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Richmond suing Trump over sanctuary cities executive order

Richmond considers declaring homeless problem a ‘crisis’

At its meeting Tuesday, the Richmond City Council is set to discuss whether to declare the city's homeless problem a "public health crisis" and to take additional measures to address it. The proposed declaration comes...
Healthy Village Festival returns to downtown Richmond this Saturday

Healthy Village Festival returns to downtown Richmond this Saturday

In the first of several free, family-friendly summer events in downtown Richmond, the annual Healthy Village Festival is set for this Saturday, June 23. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Community Green Space at...
Richmond artists open doors for East Bay Open Studios

Richmond artists open doors for East Bay Open Studios

By Zach Chouteau The East Bay Open Studios (EBOS) returned during the first two weekends of June, opening up artists’ homes to the public during a tradition that has lasted more than four decades now. More...
Young people invited to free financial bootcamp, 'Mad City Money'

Young people invited to free financial bootcamp, ‘Mad City Money’

Local young people ages 14 to 24 are encouraged to take part in Travis Credit Union's free annual Mad City Money Young Adult Financial Boot Camp, where they will participate in a fun activity...
Richmond museum receives grant to fund Speak Ohlone exhibit

Richmond museum receives grant to fund Speak Ohlone exhibit

The Richmond Museum of History has received a $17,500 grant from California Humanities to fund the Speak Ohlone Exhibit Interactive project, part of the first renovation to the Native American permanent exhibit in over...

Semi pulled over for ‘blocking all three rail lines’ at Cutting and Carlson

Richmond police pulled over numerous vehicles on Thursday that illegally stopped on the railroad tracks at Cutting and Carlson boulevards -- including "a semi-truck operator who stopped with his trailer blocking all three rail...
Upcoming community forum to discuss 23rd Street prostitution problem

Community forum to discuss 23rd Street prostitution problem

On June 27, police are inviting local residents to a community forum about the prostitution problem on 23rd Street. The forum will run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Hall, 968 23rd...
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DeJean Middle School Band takes first place at annual Six Flags festival

The local school district is singing the praises of this musical Richmond middle school. Last month, the Lovonya DeJean Middle School Concert Band won first place at the Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Music in the...
Deputies release vehicle believed to be connected to North Richmond homicide

Deputies release image of vehicle related to North Richmond homicide

The Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff has released an image of a vehicle believed to be connected to a shooting that killed Taison Calderon-Lopez, 22, in North Richmond last week. The vehicle is...
Maria Muldaur to kick off Point Richmond Music free concert series

Maria Muldaur to kick off Point Richmond Music free concert series

Maria Muldaur and her Red Hot Bluesiana Band are set to kick off the 2018 free summer concert series this Friday, June 8. Enjoy a free concert with high energy New Orleans blues, R&B  and...

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BART warns about parking lot repaving at El Cerrito del Norte station

BART warns about parking lot repaving at El Cerrito del Norte station

Ongoing improvements being made to the El Cerrito del Norte station will require overnight work in the parking area on the west side of...
Healthy Village Festival returns to downtown Richmond this Saturday

Healthy Village Festival returns to downtown Richmond this Saturday

In the first of several free, family-friendly summer events in downtown Richmond, the annual Healthy Village Festival is set for this Saturday, June 23. From...
Groups calling for ban on single-serve alcoholic beverages in Richmond

Groups call to ban sale of single-serve alcoholic beverages in Richmond

A proposed resolution is circulating social media that calls upon Richmond to restrict or ban the sale of single-serve alcoholic beverages in stores, including...