Our plan was simple: Richmond Confidential student journalists would pick a spot and observe, just watch and take notes, for the same hour, recording everything seen, heard, smelled.
During WWII, Victory ships were produced in large numbers off the California coast. Here is the story of the SS Red Oak. One of the few remaining Victory ships, the SS Red Oak, is now a floating museum open to the public at Kaiser Shipyard No. 3 in Richmond.
“I told the people in customs that we were just going to Disneyland,” Quezada said. “I guess you could say that I’ve been at Disneyland for over 15 years now.”
Immigrants reduce crime rates in American cities and, for a while, help to improve social stability in their neighborhoods, a new report has found.
Families braved a chilly wind billowing across the bay Saturday to learn about nature conservation at the 12th annual North Richmond Shoreline Festival. The free event was held at the Point Pinole Regional Shoreline Park in north Richmond.
Richmond celebrates its rapidly growing Latino population with event to commemorate Mexican Independence Day, connect Latinos with the rest of the Richmond community and boost trust between Latinos and local police.
A new exhibition of rarely seen prints by California artist Emmy Lou Packard opened Saturday in Richmond, offering visitors a glimpse of one of the Bay Area’s most noteworthy 20th century artists at work during World War II.