Interactive art makes waves on Macdonald Ave. (10/02/12)
  2096. At City Chambers, council candidates occupy seats they hope to fill this November (10/02/12)
  2097. Richmond takes back prescription drugs, again (10/02/12)
  2098. Candidates turn to social media as election nears (10/01/12)
  2099. Peres Elementary Dental Clinic reopens with major changes (10/01/12)
  2100. Vincentian volunteers walk for the needy (10/01/12)
  2101. Video: Disco single saves lives (09/29/12)
  2102. McClymonds Warriors rout Kennedy Eagles (09/29/12)
  2103. Boot seller: Construction jobs are coming back (09/28/12)
  2104. State approves another $4 million for Marina Bay underpass (09/28/12)
  2105. Crowd gathers in Point Richmond for council candidate forum (09/28/12)
  2106. Kennedy cross-country runners make coach proud (09/28/12)
  2107. Art and soul coming to Richmond this Saturday (09/28/12)
  2108. The waiting game of prisoner realignment (09/28/12)
  2109. Eagles hopeful for consecutive wins, Oilers refocusing on academics (09/27/12)
  2110. City Council candidates meet for candidate forum (09/27/12)
  2111. Controversial Measure N grabs spotlight at council meeting (09/26/12)
  2112. Man dies after shooting on 23rd Street (09/26/12)
  2113. School board forum dominated by Measures E and G (09/26/12)
  2114. ONS reports ‘significant drop’ in homicides to Human Rights Commission (09/25/12)
  2115. Community members wait hours to vent at Chevron’s fire update (09/25/12)
  2116. Auto dealerships in Richmond rebound from 2008 recession (09/25/12)
  2117. Happy Lot Farm and Garden looks to take root elsewhere (09/25/12)
  2118. Budget cuts cut court interpreters (09/25/12)
  2119. Olive trees given to lucky shoppers (09/24/12)
  2120. County seeks tighter safety measures in wake of new findings (09/24/12)
  2121. Richmond music video in support of Obama goes viral (09/24/12)
  2122. Community schools idea growing in Richmond (09/24/12)
  2123. Victory! (09/24/12)
  2124. Football win slips away from Oilers (09/22/12)
  2125. Lady Eagles lose second game in a row (09/22/12)
  2126. Main street market: both sides of the tent (09/21/12)
  2127. Police combat rise in prescription drug abuse (09/21/12)
  2128. The Flotsam Flotilla in 15 photos (09/21/12)
  2129. Oilers eke out volleyball victory over Eagles (09/21/12)
  2130. Oilers and Eagles still searching for elusive win (09/20/12)
  2131. Free Healthcare: Zumba (09/20/12)
  2132. Green Drive Expo brings clean energy cars to Richmond (09/20/12)
  2133. Baxter Creek again listed among Bay’s dirtiest waterways (09/20/12)
  2134. In Richmond politics, the Obama family brand resonates with the community (09/19/12)
  2135. New campaign disclosure law is on the books (09/19/12)
  2136. Young new co-owners steer Spokeshop Bike Lounge (09/19/12)
  2137. Homicide suspect arrested (09/19/12)
  2138. Teens help Richmond break coastal cleanup volunteer records (09/19/12)
  2139. Richmond man killed in San Francisco (09/19/12)
  2140. Richmond hears El Grito de Dolores loud and clear (09/18/12)
  2141. Eagles get new coach, set to bump pass season against Oilers (09/18/12)
  2142. City goes green with tree counters (09/17/12)
  2143. One son on each team, a family united (09/15/12)
  2144. CSD Eagles soar past the Oilers, 47-0 (09/15/12)
  2145. Two suspects charged with first-degree murder in killing of Javier Campos (09/14/12)
  2146. Kaiser Permanente’s Live Well Be Well program doesn’t just happen over night (09/14/12)
  2147. Amendments to campaign disclosure law pass through first stage (09/14/12)
  2148. Undocumented immigrants in Richmond seek help in applying for deferred action (09/14/12)
  2149. Both Eagles and Oilers face Bay Area powerhouses Friday night (09/13/12)
  2150. Richmond man shot, killed near Iron Triangle (09/13/12)
  2151. Park searches for funds to build Pinole interpretive center (09/13/12)
  2152. Soda sellers decry proposed fee (09/13/12)
  2153. Cut down on salt, sugar and fat (09/13/12)
  2154. Hundreds of volunteers expected this weekend at annual coastal cleanup (09/13/12)
  2155. New court budget could eliminate Richmond truancy program (09/13/12)
  2156. Family remembers homicide victim, Javier Campos, as a ‘good man’ (09/12/12)
  2157. Chevron failed to check pipes despite internal policies (09/12/12)
  2158. City Council swings into election season (09/12/12)
  2159. Campaign flyer flawed (09/12/12)
  2160. Education group receives grant to support college-bound high schoolers (09/12/12)
  2161. Solano stroll draws Richmond crowd (09/11/12)
  2162. Air Quailty District hosts informative session on refinery fire (09/11/12)
  2163. Richmond, Veolia stopped at wastewater crossroads (09/10/12)
  2164. Rent increase squeezes small businesses at Richmond port (09/10/12)
  2165. Wildcat Marsh Trail combines nature and industry (09/10/12)
  2166. A night of poetry (09/10/12)
  2167. Oilers fight to stay positive after third straight loss (09/10/12)
  2168. El Cerrito Gauchos declaw Kennedy Eagles (09/08/12)
  2169. Kennedy High Eagles honor slain football player Ulises Grijalva (09/08/12)
  2170. Federal judge grants anti-soda-tax committee exemption from campaign disclosure law (09/07/12)
  2171. Community remembers ‘superhuman’ pediatrician Dr. William Jenkins (09/07/12)
  2172. Richmond high school exit exam scores released (09/07/12)
  2173. Scientists announce research focus for LBNL (09/07/12)
  2174. RPD discrimination lawsuit prepares for Federal Court (09/07/12)
  2175. Contra Costa tables controversial jail expansion (09/07/12)
  2176. Eagles and Oilers to see gridiron action this weekend (09/07/12)
  2177. Car-sharing program keeps residents on the move (09/06/12)
  2178. Richmond sees decrease in violent crime (09/06/12)
  2179. City defends campaign law in federal court (09/06/12)
  2180. Bag ban initiative in final stage (09/06/12)
  2181. From the Dirt Hotel to Point Pinole (09/06/12)
  2182. RYSE mixtape collects beats from the heart (09/06/12)
  2183. Ex-officers sentenced for arming minors (09/06/12)
  2184. Jail expansion, bail reform on table for $19 million realignment funding (09/05/12)
  2185. West County celebrates the grand opening of a new health center (09/05/12)
  2186. EPA says it’s premature to discuss prosecuting Chevron (09/05/12)
  2187. Baykeeper to launch massive toxic debris cleanup at Point Molate (09/05/12)
  2188. A first look at the November City Council candidates (09/05/12)
  2189. Chevron greeted with labor and environmental protestors on Labor Day (09/04/12)
  2190. ACLU sues School District over alleged inadequacies (09/03/12)
  2191. Kennedy comes up just short, loses tough one to Joseph Bethel (09/01/12)
  2192. Oilers hang tough in home loss to Mt. Eden (09/01/12)
  2193. Playing in the park (08/31/12)
  2194. Gary Bell throws name into Richmond political hat (08/31/12)
  2195. San Jose Earthquakes provide soccer clinic for Richmond youth (08/30/12)
  2196. Residents skeptical of refinery investigations (08/29/12)
  2197. New year, new look, new reporters (08/25/12)
  2198. Progressives blast Chevron, air district (08/24/12)
  2199. Urban agriculture organizations want their soil tested after Chevron refinery fire (08/24/12)
  2200. Particulates below state standard after refinery fire, testing proved difficult (08/24/12)
  2201. Left behind: A mother’s grief (08/22/12)
  2202. Teens create a rainbow-hued mu… (08/17/12)
  2203. Teens create a rainbow-hued mural celebrating pride and acceptance (08/17/12)
  2204. New West County Health Center opening soon (08/16/12)
  2205. Backpack giveaway a success at Richmond PAL center (08/15/12)
  2206. Investigators say maintenance … (08/14/12)
  2207. Solano Playlot re-opens thanks… (08/13/12)
  2208. Solano Playlot re-opens thanks to the work of its neighbors (08/13/12)
  2209. Over 6,300 residents file clai… (08/11/12)
  2210. More than 6,300 residents file claims in aftermath of refinery fire (08/11/12)
  2211. Early analysis finds “good t… (08/09/12)
  2212. Early analysis finds “good to moderate” toxic pollutant levels after Chevron fire (08/09/12)
  2213. Read about Richmond’s labor di… (08/09/12)
  2214. West County Wastewater District workers, management not seeing eye-to-eye (08/09/12)
  2215. New fire flares at Chevron pla… (08/08/12)
  2216. New fire, now out, flares at Chevron plant as residents are treated for respiratory ailments (08/08/12)
  2217. Check out the pics for Nationa… (08/08/12)
  2218. National Night Out is more than a party, it’s a show of appreciation (08/08/12)
  2219. At town hall meeting, question… (08/08/12)
  2220. At town hall meeting, questions and anger over Chevron refinery fire (08/08/12)
  2221. Following Chevron fire, respir… (08/07/12)
  2222. Following Chevron fire, respiratory complaints, calls for transparent investigation (08/07/12)
  2223. Have you noticed any effects o… (08/07/12)
  2224. #ChevronFire shelter in place … (08/07/12)
  2225. See RichCon reporter Tawanda K… (08/07/12)
  2226. Thanks everyone for following … (08/07/12)
  2227. Chevron holds press conference after fire engulfs refinery in Richmond (08/07/12)
  2228. Our latest on the #ChevronFire… (08/06/12)
  2229. Newest reader photos and lates… (08/06/12)
  2230. Read our complete archives of … (08/06/12)
  2231. Our latest on the #ChevronFire… (08/06/12)
  2232. Can you see/smell smoke from w… (08/06/12)
  2233. Chevron spokesperson confirms … (08/06/12)
  2234. BART service stopped between R… (08/06/12)
  2235. Do you have photos or eyewitne… (08/06/12)
  2236. We’ve got reporters heading to… (08/06/12)
  2237. BREAKING: Fire at Chevron refinery in Richmond (08/06/12)
  2238. Richmond rolls to victory at B… (08/06/12)
  2239. Richmond rolls to victory at Bay Area Derby Girls Championship (08/06/12)
  2240. Health food company Nutiva mov… (08/03/12)
  2241. Health food company Nutiva moving to Richmond, hiring 100 workers (08/03/12)
  2242. Richmond set to re-open its on… (08/02/12)
  2243. Splish, splash—Point Molate beach will re-open (08/02/12)
  2244. Richmond council approves fund… (08/01/12)
  2245. Richmond council approves funding to re-open Point Molate, close Bay Trail gaps (08/01/12)
  2246. Check out what students are le… (07/30/12)
  2247. Internship shows students the ropes of the health care profession (07/30/12)
  2248. Community throws fundraiser for former boxer working to regain his license (07/26/12)
  2249. Council passes two ordinances … (07/25/12)
  2250. Council passes two ordinances that tighten campaign finance rules (07/25/12)
  2251. The Art of Ballet School of Da… (07/25/12)
  2252. Art of Ballet School thrives in Richmond (07/25/12)
  2253. Mayor circulates letter blaming council “dysfunction” on one member’s “chaos, disruptions, and vitriolic speech” (07/23/12)
  2254. Langlois, Martinez appear at f… (07/23/12)
  2255. Langlois, Martinez appear at fundraiser for their city council campaigns (07/23/12)
  2256. Check out the art scene in Poi… (07/21/12)
  2257. Point Richmond is not your normal walk in the art (07/20/12)
  2258. Richmond: Voices and Images (07/19/12)
  2259. Heated city council meeting la… (07/18/12)
  2260. At heated council meeting, debate over Teach for America, public speakers’ rights (07/18/12)
  2261. Check out the video about a lo… (07/18/12)
  2262. Father and son throw a one-two punch for Richmond boxing (07/18/12)
  2263. Photo trek: Richmond’s waterfront (07/17/12)
  2264. Ella “Bea” Roberson kicks … (07/13/12)
  2265. Ella “Bea” Roberson kicks off her campaign for Richmond City Council (07/13/12)
  2266. Read how residents are adaptin… (07/13/12)
  2267. Residents share opinions on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions via county action plan (07/13/12)
  2268. Singer/Dancer Chantler Townsen… (07/12/12)
  2269. Richmond vocalist brings Bay Area talents to the East Coast (07/12/12)
  2270. Richmond City Council debated … (07/11/12)
  2271. Richmond City Council debates charging to berth the historic SS Red Oak (07/11/12)
  2272. A quiet night in Richmond: Riding along with the Richmond police (07/10/12)
  2273. Volunteers help restore native… (07/09/12)
  2274. Volunteers help restore native species to the Richmond Bay Trail (07/09/12)
  2275. Opinion: Soda tax promises bitter outcome for residents and businesses (07/06/12)
  2276. Richmond celebrates 4th of Jul… (07/05/12)
  2277. Richmond celebrates 4th of July with fireworks and music (07/05/12)
  2278. If you like boxing, check out … (07/05/12)
  2279. Amateur boxers get into the ring at Richmond Police Activities League event (07/05/12)
  2280. Eight-hour yogathon raises mon… (07/03/12)
  2281. Eight-hour yogathon raises money for local hospital and African nonprofit (07/03/12)
  2282. Richmond Democrats opened thei… (07/02/12)
  2283. Democratic campaign kicks off at new headquarters in Richmond (07/02/12)
  2284. Richmond police offer $10,000 … (06/29/12)
  2285. Nicholl Park: Skateboarding saved my life (06/29/12)
  2286. Richmond runner takes on the country’s oldest 100-mile run (06/28/12)
  2287. Nearly half of students in Richmond and Oakland overweight, study finds (06/28/12)
  2288. Richmond High gets new coaches… (06/27/12)
  2289. Richmond High recruits writer coaches for the upcoming school year (06/27/12)
  2290. Op-Ed: Councilman Jeff Ritterman explains his support for a Richmond soda tax (06/26/12)
  2291. Ex-drug addict brings hope to … (06/25/12)
  2292. Richmond celebrated the 3rd An… (06/25/12)
  2293. Pow-Wow in Richmond honors Native American culture (06/25/12)
  2294. Officials showcase proposed Ri… (06/22/12)
  2295. Officials showcase proposed Richmond commuter ferry (06/22/12)
  2296. Saffron Strand leads national … (06/21/12)
  2297. National experts and locals come together to reduce homelessness (06/21/12)
  2298. City council approves new limi… (06/20/12)
  2299. City council approves new limits for campaign contributions and voting on donor-related issues (06/20/12)
  2300. Local heavyweight boxer Bomani… (06/20/12)
  2301. Local heavyweight boxer seeks comeback in Richmond (06/20/12)
  2302. Check out the Juneteenth pics!… (06/19/12)
  2303. Ninth annual Juneteenth Parade and Festival in photos (06/19/12)
  2304. Richmond, San Francisco skate … (06/18/12)
  2305. Richmond, San Francisco skate circles around Berkeley and Oakland (06/18/12)
  2306. WCCUSD Pays off their debt htt… (06/18/12)
  2307. WCCUSD pays off debt (06/18/12)
  2308. Roller derby back in the East … (06/15/12)
  2309. Local derby teams face off this weekend (06/15/12)
  2310. Kaiser, RPAL, join forces to h… (06/14/12)
  2311. Kaiser, RPAL, join forces to help five teenagers run a graphic design start-up (06/14/12)
  2312. BART shut down between East Bay and San Francisco due to station fire (06/14/12)
  2313. Emergency healthcare workers discuss caring for kids and infants during disasters (06/12/12)
  2314. #Richmond residents enjoyed do… (06/11/12)
  2315. Richmond residents watch trees grow on the big screen, hope for the same in their neighborhoods (06/11/12)
  2316. Bandwidth: Pooka’s transform… (06/08/12)
  2317. Bandwidth: Pooka’s transformation (06/08/12)
  2318. Realignment funding formula no… (06/07/12)
  2319. Realignment funding formula not adding up in Contra Costa County (06/07/12)
  2320. City council last night. http… (06/06/12)
  2321. LGBT teens, RYSE Center, mobilize Richmond against hate speech (06/06/12)
  2322. George Carroll was honored at … (06/06/12)
  2323. Track athlete awarded scholarship to Azusa Pacific University (06/06/12)
  2324. Track Athlete awarded scholars… (06/06/12)
  2325. Ritterman hopes to raise money… (06/05/12)
  2326. Ritterman hopes to raise money for soda tax campaign (06/05/12)
  2327. Richmond residents take to the… (06/04/12)
  2328. Richmond residents take to the street, pass out fliers, to stop gun violence (06/04/12)
  2329. A Richmond council hopeful who… (05/31/12)
  2330. A Richmond council hopeful who… (05/31/12)
  2331. A Richmond council hopeful who dances to a different drum (05/31/12)
  2332. Food is being grown in Richmon… (05/30/12)
  2333. Happy Lot Farm and Garden takes root, sprouts hope for urban nutrition (05/30/12)
  2334. Check out what Richmond is doi… (05/28/12)
  2335. Richmond homeless vigil a beacon of light for those on the street (05/28/12)
  2336. WriterCoach Connection helps r… (05/25/12)
  2337. Orlando Lamar Yancy laid to re… (05/25/12)
  2338. Orlando Lamar Yancy laid to rest at Hilltop Church (05/25/12)
  2339. Teenaged shooter gets 50-to-life in murder of Gene Deshawn Grisby-Bell (05/25/12)
  2340. Casino proposal in North Richm… (05/25/12)
  2341. Casino proposal in North Richmond nixed by federal officials (05/25/12)
  2342. Courses help ready local contr… (05/24/12)
  2343. Courses help ready local contractors for Richmond public projects (05/24/12)
  2344. Richmond National Park visitor… (05/23/12)
  2345. Richmond National Park visitor center to open Saturday (05/23/12)
  2346. A’s outfielder brings science … (05/23/12)
  2347. Oakland A’s outfielder Josh Re… (05/23/12)
  2348. Oakland A’s star, Chevron share the science of baseball with elementary school students (05/23/12)
  2349. Richmond celebrated the Bay Ar… (05/23/12)
  2350. Bay Area Storytelling Festival in Richmond (05/23/12)
  2351. Richmond clergy talk crime, po… (05/22/12)
  2352. Richmond clergy talk crime, politics and community over breakfast in Parchester (05/22/12)
  2353. Richmond leaders hail completi… (05/21/12)
  2354. Richmond leaders hail completion of J.O. Ford Elementary construction project (05/21/12)
  2355. RAW Talent students perform at… (05/21/12)
  2356. RAW Talent students perform poetry about incarceration in “From the Pen to the Page” (05/21/12)
  2357. Men and Women of Purpose draw … (05/21/12)
  2358. Men and Women of Purpose draw Richmond leaders to open house event (05/21/12)
  2359. Richmond High School students … (05/19/12)
  2360. Richmond High competes in E-Bike Challenge (05/19/12)
  2361. Richmond police ramp up presen… (05/18/12)
  2362. Richmond police ramp up presence to head off escalating tensions (05/18/12)
  2363. Blacknell sentenced to life wi… (05/18/12)
  2364. Blacknell sentenced to life without parole for 2009 crime spree (05/18/12)
  2365. Bay Area Storytelling Festival… (05/18/12)
  2366. Bay Area Storytelling Festival comes to Richmond (05/18/12)
  2367. Men and Women of Purpose (MWP)… (05/18/12)
  2368. Ride of Silence raises awarene… (05/18/12)
  2369. Ride of Silence raises awareness for Richmond bicyclists (05/18/12)
  2370. Jailhouse interview with Joe (05/17/12)
  2371. Richmond police arrest wanted … (05/17/12)
  2372. Richmond police arrest wanted … (05/16/12)
  2373. Richmond police arrest wanted suspect, investigate homicide, pot cultivation fire (05/16/12)
  2374. Soda tax approved for Richmond… (05/16/12)
  2375. Soda tax voted on to Richmond ballot (05/16/12)
  2376. Richmond to place ‘soda tax’ o… (05/16/12)
  2377. Richmond City Council to consi… (05/15/12)
  2378. Richmond native’s memories of the great Donna Summer (05/15/12)
  2379. Richmond City Council to consider soda tax ballot measure (05/15/12)
  2380. Richmond youth wins free lapto… (05/15/12)
  2381. Richmond to consider placing ‘… (05/15/12)
  2382. Foster month kicks off with laptop giveaway (05/15/12)
  2383. Fatter Blacknell, notorious Ri… (05/15/12)
  2384. Jailhouse interview with Joe (05/15/12)
  2385. Jailhouse interview with Joe (05/15/12)
  2386. Jailhouse interview with Joe ‘Fatter’ Blacknell, who faces life in prison for ’09 slaying (05/15/12)
  2387. North Richmond drive-by leaves… (05/14/12)
  2388. North Richmond drive-by shooti… (05/14/12)
  2389. North Richmond man killed in drive-by shooting (05/14/12)
  2390. Richmond leaders reflect on Cinco de Mayo beatings in 2002 (05/14/12)
  2391. Bandwidth: Aquí están Los Ce… (05/11/12)
  2392. Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughli… (05/11/12)
  2393. Joe Blacknell agreed to postpo… (05/11/12)
  2394. Bandwidth: Aquí están Los Ce… (05/11/12)
  2395. Bandwidth: Aquí están Los Cenzontles (05/11/12)
  2396. Antwon Cloird and his group Me… (05/10/12)
  2397. Berkeley students present find… (05/10/12)
  2398. Berkeley students present find… (05/10/12)
  2399. Berkeley students present findings at North Richmond community meeting (05/10/12)
  2400. Richmond YouthWORKS program gets new facility (05/10/12)
  2401. june 2nd telethon for richmond… (05/09/12)
  2402. 3:30-5:30 today at CHDC at 153… (05/09/12)
  2403. Check out “SELL BIG :: Launch … (05/09/12)
  2404. shooting wednesday morning lea… (05/09/12)
  2405. College program assists high s… (05/09/12)
  2406. College program assists high school dropouts (05/09/12)
  2407. Thousands packed the 23rd Stre… (05/07/12)
  2408. Weekends in Richmond: Cinco de Mayo on 23rd Street (05/07/12)
  2409. sinkhole project near completi… (05/07/12)
  2410. Massive sinkhole repair project hailed by Richmond leaders (05/07/12)
  2411. Richmond photo challenge #2 ….. (05/04/12)
  2412. Where is this in Richmond? Challenge 2 (05/04/12)
  2413. Guilty: Richmond teen faces li… (05/03/12)
  2414. Guilty: Richmond teen faces life in prison in killing of Gene Deshawn Grisby-Bell (05/03/12)
  2415. The verdict is in and will be … (05/03/12)
  2416. Richmond Port project on hold as council to weigh two competing sites (05/02/12)
  2417. Closing arguments leave jury t… (05/02/12)
  2418. Closing arguments leave jury to decide fate of Gene Deshawn Grisby-Bell’s killer (05/02/12)
  2419. Closing arguments in gene gris… (05/01/12)
  2420. Weekends in Richmond: Celebrat… (05/01/12)
  2421. May 3 event in north richmond … (04/30/12)
  2422. Weekends in Richmond: Celebrat… (04/30/12)
  2423. road construction begins may 1… (04/30/12)
  2424. Weekends in Richmond: Celebrating literacy (04/30/12)
  2425. embodi richmond hosts event ho… (04/28/12)
  2426. play the “where is this in ric… (04/27/12)
  2427. Where is this in Richmond? Challenge 1 (04/27/12)
  2428. Accused takes stand in trial o… (04/27/12)
  2429. Accused takes stand in trial o… (04/27/12)
  2430. Accused takes stand in trial of killing of Gene Deshawn Grisby-Bell (04/27/12)
  2431. Local nonprofits report progre… (04/26/12)
  2432. Local nonprofits report progress made in education and employment with Chevron support (04/26/12)
  2433. RYSE youth center is having it… (04/25/12)
  2434. Richmond General Plan approved (04/25/12)
  2435. Gene Deshawn Grisby-Bell, a li… (04/25/12)
  2436. After more than six years, Ric… (04/25/12)
  2437. Trial begins in 2011 shooting … (04/24/12)
  2438. Trial begins in 2011 shooting death of Gene Deshawn Grisby-Bell (04/24/12)
  2439. Richmond honored first ever Po… (04/24/12)
  2440. Richmond Tales literacy event … (04/24/12)
  2441. grant funding workshop in rich… (04/24/12)
  2442. Public is invited to Breakfast… (04/24/12)
  2443. Dueling proposals compete for … (04/24/12)
  2444. New state legislation aimed at… (04/24/12)
  2445. New state legislation aimed at curtailing illegal mattress dumping (04/24/12)
  2446. Dueling proposals compete for federal money to build security center at Richmond port (04/24/12)
  2447. Career Day at Nystrom Magnet Elementary School (04/23/12)
  2448. Ritterman done after one term,… (04/23/12)
  2449. Ritterman done after one term,… (04/23/12)
  2450. Ritterman to step aside, field open for candidates for Richmond City Council (04/23/12)
  2451. Where did Richmond residents l… (04/23/12)
  2452. Weekends in Richmond: EcoVillage Farm educates on Earth Day (04/23/12)
  2453. Richmond’s hip hop community… (04/22/12)
  2454. Earth Day in North Richmond (04/22/12)
  2455. Earth Day in North Richmond is about honoring past, looking to future (04/22/12)
  2456. volunteers clean up point mola… (04/22/12)
  2457. Residents come together to clean Point Molate Beach (04/22/12)
  2458. richmond’s hip hop community u… (04/22/12)
  2459. Richmond’s hip hop community comes together for industry photo shoot (04/22/12)
  2460. Occupy Richmond protesters cel… (04/21/12)
  2461. Occupy Richmond protesters celebrate Earth Day, criticize Chevron (04/21/12)
  2462. Questions swirl around north r… (04/20/12)
  2463. Questions swirl around flap between ONS and sheriff at scene of North Richmond shooting (04/20/12)
  2464. Richmond’s weekend is brimming… (04/20/12)
  2465. Your guide to a Richmond weekend filled with events (04/20/12)
  2466. Richmond anti-violence agency … (04/19/12)
  2467. occupy richmond friday at 5 pm… (04/19/12)
  2468. @ImageComics are on the rise -… (04/19/12)
  2469. Image Comics on the rise (04/19/12)
  2470. come out and join community to… (04/18/12)
  2471. general plan discussion stretc… (04/18/12)
  2472. Over a hundred people debate general plan at city council meeting (04/18/12)
  2473. Postponed: North Richmond youth forum held off after recent violence (04/18/12)
  2474. Berkeley students chip in to w… (04/18/12)
  2475. Shooting rocks North Richmond … (04/18/12)
  2476. lonnie peterson is still hospi… (04/18/12)
  2477. Dick Clark pictures are by Ric… (04/18/12)
  2478. Berkeley students chip in to work with North Richmond (04/18/12)
  2479. lenny peterson fights for his … (04/17/12)
  2480. Shooting rocks North Richmond … (04/17/12)
  2481. Shooting rocks North Richmond corner market (04/17/12)
  2482. berkeley students working with… (04/17/12)
  2483. deadly shooting minutes ago in… (04/17/12)
  2484. Chevron’s refineries map where… (04/17/12)
  2485. As in Richmond, refineries throughout the country dispute property tax assessments (04/17/12)
  2486. Silly Parade highlights in photos (04/16/12)
  2487. community forum in north richm… (04/16/12)
  2488. Weekends in Richmond: Laotians… (04/16/12)
  2489. Weekends in Richmond: Laotians celebrate the New Year (04/16/12)
  2490. Richmond looks to move on afte… (04/14/12)
  2491. Silly parade http://t.co/ElRas… (04/14/12)
  2492. Top McLaughlin aide resigns, joins 2012 electoral field in Richmond (04/14/12)
  2493. Langlois has campaign kickoff … (04/14/12)
  2494. Marilyn Langlois is running fo… (04/14/12)
  2495. Silly Parade today @ 11 am cor… (04/14/12)
  2496. Richmond, it’s time to get ‘Silly’! (04/14/12)
  2497. #Veolia will train two interns… (04/13/12)
  2498. Veolia hires and trains two Richmond residents in wastewater management (04/13/12)
  2499. City has spent $4.5 million defending against discrimination lawsuit (04/13/12)
  2500. The night that BART didn’t stop (04/11/12)
  2501. Richmond protesters descend on Chevron executive’s Lafayette home (04/11/12)
  2502. Richmond police chief, city, c… (04/10/12)
  2503. Police Chief Magnus, Richmond, cleared of wrongdoing in racial discrimination suit (04/10/12)
  2504. Verdicts coming in overwhelmin… (04/10/12)
  2505. Verdict in the richmond police… (04/10/12)
  2506. Richmond marchers wear hoodies… (04/10/12)
  2507. group will protest today at 11… (04/10/12)
  2508. On the record with RichCon: Co… (04/09/12)
  2509. Richmond’s Congressman George Miller discusses healthcare, crime, pollution, and food policy (04/09/12)
  2510. Where can you eat a good, chea… (04/09/12)
  2511. Weekends in Richmond: Pancakes on a ship (04/09/12)
  2512. Richmond police department dis… (04/06/12)
  2513. Richmond police department discrimination suit goes to the jury (04/06/12)
  2514. Defense begins closing argumen… (04/05/12)
  2515. Defense begins closing arguments in Richmond police discrimination trial (04/05/12)
  2516. Community letter on ONS controversy: Councilman Jeff Ritterman (04/05/12)
  2517. Plaintiffs say discrimination … (04/04/12)
  2518. Plaintiffs ask for millions in damages in closing arguments of Richmond Police discrimination suit (04/04/12)
  2519. Synthetic biology research at … (04/03/12)
  2520. Synthetic biology research at the heart of controversy over new national lab in Richmond (04/03/12)
  2521. Plaintiff attorney Jaffe still… (04/03/12)
  2522. Richmond councilman and agency at odds, city manager and others in between (04/03/12)
  2523. Here’s our full story on the C… (04/02/12)
  2524. Board denies Chevron’s tax assessment value appeal (04/02/12)
  2525. Gioia writes, “The bottom line… (04/02/12)
  2526. man dies on railroad tracks ne… (04/02/12)
  2527. BREAKING: Appeals board rules … (04/02/12)
  2528. Man struck and killed by Amtrak train (04/02/12)
  2529. Salmon is back in a big way in… (04/02/12)
  2530. Salmon are coming back to the bay (04/02/12)
  2531. 49ers star Vernon Davis launches program to help kids in Richmond apartment complex (03/30/12)
  2532. There was a shooting at Third … (03/30/12)
  2533. In the latest installment of B… (03/30/12)
  2534. Bandwidth: Getting soulful with Drop Apollo (03/30/12)
  2535. Two high-ranking officers, two… (03/30/12)
  2536. Plaintiff Pickett re-takes stand to refute allegations into his own conduct in Richmond police case (03/30/12)
  2537. 49ers star leads effort to rem… (03/30/12)
  2538. San Francisco Tight End Vernon… (03/29/12)
  2539. City council asking for a voluntary ban on controversial rodenticides (03/29/12)
  2540. Driveby leaves man dead in sou… (03/29/12)
  2541. Driveby in south Richmond leaves 54-year-old man dead (03/29/12)
  2542. There was a homicide tonight i… (03/28/12)
  2543. Richmond Police: Shooting near… (03/28/12)
  2544. shooting and chase near hillto… (03/28/12)
  2545. Man shot, two arrested as federal investigation turns violent near Hilltop Mall (03/28/12)
  2546. Japanese youth ambassadors tou… (03/28/12)
  2547. Japanese youth ambassadors tour Richmond (03/28/12)
  2548. Life, Death and Taxes: A look … (03/28/12)
  2549. Life, Death and Taxes: A look at Chevron’s tax appeal in Richmond and how refineries are valued (03/28/12)
  2550. Richmond City Council adjourne… (03/27/12)
  2551. Galileo Club honored by the ci… (03/27/12)
  2552. Richmond’s Charonda Williams, … (03/27/12)
  2553. Richmond-born runner an Olympic hopeful (03/27/12)
  2554. Capt. Gagan’s testimony in the… (03/27/12)
  2555. Richmond police captain describes intimidation, sabotage in department in 2006-7 (03/27/12)
  2556. Blockbuster two days of trial … (03/26/12)
  2557. Latest on the soda tax debate … (03/26/12)
  2558. As Richmond ponders soda tax, United Nations report urges similar taxes (03/26/12)
  2559. What was ritter’s biggest faul… (03/26/12)
  2560. Bart Mart & Deli is now op… (03/26/12)
  2561. Deli, Planned Parenthood fill long-empty retail spaces at Transit Village (03/26/12)
  2562. Rep. George Miller (D-Martinez… (03/23/12)
  2563. Oakland Police Chief Howard Jo… (03/23/12)
  2564. Latest from Richmond PD discri… (03/23/12)
  2565. Dueling economics in Richmond police discrimination suit (03/23/12)
  2566. Student Athletes awarded schol… (03/23/12)
  2567. Athletes awarded scholarships to Texas College (03/23/12)
  2568. The latest from the Richmond P… (03/22/12)
  2569. Retired cops, deputy chief, testify to divisions within Richmond police (03/22/12)
  2570. We have an update on the #sewe… (03/21/12)
  2571. We have an update on the #sewe… (03/21/12)
  2572. Sewage spill in Point Isabel last week no longer a hazard (03/21/12)
  2573. ONS members criticized Corky B… (03/20/12)
  2574. Chevron, Finance Director Jim … (03/20/12)
  2575. In response to questions from … (03/20/12)
  2576. 30-year anniversary of Police … (03/20/12)
  2577. Youth Ambassadors visiting Ric… (03/20/12)
  2578. Save a Life Saturday, April 14… (03/20/12)
  2579. The Women’s track team at Ke… (03/20/12)
  2580. Kennedy High women’s track team making great strides (03/20/12)
  2581. the latest out of the chris ma… (03/20/12)
  2582. High-ranking African American cop comes to Magnus’ defense in discrimination trial (03/20/12)
  2583. http://t.co/iWdE1iRv‘fatter (03/19/12)
  2584. Deputy DA Derek Butts gives ex… (03/19/12)
  2585. Prosecutor reflects on trial, conviction of Joe ‘Fatter’ Blacknell in Richmond gang case (03/19/12)
  2586. There is a lot of gallows humo… (03/19/12)
  2587. USS Iowa in Richmond is a uniq… (03/19/12)
  2588. WWII battleship USS Iowa overhauled in Richmond, becomes floating museum (03/19/12)
  2589. http://t.co/abvkLXBg via @ Mag… (03/18/12)
  2590. EPA rolls out action plan for … (03/18/12)
  2591. Human rights commission host C… (03/18/12)
  2592. Rockets great season ends frid… (03/17/12)
  2593. Rockets lose home playoff game, look to build toward next season (03/17/12)
  2594. 40-49 at halftime. Matrix lea… (03/16/12)
  2595. 10 allen Hester acrobatic 39-4… (03/16/12)
  2596. Davis drives baseline 37-43 5:… (03/16/12)
  2597. Davis another 3. 35-41 7:10 2n… (03/16/12)
  2598. 10:40 2nd (03/16/12)
  2599. TIta Davis hit 3 pointer from … (03/16/12)
  2600. latest in the revealing testim… (03/16/12)
  2601. Chief investigator takes stand in Richmond police discrimination trial (03/16/12)
  2602. Dangerous levels of #DDT are i… (03/16/12)
  2603. Dangerous levels of DDT pollution in the Richmond Harbor (03/16/12)
  2604. Ray Marshall is on the stand i… (03/16/12)
  2605. Bill Lindsay on the stand, hol… (03/16/12)
  2606. City manager calls Magnus ‘good leader,’ credits him for reforms during testimony in discrimination case (03/16/12)
  2607. Updated schedule for the small… (03/15/12)
  2608. Bill Lindsay testified that du… (03/15/12)
  2609. Bill Lindsay has been on witne… (03/15/12)
  2610. Bill Lindsay on stand today in… (03/15/12)
  2611. Out on the Bay: Sea Scout training for young people (03/15/12)
  2612. the latest from the richmond p… (03/14/12)
  2613. Economist testifies in discrimination suit about lost earnings (03/14/12)
  2614. Darrell Wayne Loud Sr.: The ‘Sixth Temptation’ (03/13/12)
  2615. A gathering to celebrate women, community (03/13/12)
  2616. Photo trek: A walk through the Iron Triangle (03/12/12)
  2617. homicide in richmond friday ht… (03/12/12)
  2618. Richmond man shot and killed outside party Friday night (03/12/12)
  2619. William Cantrell, 23, a Richmo… (03/12/12)
  2620. A unique photo journey through… (03/12/12)
  2621. internal discord in richmond p… (03/11/12)
  2622. Testimony in discrimination case centers on internal disagreements in Richmond police (03/11/12)
  2623. 5th annual international women… (03/09/12)
  2624. Joe Blacknell III, 21, is like… (03/09/12)
  2625. HR Manager leslie knight is st… (03/09/12)
  2626. the latest in our immigration … (03/09/12)
  2627. Somewhere to turn: The U visa, a path to citizenship for domestic violence victims (03/09/12)
  2628. Stephen Jaffe responds to alle… (03/09/12)
  2629. Attorneys on both sides of discrimination suit allege shenanigans (03/09/12)
  2630. Blacknell convicted in murder of Marcus Russell, other counts (03/08/12)
  2631. Joe Blacknell was convicted on… (03/08/12)
  2632. We just got word that the jury… (03/08/12)
  2633. A gifted musician paints a sou… (03/08/12)
  2634. New album explores characters, experiences in California cities—including Richmond (03/08/12)
  2635. News in the channel. We’ll Hav… (03/08/12)
  2636. Richmond ranks third in califo… (03/08/12)
  2637. Richmond comes in third in the state during the annual bird count (03/08/12)
  2638. RYSE Center is where it’s at o… (03/07/12)
  2639. First Friday at RYSE Center (03/07/12)
  2640. Event on Saturday for Women’s … (03/07/12)
  2641. Richmond Police department: 19… (03/07/12)
  2642. #magnustrial gets testy this m… (03/07/12)
  2643. Check out this multimedia pack… (03/07/12)
  2644. Richmond’s Wrecking Belles roll out a new season (03/07/12)
  2645. Belles of the Bay (Watch) (03/07/12)
  2646. Belles of the Bay (Read) (03/07/12)
  2647. Belles of the Bay (Listen) (03/07/12)
  2648. Clashes on – and off – the witness stand in Magnus race-discrimination suit (03/07/12)
  2649. Today is the 8th day of delibe… (03/07/12)
  2650. Updated schedule for the small… (03/07/12)
  2651. youth poets meet with the mayo… (03/06/12)
  2652. betty reid soskin’s free tours… (03/06/12)
  2653. Betty Reid-Soskin leads tour of Richmond’s treasures (03/06/12)
  2654. Louise renne authored march 5 … (03/06/12)
  2655. “He knows he could have chosen… (03/06/12)
  2656. Richmond mayor honors local youth poets (03/06/12)
  2657. Jury is in seventh day of deli… (03/06/12)
  2658. Hr manager Leslie Knight is te… (03/06/12)
  2659. pie charts showing demographic… (03/05/12)
  2660. Infographic: Promotions within the Richmond Police Department (03/05/12)
  2661. Sisters in Solidarity, Richmon… (03/05/12)
  2662. To register and get more infor… (03/05/12)
  2663. http://t.co/k0ZyoHz3‘we-scre… (03/04/12)
  2664. http://t.co/klP2ENAZ testimony… (03/04/12)
  2665. Lt. Whitney: ‘We screwed up as an agency’ in ’08 investigations (03/04/12)
  2666. latest from martinez – richmon… (03/02/12)
  2667. Ritter testifieds for a second day in Richmond discrimination suit (03/02/12)
  2668. http://t.co/2542CFg8 was on KP… (03/01/12)
  2669. Former Richmond Police Chiefs … (03/01/12)
  2670. RC on radio with Andres soto h… (03/01/12)
  2671. http://t.co/KhOnxKAt via @ (02/29/12)
  2672. Lori Ritter http://t.co/EVzPGP… (02/29/12)
  2673. Lori Ritter takes stand in dis… (02/29/12)
  2674. An American friend: West Contra Costa’s first immigration detainee visitors program (02/29/12)
  2675. Ritter takes stand, rejects accusations of racist behavior in Richmond discrimination suit (02/29/12)
  2676. Dozens of young men suspected … (02/29/12)
  2677. Youth leaders @Ryse Center hav… (02/29/12)
  2678. Joe “Fatter” Blacknell jury st… (02/29/12)
  2679. Dozens of young men suspected … (02/29/12)
  2680. Richmond’s first Ceasefire “call-in” to debut soon (02/29/12)
  2681. http://t.co/qIXMfITx via @ (02/28/12)
  2682. latest story from chief magnus… (02/28/12)
  2683. Magnus’ last day of testimony delves into a lonely, divisive period atop department in 2006 (02/28/12)
  2684. Jury still deliberating on Joe… (02/28/12)
  2685. Caltrans tweaks plans for 580 onramp closure (02/28/12)
  2686. Letter to the editor: City Councilman Nat Bates (02/27/12)
  2687. Richmond Rockets top 20 in the… (02/27/12)
  2688. What’s the buzz? Urban beekeeping comes to Richmond (02/27/12)
  2689. Lori ritter is expected to tes… (02/27/12)
  2690. great story re: young leaders … (02/27/12)
  2691. Jury receiving pre-deliberatio… (02/27/12)
  2692. Teens and young adults look to forge peace among Richmond’s neighborhoods (02/27/12)
  2693. http://t.co/c2XpkE5Z via @ (02/25/12)
  2694. blacknell trial http://t.co/20… (02/25/12)
  2695. Blacknell trial set to be judg… (02/25/12)
  2696. Closing arguments recount Richmond crime spree, differ on whether Blacknell responsible (02/25/12)
  2697. The incomparable Betty Soskin … (02/25/12)
  2698. Set to take historical tour if… (02/25/12)
  2699. Tomorrow (2/25), 12-3PM: Youth… (02/24/12)
  2700. Latest from the discrimination… (02/24/12)
  2701. Testimony in discrimination suit highlights Richmond promotion demographics (02/24/12)
  2702. http://t.co/0vi7TvGz super par… (02/23/12)
  2703. Doug Harris and youth team doc… (02/23/12)
  2704. Premiere of part 4 in North Richmond film saga draws crowd (02/23/12)
  2705. #Blacknelltrial case gets more… (02/23/12)
  2706. Blacknell’s mother takes stand in Richmond murder case (02/23/12)
  2707. murder of rene “lil g” garcia … (02/23/12)
  2708. North Richmond mourns slain rap artist Rene ‘Lil G’ Garcia (02/23/12)
  2709. Fred Jackson at end of doc: “N… (02/22/12)
  2710. North Richmond history documen… (02/22/12)
  2711. Crossroads: Immigration in the East Bay (02/22/12)
  2712. Blacknell defense opens case, focuses on science and inconsistent witnesses (02/22/12)
  2713. Peter Minkwitz, goodbye http:/… (02/22/12)
  2714. Police responding to numerous … (02/21/12)
  2715. Richmond City Council unanimou… (02/21/12)
  2716. A glimpse into the deep with t… (02/21/12)
  2717. Local divers salvage shipwrecks, keep bay clean (02/21/12)
  2718. #DoriaRobinson’s path from the… (02/20/12)
  2719. Richmond needs a Buddhist: Urban Tilth’s Doria Robinson (02/20/12)
  2720. Get your pet spayed and neuter… (02/20/12)
  2721. East Bay SPCA offers free and low cost spaying and neutering for World Spay Day (02/20/12)
  2722. An Exploration of Our History:… (02/20/12)
  2723. Undocumented workers protest t… (02/18/12)
  2724. Undocumented workers protest their firings from Pacific Steel Casting (02/18/12)
  2725. Lori Ritter’s emails become fo… (02/17/12)
  2726. Testimony in discrimination suit highlights emails of former deputy chief (02/17/12)
  2727. CyberTran’s future looking a b… (02/17/12)
  2728. Richmond detective says Blackn… (02/17/12)
  2729. #blacknelltrial latest evidenc… (02/17/12)
  2730. Richmond detective implicates Blacknell in murders for which he is not charged (02/17/12)
  2731. For CyberTran movement in the right direction, albeit not yet high-speed (02/17/12)
  2732. Richmond gang detective sketch… (02/16/12)
  2733. Latest, a new video on W. Alle… (02/16/12)
  2734. Actor W. Allen Taylor explores the life of his famous disc jockey father (02/16/12)
  2735. Police seek leads in Nystrom E… (02/16/12)
  2736. Police seek leads in Nystrom Elementary vandalism (02/16/12)
  2737. Gang expert testifies in #blac… (02/16/12)
  2738. Richmond gang detective alleges Blacknell built reputation for violence (02/16/12)
  2739. Amid racial strife, Magnus sou… (02/15/12)
  2740. latest on the #magnustrial out… (02/15/12)
  2741. we are following the blacknell… (02/15/12)
  2742. Amid racial strife, Magnus hit resistance in imposing his program (02/15/12)
  2743. Defendant in gang case sturdy … (02/15/12)
  2744. the latest from the gang trial… (02/15/12)
  2745. Despite intense interrogation, Blacknell’s story consistent (02/15/12)
  2746. James Brown rocked Richmond ht… (02/14/12)
  2747. James Brown: the Godfather’s Soul lives on in Richmond (02/14/12)
  2748. nystrom vandalized http://t.co… (02/14/12)
  2749. 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14 at Br… (02/14/12)
  2750. Latest, a new video on the sod… (02/13/12)
  2751. With a soft drink tax on the ballot, Richmond stirs (02/13/12)
  2752. Richmond: do you want to serve… (02/13/12)
  2753. The Craneway Pavilion hosted t… (02/13/12)
  2754. Craneway Pavilion hosts Chocolate and Beer Festival (02/13/12)
  2755. one of the poems Denica Garcia… (02/12/12)
  2756. Denica Garcia, a Salesian High… (02/12/12)
  2757. Rockets are the hottest ticket… (02/11/12)
  2758. Rockets win again, run streak to 10 (02/11/12)
  2759. Rockets up by 20 with Justin B… (02/10/12)
  2760. 27-25 Rockets. This is a battl… (02/10/12)
  2761. Rockets game tonight is big on… (02/10/12)
  2762. Read the latest from Spencer W… (02/10/12)
  2763. Magnus gives lively testimony in discrimination lawsuit (02/10/12)
  2764. Gang murder trial focuses on detectives’ late-night interrogation of Blacknell (02/10/12)
  2765. Magnus trial testimony postpon… (02/10/12)
  2766. “Lawrence Berkeley National La… (02/09/12)
  2767. Story out of #magnustrial in m… (02/09/12)
  2768. Witness’ story of who was in van during Russell murder shifted at least twice (02/09/12)
  2769. Chief takes the stand in discrimination lawsuit (02/09/12)
  2770. New doc features #Richmond and… (02/09/12)
  2771. New documentary series highlights Richmond and Bay Area’s sustainable city planning (02/09/12)
  2772. Feb. 8 is the birthday of Dema… (02/09/12)
  2773. http://t.co/PFMX9rXD Marcus Ru… (02/08/12)
  2774. Autopsy report: Russell died after being shot at least eight times (02/08/12)
  2775. Richmond first city in the state to endorse Millionaire’s Tax (02/08/12)
  2776. latest in the #magnustrial whe… (02/08/12)
  2777. Brown testifies that Richmond chief promoted alleged racist, inflaming tensions (02/08/12)
  2778. one of the slides Councilman R… (02/07/12)
  2779. Richmond just became the first… (02/07/12)
  2780. Richmond city council is discu… (02/07/12)
  2781. Big Brothers Big Sisters of th… (02/07/12)
  2782. #blacknelltrial latest report … (02/07/12)
  2783. Mentors needed for Bay Area youth (02/07/12)
  2784. Richmond murder victim’s mother testifies (02/07/12)
  2785. Proposition 8 struck down in SF today (02/07/12)
  2786. Mayor met with residents frida… (02/06/12)
  2787. Mayor shares Richmond’s year in review, year ahead (02/06/12)
  2788. Richmond activists put up a ba… (02/06/12)
  2789. Richmond’s City Council on Tue… (02/05/12)
  2790. latest on the case #blacknellt… (02/05/12)
  2791. Witnesses recall red van tailing Marcus Russell in days before his murder (02/05/12)
  2792. Meet The 21st Century, a a eig… (02/03/12)
  2793. Bandwidth: Welcome to the 21st Century (02/03/12)
  2794. Plaintiffs cite cliques, exclusion in Magnus descrimination suit (02/03/12)
  2795. EVENT TONIGHT: At 5:30 p.m. in… (02/03/12)
  2796. #northrichmond levees and floo… (02/03/12)
  2797. FEMA’s levee standards may impose extra insurance on North Richmond residents (02/03/12)
  2798. #blacknelltrial with eyewitnes… (02/02/12)
  2799. Witness describes shooting, 2009 death of Marcus Russell (02/02/12)
  2800. Latest report #magnustrial htt… (02/01/12)
  2801. Testimony in Magnus trial focuses on descent into dispute (02/01/12)
  2802. Lt. Shawn Pickett on the stand… (01/31/12)
  2803. http://t.co/Ae1OHEWA The lates… (01/31/12)
  2804. Firearm expert links ammunition at various crime scenes in Blacknell case (01/31/12)
  2805. Interim chiefs step in for Ric… (01/30/12)
  2806. Deputy chiefs leading police department during discrimination lawsuit against Chief Magnus (01/30/12)
  2807. Jenkins testimony continues in discrimination suit (01/28/12)
  2808. 83-67 Richmond Rockets with a … (01/27/12)
  2809. Bandwidth: Alexa Weber-Morales wants to work for you (01/27/12)
  2810. North Richmond biz looking for… (01/27/12)
  2811. Tip-off is 7:30 p.m. at the Ri… (01/27/12)
  2812. D’vondre Woodward represented … (01/27/12)
  2813. MLK Awards: Neighborhood House… (01/27/12)
  2814. Chief Magnus and command staff… (01/27/12)
  2815. Sergeant testifies he was denied promotion in descrimination suit against Chief Magnus (01/27/12)
  2816. Gunshot residue found on sweater of alleged Richmond shooter (01/26/12)
  2817. #Blacknelltrial day 6 http://t… (01/25/12)
  2818. Eyewitness struggles to recall Blacknell at scene of carjacking in Richmond case (01/25/12)
  2819. George Miller broughht Richmon… (01/25/12)
  2820. Joseph Blacknell III is accuse… (01/24/12)
  2821. Richmond city council meeting … (01/24/12)
  2822. http://t.co/GYbiuz3D, Richmond… (01/24/12)
  2823. Police searching for suspect, motive in killing of Richmond college student (01/24/12)
  2824. Ongoing coverage in #blacknell… (01/24/12)
  2825. Witness describes near-fatal gunshot wounds in Richmond, can’t identify attacker (01/24/12)
  2826. Education event tonight, free … (01/23/12)
  2827. Richmond Field Station will be… (01/23/12)
  2828. Richmond Field Station will be second site for Lawrence Berkeley National Labs (01/23/12)
  2829. Lawrence berkeley national lab… (01/23/12)
  2830. Coverage in the trial of the a… (01/23/12)
  2831. Richmond Rockets win big, run streak to five (01/22/12)
  2832. Officer describes chase, shooting in case against alleged killer of area rapper (01/22/12)
  2833. Rockets are about to win their… (01/21/12)
  2834. Tip-off is about to happen at … (01/21/12)
  2835. The next full report from the … (01/20/12)
  2836. Testimony in case of murdered rapper centers on day of bloodshed (01/19/12)
  2837. Sixth Street residents receive renovation makeover (01/19/12)
  2838. Testimony in Blacknell trial r… (01/19/12)
  2839. George Livingston, Richmond leader, laid to rest (01/19/12)
  2840. nat bates requests council adj… (01/18/12)
  2841. case of man accused of terrori… (01/17/12)
  2842. Trial begins in killing of area rapper, Richmond crime spree of ’09 (01/17/12)
  2843. Kathleen Sullivan: “there’s a … (01/17/12)
  2844. Corky Booze to the Human Right… (01/17/12)
  2845. Corky Booze to the Human Right… (01/17/12)
  2846. kathleen sullivan: “young peop… (01/17/12)
  2847. human rights commission oral r… (01/17/12)
  2848. Martin Luther King Jr Day of Service draws a crowd (01/17/12)
  2849. George Livingston viewing draws family, Richmond (01/17/12)
  2850. George Livingston http://t.co… (01/17/12)
  2851. On MLK Day: Remembering Former… (01/16/12)
  2852. Livingston lays in a brown sui… (01/16/12)
  2853. Among those with bouquets besi… (01/16/12)
  2854. George Livingston viewing unti… (01/16/12)
  2855. Richmond Performing Arts Cente… (01/16/12)
  2856. The MLK Day of Service event i… (01/16/12)
  2857. Unity in Richmond http://t.co/… (01/16/12)
  2858. Marching in honor of King; linking Richmond (01/16/12)
  2859. Kennedy high gym renamed in honor of ‘Dolly’ (01/15/12)
  2860. Richmond’s MLK weekend is pack… (01/14/12)
  2861. Local students march in honor of King (01/14/12)
  2862. Post story on tomorrow’s unity… (01/13/12)
  2863. Unity march in Richmond in hon… (01/13/12)
  2864. Rally for MLK at MLK park righ… (01/13/12)
  2865. Solar rebates in Richmond -rea… (01/13/12)
  2866. Richmond program installing solar panels with help of local labor (01/13/12)
  2867. George Livingston will lay at … (01/13/12)
  2868. MLK March for Peace today! Mee… (01/13/12)
  2869. Congressman George Miller stop… (01/13/12)
  2870. Congressman Miller visits Richmond schools (01/13/12)
  2871. http://t.co/9CGAvTlH The story… (01/12/12)
  2872. The photos and story on George… (01/12/12)
  2873. A life: Former Richmond Mayor George Livingston (01/11/12)
  2874. The latest, with plenty of bac… (01/11/12)
  2875. Talks break down, Richmond North Shoreline plan in limbo (01/11/12)
  2876. Richmond residents including D… (01/10/12)
  2877. Multiple measures on North Sho… (01/10/12)
  2878. Whitney Dotson makes a late ap… (01/10/12)
  2879. Richmond City Council has been… (01/10/12)
  2880. @sinaa23 follow us please @ric… (01/09/12)
  2881. Be sure to like our facebook p… (01/09/12)
  2882. Our latest story, with detaile… (01/09/12)
  2883. Mixed results, but downward trajectory of violent crime in Richmond continued in 2011 (01/09/12)
  2884. Tattoo artists ink ‘for a cause’ at Craneway (01/09/12)
  2885. Councilmen host breakfast for local ministers (01/08/12)
  2886. George Livingston, Richmond’s … (01/07/12)
  2887. Story of Richmond resident who… (01/06/12)
  2888. Richmond man faces more than 2… (01/06/12)
  2889. Richmond man accused of ’09 crime spree set to face trial (01/06/12)
  2890. News crews in the inner harbor… (01/05/12)
  2891. Another of our year’s best pho… (01/05/12)
  2892. One of our photos of the year:… (01/05/12)
  2893. The year in pictures – Richmon… (01/05/12)
  2894. Richmond 2011: Images of a time and place (01/05/12)
  2895. City officials celebrate frien… (01/04/12)
  2896. City officials celebrate friendship, new trade possibilities, with Asian sister cities (01/04/12)
  2897. Richmond’s busy week http://t…. (01/03/12)
  2898. The must-see roundup of the si… (12/31/11)
  2899. Richmond 2011: The year in review (12/31/11)
  2900. @riconfidential in december, i… (12/29/11)
  2901. Richmond, please reply with yo… (12/29/11)
  2902. A new law going will ban all r… (12/28/11)
  2903. Statewide legislation to ban roadside animal sales (12/28/11)
  2904. Councilmembers Nat Bates and C… (12/28/11)
  2905. After their Dec. 22 blowout of… (12/26/11)
  2906. Workers fired from foundry, community provides support (12/23/11)
  2907. Trying to ease tensions in Ric… (12/22/11)
  2908. Public safety leaders seek peace – among themselves (12/22/11)
  2909. Man wounded in officer-involved shooting near Hilltop Mall (12/21/11)
  2910. Nonfatal shooting near hilltop… (12/21/11)
  2911. Schoolchildren take home toys from 23rd Street Merchants Association (12/21/11)
  2912. The 23rd Street Merchants Asso… (12/20/11)
  2913. New social service group hosts outreach at Nevin Park (12/19/11)
  2914. charlie reid christmas in rich… (12/19/11)
  2915. Charlie Reid Christmas draws huge Richmond crowd (12/19/11)
  2916. Charlie Reid Christmas giveawa… (12/18/11)
  2917. Kids in Richmond ‘shop with co… (12/17/11)
  2918. Richmond kids ‘Shop with a Cop’ (12/17/11)
  2919. Santa came to Verde in North R… (12/16/11)
  2920. Santa returns to Verde Elementary in North Richmond (12/16/11)
  2921. Interested in learning more ab… (12/16/11)
  2922. Third Thursday art walk showcases local talent (12/16/11)
  2923. Orchestra at Grace Lutheran th… (12/16/11)
  2924. Grace Lutheran event Saturday looks to sustain youth music (12/16/11)
  2925. Richmond protesters trek to Ma… (12/15/11)
  2926. Protesters descend on Chevron tax hearings (12/15/11)
  2927. Candy Cane Classic Basketball Tournament to be held this weekend (12/15/11)
  2928. Local volunteers bring ‘Christmas in Richmond’ (12/15/11)
  2929. Richmond protesters in front o… (12/15/11)
  2930. Consider adopting a pet for th… (12/15/11)
  2931. We have an update on the tug b… (12/15/11)
  2932. Crews continue cleaning oil from sunken tugboat (12/15/11)
  2933. Before you buy, adopt: Give a Richmond pet a home for the holidays (12/14/11)
  2934. Huge Christmas party with gift… (12/14/11)
  2935. Christmas party and free gifts Sunday in the name of Charlie Reid (12/14/11)
  2936. We appreciate the feedback on … (12/13/11)
  2937. Fred Thompson was a Richmond n… (12/13/11)
  2938. An appreciation for Richmond native and Oregon State football player Fred Thompson (12/13/11)
  2939. A Richmond resident and local … (12/13/11)
  2940. Local educator honored at the White House (12/13/11)
  2941. Please read the inside story o… (12/12/11)
  2942. City Council moves forward with soda tax (12/12/11)
  2943. Marquis Hamilton: Recollections of a life lost (12/11/11)
  2944. Reporter Lexi Pandell has an u… (12/08/11)
  2945. Teen killed, another injured during attempted home-invasion robbery (12/08/11)
  2946. Richmond approves three more m… (12/08/11)
  2947. City approves three medical marijuana collectives (12/08/11)
  2948. Funeral services for 20-year-o… (12/08/11)
  2949. North Richmond mourns Marquis Hamilton (12/08/11)
  2950. Is Kaiser Permanente breaking … (12/08/11)
  2951. Union files request with state over Kaiser staffing (12/08/11)
  2952. Foiled home invasion in Richmo… (12/08/11)
  2953. Oregon State football player w… (12/08/11)
  2954. What does a Casper’s hot dog m… (12/07/11)
  2955. What a Caspers hot dog means to Richmond (12/07/11)
  2956. The Richmond City Council vote… (12/07/11)
  2957. Veolia will be leaving Richmond (12/07/11)
  2958. Funeral for Marquis Hamilton, … (12/07/11)
  2959. Employees with the West Contra… (12/07/11)
  2960. WCCUSD Union Members protest Benefit cuts (12/07/11)
  2961. Richmond’s waste management pr… (12/06/11)
  2962. Waste authority, Republic Services tussle about who controls garbage (12/06/11)
  2963. Check our intimate look at hom… (12/06/11)
  2964. Richmond family tries homeschooling for a year (12/06/11)
  2965. The Richmond Police Department… (12/06/11)
  2966. Weekend shooting suspect arrested (12/06/11)
  2967. Group plans to offer services to youth, locals in crisis (12/06/11)
  2968. Ever wonder what Richmond’s ar… (12/05/11)
  2969. Art Behind Doors (12/05/11)
  2970. History lovers, this one’s for… (12/04/11)
  2971. Learning from the past to restore the present (12/04/11)
  2972. One Richmond (12/03/11)
  2973. Mourning lives lost in Richmond, 2011 (12/03/11)
  2974. About 20 people gathering with… (12/02/11)
  2975. I am Richmond (12/02/11)
  2976. Play stresses HIV awareness to teens (12/02/11)
  2977. Richmond pays $1.5 million to family of mentally ill man who died in police custody (12/01/11)
  2978. Debate stirs over two-year on-ramp closure (12/01/11)
  2979. Richmond youth share stories of struggle and hope (11/30/11)
  2980. Young Athlete brings hope to Richmond (11/30/11)
  2981. Featured artist: Clockmaker Steve Hurst (11/30/11)
  2982. North Richmond man slain, city police on alert (11/29/11)
  2983. Healthy Steps: A hospital administrator’s struggle to save Doctors Medical Center (11/28/11)
  2984. A morning at Golden Gate Fields: Thoroughbreds, luck and the future of Northern California racing (11/27/11)
  2985. Battling obesity in Richmond’s Iron Triangle (11/26/11)
  2986. Shop Richmond: support local businesses this holiday season (11/24/11)
  2987. “Ban the box” resolution passes, fracas erupts at City Council meeting (11/23/11)
  2988. Veolia discusses evacuation plans with the City Council (11/23/11)
  2989. Cranberry Almond Goat Cheese Log (11/22/11)
  2990. Homemade Eggnog (11/22/11)
  2991. Flourless Chocolate Cake (11/22/11)
  2992. Rich-Con Cooks! (11/22/11)
  2993. Tofu Potato Salad (11/22/11)
  2994. Moroccan Couscous (11/22/11)
  2995. Apple Parsnip Soup (11/22/11)
  2996. Southern Italian Braciole (11/22/11)
  2997. Pumpkin Scones (11/22/11)
  2998. Sweet Potato Pie (11/22/11)
  2999. Baklava (11/22/11)
  3000. Gluten-free Cranberry Scones (11/22/11)
  3001. Spanakopita (11/22/11)
  3002. LBNL delays decision on second campus until early 2012 (11/22/11)
  3003. SS Red Oak Victory hosts Veterans Day celebration (11/22/11)
  3004. Waterfront restaurant hosts Thanksgiving for homeless (11/21/11)
  3005. Season’s feast coming to New Gethsemane Church (11/21/11)
  3006. Public salaries outpace residents’ income levels (11/20/11)
  3007. Richmond Rockets suffer first loss to San Francisco Rumble (11/19/11)
  3008. The San Francisco Rumble defea… (11/18/11)
  3009. Rumble leads Rockets 100-95 wi… (11/18/11)
  3010. Rumble leads Rockets 96-95 2 m… (11/18/11)
  3011. Tie game, Rockets vs. Rumble, … (11/18/11)
  3012. Rockets lose the lead with 4:3… (11/18/11)
  3013. Top of the 4th period and the … (11/18/11)
  3014. Rockets still ahead 70-59 over… (11/18/11)
  3015. SF Rumble narrows the Rockets’… (11/18/11)
  3016. “Is anybody tired?” -Rockets C… (11/18/11)
  3017. Rockets at half-time against S… (11/18/11)
  3018. Half-time score: 59-45 Rockets… (11/18/11)
  3019. Richmond crowd jeering Rumble … (11/18/11)
  3020. #richmondrockets lead #sfrumbl… (11/18/11)
  3021. 8 minutes left in the 2nd quar… (11/18/11)
  3022. End of first quarter and Rocke… (11/18/11)
  3023. Time out Rumble; Rockets lead … (11/18/11)
  3024. Rockets up 22-5 on SF Rumble 5… (11/18/11)
  3025. Rockets lead SF Rumble 6-5 as … (11/18/11)
  3026. The Richmond Rockets are getti… (11/18/11)
  3027. Tonight’s game is going to be … (11/18/11)
  3028. Dejean Middle school students visit Slide Ranch (11/18/11)
  3029. Civil rights lawsuit against city, police chief drags on (11/17/11)
  3030. Council re-affirms support for Occupy (11/17/11)
  3031. Why few grocery stores come to Richmond (11/17/11)
  3032. North Richmond drive-by shooting kills one, ends peaceful streak (11/16/11)
  3033. ‘Cyber-banging’: From Richmond’s streets to Web (11/16/11)
  3034. Voters pass parcel tax for Doctors Medical Center (11/16/11)
  3035. Part 1 of our 2 part series wi… (11/15/11)
  3036. The ‘prince’ of North Richmond’s projects (11/15/11)
  3037. Residents near S. 47th and Wal… (11/15/11)
  3038. The school district gives Rich… (11/15/11)
  3039. Small gas leak creeps into Richmond over weekend (11/15/11)
  3040. School district provides tools to build a bully-resistant child (11/15/11)
  3041. Point Richmond restaurateur earns entrepreneur award (11/14/11)
  3042. Pimps as Predators: Richmond Police seeing prostitutes in a new light (11/14/11)
  3043. At the public hospital and sports centers, vending machines are healthier (11/13/11)
  3044. Prostitution in Richmond — a… (11/13/11)
  3045. A RichCon reporter covers the … (11/12/11)
  3046. Piedmont defeats Kennedy, keeping Eagles from playoffs (11/12/11)
  3047. More than 90 protestors gather… (11/11/11)
  3048. Occupy Richmond gains momentum (11/11/11)
  3049. Correction:Richmond Council me… (11/11/11)
  3050. The city and county have insta… (11/11/11)
  3051. A San Jose St. student discuss… (11/11/11)
  3052. http://t.co/1IgpWt5R – Richmon… (11/11/11)
  3053. http://t.co/1IgpWt5R (11/11/11)
  3054. Update on the Lawrence Berkele… (11/11/11)
  3055. Richmond Confidential reporter… (11/11/11)
  3056. Correction: tweet about #Chevr… (11/11/11)
  3057. Mayor McLaughlin said, City of… (11/11/11)
  3058. LBNL community members support Richmond (11/11/11)
  3059. Mayor McLaughlin said of #Chev… (11/11/11)
  3060. A Richmond poet recites his po… (11/11/11)
  3061. Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughli… (11/11/11)
  3062. Protesters in Richmond chant, … (11/11/11)
  3063. Richmond teacher addresses con… (11/11/11)
  3064. Protesters chant, “Tell me wha… (11/11/11)
  3065. Speaker says the 99 percent is… (11/11/11)
  3066. This is the best debut: Richmo… (11/11/11)
  3067. San Jose St. masters student f… (11/11/11)
  3068. Speaker says “need to find way… (11/11/11)
  3069. Woman says her home was forecl… (11/11/11)
  3070. Rockets blast off: team wins first game of the season (11/11/11)
  3071. Richmond #occupy protestors gi… (11/11/11)
  3072. Speaker discusses #veteran iss… (11/11/11)
  3073. Speaker discusses #veteran iss… (11/11/11)
  3074. A crowd gathers in the Richmon… (11/11/11)
  3075. A Richmond pastor says “we are… (11/11/11)
  3076. A speaker addresses crowd abou… (11/11/11)
  3077. Richmond Confidential reporter… (11/11/11)
  3078. The launching ceremony of the … (11/11/11)
  3079. Richmond High lost last night … (11/11/11)
  3080. Richmond High caps season with another loss but looks ahead to next year (11/11/11)
  3081. Final score: 37-31, Piedmont H… (11/10/11)
  3082. Rockets win 78-71!!!!! (11/10/11)
  3083. Field goal for Piedmont puts t… (11/10/11)
  3084. Kennedy nabs TD, extra point w… (11/10/11)
  3085. 34-24, Piedmont leads Kennedy … (11/10/11)
  3086. Piedmont scores another TD, pu… (11/10/11)
  3087. Rockets get stronger in 3rd qu… (11/10/11)
  3088. Kennedy scores TD, extra point… (11/10/11)
  3089. A fumble by Kennedy puts posse… (11/10/11)
  3090. Half-time here at Piedmont Hig… (11/10/11)
  3091. Piedmont Highlanders with anot… (11/10/11)
  3092. Piedmont nails extra point, 20… (11/10/11)
  3093. TD by Piedmont edges them ahea… (11/10/11)
  3094. Rockets already in the lead! #… (11/10/11)
  3095. Piedmont snags a TD pass on Ke… (11/10/11)
  3096. http://t.co/VTGuLEpO (11/10/11)
  3097. TD + extra point by Piedmont p… (11/10/11)
  3098. Rockets introduced …. tip of… (11/10/11)
  3099. A fumble on Piedmont turns int… (11/10/11)
  3100. Touchdown Eagles, No. 33 Jacob… (11/10/11)
  3101. Kennedy and Piedmont have kick… (11/10/11)
  3102. #richmondrockets blast off in … (11/10/11)
  3103. Richmond Rockets play their ho… (11/10/11)
  3104. Kennedy Eagles find their wings (11/10/11)
  3105. Childhood obesity in Richmond … (11/10/11)
  3106. Childhood obesity in Contra Costa on the rise (11/10/11)
  3107. Is Richmond a “food desert?” R… (11/10/11)
  3108. Richmond’s first food policy council meets (11/10/11)
  3109. Protesters are setting up a te… (11/10/11)
  3110. Photo of sproul plaza now. Pro… (11/09/11)
  3111. A cal police officer says ther… (11/09/11)
  3112. Line of police in helmets keep… (11/09/11)
  3113. Ppl trickling into sproul plaz… (11/09/11)
  3114. Officer said, in his opinion, … (11/09/11)
  3115. Spoke to an officer a few minu… (11/09/11)
  3116. Crowd of a few hundred on spro… (11/09/11)
  3117. RichCon reporters are on Sprou… (11/09/11)
  3118. Tomorrow 7:30pm at Civic Cente… (11/09/11)
  3119. Reporter Byron Wilkes has an u… (11/09/11)
  3120. It’s game time: Richmond Rockets debut Thursday (11/09/11)
  3121. Contra Costa County realignment inmate numbers higher than predicted (11/09/11)
  3122. Hotel Mac Restaurant and Bar t… (11/09/11)
  3123. Hotel Mac Restaurant and Bar celebrates 100 years (11/09/11)
  3124. Check out Richmond’s youth ten… (11/09/11)
  3125. Donation gives youth tennis program a boost (11/09/11)
  3126. A young businesswoman takes a … (11/08/11)
  3127. Coming of age and coming into her own: the story of a Richmond beauty salon (11/08/11)
  3128. Workers unloaded 888 Subarus a… (11/08/11)
  3129. Subaru makes its Port of Richmond debut (11/08/11)
  3130. Chevron announced $1 million i… (11/08/11)
  3131. Chevron announces $1 million in grants (11/08/11)
  3132. Watching the #richmondrockets … (11/08/11)
  3133. Life is short, why not a water… (11/08/11)
  3134. 42 years after Roland Formica … (11/08/11)
  3135. Peace, love and waterbeds: Richmond’s best sleep (11/08/11)
  3136. A company with local roots bre… (11/07/11)
  3137. Richmond packaging company confronts Styrofoam head on (11/07/11)
  3138. An apparent street race Sunday… (11/07/11)
  3139. Sunday crash leaves one driver dead, another arrested (11/07/11)
  3140. What happened at the Plan for … (11/07/11)
  3141. Environmental inequalities are hot topic at Richmond sustainability conference (11/07/11)
  3142. Richmond Police Chief Chris Ma… (11/06/11)
  3143. Police Chief Magnus visits Richmond Confidential (11/06/11)
  3144. Kennedy played their last home… (11/05/11)
  3145. Eagles keep heads high despite big loss (11/05/11)
  3146. Mystery of the two cars pulled out of the marina may remain unsolved (11/04/11)
  3147. If you need school children to… (11/04/11)
  3148. Shelter-in-place drill in full effect at King Elementary (11/04/11)
  3149. Need a top-notch titanium fram… (11/04/11)
  3150. Metal to masterpiece: Paragon Machine Works (11/04/11)
  3151. Richmond police officers helpe… (11/04/11)
  3152. Richmond police provide back up at Occupy Oakland general strike (11/04/11)
  3153. A marine flew into Oakland yes… (11/03/11)
  3154. Marine flies in from NJ to take part in Occupy Oakland protest (11/03/11)
  3155. The City Council approved its … (11/03/11)
  3156. Talking about RichmondBUILD gr… (11/03/11)
  3157. “The idea that those w/ low ac… (11/03/11)
  3158. Local officials and nonprofit … (11/03/11)
  3159. “Richmond is the right-size ci… (11/03/11)
  3160. City Council adopts Bicycle Master Plan and Pedestrian plan (11/03/11)
  3161. In Richmond, teens have an ove… (11/03/11)
  3162. “Where you live matters,” Dr. … (11/03/11)
  3163. Cost of poverty in Bay Area: E… (11/03/11)
  3164. “it’s not enough to point to i… (11/03/11)
  3165. The West Contra Costa Unified … (11/03/11)
  3166. Highway infrastructure gets ab… (11/03/11)
  3167. People can get unemployment be… (11/03/11)
  3168. Fingerprinting parties make it easy for parents to volunteer (11/03/11)
  3169. Technology training program gr… (11/03/11)
  3170. More funding options for emerg… (11/03/11)
  3171. Advocates, social entrepreneur… (11/03/11)
  3172. In Richmond, community members… (11/03/11)
  3173. Break out sessions at the Live… (11/03/11)
  3174. Plan for a Sustainable and Liv… (11/03/11)
  3175. Richmond’s RYSE Center turns t… (11/03/11)
  3176. RYSE Center turns three (11/03/11)
  3177. Federal agency reps will meet … (11/02/11)
  3178. Richmond to host major meeting on environmental justice (11/02/11)
  3179. The 99 percent is occupying it… (11/02/11)
  3180. Occupy Richmond goes marching by (11/02/11)
  3181. Security guard accused of shooting supervisor pleads not guilty (11/02/11)
  3182. A group students in Richmond h… (11/02/11)
  3183. Ivy League Connection gives local youth an academic edge (11/02/11)
  3184. Fire Department investigating home explosion (11/01/11)
  3185. Two cars were pulled from the … (11/01/11)
  3186. A Richmond mystery: The case of the two cars in the marina (11/01/11)
  3187. Light rail as religious experi… (10/31/11)
  3188. Light rail as religious experi… (10/31/11)
  3189. CyberTran: Small start-up has big dreams (10/31/11)
  3190. South Richmond’s Independent C… (10/31/11)
  3191. Richmond church celebrates history of service (10/31/11)
  3192. Race, war, nationality – Richm… (10/29/11)
  3193. Richmond Writes! Poets present their work at city council (10/29/11)
  3194. Eagles dominate their homecoming game, 52-19 (10/29/11)
  3195. Rich Con reporter Wendi Jonass… (10/28/11)
  3196. Walker scores yet another TD f… (10/28/11)
  3197. Walker scores another for Kenn… (10/28/11)
  3198. 6 minutes in the fourth quarte… (10/28/11)
  3199. Correction on last tweet: extr… (10/28/11)
  3200. Walker intercepts to put Eagle… (10/28/11)
  3201. Kennedy Eagles nail field goal… (10/28/11)
  3202. Kennedy goes into second half … (10/28/11)
  3203. Walker scores again, putting K… (10/28/11)
  3204. K. Walker scores to put Kenned… (10/28/11)
  3205. Albany pulls ahead of Kennedy,… (10/28/11)
  3206. Kennedy and Albany game at 14-… (10/28/11)
  3207. This is down to the wire … B… (10/28/11)
  3208. Thanks Richmond, now wait for Berkeley lab decision (10/28/11)
  3209. Got drugs? Here’s your chance … (10/28/11)
  3210. Richmond participates in drug drop-off (10/28/11)
  3211. A few tips for having a fun an… (10/28/11)
  3212. Happy Halloween: Tips for a fun and safe holiday (10/28/11)
  3213. Football game tonight! Don’t f… (10/28/11)
  3214. West CoCo school district enco… (10/28/11)
  3215. District encourages parental involvement in education at conference this Saturday (10/28/11)
  3216. Marin Energy Authority could p… (10/27/11)
  3217. Main Energy Authority could pr… (10/27/11)
  3218. New energy supplier looks to partner with city (10/27/11)
  3219. CoCo County speeds up response… (10/27/11)
  3220. County EMS unveils new stroke response system (10/27/11)
  3221. Richmond Police Chief apologiz… (10/27/11)
  3222. Richmond Police Chief sends letter of apology in regard to City Hall fistfight (10/27/11)
  3223. Housing discrimination in Rich… (10/27/11)
  3224. Test suggests discrimination against African Americans in search of rental housing (10/27/11)
  3225. Contra Costa Realignment Commi… (10/27/11)
  3226. Contra Costa Realignment Commi… (10/27/11)
  3227. Projection rate for post-Oct. … (10/27/11)
  3228. Contra Costa Probation Chief P… (10/27/11)
  3229. Thus far into realignment, 15 … (10/27/11)
  3230. Empty beds in the county for m… (10/27/11)
  3231. “What we thought was going to … (10/27/11)
  3232. Contra Costa County’s Public S… (10/27/11)
  3233. @riconfidential spent the nigh… (10/27/11)
  3234. There’s a full house tonight a… (10/26/11)
  3235. Richmond played a part in #Occ… (10/26/11)
  3236. Richmond Police called to Occupy Oakland protest (10/26/11)
  3237. Just listed myself at http://t… (10/26/11)
  3238. Nevin Park 3-on-3 tournament d… (10/26/11)
  3239. Nevin Park 3-on-3 tournament draws healthy competition (10/26/11)
  3240. How do you think we can improv… (10/25/11)
  3241. Community members provide input at the beginning stages of Richmond’s Climate Action Plan (10/25/11)
  3242. We’ve got the story behind the… (10/25/11)
  3243. Office of Neighborhood Safety proponents discuss City Hall fistfight, moving forward (10/25/11)
  3244. Here they go again. Chevron an… (10/25/11)
  3245. Chevron blames Richmond regulations, calls the county inept, as property tax hearing opens (10/25/11)
  3246. In the spirit of Halloween, we… (10/25/11)
  3247. Cohn-Stone Studios opens its doors to the public (10/25/11)
  3248. Psst…Hey readers, we want to… (10/24/11)
  3249. Can’t keep our Oilers down. Ri… (10/24/11)
  3250. Richmond High Oiler Jorge Diaz doing well after concussion (10/24/11)
  3251. Graffiti: public art or taggin… (10/24/11)
  3252. From anti-graffiti to anti-tag: Richmond considering new graffiti ordinance (10/24/11)
  3253. Richmond police are teaming up… (10/24/11)
  3254. Police partner with local group home providers (10/24/11)
  3255. Look for the new trees planted… (10/24/11)
  3256. Neighbors celebrate Arbor Day and honor the victim of a hit and run (10/24/11)
  3257. Our second newsletter just wen… (10/23/11)
  3258. The Chevron/Richmond tax dispu… (10/23/11)
  3259. Hearing opens Monday on Chevron’s $58 million property tax appeal (10/23/11)
  3260. Update: Richmond High School j… (10/22/11)
  3261. Reporter Alexis Kenyon hard at… (10/22/11)
  3262. Rondalla del Sagrado Corazon p… (10/22/11)
  3263. Environmental conservation or … (10/22/11)
  3264. Planning Commission deadlocks over north shore zoning recommendation (10/22/11)
  3265. Oilers persevere after concuss… (10/22/11)
  3266. A concussion shortchanges the Oilers, but they still fight (10/22/11)
  3267. “Fellas, you played the way … (10/22/11)
  3268. Eagles bulldoze Indians (10/22/11)
  3269. Richmond-based artist shows work at SOMArts Gallery (10/21/11)
  3270. The Mock Trial Program at Kenn… (10/21/11)
  3271. Mock Trial now in session at Kennedy High (10/21/11)
  3272. Follow up to the South Richmon… (10/21/11)
  3273. Residents describe shooting rampage in South Richmond apartment complex (10/21/11)
  3274. Marilyn Langlois compares the … (10/20/11)
  3275. Marilyn Langlois reflects on her recent trip to Haiti (10/20/11)
  3276. Award-winning, children’s myst… (10/20/11)
  3277. Richmond library hosts children’s mystery writer (10/20/11)
  3278. Lunch break! Maggie Beidelman … (10/20/11)
  3279. The Lunch Special (10/20/11)
  3280. A shoot-out in Richmond led to… (10/20/11)
  3281. Police capture man suspected in shooting spree (10/20/11)
  3282. A fistfight last Friday at Cit… (10/19/11)
  3283. City Hall fistfight catalyst for debate between Office of Neighborhood Safety and critics (10/19/11)
  3284. Last night’s Council meeting d… (10/19/11)
  3285. Council, and democracy, take time (10/19/11)
  3286. The Brazilian Coffeehouse & Re… (10/19/11)
  3287. New Brazilian café: from family crisis to family business (10/19/11)
  3288. Hey Richmond! Your family coul… (10/18/11)
  3289. Affordable internet comes to Richmond (10/18/11)
  3290. New gene therapy treatment for… (10/18/11)
  3291. Richmond bioscience company makes strides in HIV research (10/18/11)
  3292. Congratulations to all those w… (10/17/11)
  3293. Check out a video summary of t… (10/17/11)
  3294. Checkout Richmond Confidential… (10/17/11)
  3295. Fun run on the Home Front (10/17/11)
  3296. East Bay Center for Performing Arts celebrates local hip hop culture (10/17/11)
  3297. City Hall closed last Friday a… (10/17/11)
  3298. City Hall briefly closes after fistfight in ONS office (10/17/11)
  3299. Congratulations to Tania Puli… (10/17/11)
  3300. Richmond native Tania Pulido wins national award for youth activism (10/17/11)
  3301. ShotSpotter monitors the gunsh… (10/17/11)
  3302. ShotSpotter grows, maintains confidence of police leaders (10/17/11)
  3303. New affordable housing in the … (10/17/11)
  3304. Affordable housing opens in the Iron Triangle, targeting those in need (10/17/11)
  3305. Saint Mary’s pulls through, defeats Kennedy (10/17/11)
  3306. Oilers suffer another defeat (10/14/11)
  3307. Chevron, big corporations disc… (10/14/11)
  3308. Chevron, big corporations discussed at Occupy Richmond (10/14/11)
  3309. Richmond struggles to provide … (10/14/11)
  3310. Richmond struggles to provide public Internet access, but computers proliferate (10/14/11)
  3311. The underground club “Bee Hive… (10/14/11)
  3312. Major water pipeline proposed … (10/14/11)
  3313. Major water pipeline proposed for 23rd Street (10/14/11)
  3314. City requires “Bee Hive” repairs, owner requests time extension (10/13/11)
  3315. Richmond offers new rebates for energy efficient homes (10/13/11)
  3316. “Occupy Wall Street” comes to … (10/13/11)
  3317. “Occupy Wall Street” comes to Richmond (10/13/11)
  3318. Richmond, meet your new basket… (10/12/11)
  3319. Richmond, meet your new basketball team (10/12/11)
  3320. An in-depth look at Homelessne… (10/12/11)
  3321. What are the new skills youth … (10/12/11)
  3322. Homeless in Richmond: The story of one man who must leave the street he calls home (10/12/11)
  3323. Richmond Explorers set bar high at state competition (10/12/11)
  3324. Lincoln Elementary is making g… (10/11/11)
  3325. District seeks to close achievement gap (10/11/11)
  3326. Green tech start-up enters the world of venture capitalism (10/11/11)
  3327. Richmond spends 1.8 million on… (10/11/11)
  3328. City spends 1.8 million on transMETRO despite disputes (10/11/11)
  3329. Dorothea Lange returns to Richmond (10/10/11)
  3330. Shoreline Festival brings out hundreds and raises awareness about shoreline conservation (10/10/11)
  3331. Archive.org founder talks free wifi with Richmond officials (10/10/11)
  3332. Local teens escape to new video game store (10/10/11)
  3333. Kennedy Eagles dominate St. Pa… (10/09/11)
  3334. Kennedy Eagles overwhelm St. Patrick-St. Vincent Bruins (10/09/11)
  3335. Plans for Richmond’s north sho… (10/07/11)
  3336. North-shore zoning dispute hits crux at Planning Commission hearing (10/07/11)
  3337. Thanks to @somarts !! Look for… (10/07/11)
  3338. Check out the reopening of the… (10/07/11)
  3339. East Bay Center celebrates reopening (10/07/11)
  3340. See what takes place behind th… (10/07/11)
  3341. Waking up in Richmond to Catahoula Coffee (10/07/11)
  3342. Check out the recap of West Co… (10/06/11)
  3343. Residents told to expect flaring as Chevron refinery begins maintenance (10/06/11)
  3344. School Board recognizes Hispanic Heritage Month (10/06/11)
  3345. Richmond’s daytime curfew hold… (10/06/11)
  3346. Daytime curfew enforces accountability (10/06/11)
  3347. Chevron refinery general manag… (10/06/11)
  3348. City Council praises refinery’s general manager but criticizes Chevron (10/06/11)
  3349. Richmond could operate up to f… (10/05/11)
  3350. Amended ordinance expands permits for medical marijuana collectives to four (10/05/11)
  3351. Find out why Richmond’s city a… (10/05/11)
  3352. City attorney Randy Riddle will step down (10/05/11)
  3353. Check out footage from the gra… (10/04/11)
  3354. Scenes from the grand opening of Richmond’s Spokeshop Bike Lounge (10/04/11)
  3355. Funding for Richmond’s pavemen… (10/04/11)
  3356. Rough road ahead: Richmond’s pavement program to suffer budget cuts (10/04/11)
  3357. Richmond is offering free sola… (10/04/11)
  3358. Richmond offers free, discounted solar — but will residents bite? (10/04/11)
  3359. Read about the struggles undoc… (10/04/11)
  3360. Kicked to the curb: Undocumented residents’ struggle to stay behind the wheel (10/04/11)
  3361. Timeline: Brief History of California Prisons (10/03/11)
  3362. Contra Costa homeless shelters unsure about effects of realignment (10/03/11)
  3363. Richmond moves to ban the box (10/03/11)
  3364. Release Point: California’s Overcrowded Prisons (10/03/11)
  3365. Changing California’s prison population (10/03/11)
  3366. Prison realignment went into e… (10/02/11)
  3367. Spokeshop Bike Lounge opens to… (10/01/11)
  3368. After three years of dreaming, Spokeshop bike lounge opens its doors (10/01/11)
  3369. Highlights from last nights Ri… (10/01/11)
  3370. Richmond players persevere, but Hercules takes the win (10/01/11)
  3371. Chevron surprises first grader… (09/30/11)
  3372. Lincoln Elementary suprised by Chevron (09/30/11)
  3373. Check out Surrender ROW, Satur… (09/30/11)
  3374. Surrender ROW comes to Richmond (09/30/11)
  3375. Maritime Child Development Cen… (09/30/11)
  3376. A World War II preschool rings again with children’s shouts (09/30/11)
  3377. 2,000 slot machines, 55 table … (09/30/11)
  3378. North Richmond casino remains a quiet possibility (09/30/11)
  3379. What’s new in Richmond City Co… (09/30/11)
  3380. City Council’s uneasy calm (09/30/11)
  3381. If you’re into Richmond histor… (09/29/11)
  3382. Local author makes it cool to read again (09/29/11)
  3383. Animal rights supporters were … (09/29/11)
  3384. Richmond bans the sale of live chickens (09/29/11)
  3385. Golden Gate Organics has expan… (09/29/11)
  3386. Produce delivery company grows into Richmond (09/29/11)
  3387. there’s an ongoing contest in … (09/29/11)
  3388. Police still seeking suspect i… (09/28/11)
  3389. Police still seeking suspect in hit-and-run (09/28/11)
  3390. Who will be the legitimate lea… (09/28/11)
  3391. North Richmond’s struggle to decide who will lead (09/28/11)
  3392. Step out of your comfort zone … (09/28/11)
  3393. East Bay Center reopens, provides second home for young Richmond artists (09/28/11)
  3394. The Office of Neighborhood Saf… (09/27/11)
  3395. ONS returns from South Africa with new goals (09/27/11)
  3396. Robin Thicke and other music s… (09/27/11)
  3397. If you’re lunching in Point Ri… (09/27/11)
  3398. Richmond youth shine at star-studded concert (09/27/11)
  3399. Residents came together in Nor… (09/27/11)
  3400. Talking gun-violence in North Richmond (09/27/11)
  3401. Come meet us at the West Side … (09/27/11)
  3402. Join Richmond Confidential rep… (09/26/11)
  3403. Richmond Confidential is tryin… (09/26/11)
  3404. It appears as though our West … (09/26/11)
  3405. Message in a bottle found, looking for author (09/26/11)
  3406. A Contra Costa County woman wa… (09/26/11)
  3407. Contra Costa County woman recovering from West Nile (09/26/11)
  3408. Expenditure plan to provide an… (09/26/11)
  3409. This story features local boxe… (09/26/11)
  3410. Funding priorities for mitigation fee revenue to remain largely unchanged (09/26/11)
  3411. Richmond fighters shine at amateur exhibition (09/26/11)
  3412. Park officials in the dark about clear-cutting (09/26/11)
  3413. High school football: Kennedy … (09/25/11)
  3414. Pride claims homecoming game against Eagles (09/25/11)
  3415. Richmond finds support at LBNL meeting (09/23/11)
  3416. Richmond Art Center celebrates 75 years (09/23/11)
  3417. Richmond Kaiser union members give reasons for striking (09/23/11)
  3418. Ever wonder how they train pol… (09/23/11)
  3419. An inside look at the Richmond Police K9 Unit (09/23/11)
  3420. Clinton visit to Richmond canceled (09/22/11)
  3421. Booze-Ritterman feud flares over CyberTran vote (09/22/11)
  3422. City decides to support CyberTran’s dream (09/22/11)
  3423. “Be prepared” community fair slated for Saturday (09/22/11)
  3424. Murder suspect shot in San Leandro (09/22/11)
  3425. PALcenter lays down red carpet (09/21/11)
  3426. Woman found dead in Richmond restaurant (09/21/11)
  3427. A new source of fertilizer in Richmond – koi fish (09/21/11)
  3428. The kids at Saint Cornelius go… (09/21/11)
  3429. Saint Cornelius School gets new multimedia center (09/21/11)
  3430. Congressman Miller sees Richmond promises (09/20/11)
  3431. Richmond to host amateur boxing event Saturday (09/20/11)
  3432. RichmondBUILD boosts local green industry, but can’t carry economy (09/20/11)
  3433. Kaiser employees plan to picket in Richmond (09/20/11)
  3434. New professional basketball team has a game plan, on and off the court (09/20/11)
  3435. Chevron top management changes in Richmond (09/20/11)
  3436. What was that buzz on Sixth St… (09/19/11)
  3437. In the Iron Triangle, a potluck and a melting pot (09/19/11)
  3438. Thousands turn out to clean up… (09/19/11)
  3439. Youth come out en masse to clean Richmond’s waterways (09/19/11)
  3440. Ceasefire/Lifelines seeks volunteers (09/19/11)
  3441. Deadline is fast approaching f… (09/19/11)
  3442. Whooping cough deadline nears (09/19/11)
  3443. Community remembers influential instructors with game trophies (09/17/11)
  3444. Eagles swoop in for victory over Oilers (09/17/11)
  3445. Goodbye to you, Fred Jackson (09/16/11)
  3446. Meet the Richmond Oiler’s new … (09/16/11)
  3447. New coach hopes to change Oiler’s fate (09/16/11)
  3448. Don’t drink the water! One of … (09/16/11)
  3449. Baxter Creek is getting a bad reputation (09/16/11)
  3450. Searching for a cure and shari… (09/16/11)
  3451. Richmond research firm to announce HIV/AIDS clinical trial findings at national conference Saturday (09/16/11)
  3452. Where have some Bay Area teens… (09/16/11)
  3453. Cops bust illegal night club, close building (09/16/11)
  3454. A North Richmond tribute to the man, the ‘Fred Jackson Way’ (09/16/11)
  3455. Ritterman files official complaint against Booze (09/15/11)
  3456. Council gives go-ahead to possible stormwater fee (09/15/11)
  3457. Calling Richmond students! Get… (09/15/11)
  3458. The “Richmond Writes!” poetry contest is back (09/15/11)
  3459. Paper or plastic or neither? H… (09/14/11)
  3460. Richmond joins regional approach to ban plastic bags (09/14/11)
  3461. Chevron’s back to school givea… (09/14/11)
  3462. Chevron organizes ‘back to school’ event in Richmond. (09/14/11)
  3463. What’s that foul smell in the … (09/14/11)
  3464. Wastewater management may be leaving in 90 days (09/14/11)
  3465. City council fails to pass sustainable medical marijuana ordinance (09/14/11)
  3466. Man injured, suspect arrested in non-fatal shooting (09/14/11)
  3467. City’s economic future takes center stage at summit (09/14/11)
  3468. Economic summit to spotlight Richmond’s future (09/14/11)
  3469. Growing tension over who will … (09/14/11)
  3470. Power struggle erupts in North Richmond (09/14/11)
  3471. Numerous speakers in council c… (09/13/11)
  3472. half-steppers coaches thank co… (09/13/11)
  3473. “One Block at a Time” wins statewide award (09/13/11)
  3474. A festival for the soul of Richmond (09/13/11)
  3475. Eagles defeated after weather interruption (09/13/11)
  3476. A rare glimpse inside Chevron’… (09/13/11)
  3477. A look inside Chevron’s Richmond refinery (09/13/11)
  3478. How sustainable is Richmond’s … (09/13/11)
  3479. Mayor says Richmond’s green economy prospers despite Solyndra’s closure (09/13/11)
  3480. Here’s a great audio-slideshow… (09/12/11)
  3481. College-bound singer leaves her hometown (09/12/11)
  3482. Mayors’ cook-off promotes healthy eating (09/12/11)
  3483. Oilers fall, 34-29 (09/11/11)
  3484. Coastal cleanup in Richmond next weekend (09/10/11)
  3485. Native American Health Center looks for new primary and dental care facility near Richmond BART (09/09/11)
  3486. Advocates call on community to end violence (09/09/11)
  3487. Second annual economic summit … (09/09/11)
  3488. How to sneak a peek inside Che… (09/09/11)
  3489. Our story about the life of Ri… (09/08/11)
  3490. Fred Jackson, North Richmond leader, dead at 73 (09/08/11)
  3491. Chevron offers a glimpse inside (09/08/11)
  3492. North Richmond church to give away 1,000 bags of groceries (09/08/11)
  3493. City officials talk safety wit… (09/08/11)
  3494. Exclusive interview with the m… (09/08/11)
  3495. Richmond shooting victim recalls home invasion (09/08/11)
  3496. Community meets in wake of playground accident (09/08/11)
  3497. North Richmond expands its “Popsicle Project” safety survey (09/07/11)
  3498. Who will be attending Clinton’… (09/07/11)
  3499. Clinton keynote invitation only (09/07/11)
  3500. City leaders are pledging to c… (09/07/11)
  3501. Mayor, police chief pledge tougher stance on blight and banks (09/07/11)
  3502. At what stage is the police in… (09/07/11)
  3503. Police still holding home invasion parolee suspect (09/07/11)
  3504. Remembering North Richmond’s A… (09/07/11)
  3505. Celebrating Mother Payne: North Richmond church remembers a matriarch (09/07/11)
  3506. 1st of many articles brought 2… (09/06/11)
  3507. Richmond police utilize social media (09/06/11)
  3508. Richmond Confidential: Year Three (09/05/11)
  3509. Elvis Alfaro-Escobar, 17, rece… (09/02/11)
  3510. Slain Richmond teen mourned at St. Cornelius Parish (09/02/11)
  3511. Bill Clinton’s upcoming visit … (09/01/11)
  3512. Bill Clinton is coming to Rich… (08/31/11)
  3513. Bill Clinton headed to Richmond’s Craneway (08/31/11)
  3514. Funeral for young Richmond hig… (08/31/11)
  3515. Funeral for slain Richmond teen on Friday (08/31/11)
  3516. Neighborhood coming together after horrific crime (08/29/11)
  3517. Some gorgeous photography out … (08/26/11)
  3518. The latest on the deadly home-… (08/26/11)
  3519. Home invasion leaves elderly woman dead, roils neighborhood (08/26/11)
  3520. A day in photos at Knox-Miller Regional Shoreline (08/26/11)
  3521. Congressman George Miller was … (08/24/11)
  3522. BREAKING NEWS: Sadly, a teenag… (08/24/11)
  3523. Congressman George Miller tours Richmond police facility to see federal dollars at work (08/24/11)
  3524. Teen shot and killed in Richmond Tuesday (08/24/11)
  3525. Part 10 looks at north richmon… (08/24/11)
  3526. Part 10: A hopeful vision for the future (08/24/11)
  3527. Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom shares v… (08/22/11)
  3528. Green economy means greenbacks for RichmondBUILD graduates (08/22/11)
  3529. Meet the young man who may be … (08/22/11)
  3530. David Gray: Intrepid intern makes mark at City Hall (08/22/11)
  3531. Gavin Newsom in Richmond today… (08/19/11)
  3532. Gavin Newsom to speak, Chevron to donate at Richmond green job training program (08/18/11)
  3533. A modern crime tale from North… (08/17/11)
  3534. Part 9: North Richmond crime, tragedy beyond the stats (08/17/11)
  3535. Video and photos/recap of the … (08/17/11)
  3536. Oakland A’s stars, free backpacks, a hit with Richmond students (08/17/11)
  3537. Half-Steppers lose sprints, but set to win race for future (08/16/11)
  3538. Oakland A’s pitchers came to R… (08/16/11)
  3539. What would you pay to keep the… (08/15/11)
  3540. West County voters to decide on parcel tax to save Doctors Medical Center (08/15/11)
  3541. Read what the folks in the Nor… (08/13/11)
  3542. North and East resident gets lawn makeover from neighbors (08/13/11)
  3543. Tuesday Aug. 16 take your Rich… (08/12/11)
  3544. Oakland A’s players to help pass out free backpacks to local schoolkids (08/12/11)
  3545. Party at Miller Knox to raise money for area homeless programs (08/11/11)
  3546. North Richmond, why has it alw… (08/10/11)
  3547. Part 8: North Richmond, where the city’s boundaries end (08/10/11)
  3548. West Contra Costa is ready for… (08/10/11)
  3549. Scores of volunteers and county agencies deploy for disaster response drill (08/10/11)
  3550. Bay Area agencies working toge… (08/09/11)
  3551. Bay Area agencies working together to create sewage alchemy (08/09/11)
  3552. Richmond history museum has a … (08/08/11)
  3553. High times at Richmond’s Crane… (08/08/11)
  3554. Richmond’s Craneway Pavillion goes green with weekend pot expo (08/08/11)
  3555. Richmond history exhibit glimpses what might have been – what may still be (08/07/11)
  3556. Half-Steppers return home, give their best effort in New Orleans (08/07/11)
  3557. North Richmond party a hit, especially with kids (08/06/11)
  3558. Half-Steppers put it all on th… (08/05/11)
  3559. Season on the line for Half-Steppers (08/05/11)
  3560. The latest from New Orleans: H… (08/04/11)
  3561. Half-Steppers take break from track, hike all over New Orleans (08/04/11)
  3562. Block party at North Richmond … (08/04/11)
  3563. North Richmond church to host block party Saturday (08/04/11)
  3564. Keep up with our Richmond Half… (08/03/11)
  3565. Heat, 400-yard record breakers, slow Half-Steppers’ winning stride (08/03/11)
  3566. Richmond’s neighborhoods come alive for National Night Out (08/03/11)
  3567. Part 7 of our look into North … (08/03/11)
  3568. Kaiser Permanente funds a $1 m… (08/03/11)
  3569. $1 million grant hopes to take a bite out of unhealthy food (08/03/11)
  3570. Part 7: North Richmond’s troubled environmental history (08/03/11)
  3571. shooting kills two early monda… (08/02/11)
  3572. First day of Junior Olympics u… (08/02/11)
  3573. Tropical storm, rule changes make for rough first day for Half-Steppers (08/02/11)
  3574. Two killed, including young mother, in central Richmond (08/02/11)
  3575. Meet Half-Stepper team members… (08/01/11)
  3576. Meet the ‘Half-Steppers,’ this week’s athletes, Richmond’s future (08/01/11)
  3577. Like puppies? Check out some … (08/01/11)
  3578. Point Isabel: A day at the dog park (08/01/11)
  3579. Richmond Half-Steppers are off… (07/30/11)
  3580. Half-Steppers board bus, Junior Olympics final destination (07/30/11)
  3581. Richmond’s frail seniors and p… (07/29/11)
  3582. Adult Day Health Care programs across the state fight to keep funding (07/29/11)
  3583. There was a peaceful deportati… (07/29/11)
  3584. Peaceful protest held at immigration detention center (07/29/11)
  3585. Richmond’s Half-Steppers are r… (07/28/11)
  3586. Half-Steppers’ final tune-up for Junior Olympics (07/28/11)
  3587. We are gonna follow this story… (07/27/11)
  3588. Council approves money, ‘Half-Steppers’ ready to run in New Orleans (07/27/11)
  3589. Lina Velasco and Mario Vaz wer… (07/27/11)
  3590. Check the recap of last night’… (07/26/11)
  3591. Community members, leaders meet, cross lines (07/26/11)
  3592. The SF Mime Troupe performed a… (07/25/11)
  3593. San Francisco Mime Troupe brings political comedy to Richmond (07/25/11)
  3594. Community meeting to quell vio… (07/25/11)
  3595. Richmond, North Richmond, to gather tonight for anti-crime meeting (07/25/11)
  3596. Sights and stories from Saturd… (07/25/11)
  3597. Lifting spirits through North Richmond blues (07/25/11)
  3598. Lawrence Berkeley National Lab… (07/23/11)
  3599. Richmond puts best foot forward to wow lab (07/23/11)
  3600. Area hospital will face perman… (07/22/11)
  3601. Doctor’s Medical Center faces grim prognosis (07/22/11)
  3602. Police leaders announce format… (07/22/11)
  3603. Police, civic leaders announce gang task force (07/22/11)
  3604. Saturday in North Richmond – f… (07/21/11)
  3605. Blues to return to North Richmond Saturday (07/21/11)
  3606. Chief Chris Magnus and county … (07/21/11)
  3607. An in-depth look at Barbara Be… (07/21/11)
  3608. Richmond icon steps into history at Oxford debate (07/21/11)
  3609. Man shot, killed Wednesday near downtown (07/20/11)
  3610. 20-year-old man was shot and k… (07/20/11)
  3611. Only a select few can become p… (07/19/11)
  3612. Richmond soccer club encourages Latino students to attend college (07/19/11)
  3613. Richmond church members get A … (07/19/11)
  3614. Richmond church members get A Taste of Health (07/19/11)
  3615. Deadly violence hits Richmond … (07/18/11)
  3616. Another weekend marred by deadly violence in Richmond (07/18/11)
  3617. Check out the Iron Triangle co… (07/18/11)
  3618. Iron Triangle picnic a celebration of cultures (07/18/11)
  3619. Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m…. (07/14/11)
  3620. Iron Triangle picnic at Nevin Park to draw big crowd Saturday (07/14/11)
  3621. Bible study takes local church… (07/13/11)
  3622. Richmond Baptist Church shares Bible study in Belize (07/13/11)
  3623. North Richmond has a homicide … (07/13/11)
  3624. Part 6: North Richmond’s unceasing struggle (07/13/11)
  3625. Richmond’s own celebrity archi… (07/12/11)
  3626. Notes of a Richmond native son (07/12/11)
  3627. Quick, easy HIV tests are part… (07/11/11)
  3628. Thirty years after first AIDS diagnosis, screening for HIV is easier than ever (07/11/11)
  3629. The aftermath of Sunday’s viol… (07/08/11)
  3630. After deadly shootings Sunday, neighborhoods on high alert (07/08/11)
  3631. The new Richmond ID card: A sm… (07/06/11)
  3632. Council approves municipal ID cards for Richmond (07/06/11)
  3633. County Supervisor John Gioia, … (07/06/11)
  3634. Part 5: North Richmond man (07/06/11)
  3635. violence rocks Richmond on a s… (07/05/11)
  3636. Three dead and three injured in four shootings in Richmond, North Richmond (07/05/11)
  3637. How does Richmond celebrate th… (07/04/11)
  3638. How Richmond celebrates the 4th of July (07/04/11)
  3639. Photos and story from unveilin… (07/01/11)
  3640. Gompers High artists express, Richmond embraces (07/01/11)
  3641. Richmond’s ongoing situation w… (07/01/11)
  3642. Richmond dealing with lines of dissatisfaction (07/01/11)
  3643. Award-winning spoken word arti… (06/30/11)
  3644. Richmond students learn about the profession of healing (06/30/11)
  3645. Richmond’s new budget is a sig… (06/29/11)
  3646. Richmond’s new budget reflects lean times (06/29/11)
  3647. Anti-death penalty activist tr… (06/29/11)
  3648. A workshop teaches advocates to lobby for an end to the death penalty (06/29/11)
  3649. 18 school children from across… (06/29/11)
  3650. Richmond kids explore BART, museum and San Francisco airport (06/29/11)
  3651. CEASEFIRE hope to hold down vi… (06/28/11)
  3652. Anti-violence forum draws Richmond leaders, raises concerns (06/28/11)
  3653. Richmond braces to receive mor… (06/28/11)
  3654. Richmond hosts prison re-entry forum (06/27/11)
  3655. Over 500 people attend Richmon… (06/27/11)
  3656. Pow-wow brings dance and culture to Richmond (06/27/11)
  3657. Barbara Becnel heads an anti-d… (06/24/11)
  3658. Becnel to headline anti-death penalty event in Richmond (06/24/11)
  3659. Check out our latest report fr… (06/22/11)
  3660. Richmond grapples with budget, political boundaries (06/22/11)
  3661. Part 4 of our ongoing history … (06/22/11)
  3662. Part 4: North Richmond’s moribund housing projects (06/22/11)
  3663. Environmental protesters gathe… (06/21/11)
  3664. Environment advocates protest outside Chevron refinery (06/21/11)
  3665. Operation Access provides free… (06/21/11)
  3666. Operation Access provides free surgical procedures to three Contra Costa County women (06/21/11)
  3667. Juneteenth was full of food, m… (06/20/11)
  3668. Richmond celebrates Juneteenth with horses, music and barbecue (06/20/11)
  3669. Richmond City Council members … (06/20/11)
  3670. Richmond council divided over proposed Congressional redistricting (06/20/11)
  3671. Richmond celebrates Juneteenth… (06/19/11)
  3672. Project Homeless Connect draws… (06/17/11)
  3673. Juneteenth event to bring thou… (06/17/11)
  3674. Juneteenth event to bring thousands to Richmond’s Nicholl Park (06/17/11)
  3675. Project Homeless Connect draws huge crowd from all over the county (06/16/11)
  3676. http://t.co/JXpqx39 Project Ho… (06/15/11)
  3677. North Richmond’s largely unkno… (06/15/11)
  3678. Part 3: North Richmond blues (06/15/11)
  3679. A homeless services event set … (06/14/11)
  3680. Richmond to host homeless support event (06/14/11)
  3681. Big ideas at the Craneway last… (06/13/11)
  3682. TED event brings hundreds to the Craneway Pavillion (06/13/11)
  3683. Richmond’s state and federal r… (06/10/11)
  3684. New maps would put Richmond in new federal, state districts (06/10/11)
  3685. Richmond is another step towar… (06/09/11)
  3686. Richmond one step closer to banning bags (06/09/11)
  3687. Whooping cough rates set to hi… (06/09/11)
  3688. Whooping cough rates set to hit record highs (06/09/11)
  3689. Richmond sets out to become fi… (06/08/11)
  3690. Richmond looks to create city ID cards for all residents (06/08/11)
  3691. Part 2 of our ongoing history … (06/08/11)
  3692. Part 2: North Richmond’s inauspicious beginnings (06/08/11)
  3693. Don’t forget to vote today! Me… (06/07/11)
  3694. Students graduate from new Vio… (06/07/11)
  3695. Students graduate from new Violence Prevention certificate program (06/07/11)
  3696. Richmond plans for a healthier… (06/07/11)
  3697. Richmond plans for a healthier future (06/07/11)
  3698. Book drives continue to get bo… (06/07/11)
  3699. The power of Richmond’s story (06/07/11)
  3700. Richmond hosts forum on nutrit… (06/06/11)
  3701. Richmond hosts forum on nutrition and physical activity (06/06/11)
  3702. Urban farming summit in North … (06/06/11)
  3703. North Richmond agriculture summit draws big crowd (06/06/11)
  3704. Show up to the literacy festiv… (06/03/11)
  3705. Event set to donate 2,000 books to Richmond kids (06/03/11)
  3706. happy birthday to George Livin… (06/03/11)
  3707. North Richmond as a mecca of u… (06/03/11)
  3708. Leaders, residents set to talk crops in North Richmond (06/03/11)
  3709. Richmond city budget shows tou… (06/02/11)
  3710. Richmond city budget shows tough times not over (06/02/11)
  3711. Part 1 of a new series explori… (06/01/11)
  3712. Part 1: North Richmond, a neighborhood on the brink (06/01/11)
  3713. Richmond’s Rolling Hills cemet… (05/31/11)
  3714. Scouts honor fallen vets on Memorial Day (05/31/11)
  3715. Happy Memorial Day, Richmond! … (05/30/11)
  3716. Richmond program encourages a summer with books (05/30/11)
  3717. Planting a healthier North Ric… (05/27/11)
  3718. Planting a healthier North Richmond (05/27/11)
  3719. There’s more than meets the ey… (05/26/11)
  3720. Opponents say ballot measures might cause legal trouble for city (05/26/11)
  3721. Chevron restarts Richmond Rene… (05/25/11)
  3722. Chevron restarts Richmond Renewal Project (05/25/11)
  3723. Kennedy High gets a first pers… (05/23/11)
  3724. Freedom Bus rolls into Kennedy High (05/23/11)
  3725. New health clinic breaks groun… (05/21/11)
  3726. New clinic to replace Richmond Health Center breaks ground (05/21/11)
  3727. Richmond’s Seed Lending Libr… (05/20/11)
  3728. Richmond’s Seed Lending Library marks its first anniversary (05/20/11)
  3729. Richmond City council votes to… (05/18/11)
  3730. Richmond City council votes to practice precaution (05/18/11)
  3731. Richmond residents who make a … (05/18/11)
  3732. Richmond residents honored for fighting alcohol abuse (05/18/11)
  3733. Bullying. Domestic violence. D… (05/17/11)
  3734. Live theater performance aims to “increase the peace” at home and on the playground (05/17/11)
  3735. Bike riders young and not-so-y… (05/16/11)
  3736. Richmond organizations whip up bicycle fever with two-day event (05/16/11)
  3737. Bay Area living: To rent or to… (05/12/11)
  3738. Bay Area living: To rent or to own? (05/12/11)
  3739. Richmond awards history preser… (05/11/11)
  3740. Richmond awards history preservation (05/11/11)
  3741. Richmond moves forward in bid … (05/10/11)
  3742. Richmond named as finalist in Lawrence Berkeley National Lab campus bid (05/10/11)
  3743. Yay! Welcome to the news crew!… (05/09/11)
  3744. Feds scale down radiation moni… (05/09/11)
  3745. Feds scale down monitoring in milk, drinking water (05/09/11)
  3746. Richmond Cooks – Special Projects – Redirect (05/06/11)
  3747. Richmond hosts a summit on chi… (05/06/11)
  3748. Richmond hosts a summit on children and youth (05/06/11)
  3749. Are you fan of Richmond Confid… (05/05/11)
  3750. Life on the beat: Patrolling R… (05/05/11)
  3751. Life on the beat: Patrolling Richmond (05/05/11)
  3752. Bible Way Church given more ti… (05/04/11)
  3753. Bible Way Church given more time to make payments; DA investigating fraud allegations (05/04/11)
  3754. Richmond residents react to Os… (05/03/11)
  3755. Richmond residents react to Osama bin Laden’s death (05/03/11)
  3756. Thousands celebrate Cinco de M… (05/02/11)
  3757. Thousands celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Richmond (05/02/11)
  3758. Are you fan of Richmond Confid… (04/28/11)
  3759. A year later, a drive-by shoot… (04/28/11)
  3760. A year later, a drive-by shooting survivor tells his story (04/28/11)
  3761. Earth Day celebrations bring R… (04/26/11)
  3762. Earth Day celebrations bring Richmond together (04/26/11)
  3763. Contra Costa County program he… (04/25/11)
  3764. County program helps residents’ clean up their criminal records (04/25/11)
  3765. Motorcade rolls through Richmo… (04/25/11)
  3766. Motorcade rolls through Richmond to promote peace and unity (04/25/11)
  3767. A North Richmond family goes s… (04/23/11)
  3768. A North Richmond family goes solar for Earth Day (04/23/11)
  3769. Want to celebrate Earth Day in… (04/21/11)
  3770. How to celebrate Earth Day in Richmond (04/21/11)
  3771. Robert Rogers has the story on… (04/20/11)
  3772. Richmond Pulse, a jolt of youthful reportage (04/20/11)
  3773. #Richmond woman shot in #Oakla… (04/19/11)
  3774. Richmond woman shot in Oakland (04/19/11)
  3775. Richmond’s Financial Freedom… (04/18/11)
  3776. Richmond’s Financial Freedom Conference teaches the basics of personal money management (04/18/11)
  3777. North Richmond lays to rest a … (04/15/11)
  3778. The full story of the life and… (04/15/11)
  3779. North Richmond lays to rest a native son (04/15/11)
  3780. Operation Richmond organizes a… (04/14/11)
  3781. Richmond minister to march against gang violence (04/14/11)
  3782. In North Richmond, Annie’s Ann… (04/13/11)
  3783. Spring celebration in North Richmond (04/13/11)
  3784. In light of recent violence, M… (04/12/11)
  3785. Spate of city gang violence has deep roots (04/12/11)
  3786. Police deepen investigation in… (04/11/11)
  3787. Police deepen investigation into recent shootings, step up patrols (04/11/11)
  3788. North Richmond activists rally… (04/09/11)
  3789. North Richmond activists rally outside county office (04/09/11)
  3790. Richmond lab is the state’s fi… (04/08/11)
  3791. Richmond radiological lab takes lead after Japanese earthquake (04/08/11)
  3792. BIG NEWS: Richmond City Counci… (04/06/11)
  3793. Council ditches casino plan (04/06/11)
  3794. The big picture on the progres… (04/05/11)
  3795. Despite deadly week, crime down overall in North Richmond (04/05/11)
  3796. Hotel Mac – special features – redirect (04/04/11)
  3797. Are you fan of Richmond Confid… (04/04/11)
  3798. Firefighters douse Richmond He… (04/04/11)
  3799. The Silly Parade is a Richmond… (04/04/11)
  3800. Richmond united in Silly Parade (04/04/11)
  3801. Firefighters douse Richmond Heights blaze (04/04/11)
  3802. Richmond gardening enthusiast … (04/04/11)
  3803. Planting seeds of change (04/04/11)
  3804. Giant puppets, women with must… (04/01/11)
  3805. Richmond is going silly (04/01/11)
  3806. 22-year-old Jerry Owens was ki… (03/31/11)
  3807. Violence flares again in North Richmond, tensions mount (03/31/11)
  3808. A story and photo gallery abou… (03/31/11)
  3809. North Richmond man slain, neighborhood on edge (03/31/11)
  3810. Spoken work artist and RYSE Ce… (03/30/11)
  3811. Meet Jazz Hudson, the revolutionary poet (03/30/11)
  3812. The only private island in the… (03/28/11)
  3813. A $22 million hunk of rock (03/28/11)
  3814. Happy #FF! If you like Richmon… (03/25/11)
  3815. Bandwidth: Piano duo the John … (03/25/11)
  3816. Bandwidth: Piano duo the John Brothers makes street performance pay (03/25/11)
  3817. Bandwidth: Texan sibling band … (03/24/11)
  3818. Bandwidth: Texan sibling band brings honky tonk to the East Bay (03/24/11)
  3819. Six students from Shimada, Jap… (03/24/11)
  3820. Students from Shimada, Japan, tour Richmond (03/24/11)
  3821. Are you fan of Richmond Confid… (03/23/11)
  3822. Evicted pastor joined by polic… (03/23/11)
  3823. Evicted pastor joined by police chief, county supervisor in denouncing bank, asking for support (03/23/11)
  3824. An event crucial to Richmond’s… (03/23/11)
  3825. Richmond makes pitch for coveted Berkeley lab (03/23/11)
  3826. Are you fan of Richmond Confid… (03/22/11)
  3827. Roller derby teams battle it o… (03/22/11)
  3828. Roller derby teams battle it out at Richmond’s Craneway Pavilion (03/22/11)
  3829. A profile and historic photos … (03/21/11)
  3830. Richmond icon recounts a past of trials and triumphs (03/21/11)
  3831. Efforts to save Iron Triangle … (03/18/11)
  3832. Efforts to save Iron Triangle church end in arrests (03/18/11)
  3833. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Looki… (03/17/11)
  3834. Students from Japanese sister … (03/17/11)
  3835. Students from Japanese sister city to visit despite tragedy (03/17/11)
  3836. Local church leader in iron Tr… (03/16/11)
  3837. Facing eviction, church leaders stand firm (03/16/11)
  3838. City council to explore altern… (03/16/11)
  3839. City council to explore alternative operators for wastewater plant (03/16/11)
  3840. March Madness has begun! Follo… (03/16/11)
  3841. Richmond catches March Madness (03/15/11)
  3842. Women’s event was a big hit in… (03/15/11)
  3843. Richmond women still fighting for women’s rights (03/15/11)
  3844. Richmond High School just got … (03/14/11)
  3845. With new $60,000 lab, Richmond High is training a new crop of engineers (03/14/11)
  3846. Are you fan of Richmond Confid… (03/11/11)
  3847. St. Patrick’s Day isn’t til Ma… (03/11/11)
  3848. How to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the East Bay (03/11/11)
  3849. Sisters in Solidarity event pr… (03/11/11)
  3850. ‘Sisters in solidarity’ event set for Saturday (03/11/11)
  3851. Great Highway, Aquatic Park, F… (03/11/11)
  3852. BART #Tsunami info: If waves a… (03/11/11)
  3853. Journey Into North Richmond – special projects – redirect (03/10/11)
  3854. Sales tax hike will be on ball… (03/09/11)
  3855. Council to put sales tax hike to voters in June (03/09/11)
  3856. Oakland’s Religious Girls shre… (03/08/11)
  3857. Bandwidth: Oakland’s Religious Girls shred their gospel (03/08/11)
  3858. Ford Point melds sharp, modern… (03/07/11)
  3859. Ford Point melds sharp, modern architecture with a rich history (03/07/11)
  3860. All three of the city’s homici… (03/06/11)
  3861. Two killed in 24-hour period in South Richmond (03/06/11)
  3862. Are you fan of Richmond Confid… (03/06/11)
  3863. Renovated Nevin Community Cent… (03/04/11)
  3864. Renovated Nevin Community Center rejuvenates Iron Triangle neighborhood (03/04/11)
  3865. Richmond residents: KQED is hi… (03/04/11)
  3866. Richmond residents JOB!: KQED … (03/04/11)
  3867. Are you fan of Richmond Confid… (03/02/11)
  3868. Suggest a Richmond band we sho… (03/02/11)
  3869. Richmond City Council reaches … (03/02/11)
  3870. Richmond City Council reaches consensus on development, environmental issues (03/02/11)
  3871. Professionals volunteer as “le… (03/02/11)
  3872. Creating a community of learners (03/02/11)
  3873. Public housing project, Las De… (03/01/11)
  3874. North Richmond housing projects’ days may be numbered (03/01/11)
  3875. Our new series, Bandwidth, pro… (02/28/11)
  3876. Bandwidth: Meet hip-hop artists the DIME (02/28/11)
  3877. “Nacho” defaces city, leaves f… (02/25/11)
  3878. Nacho isn’t pretty. He isn (02/25/11)
  3879. ‘Nacho’ defaces city, leaves few clues (02/25/11)
  3880. Ted Trautman reports on a rece… (02/24/11)
  3881. North Richmond bus line gets police escort (02/24/11)
  3882. At storage unit auctions, bidd… (02/22/11)
  3883. At storage unit auctions, bidders hope to strike treasure (02/22/11)
  3884. A new documentary about the Na… (02/21/11)
  3885. More than 200 turn out for premiere of ‘Nation’ history (02/21/11)
  3886. Police administration and reli… (02/21/11)
  3887. Police, religious leaders vow to strengthen ties (02/21/11)
  3888. Richmond is considering an ord… (02/18/11)
  3889. Retail plastic bag ban discussed at community meeting (02/18/11)
  3890. Subaru is making its Richmond … (02/17/11)
  3891. Subaru to make its Port of Richmond debut (02/17/11)
  3892. The recent proposed budget cut… (02/17/11)
  3893. Gateway to GED could be closed (02/17/11)
  3894. Local icon Fred Jackson was ho… (02/16/11)
  3895. ‘Local treasure’ Fred Jackson honored by city (02/16/11)
  3896. Izzy the Rottweiler competes f… (02/15/11)
  3897. Izzy the Rottweiler competes for show dog championship (02/15/11)
  3898. Richmond High student bound fo… (02/11/11)
  3899. Richmond High student Guadalupe Morales is Ivy League bound (02/11/11)
  3900. Richmond is combating blight i… (02/10/11)
  3901. City fights to keep banks accountable for blight in foreclosed homes (02/10/11)
  3902. Check out an inspiring story a… (02/09/11)
  3903. Richmond honors first African American police sergeant (02/09/11)
  3904. North Richmond continues to gr… (02/08/11)
  3905. North Richmond garden project nourishes bodies and spirits (02/08/11)
  3906. Mark Oltmanns reports on Richm… (02/07/11)
  3907. New hires at the Richmond Police Department (02/05/11)
  3908. Young barbershop owner is help… (02/04/11)
  3909. Barber helps Richmond stay fresh (02/03/11)
  3910. Free Wi-Fi Internet connection… (02/02/11)
  3911. Free Wi-Fi Internet connection to reach Iron Triangle residents (02/02/11)
  3912. Tonight, city council votes on… (02/01/11)
  3913. Tonight, city council votes on ordinance to ban formula restaurants (02/01/11)
  3914. Established Richmond bakery Zo… (01/31/11)
  3915. Established Richmond bakery Zoe’s Cookies turns out the sweet stuff (01/31/11)
  3916. Volunteers fan out across Cont… (01/28/11)
  3917. Volunteers fan out across Contra Costa to tally County’s homeless (01/28/11)
  3918. This weekend in Richmond (01/28/11)
  3919. Richmond wastewater treatment … (01/27/11)
  3920. Richmond wastewater treatment plant to resume operations amid controversy (01/27/11)
  3921. The audio journey into Corky B… (01/21/11)
  3922. The campaign that made ‘Counci… (01/21/11)
  3923. Find out what’s happening this… (01/21/11)
  3924. This weekend in Richmond (01/21/11)
  3925. The campaign that made Councilman Corky (01/21/11)
  3926. In North Richmond, little mark… (01/20/11)
  3927. Visit Lucky, an affable Nigeri… (01/20/11)
  3928. In North Richmond, little market spells ‘community’ (01/20/11)
  3929. Richmond leaders call on mento… (01/19/11)
  3930. Richmond Mayor delivers ‘State… (01/19/11)
  3931. One of the highlights of MLK d… (01/19/11)
  3932. Mayor paints bold picture of f… (01/19/11)
  3933. Mayor hails year of progress (01/19/11)
  3934. Photo Essay: Greening up Richmond (01/18/11)
  3935. Local church leaders call on ‘mentors’ (01/16/11)
  3936. Your guide to MLK weekend (01/14/11)
  3937. Take a radio journey into Nort… (01/14/11)
  3938. North Richmond: Striving for a better future (01/14/11)
  3939. New computer program to enhance adult education (01/13/11)
  3940. A photographic exploration of … (01/13/11)
  3941. North Richmond: A photo essay (01/13/11)
  3942. Unifying the city council—an… (01/12/11)
  3943. Jobs, self-sufficiency priorities for new city council (01/12/11)
  3944. El Cerrito High student is gunned down in south Richmond (01/12/11)
  3945. New video featuring former may… (01/11/11)
  3946. Changes and delays mark Richmond High rape case (01/11/11)
  3947. Richmond, once a mecca for the Blues (01/11/11)
  3948. After fire, mother makes plea for help (01/05/11)
  3949. Nevin Center forms its first Youth Council (01/03/11)
  3950. Happy New Year! Looking back at 2010 (01/01/11)
  3951. Bay Area Rescue Mission helps thousands (12/28/10)
  3952. Richmond Police share tips on holiday safety (12/23/10)
  3953. 6 to stand trial, 1 discharged in Richmond High rape case (12/22/10)
  3954. Judge strikes police interrogation (12/21/10)
  3955. City Hall closing during holidays to save money (12/21/10)
  3956. Street schemes to football dreams (12/20/10)
  3957. Defense attorney floats alternative theory (12/18/10)
  3958. LPS-Richmond aims high (12/18/10)
  3959. “Sharing the Spirit” (12/17/10)
  3960. DNA evidence implicates four defendants and two unidentified males (12/16/10)
  3961. The witness list (12/15/10)
  3962. Greening the Triangle (12/11/10)
  3963. Take a look at Richmondconfide… (12/10/10)
  3964. Latest on the Richmond High Sc… (12/10/10)
  3965. RYSE schools Richmond Confidential (12/10/10)
  3966. Defendant describes how assault escalated (12/09/10)
  3967. Remembering those lost, vowing to improve (12/09/10)
  3968. @ViStimPhotoArt Thanks for the… (12/08/10)
  3969. Nine photographers, two hours,… (12/08/10)
  3970. Point and click! (12/08/10)
  3971. A memorial youth foundation br… (12/07/10)
  3972. Part 2: Richmond teens come fa… (12/07/10)
  3973. In the name of the son: Part two (12/07/10)
  3974. The first in a 2-part series a… (12/06/10)
  3975. In the name of the son (12/06/10)
  3976. Rich Con reporter Becca Friedm… (12/04/10)
  3977. Contests 101 (12/04/10)
  3978. Facebook contest – official rules (12/04/10)
  3979. At one Richmond nonprofit, kid… (12/03/10)
  3980. The Richmond High student who … (12/03/10)
  3981. Giving back, giving guitars (12/03/10)
  3982. Torrentes told police flirting was mutual (12/03/10)
  3983. “God did the washing, we did… (12/02/10)
  3984. “God did the washing, we did the sweeping” (12/02/10)
  3985. Day 10: Richmond police testim… (12/02/10)
  3986. Police testimony brings new details (12/02/10)
  3987. Detective names Montano, quest… (12/01/10)
  3988. Detective names Montano, questions release of an eighth suspect (12/01/10)
  3989. Just take out the tooth (11/30/10)
  3990. DA goes over events from night of attack on Richmond High teen (11/30/10)
  3991. Mayor’s green dream not yet reality (11/29/10)
  3992. Unlikely wonderland in the Iron Triangle (11/29/10)
  3993. In tough times, a feast to be thankful for (11/26/10)
  3994. They call him ‘Mr. Mentor’ (11/26/10)
  3995. Flying solo: One turkey’s Thanksgiving (11/25/10)
  3996. Stuffed Mediterranean chicken breast (11/24/10)
  3997. Farmhouse meatloaf (11/24/10)
  3998. Easy corn muffin casserole (11/24/10)
  3999. Clafouti (French peasant pear pie) (11/24/10)
  4000. Holiday Extravaganza: Early holiday preparations (11/24/10)
  4001. Defense focuses on inconsistencies in Morales interview (11/24/10)
  4002. Janet’s grits (11/23/10)
  4003. Loads of laundry and books (11/23/10)
  4004. Apple cake with maple-walnut cream cheese frosting (11/23/10)
  4005. Beer braised barbequed pork (11/23/10)
  4006. Spicy black bean soup (11/23/10)
  4007. Moroccan bites (11/23/10)
  4008. A showing of unity by sweeping the street (11/23/10)
  4009. Fig tart with caramelized onions, rosemary, and stilton (11/23/10)
  4010. Gingered carrot soup (11/23/10)
  4011. Mini pumpkin tarts (11/23/10)
  4012. Sweet potato salad with chili lime dressing (11/23/10)
  4013. Detective reveals victim’s first words, ties evidence to defendants (11/23/10)
  4014. Despite setbacks for developer… (11/22/10)
  4015. Calling on Richmond residents … (11/22/10)
  4016. Don’t bet on casino alternatives (11/22/10)
  4017. Richmond Cooks (11/22/10)
  4018. @zachb Thanks for spreading th… (11/20/10)
  4019. A video of a local donut shop … (11/19/10)
  4020. Donuts around the clock (11/19/10)
  4021. Richmond homes face foreclosur… (11/19/10)
  4022. Half of the homes in one Richm… (11/19/10)
  4023. Half the homes in 94801 zip code in foreclosure, or getting there (11/19/10)
  4024. Nurse recounts victim’s memo… (11/19/10)
  4025. Nurse recounts victim’s memories and injuries (11/19/10)
  4026. RT @TheDailyGlobeCA: #Richmond… (11/19/10)
  4027. San Pablo teen killed in south… (11/18/10)
  4028. San Pablo teen killed in south Richmond (11/18/10)
  4029. Giving back (11/18/10)
  4030. Defense questions police handl… (11/18/10)
  4031. Post-election concern on 23rd Street (11/18/10)
  4032. Defense questions police handling of evidence (11/18/10)
  4033. Councilmembers got an earful f… (11/17/10)
  4034. Local residents speak out against proposed cell phone tower (11/17/10)
  4035. RT @TheDailyGlobeCA: #Richmond… (11/17/10)
  4036. Watch some of Richmond’s young… (11/17/10)
  4037. Young Richmond poets receive awards (11/17/10)
  4038. @tacomaki Thanks for reading a… (11/17/10)
  4039. Day 2 of police testimony in R… (11/17/10)
  4040. Rape hearing details arrest of hostile suspect (11/17/10)
  4041. Richmond’s 2010 election was p… (11/16/10)
  4042. Election total likely tops $3 million (11/16/10)
  4043. Devastating new details reveal… (11/16/10)
  4044. Officers testify in Richmond gang rape case (11/16/10)
  4045. Richmond residents put a new spin on bicycle art (11/15/10)
  4046. The Kennedy Eagles end the sea… (11/14/10)
  4047. Eagles soar over Highlanders, look ahead (11/14/10)
  4048. A round up of the best photos … (11/13/10)
  4049. A season in photos (11/13/10)
  4050. A season in photos (11/13/10)
  4051. Oilers trampled in season fina… (11/13/10)
  4052. Oilers trampled in season finale (11/13/10)
  4053. Ready to work: Piere P. Clark (11/12/10)
  4054. For more than a decade, the Ri… (11/12/10)
  4055. Walking toward a bright future (11/12/10)
  4056. Public health workers distribu… (11/11/10)
  4057. County mobilizes to fight flu (11/11/10)
  4058. Few public high school student… (11/11/10)
  4059. Richmond high schools fall short on standardized tests (11/11/10)
  4060. Found objects, fine art (11/11/10)
  4061. In honor of Veterans Day, we t… (11/11/10)
  4062. A family of service (11/11/10)
  4063. It’s a go for Pogo: “We can … (11/10/10)
  4064. It’s a go for Pogo (11/10/10)
  4065. Richmond police are cautiously… (11/10/10)
  4066. Combatting the invisible problem (11/10/10)
  4067. How Canada became an open data… (11/10/10)
  4068. Andres Abarra earned more deal… (11/09/10)
  4069. Every gun has a story: Richmo… (11/09/10)
  4070. Every gun has a story (11/09/10)
  4071. Getting out, staying out (11/09/10)
  4072. Lifting the spirit with song (11/08/10)
  4073. Richmond residents joined the … (11/08/10)
  4074. Embracing mental illness (11/08/10)
  4075. Flu vaccines are in! Get yours… (11/08/10)
  4076. Fighting the flu one vaccine at a time (11/08/10)
  4077. This week in pictures: check o… (11/07/10)
  4078. Before, during and after the election (11/07/10)
  4079. In the name of the son – Special Projects – Redirect (11/06/10)
  4080. Not your grandma’s roller derb… (11/06/10)
  4081. Football roundup: Losses all a… (11/06/10)
  4082. Eco City – special projects -redirect (11/06/10)
  4083. Beyond winning and losing: Kennedy Eagles junior varsity (11/06/10)
  4084. Oilers go toe-to-toe with Hornets, lose a wild one (11/06/10)
  4085. Kennedy collides with Encinal, loses 47-12 (11/06/10)
  4086. Wrecking Belles: Rolling through Richmond one jam at a time (11/05/10)
  4087. Families from Verde Elementary… (11/05/10)
  4088. North Richmond families say YES to camping (11/05/10)
  4089. Bedbugs…. coming to a bed ne… (11/05/10)
  4090. Coming to a bed near you (11/05/10)
  4091. Richmond uses its talent to ra… (11/04/10)
  4092. Richmond uses its talent to raise money for the Half-Steppers track and field team (11/04/10)
  4093. Health care on wheels: Medical… (11/04/10)
  4094. Health care on wheels (11/04/10)
  4095. After a dramatic election nigh… (11/03/10)
  4096. Council’s lurch left shakes up city (11/03/10)
  4097. In-Home Supportive Services is… (11/03/10)
  4098. In-home help threatened with budget cuts (11/03/10)
  4099. ELECTION RESULTS: Progressive… (11/03/10)
  4100. ELECTION RESULTS: Gayle McLau… (11/03/10)
  4101. McLaughlin survives (11/03/10)
  4102. Progressives prevail on council (11/03/10)
  4103. Voters pass pot tax, reject casino (11/03/10)
  4104. Semi-official results for Cont… (11/03/10)
  4105. State Assemblymember Nancy Ski… (11/03/10)
  4106. 57.51% vote no on Measure U, a… (11/03/10)
  4107. Measure M, a proposed parcel t… (11/03/10)
  4108. Mark Peterson becomes the next… (11/03/10)
  4109. US Congressman George Miller (… (11/03/10)
  4110. Audrey Miles loses her spot on… (11/03/10)
  4111. McLaughlin won 40.43% of the v… (11/03/10)
  4112. Mayor McLaughlin picks up majo… (11/03/10)
  4113. Rogers was the only city counc… (11/03/10)
  4114. Mayor Gayle McLaughlin wins re… (11/03/10)
  4115. Semi-official results from the… (11/03/10)
  4116. Nat Bates heads home as the el… (11/03/10)
  4117. Bates says goodnight but doesn… (11/03/10)
  4118. Bates supporters patiently wai… (11/03/10)
  4119. Bates gives a goodnight speech… (11/03/10)
  4120. Bates supporters await electio… (11/03/10)
  4121. Maria Viramontes hugs Myrna Lo… (11/03/10)
  4122. Myrna Lopez seemed in better s… (11/03/10)
  4123. Myrna Lopez talks with Maria V… (11/03/10)
  4124. John Ziesenhenne reacts to los… (11/03/10)
  4125. Not the outcome candidates at … (11/03/10)
  4126. Reality sets in at the CCLCC p… (11/03/10)
  4127. What’s left of the Contra Cost… (11/03/10)
  4128. Corky Boozé and Rudy Ramirez … (11/03/10)
  4129. Eduardo Martinez reacts to a j… (11/03/10)
  4130. Margaret Jordan monitors the I… (11/03/10)
  4131. Eduardo Martinez shares a piec… (11/03/10)
  4132. Eduardo Martinez takes is shoe… (11/03/10)
  4133. Mayor McLaughlin celebrates at… (11/03/10)
  4134. Richmond Progressive Alliance … (11/03/10)
  4135. The Contra Costa Elections Div… (11/03/10)
  4136. WCCUSD results with 140 of 144… (11/03/10)
  4137. 59 of 61 precincts in: Measure… (11/03/10)
  4138. 59 of 61 precincts in. McLaugh… (11/03/10)
  4139. Maria Viramontes watches the l… (11/03/10)
  4140. Richmond Police Association pr… (11/03/10)
  4141. John Ziesenhenne and Tony Thur… (11/02/10)
  4142. Bates has gone home. (11/02/10)
  4143. Nat Bates’ HQ crowd has dwin… (11/02/10)
  4144. Andrés Soto on Measure M: “I’… (11/02/10)
  4145. 55% of precincts in for Measur… (11/02/10)
  4146. Measure M needs 2/3rds of vote… (11/02/10)
  4147. Kronenberg, Ramsey, and Merriw… (11/02/10)
  4148. 34 of 61 precincts (56%) are i… (11/02/10)
  4149. Corky Boozé poses for a pictu… (11/02/10)
  4150. Corky Boozé poses for a photo… (11/02/10)
  4151. Andrés Soto of the RPA greets… (11/02/10)
  4152. Mayor Gayle McLaughlin shares … (11/02/10)
  4153. Andrés Soto, co-founder of th… (11/02/10)
  4154. Rogers, Boozé, and Beckles le… (11/02/10)
  4155. Supporters shout ‘Four more ye… (11/02/10)
  4156. Tim Laidman and Melissa Peeble… (11/02/10)
  4157. Dwayne O. Parish reads a poem … (11/02/10)
  4158. Mayor Gayle McLaughlin address… (11/02/10)
  4159. Jovanka Beckles dances at the … (11/02/10)
  4160. Myrna Lopez: “Thank you for yo… (11/02/10)
  4161. John Ziesenhenne: “Let’s march… (11/02/10)
  4162. Maria Viramontes: “There were … (11/02/10)
  4163. Maria Viramontes: “There were … (11/02/10)
  4164. Jovanka Beckles: “This is how … (11/02/10)
  4165. Jovanka Beckles: “This is how … (11/02/10)
  4166. Mayoral candidate John Ziesenh… (11/02/10)
  4167. City councilmember Maria Viram… (11/02/10)
  4168. City councilmember Myrna Lopez… (11/02/10)
  4169. Mayoral candidate John Z gets … (11/02/10)
  4170. An empty chair symbolizes Bate… (11/02/10)
  4171. The Bates crowd dines on shrim… (11/02/10)
  4172. Nat Bates fist-bumps supporter… (11/02/10)
  4173. Some Bates supporters view the… (11/02/10)
  4174. With no internet connection, t… (11/02/10)
  4175. The RPA crowd broke into a cha… (11/02/10)
  4176. The mayor’s speech followed … (11/02/10)
  4177. Mayor McLaughlin at RPA HQ: “W… (11/02/10)
  4178. Corky Boozé (L) and Councilme… (11/02/10)
  4179. It’s a busy night in the newsr… (11/02/10)
  4180. Happy to report www.RichmondCo… (11/02/10)
  4181. Corky Boozé celebrates the fi… (11/02/10)
  4182. 18% of the vote is in. Mayor’s… (11/02/10)
  4183. John Gioia said he endorsed Bo… (11/02/10)
  4184. John Gioia said he endorsed Bo… (11/02/10)
  4185. LA Times projects Prop 19 (mar… (11/02/10)
  4186. LA Times projects Prop 19 (mar… (11/02/10)
  4187. Corky Boozé photographs his s… (11/02/10)
  4188. The crowd at the Contra Costa … (11/02/10)
  4189. Our website is temporarily dow… (11/02/10)
  4190. Our website is temporarily dow… (11/02/10)
  4191. Our website is temporarily dow… (11/02/10)
  4192. All eyes at the Contra Costa L… (11/02/10)
  4193. All eyes at the Contra Costa L… (11/02/10)
  4194. All eyes at the Contra Costa L… (11/02/10)
  4195. All eyes at the Contra Costa L… (11/02/10)
  4196. All eyes at the Contra Costa L… (11/02/10)
  4197. John Ziesenhenne talks with pa… (11/02/10)
  4198. John Ziesenhenne talks with pa… (11/02/10)
  4199. John Ziesenhenne talks with pa… (11/02/10)
  4200. John Ziesenhenne talks with pa… (11/02/10)
  4201. John Ziesenhenne talks with pa… (11/02/10)
  4202. Attendees tally the latest num… (11/02/10)
  4203. Attendees tally the latest num… (11/02/10)
  4204. Attendees tally the latest num… (11/02/10)
  4205. Attendees tally the latest num… (11/02/10)
  4206. Attendees tally the latest num… (11/02/10)
  4207. Attendees tally the latest num… (11/02/10)
  4208. Partygoers at the Contra Costa… (11/02/10)
  4209. Partygoers at the Contra Costa… (11/02/10)
  4210. Partygoers at the Contra Costa… (11/02/10)
  4211. Partygoers at the Contra Costa… (11/02/10)
  4212. Partygoers at the Contra Costa… (11/02/10)
  4213. The Contra Costa Labor Campaig… (11/02/10)
  4214. The Contra Costa Labor Campaig… (11/02/10)
  4215. The Contra Costa Labor Campaig… (11/02/10)
  4216. The Contra Costa Labor Campaig… (11/02/10)
  4217. The Contra Costa Labor Campaig… (11/02/10)
  4218. The Contra Costa Labor Campaig… (11/02/10)
  4219. Attendees gather at the Contra… (11/02/10)
  4220. Attendees gather at the Contra… (11/02/10)
  4221. Attendees gather at the Contra… (11/02/10)
  4222. Attendees gather at the Contra… (11/02/10)
  4223. Attendees gather at the Contra… (11/02/10)
  4224. Attendees gather at the Contra… (11/02/10)
  4225. City council candidate Virgini… (11/02/10)
  4226. Video: Outside polling station… (11/02/10)
  4227. “I feel very strong. We have v… (11/02/10)
  4228. Corky Boozé and company refre… (11/02/10)
  4229. Candidates and supporters pack… (11/02/10)
  4230. Don Gosney tells the crowd to … (11/02/10)
  4231. A list of candidates posted at… (11/02/10)
  4232. The Rhythm Method plays to a l… (11/02/10)
  4233. Customers at Caspers watch ear… (11/02/10)
  4234. Senior aid for George Miller i… (11/02/10)
  4235. Mayoral candidate John Ziesenh… (11/02/10)
  4236. http://twitpic.com/33eqda – Co… (11/02/10)
  4237. http://twitpic.com/33eqte – Co… (11/02/10)
  4238. A view outside the Richmond Se… (11/02/10)
  4239. Lopez/Viramontes supporter Glo… (11/02/10)
  4240. Johnny Holmes gets a hug from … (11/02/10)
  4241. City council candidate Rhonda … (11/02/10)
  4242. Campaign workers rally outside… (11/02/10)
  4243. Nat Bates: “I made a lot of co… (11/02/10)
  4244. Andre Hill (R) on Corky Boozé… (11/02/10)
  4245. The polls are closed. Time for… (11/02/10)
  4246. City council candidate Corky B… (11/02/10)
  4247. Corky Boozé returns to his un… (11/02/10)
  4248. Don Gosney at the Contra Costa… (11/02/10)
  4249. Viramontes volunteer Charity E… (11/02/10)
  4250. Myrna Lopez’s campaign manager… (11/02/10)
  4251. Staffers await attendees to ar… (11/02/10)
  4252. The Contra Costa Central Labor… (11/02/10)
  4253. The clock is ticking. Less tha… (11/02/10)
  4254. Flags through the windows at t… (11/02/10)
  4255. Outside the Nat Bates headquar… (11/02/10)
  4256. Robert Newell kicks back at th… (11/02/10)
  4257. Inez Brown serves Kelvin Davis… (11/02/10)
  4258. Mr. Coco hangs out at Nat Bate… (11/02/10)
  4259. Aides set up chairs for a camp… (11/02/10)
  4260. City council candidate Maria V… (11/02/10)
  4261. Council candidate Rhonda Harri… (11/02/10)
  4262. With many races in the eastern… (11/02/10)
  4263. Less than two hours remain unt… (11/02/10)
  4264. Voting slows at the Richmond S… (11/02/10)
  4265. Caspers is the unofficial head… (11/02/10)
  4266. After lull, two murders in two… (11/02/10)
  4267. Eduardo Martinez was still wea… (11/02/10)
  4268. Dozens of residents cast ballo… (11/02/10)
  4269. “This election is kind of weir… (11/02/10)
  4270. A voter leaves the Veterans Ha… (11/02/10)
  4271. Rebecca Vasquez passes slates … (11/02/10)
  4272. McLaughlin supporter Sara Tane… (11/02/10)
  4273. City council candidate Eduardo… (11/02/10)
  4274. A man wearing a Nat Bates t-sh… (11/02/10)
  4275. A man wearing a Nat Bates t-sh… (11/02/10)
  4276. Many polls have closed on the … (11/02/10)
  4277. Lynette Willis has lived in Po… (11/02/10)
  4278. Lynette Willis has lived in Po… (11/02/10)
  4279. Emergency responders Mark Jelo… (11/02/10)
  4280. You can’t miss the signs outsi… (11/02/10)
  4281. Voters are casting ballots at … (11/02/10)
  4282. Richmond High School is one of… (11/02/10)
  4283. Four hours remain until the po… (11/02/10)
  4284. City Council member Tom Butt c… (11/02/10)
  4285. A sign for the Richmond Progre… (11/02/10)
  4286. Mayor Gayle McLaughlin, Jovank… (11/02/10)
  4287. Harry Singh is running for Ric… (11/02/10)
  4288. A campaign sign for Nat Bates…. (11/02/10)
  4289. A campaign sign for Virginia F… (11/02/10)
  4290. A campaign sign for Rhonda Har… (11/02/10)
  4291. A campaign sign for Rhonda Har… (11/02/10)
  4292. Richmond Confidential reporter… (11/02/10)
  4293. Richmond Confidential reporter… (11/02/10)
  4294. Nat Bates’ campaign getting ou… (11/02/10)
  4295. Nat Bates’ campaign getting ou… (11/02/10)
  4296. Corky Booze fills in his ballo… (11/02/10)
  4297. Barbara Strauss, an RPA volunt… (11/02/10)
  4298. Margaret Jordan and Mike Parke… (11/02/10)
  4299. UC Berkeley professor Claudia … (11/02/10)
  4300. City Council candidate Corky B… (11/02/10)
  4301. Mike Parker of the Richmond Pr… (11/02/10)
  4302. The calls said McLaughlin didn… (11/02/10)
  4303. Voters in Richmond received ro… (11/02/10)
  4304. City Council candidate Corky B… (11/02/10)
  4305. Jackie Thompson, treasurer for… (11/02/10)
  4306. Five hours left until the poll… (11/02/10)
  4307. http://twitvid.com/TAW7G – A b… (11/02/10)
  4308. L-R: City Council candidate Co… (11/02/10)
  4309. J.P. De Oliveira, 38, said he … (11/02/10)
  4310. City council candidate Eduardo… (11/02/10)
  4311. We’re liveblogging the electio… (11/02/10)
  4312. Six hours to go until the poll… (11/02/10)
  4313. Find out where to drop off you… (11/02/10)
  4314. Still not sure where to vote i… (11/02/10)
  4315. City council candidate Corky B… (11/02/10)
  4316. Liveblogging the elections in Richmond (11/02/10)
  4317. Voters sound off (11/02/10)
  4318. After lull, two murders in two days (11/02/10)
  4319. Eduardo Martinez—city counci… (11/02/10)
  4320. Gaggle of press waiting for Je… (11/02/10)
  4321. We want to hear from you (11/02/10)
  4322. BAPAC attacks two council candidates (11/01/10)
  4323. To Rent or Own – special projects – redirect (11/01/10)
  4324. Mexican and American and voting (11/01/10)
  4325. Hauntatorium event: frighteningly good time (10/31/10)
  4326. Oilers’ raw determination wins Richmond Cup (10/30/10)
  4327. Eagles flock to end zone, crush Cougars 54-14 (10/30/10)
  4328. Ready to work: Sherly Oglivie (10/29/10)
  4329. Break in at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce (10/29/10)
  4330. City looking to make green off pot businesses (10/29/10)
  4331. Measure M: More money for schools? (10/29/10)
  4332. Singh hopes to bring harmony to council (10/28/10)
  4333. Harris, a self-made entrepreneur for council (10/28/10)
  4334. A leader who confounds convention (10/28/10)
  4335. Longtime teacher seeks council spot (10/27/10)
  4336. Tubbs: The Nov. 2 surprise? (10/27/10)
  4337. The human cost of pollution (10/26/10)
  4338. Lopez’s well-funded re-election bid focused on jobs, education (10/26/10)
  4339. Jim Rogers vies for a third term (10/26/10)
  4340. Richmond Roulette: Groups go all in on Measure U (10/25/10)
  4341. After delays, hearing set for rape suspects (10/25/10)
  4342. Preventing rape: One year later (10/25/10)
  4343. Thinking outside the box, Beckles rallies for change (10/24/10)
  4344. A business mind makes a difference, Finlay says (10/24/10)
  4345. City reaches out to North Richmond residents (10/24/10)
  4346. Chevron spends big on candidates (10/23/10)
  4347. Oiler JV: Building for the future (10/23/10)
  4348. Local park organization edged out in national contest finals (10/23/10)
  4349. Homecoming heartbreaker. Kennedy falls 48-44 (10/23/10)
  4350. Chevron invests heavily in loc… (10/23/10)
  4351. A city enveloped in Blossoms and Thorns (10/22/10)
  4352. Changes were made to the contr… (10/22/10)
  4353. RT @westcountytimes: Insuffici… (10/22/10)
  4354. Changes made to controversial preschool attendance tracking system (10/22/10)
  4355. RT @CCTimes: Speaking of plans… (10/22/10)
  4356. #Richmond may owe Chevron $26 … (10/22/10)
  4357. City may owe Chevron $26 million (10/22/10)
  4358. The “hardest working man in … (10/22/10)
  4359. Could it be Corky time? (10/22/10)
  4360. The story behind the bad smell… (10/21/10)
  4361. Leaking wastewater treatment dome likely source of foul odor (10/21/10)
  4362. Legislation has reduced the nu… (10/21/10)
  4363. Not all toys on the shelf are lead-free (10/21/10)
  4364. Get to know your mayoral candidates (10/21/10)
  4365. Follow details of Richmond Ca … (10/21/10)
  4366. #ricon lots of interest in The… (10/21/10)
  4367. Mayoral campaign contributions map (10/21/10)
  4368. Contribution data: Gayle McLaughlin (10/21/10)
  4369. Contribution data: John Ziesenhenne (10/21/10)
  4370. Contribution data: Nat Bates (10/21/10)
  4371. Long-shot mayoral candidate Jo… (10/21/10)
  4372. Ziesenhenne banks on business acumen (10/21/10)
  4373. Tracking truants on Richmond’s streets (10/20/10)
  4374. A mother’s online grief (10/20/10)
  4375. Unfinished business: Mayor seeks second term (10/20/10)
  4376. Congressman George Miller talk… (10/20/10)
  4377. Miller, among friends, talks education (10/19/10)
  4378. Our 2010 election coverage beg… (10/19/10)
  4379. RT @westcountytimes: Richmond’… (10/19/10)
  4380. Lucky number four for Nat Bates? (10/19/10)
  4381. Our new weekly photo series ht… (10/18/10)
  4382. Introducing Richmond Confidential’s Campaign Finance Explorer (10/18/10)
  4383. Last day to register to vote (10/18/10)
  4384. Mental mistakes cost Eagles (10/17/10)
  4385. The week in pictures (10/16/10)
  4386. Gauchos stomp Oilers as skid reaches three games (10/16/10)
  4387. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar talks renewable energy in Richmond (10/15/10)
  4388. Ready to work: Chanel Henderson (10/15/10)
  4389. Fathering a team through football (10/15/10)
  4390. Students learn about Prop. 13 (10/14/10)
  4391. Rosie the Riveter takes to the stage (10/14/10)
  4392. A new business model for Richmond (10/13/10)
  4393. Hundreds lace up to fight hunger, help the homeless (10/13/10)
  4394. More than 250 West County workers lose jobs (10/12/10)
  4395. Community forum on Prop 13 (10/12/10)
  4396. Promotions and politics in the RPD (10/12/10)
  4397. Though many lenses: The Green Drive Expo (10/11/10)
  4398. Strange cars, new tech: Hello, Green Drive Expo (10/11/10)
  4399. @TedNapolitano I’ve quoted you… (10/11/10)
  4400. @BrammoSays I’ve quoted you in… (10/11/10)
  4401. @PriusChatForums I’ve quoted y… (10/11/10)
  4402. @ricon_boheekim I’ve quoted yo… (10/11/10)
  4403. @boheekim I’ve quoted you in m… (10/11/10)
  4404. Mental health advocates ask: “How could they?” (10/11/10)
  4405. Police and fire unions also investigated Beckles (10/10/10)
  4406. Richmond vies for playground prize (10/10/10)
  4407. The Think City car has a body … (10/09/10)
  4408. Watching the mayor of Richmond… (10/09/10)
  4409. Oilers fall short, 46-19 (10/09/10)
  4410. St. Patrick-St. Vincent Bruins rout Kennedy Eagles (10/09/10)
  4411. Looking at a Vanguard Citicar … (10/09/10)
  4412. MPG Challenge takes a slow run through Richmond (10/09/10)
  4413. Test drove the Prius Plug-in. … (10/09/10)
  4414. Police and fire unions spent $… (10/08/10)
  4415. Get your free soil on Sunday (10/08/10)
  4416. Eagles ready to come back strong (10/08/10)
  4417. Ready to work: Armando Robinson (10/08/10)
  4418. @GreenDriveExpo We’ve already … (10/08/10)
  4419. After tough year, Kennedy High squad has plenty to cheer about (10/08/10)
  4420. Gearheads meet green tech (10/07/10)
  4421. Nighttime in the North and East (10/07/10)
  4422. Bringing books to Richmond kindergartens (10/07/10)
  4423. City Council overshadowed by attack on mayor (10/06/10)
  4424. http://fb.me/z51c7MAg (10/05/10)
  4425. McLaughlin under fire (10/05/10)
  4426. http://fb.me/H5H6TzH6 (10/05/10)
  4427. The American Dream? (10/05/10)
  4428. Homefront Festival celebrates Richmond’s WWII history (10/04/10)
  4429. http://fb.me/HoxCVZ5s (10/04/10)
  4430. Health care reform, and what it means for you (10/04/10)
  4431. “We’ve had some bang-ups: … (10/03/10)
  4432. Injuries and missed chances cost Eagles the game (10/03/10)
  4433. Richmond residents celebrate Rosie (10/02/10)
  4434. Ready to work: Hahsaan Jordan (10/01/10)
  4435. Puerto Rican birth certificates must be reissued by October 30 (10/01/10)
  4436. Candidates outline ideas at school board forum (10/01/10)
  4437. Get ready now for the next disaster (10/01/10)
  4438. http://fb.me/JbMH4PyE (09/30/10)
  4439. Federal subsidy for jobs has run out (09/30/10)
  4440. “On this day, it’s like Sa… (09/30/10)
  4441. Laotians teach their young how to honor the dead (09/30/10)
  4442. By the numbers: A new report e… (09/29/10)
  4443. Poverty levels in Richmond worsen in 2009 (09/29/10)
  4444. RichCon has the story of a pro… (09/29/10)
  4445. Iron Triangle parents get free computers (09/29/10)
  4446. http://fb.me/J3W3bJfs (09/28/10)
  4447. http://fb.me/HR3hiCt2 (09/28/10)
  4448. Stifling pertussis (09/28/10)
  4449. Volunteers collected more than… (09/28/10)
  4450. Trashing the trash (09/28/10)
  4451. California Endowment has $1 bi… (09/27/10)
  4452. Community preps for millions in health funds (09/27/10)
  4453. Plus a gallery of photos from … (09/27/10)
  4454. Plus a gallery from North Rich… (09/27/10)
  4455. Planting seeds for North Richmond’s rebirth (09/27/10)
  4456. Eagles over Oilers in the batt… (09/25/10)
  4457. Eagles Snap Oilers’ Winning Streak (09/25/10)
  4458. Eagles #10 sweeps the right si… (09/24/10)
  4459. Richmond Oilers score a touchd… (09/24/10)
  4460. Kennedy makes the two-point co… (09/24/10)
  4461. Eagles score 13 seconds into t… (09/24/10)
  4462. With two minutes left in the f… (09/24/10)
  4463. Eagles #5 scores a touchdown, … (09/24/10)
  4464. Oilers #10 takes it to the end… (09/24/10)
  4465. Oilers coaches shout as Kenned… (09/24/10)
  4466. Kennedy picks up loose ball, s… (09/24/10)
  4467. Eagles Number 10 takes it to t… (09/24/10)
  4468. Touchdown Oilers + two point c… (09/24/10)
  4469. Oilers Number 72 is helped off… (09/24/10)
  4470. Kennedy keeps climcing. 16-0. (09/24/10)
  4471. Kennedy leads 14-0 against Ric… (09/24/10)
  4472. Kennedy scores a touch down an… (09/24/10)
  4473. Looking at Richmond’s unemploy… (09/24/10)
  4474. Ready to work: Sonia Aguilera (09/24/10)
  4475. Looking to overcome a tragic s… (09/24/10)
  4476. http://fb.me/yjcpIghs (09/24/10)
  4477. http://fb.me/tJAHCMZB (09/24/10)
  4478. Students click away at an Arts… (09/24/10)
  4479. http://richmondconfidential.or… (09/24/10)
  4480. http://richmondconfidential.or… (09/24/10)
  4481. Breaking the taboo of ‘snitching’ (09/24/10)
  4482. A day of Spirit and Soul for downtown Richmond (09/23/10)
  4483. Bulgogi to the Rescue (09/22/10)
  4484. Council OKs pot dispensaries in Richmond (09/22/10)
  4485. http://fb.me/ItTCbmS5 (09/21/10)
  4486. http://richmondconfidential.or… (09/21/10)
  4487. Life through a lens (09/21/10)
  4488. One woman’s garbage (09/21/10)
  4489. Campaign Finance Explorer – Special Projects – Redirect (09/21/10)
  4490. Richmond seniors compete for I… (09/19/10)
  4491. Seniors cut loose at Idol Finals (09/19/10)
  4492. Coach Byrd blames lack of prep… (09/18/10)
  4493. Eagles fall, 36-14 (09/18/10)
  4494. Read the breakdown of Thursday… (09/17/10)
  4495. Economy overshadows candidate forum (09/17/10)
  4496. Officials seek to dispel fears, draw more people to Nevin Park (09/17/10)
  4497. Nat Bates, “I would like to st… (09/16/10)
  4498. Nat Bates, “I am supporting jo… (09/16/10)
  4499. John Ziesenhenne declines to t… (09/16/10)
  4500. Rhonda Harris on medical marij… (09/16/10)
  4501. “You cannot stop me. I am the … (09/16/10)
  4502. Mayoral candidates forum set f… (09/16/10)
  4503. Richmond officials celebrated … (09/15/10)
  4504. Honda revs up city’s economic engine (09/15/10)
  4505. Youth find cross-cultural kinship at Nicholl Park (09/14/10)
  4506. Neighborhood representatives prepare for pot ordinance (09/14/10)
  4507. Ready to work – Redirect – Special Projects (09/14/10)
  4508. Sports – Redirects – Special Projects (09/14/10)
  4509. Crime – Redirects – Special Projects (09/14/10)
  4510. Richmond’s Roots – Redirect – Special Project (09/14/10)
  4511. Point Molate – Redirects – Special Projects (09/14/10)
  4512. Local Government – Redirects – Special Project (09/14/10)
  4513. Murders on the decline in Rich… (09/13/10)
  4514. Murder rate on the decline (09/13/10)
  4515. Richmond’s coastal health. See… (09/13/10)
  4516. Richmond Oilers Win! http://ri… (09/12/10)
  4517. Richmond High: The Season of Revenge (09/11/10)
  4518. Restoring California to its roots (09/11/10)
  4519. Richmond’s kids get free school supplies (09/10/10)
  4520. Point Molate news. http://fb.m… (09/10/10)
  4521. Residents present alternatives to casino for Point Molate (09/10/10)
  4522. Council Throws Local Schools a Lifeline (09/08/10)
  4523. We’ve cleaned up our site. Che… (09/07/10)
  4524. Richmond agency offers training and hope to jobseekers (09/06/10)
  4525. Fan energy lifts Eagles (09/05/10)
  4526. Eagles clinch last-minute victory in season opener (09/04/10)
  4527. Seniors vie for ‘Idol’ title (09/03/10)
  4528. After lost year, Kennedy football returns (09/02/10)
  4529. RYSE kicks off school year with street festival (08/24/10)
  4530. Local children growing up without parents (08/19/10)
  4531. ‘Peace’ is this local icon’s middle name (08/18/10)
  4532. Richmond jewel reborn (08/17/10)
  4533. Innkeeping at the East Brother Lighthouse (08/13/10)
  4534. Integrating California prison cells (08/12/10)
  4535. Prison University at San Quentin Prison (08/11/10)
  4536. Breaking ground on downtown project (08/10/10)
  4537. Prison’s revolving door (08/09/10)
  4538. Council won’t halt court cases against pot shops (08/05/10)
  4539. Frustrations outweigh ideas at Point Molate meeting (08/05/10)
  4540. Richmond celebrates National Night Out with 24 block parties (08/04/10)
  4541. Richmond neighborhoods celebrate National Night Out (08/03/10)
  4542. Seven winners at Contra Costa College Community Chess Tournament (08/02/10)
  4543. Neglected pipes result in rate increase (07/30/10)
  4544. Running a business for man’s best friend (07/29/10)
  4545. City Council takes a mulligan on marijuana ordinance (07/28/10)
  4546. Ex-Councilman Ziesenhenne officially in mayor’s race (07/27/10)
  4547. Council to weigh Oakland-like tax on big pot growers (07/26/10)
  4548. Teens show their best at Richmond’s Got Talent Show (07/26/10)
  4549. Richmond leads the Bay Area in solar power wattage per capita (07/23/10)
  4550. Voters to get say on casino plan — but it won’t count (07/21/10)
  4551. Council passes ‘liberal’ medical pot ordinance (07/21/10)
  4552. Richmond now has its own seed-lending library (07/20/10)
  4553. Race behind walls (07/19/10)
  4554. Construction on the Plunge nearly finished (07/16/10)
  4555. Richmond mourns the death of Asama Ayyad (07/15/10)
  4556. What are your hopes for Point Molate? (07/14/10)
  4557. Tax liens coming soon for city’s nuisance properties (07/14/10)
  4558. Richmond police join forces with parole agents (07/12/10)
  4559. What is your opinion about the Mehserle trial verdict? (07/09/10)
  4560. Verdict in Mehserle trial: Involuntary manslaughter (07/08/10)
  4561. Council OKs Taser purchase, breaks own resolution (07/07/10)
  4562. Good news for North Richmond’s jobless (07/06/10)
  4563. Fire season approaches for Richmond (07/05/10)
  4564. Oil spill experts tell Richmond group they’re prepared (07/02/10)
  4565. Brazilian community bustling in Richmond (07/01/10)
  4566. Mehserle verdict won’t affect Richmond, police say (06/30/10)
  4567. County urging kids to stay away from soda (06/30/10)
  4568. Local pot dispensaries won’t find relief on Nov. ballot (06/29/10)
  4569. Composting goes big in Richmond starting July 1 (06/28/10)
  4570. What are your hopes for Point Molate? (06/24/10)
  4571. Richmond council OKs plan for new pipeline fees (06/23/10)
  4572. Developers, parks service close to deal at Ford Point (06/22/10)
  4573. Richmond celebrates Juneteenth Festival (06/21/10)
  4574. Opponents raise doubts over Point Molate casino mailer (06/17/10)
  4575. Friendship Manor feeling less safe, residents say (06/17/10)
  4576. Sewer rates going up, council votes (06/15/10)
  4577. Tempers flare on council as pair of flotilla survivors return home (06/15/10)
  4578. Volunteers start campaigning for mayor’s race (06/15/10)
  4579. Despite loss, Phillips’ political star still rising (06/14/10)
  4580. Richmond’s Green Party mayor: Still feeling like the underdog (06/11/10)
  4581. Fun at Richmond Heights Neighborhood Potluck (06/10/10)
  4582. Election 2010: D.A. race headed for run-off (06/09/10)
  4583. Election 2010: Gioia leading in race for County Supe (06/08/10)
  4584. Richmond hosted children and youth summit (06/07/10)
  4585. Election 2010: Breakdown of contested county races (06/07/10)
  4586. School district celebrates English proficiency achievement (06/04/10)
  4587. Richmond man aboard Gaza flotilla now safely in Greece (06/03/10)
  4588. Money flying for D.A. candidates, but not in Richmond (06/03/10)
  4589. New Helms Middle School ready to show (06/02/10)
  4590. Council approves 10-foot annex along Kay Road (06/01/10)
  4591. District banking on voter support for Measure D (06/01/10)
  4592. The Mechanics Bank, a history shared with Richmond (05/28/10)
  4593. Making an IMPACT in North Richmond (05/27/10)
  4594. Mayoral race could put council in flux (05/26/10)
  4595. The curious case of Nat Bates (05/25/10)
  4596. Latino laborers show support for Point Molate project (05/20/10)
  4597. Farmers’ market returns to Point Richmond (05/19/10)
  4598. Council approves another Point Molate extension (05/19/10)
  4599. Reader weighs in on immigration debate (05/18/10)
  4600. Heavyweight politicos gather in Richmond (05/14/10)
  4601. Chevron, city, strike deal (05/12/10)
  4602. Prodigal son on the RYSE (05/10/10)
  4603. ‘A profound impact’ (05/09/10)
  4604. City leaders urge against Chevron tax measure (05/07/10)
  4605. Hazing Arizona (05/06/10)
  4606. Community takes the reins (05/04/10)
  4607. Minds together in the ‘Triangle’ (05/03/10)
  4608. Local icon reminisces on his march with history (05/02/10)
  4609. Court sides against Chevron (05/01/10)
  4610. Family Justice Center planned for Richmond (04/29/10)
  4611. ‘Redemptive’ reception for outreach in North Richmond (04/28/10)
  4612. Earth Day highlights federal support of local green movement (04/26/10)
  4613. The sinkhole seen ’round the Bay Area (04/25/10)
  4614. A positive message in North Richmond (04/24/10)
  4615. Working to represent Richmond (04/21/10)
  4616. Former Obama official weighs in on Richmond (04/19/10)
  4617. A celebration of silly (04/17/10)
  4618. A city where the women flex their muscles (04/16/10)
  4619. New youth jobs program hailed (04/14/10)
  4620. The Manor’s fairest matron (04/12/10)
  4621. Hazardous to our health (04/09/10)
  4622. ‘Most of my childhood memories were tragic events’ (04/08/10)
  4623. City looks to crack down on truancy, will impose daytime curfew (04/07/10)
  4624. American Legion Post unveils mammoth bingo hall (04/05/10)
  4625. Message in a bottle – special projects – redirect (04/04/10)
  4626. The building blocks of a better community (04/02/10)
  4627. L.I.F.E. in the Iron Triangle (04/01/10)
  4628. Into the hurt zone, looking to heal (03/29/10)
  4629. Native American advocate teaches ‘values of peace’ (03/27/10)
  4630. Inner unrest (03/26/10)
  4631. Gone, but not forgotten (03/25/10)
  4632. Richmond Confidential announces partnership with The Globe (03/24/10)
  4633. Looking to increase the peace (03/23/10)
  4634. The secrets of his success (03/22/10)
  4635. Faith leaders honored, vow to sustain efforts (03/17/10)
  4636. Criminal justice expert discusses Richmond’s challenges, hope (03/16/10)
  4637. Women gather to celebrate the past – and the future (03/15/10)
  4638. Chevron Corp. steps up donations to local groups (03/13/10)
  4639. Celebrating Richmond’s women (03/12/10)
  4640. Audio report: Chevron and its future in Richmond (03/12/10)
  4641. City eyes possible turning point (03/11/10)
  4642. A face concealed, a perspective revealed (03/09/10)
  4643. The sounds of peaceful fury (03/08/10)
  4644. Prospective Point Molate builders secure fresh extension (03/07/10)
  4645. Peace march draws up to 1,000 to church, civic center (03/06/10)
  4646. City poised to mobilize for peace (03/05/10)
  4647. The bloodhound (03/05/10)
  4648. Sights and sound from weekend’s anti-violence march (03/02/10)
  4649. Black men take to streets with message of peace (02/28/10)
  4650. Plunge edges toward completion (02/26/10)
  4651. Community to hold series of events against local violence (02/26/10)
  4652. City honors publisher of local black newspaper (02/24/10)
  4653. A glimpse into a time of limitless promise (02/23/10)
  4654. Local meeting examines a possible future without Chevron (02/21/10)
  4655. Local public activists honored for service (02/19/10)
  4656. Council approves naming street project after fallen officer (02/17/10)
  4657. Brazen violence rocks city (02/16/10)
  4658. Mayor to honor local leaders for Black History Month (02/15/10)
  4659. Richmond Tale: Local building tells story on its wall (02/13/10)
  4660. Yee seeks community support for bystander law (02/09/10)
  4661. Council calls for reduced airborne pollution (02/03/10)
  4662. Gov. Schwarzenegger outlines state plan at local “green” business (01/29/10)
  4663. Galileo guys gather for good times (01/22/10)
  4664. City council continues ban on new pot dispensaries (01/21/10)
  4665. Salesian boys hoops team shows why it’s No. 1 (01/21/10)
  4666. Happening This Week: Jan. 20 (01/20/10)
  4667. Mayor delivers State of City address (01/20/10)
  4668. Should witnesses be required to report violent crimes? (01/19/10)
  4669. A look ahead at November’s mayoral prospects (01/18/10)
  4670. Broker claims city owes $1.5 million for Point Molate (01/18/10)
  4671. Richmond man reconnects slave colony descendants (01/17/10)
  4672. Coffee roaster: neighborhood change starts with cafe (01/17/10)
  4673. Richmond Speaks on Martin Luther King, Jr. (01/16/10)
  4674. Residents oppose possible post office closure (01/16/10)
  4675. At least five candidates plan to enter council race (01/15/10)
  4676. ‘Building neighborhoods block by block’ (01/15/10)
  4677. Making Richmond healthy on a dime (01/14/10)
  4678. City hails progress of local nonprofit urban renewal program (01/14/10)
  4679. Happening This Week: Jan. 11 (01/13/10)
  4680. Amid a failing state, Richmond earns an A in tobacco control and prevention (01/13/10)
  4681. Murder the main issue at “Meet the Mayor” meeting (01/13/10)
  4682. Council approves extension for Point Molate developer (01/12/10)
  4683. Richmond Speaks New Years (01/12/10)
  4684. A Richmond activist fights gangs and governors (01/12/10)
  4685. Richmond reacts to crime report ranking, good or bad? (01/11/10)
  4686. End of the line: Richmond’s Ferry Point (01/08/10)
  4687. “End Chevron’s Perk” campaign to start next week (01/07/10)
  4688. Council likely moving forward on alcohol fee, Point Molate still up in the air (01/06/10)
  4689. Local civic group discusses Chevron’s role in community (01/06/10)
  4690. Students rise to the top with media skills (01/05/10)
  4691. Struggle between Chevron and city intensifies (12/31/09)
  4692. Point Isabel historical timeline (12/31/09)
  4693. Lack of ethnic press speaks volumes in Richmond (12/30/09)
  4694. Richmond Museum of History (12/29/09)
  4695. Statistics show mixed results in ongoing struggle with crime (12/28/09)
  4696. The group behind the green boxes coming to town (12/26/09)
  4697. GRIP fulfills children’s holiday wish list (12/25/09)
  4698. Local police lead major drug bust in ‘Iron Triangle’ (12/24/09)
  4699. Richmond Speaks on Christmas Eve. shopping (12/24/09)
  4700. Story time for a special season (12/24/09)
  4701. Artists with disabilities defy traditions, expectations (12/23/09)
  4702. Raw video: Pushing hard for the approved bulkhead (12/23/09)
  4703. Hard times for Castle Bail Bonds (12/22/09)
  4704. City, developer in disagreement over alleged violations at Historic Ford Plant (12/21/09)
  4705. Local artists unveil ambitious mural at Police Department (12/21/09)
  4706. Asian Americans less willing to use mental health services (12/20/09)
  4707. Richmond Speaks on film (12/19/09)
  4708. Year-end showcase of youth arts at Civic Center (12/19/09)
  4709. Christmas in Richmond (12/18/09)
  4710. Real ‘Rosies’ celebrated at Ford Point (12/18/09)
  4711. Where are you from? (12/17/09)
  4712. Bulkhead survives contentious battle (12/16/09)
  4713. City celebrates 61st anniversary of United Nations Declaration (12/16/09)
  4714. Happening This Week: Dec. 15 (12/15/09)
  4715. Hometown star scores two touchdowns against Raiders (12/15/09)
  4716. America SCORES increases literacy, with soccer (12/15/09)
  4717. Councilman Butt visits Berkeley, sounds off on issues (12/14/09)
  4718. Twelve years after cleanup, DDT still poisons harbor (12/14/09)
  4719. Real men don’t stand by (12/13/09)
  4720. In search of a warm coat for Christmas (12/12/09)
  4721. Richmond Speaks on marijuana (12/11/09)
  4722. Christmas tree lot an annual tradition (12/11/09)
  4723. Laotian community fights Chevron, environmental injustice (12/10/09)
  4724. District hopes bus passes will increase attendance (12/09/09)
  4725. Happening This Week: Dec. 8 (12/08/09)
  4726. Bank-owned homes cost city time, money (12/08/09)
  4727. Chevron grants $1 million to non profits, but city official wants more (12/06/09)
  4728. Blogging for Jane Doe (12/05/09)
  4729. Kennedy alums show support for film (12/04/09)
  4730. Foreclosures lead to mental stress (12/04/09)
  4731. Economic troubles for freeway shooting victim (12/04/09)
  4732. Richmond rapper treading own path (12/03/09)
  4733. City Council reconsiders pool divider (12/03/09)
  4734. Richmond Speaks on divorce (12/03/09)
  4735. Council says no more pot clubs (12/02/09)
  4736. Local eateries honored for contributions (12/02/09)
  4737. Happening This Week: Dec. 1 (12/01/09)
  4738. City Council Preview — Dec. 1 (12/01/09)
  4739. Richmond becomes ‘Human Rights City’ (12/01/09)
  4740. Crime overlays poverty (11/30/09)
  4741. Exploring the unknown: Rod & Gun Club part 2 (11/29/09)
  4742. Film documents football season when Kennedy was king (11/28/09)
  4743. Richmond Wrecking Belles (11/28/09)
  4744. Stimulus jobs: Few for Richmond residents (11/27/09)
  4745. Native American history for Thanksgiving (11/26/09)
  4746. Richmond Speaks on Black Friday (11/26/09)
  4747. Community must manage trauma, too (11/25/09)
  4748. A musical exclamation mark (11/24/09)
  4749. De Anza’s cheerleaders an irrepressible bunch (11/23/09)
  4750. De Anza Dons demonstrate big heart (11/23/09)
  4751. Richmond Speaks on Thanksgiving (11/22/09)
  4752. CSD Eagles work the field without words (11/22/09)
  4753. One last game under the lights for Salesian seniors (11/21/09)
  4754. Main Library (11/20/09)
  4755. Richmond Library System (11/20/09)
  4756. Bookmobile (11/20/09)
  4757. Bayview Branch (11/20/09)
  4758. Westside Branch (11/20/09)
  4759. Richmond Speaks (11/20/09)
  4760. Rabbit rescuers hop to it (11/20/09)
  4761. Cheering to the end (11/19/09)
  4762. City gives bike helmets to youth, teaches safety (11/19/09)
  4763. Exploring the unknown: Rod & Gun Club (11/18/09)
  4764. Council approves $350,000 divider for The Plunge swimming pool (11/18/09)
  4765. De Anza plays hard throughout despite absorbing final loss of winless season (11/18/09)
  4766. Council Preview (Nov. 17) (11/17/09)
  4767. In a city where shooting is routine, residents unruffled by gunfire (11/17/09)
  4768. Richmond Speaks on proposed casino (11/17/09)
  4769. ‘Taking the city back, one block at a time’ (11/17/09)
  4770. Playoff time at Salesian (11/16/09)
  4771. Happening This Week (11/16/09)
  4772. Environmental group may settle Point Molate lawsuit (11/16/09)
  4773. Living with shots fired (11/16/09)
  4774. Celebrating 20 years of college scholarships (11/15/09)
  4775. Native Americans healing through the arts (11/15/09)
  4776. Grant helps Fire Department secure new exercise equipment (11/14/09)
  4777. Richmond Bay Trail Map (11/14/09)
  4778. Council member Jeff Ritterman responds (11/13/09)
  4779. Mexican Art Form on a Roll (11/13/09)
  4780. For Guidiville Band, a casino isn’t the main point (11/13/09)
  4781. When it comes to concussions, best to play it safe (11/13/09)
  4782. Richmond Speaks on food (11/13/09)
  4783. Richmond High alum returns home in loss to Cal (11/12/09)
  4784. The law behind gaming at Point Molate (11/12/09)
  4785. City agency looks to stop violence before it starts (11/12/09)
  4786. New hope for Native Americans (11/12/09)
  4787. County unanimous in support for casino (11/11/09)
  4788. Local casino opposition crumbling (11/11/09)
  4789. City offering businesses a free pass on late fees (11/11/09)
  4790. No urgency before emergency (11/11/09)
  4791. Company Town?: History of the Richmond refinery (11/10/09)
  4792. Youth employment program on the rise (11/09/09)
  4793. Weekend score update (11/09/09)
  4794. Richmond Homicide map (11/09/09)
  4795. Years later, chemical company lot still a toxic stew (11/09/09)
  4796. Local eatery alive with history, flavor (11/09/09)
  4797. Harbor for a home (11/08/09)
  4798. Parent sees sports as shield from trouble (11/08/09)
  4799. Peewee football gives kids role models (11/08/09)
  4800. Clean clothes, clean environment (11/07/09)
  4801. Punks persist underground (11/07/09)
  4802. BSAL cross-country finals (11/06/09)
  4803. A glimpse at life in a troubled school, and its little team that fights on (11/06/09)
  4804. Cutting hair and curbing crime (11/06/09)
  4805. Cult classic rocks Point Richmond (11/06/09)
  4806. This Week in High School Football: Nov. 6 (11/05/09)
  4807. Police release 911 call reporting rape (11/05/09)
  4808. Knowledge — not emotion — stops rape (11/05/09)
  4809. Hundreds gather to support rape victim (11/04/09)
  4810. Property tax proposed for June ballot (11/04/09)
  4811. Contra Costa Supervisors willing to be wooed (11/04/09)
  4812. Police chief addresses investigation into alleged rape (11/04/09)
  4813. Richmond speaks on rape (11/03/09)
  4814. Proposed pharmacy cigarette ban draws mixed reactions (11/03/09)
  4815. City Council preview (11/03/09)
  4816. A living link to history (11/03/09)
  4817. Happening this week (11/02/09)
  4818. Religious leaders launch volunteer campaign (11/02/09)
  4819. Weekend score update (11/02/09)
  4820. Richmond’s Climate Action Plan (11/02/09)
  4821. Everyone has a say in community mural (11/02/09)
  4822. Rev. Kamal Hassan: “What will we do?” (11/01/09)
  4823. Pastor calls for faith over fear at victim’s church (11/01/09)
  4824. The religious reflect on Richmond rape (11/01/09)
  4825. A little skeleton music (11/01/09)
  4826. Bad economy brings new vendors to swap meet (10/31/09)
  4827. Historic shipyards: A porthole to Richmond’s roots (10/31/09)
  4828. Pets fall victim to tough economy (10/30/09)
  4829. For Halloween, how about some glass pumpkins (10/30/09)
  4830. Women weave cloth and community (10/30/09)
  4831. This Week in High School Football (10/29/09)
  4832. Your go-to source for Richmond prep sports news (10/29/09)
  4833. Lights, cameras, action at Richmond High (10/29/09)
  4834. Kennedy’s junior varsity shows no signs of quitting (10/29/09)
  4835. BART commuters inconvenienced by bridge failure (10/28/09)
  4836. Residents say neighborhood is safe despite rape (10/28/09)
  4837. Bridge closure affects those who stay local too (10/28/09)
  4838. As media descends, school and city react to national spotlight (10/28/09)
  4839. Richmond’s 37th Homicide (10/28/09)
  4840. Richmond’s New Skate Park (10/28/09)
  4841. AIDS increase feared due to budget cuts (10/28/09)
  4842. Safety measures under scrutiny (10/27/09)
  4843. Cool-headed cop has eye on crime reduction (10/27/09)
  4844. One player’s family keeps Kennedy JV alive (10/27/09)
  4845. Patrolling Richmond’s ‘Iron Triangle’ (10/27/09)
  4846. Even in a little country, Kennedy alum’s got big hoop dreams (10/26/09)
  4847. Land trusts: conserving homeownership (10/26/09)
  4848. Annual Homefront Festival was a weekend of fall fun (10/26/09)
  4849. Oilers win first homecoming game in nine years (10/24/09)
  4850. Troubled tracks? (10/23/09)
  4851. Church thrives in unlikely place (10/23/09)
  4852. Red Oak victory ship photo tour (10/23/09)
  4853. Richmond Samoans aid tsunami survivors (10/23/09)
  4854. SS Red Oak is Richmond’s floating museum (10/23/09)
  4855. Toxic legacy persists in Richmond Inner Harbor (10/22/09)
  4856. Kennedy High cancels remainder of football season (10/22/09)
  4857. National gospel competition graces the Bay Area (10/22/09)
  4858. Reducing violence from one ‘hood to the next (10/22/09)
  4859. Richmond students serve on Youth Commission to improve schools (10/22/09)
  4860. A reprieve for renters (10/21/09)
  4861. In tough economy, pain trickles to the bottom (10/21/09)
  4862. Richmond council votes to ban cigarettes at drug stores (10/21/09)
  4863. Nevin Park filling the bill, so far (10/20/09)
  4864. Struggling homeowners get help at Cow Palace (10/20/09)
  4865. Richmond Homicide Map: A look inside the numbers (10/19/09)
  4866. Point Richmond clockmaker turns clutter into crafts (10/19/09)
  4867. Bay Area native brings the Richmond Shipyards to the stage (10/16/09)
  4868. All Backed Up: Plans to widen San Pablo Dam Road interchange stuck in neutral (10/16/09)
  4869. Volunteers join international effort to clean coastlines (10/15/09)
  4870. Richmond Considers Gang Injunction (10/15/09)
  4871. World-renowned Berkeley sculptor exhibits new work at the Richmond Art Center (10/13/09)
  4872. Before Napa, there was Winehaven (10/13/09)
  4873. Green Collar Jobs Give Richmond Residents Hope (10/13/09)
  4874. Soul Food: Rescue Mission rebuilds diets and lives (10/13/09)
  4875. Family calls for end to violence at memorial for slain woman, friend (10/13/09)
  4876. The Best Friend of Abandoned Cats in Marina Bay Trail (10/13/09)
  4877. History to make way for housing (10/13/09)
  4878. Rough roads for Richmond’s cab drivers (10/13/09)
  4879. Profile: Michael Froiland (10/13/09)
  4880. Profile: Maurice Cathy (10/13/09)
  4881. Profile: Melvin Jenkins (10/13/09)
  4882. Salesian’s star guard has a big impact (10/13/09)
  4883. Eco Village efforts ‘improve the world’ (10/13/09)
  4884. Kennedy High cross-country team: On equal footing (10/13/09)
  4885. On team of beginners, Oilers’ old hand stands out (10/13/09)
  4886. In Transition: Transit Village still a work in progress (10/12/09)