The city of Richmond is home to many businesses founded and run by women. We interviewed three to learn about their experiences, challenges and successes: Cassandra Simmons, owner of Cassandra’s Wedding Cakes & Beyond; Nikki Villa and Sheila Grovhoug, the daughter and mother business partners behind the Station One Farmhouse store; and Jacqueline Majors of public relations firm J Majors & Associates, LLC.
The Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park opened in Richmond in 2000. Five of Richmond’s original “Rosies,” now all in their nineties, volunteer in the park. This is their story.
Tideline Marine Group launched a new Richmond-to-San Francisco water taxi today. The commuter service will run Mondays through Fridays on three vessels that will transport passengers between Marina Bay and San Francisco’s Pier 1.5.
Election day is just around the corner. Before everything comes to a close, we walked around Richmond, stopping at Civic Center Plaza and Marina Bay, to ask residents what they thought about the upcoming vote.
Two weeks after WCCUSD stops sale of Adams School to Caliber Schools, it submits a petition to open a high school for the 2017 to 2018 academic year.
Despite being one of the dance capitals of the world, with 73 public and private colleges and universities offer dance majors, for decades there hasn’t been a single-subject teaching credential in dance for the California public school system.
Azia Banagan, a 10-year-old Richmond resident, was the recipient of a $1,000 community improvement project grant. She will use the money towards free art workshops she will lead herself.