Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Richmond

The House Rabbit Society is set to hold peaceful protests at Whole Foods Market stores nationwide Sunday to oppose a recent decision to sell rabbit meat.

Richmond’s House Rabbit Society plans protests at Whole Foods stores over rabbit meat sales

The Richmond-based House Rabbit Society (HRS) has planned protests at Whole Foods Market stores nationwide on Sunday to oppose the company's recent decision to sell rabbit meat. HRS, a national nonprofit rescuing abandoned rabbits, has...
Clarence "Mr. Gospel" Eggleton

‘Mr. Gospel’ to release latest CD at Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church

The Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church in Richmond will host the CD release and birthday celebration of Dr. Clarence "Mr. Gospel" Eggleton on Saturday, March 21st. The event will begin at 5 p.m. at the church at...
Poll workers are being sought for the Nov. 4 elections in Contra Costa County, especially those who are bilingual, according to the county's Clerk-Recorder and Registrar of Voters.

Contra Costa County poll workers to earn $125 on Election Day

Poll workers are being sought for the Nov. 4 elections in Contra Costa County, especially those who are bilingual, according to the county’s Clerk-Recorder and Registrar of Voters. To be a poll worker, you must...
Richmond residents encouraged to attend pilot project solar installation at Atchison Village

Richmond residents invited to watch solar installation at Atchison Village Saturday

A 1.1 kilowatt solar system is set to be installed on an Atchison Village home on Saturday as part of a pilot project to provide free or low-cost solar electric systems to more than...
Richmond police dog sniffs up two guns near shooting scene

Richmond police dog sniffs up two guns near shooting scene

Richmond police are applauding their trusted canine Ranger, who led officers to two hidden guns that were possibly used in the shooting on Chanslor Avenue on Wednesday. The shooting occurred in the 1900 block of...
A San Francisco man was arrested Tuesday afternoon on suspicion of attempting to run over a Richmond police officer in a vehicle Monday, police said.

San Francisco man arrested in connection with Richmond officer-involved shooting

A San Francisco man was arrested Tuesday afternoon on suspicion of attempting to run over a Richmond police officer in a vehicle the night before, police said. Quincy Andre Peoples, 41, was detained by police...
Richmond Museum of History to feature Chinese shrimp camp artifacts in new exhibit

Richmond Museum of History to feature Chinese shrimp camp artifacts

A new temporary exhibit celebrating the Chinese shrimping on the San Francisco Bay, with a focus on the shrimp camps in Richmond, is set to open March 21 at the Richmond Museum of History. The...
Salesian will attempt to avenge slim loss to St. Mary's in NCS title game Saturday

Salesian will attempt to avenge slim loss to St. Mary’s in NCS title game...

Here we go again. At 7 p.m. Saturday, the Salesian girls varsity basketball team will be looking to avenge last month's slim loss to rival St. Mary's. The powerhouse teams will face off in the North...
North Richmond's Verde Elementary celebrates literacy, honors revival

North Richmond’s Verde Elementary celebrates literacy, honors revival

Students at Verde Elementary School honored Dr. Suess’ 111th birthday this week with costumes, an awards ceremony and a feast of green eggs and ham – all while celebrating a budding love of reading. The...
Lawmakers seek federal probe into former Chemical Safety Board chairman

Congressman DeSaulnier calls on Chemical Safety Board members to resign

Local Congressman Mark DeSaulnier (CA-11) has called for the resignations of two top officials with the Chemical Safety Board (CSB) -- the federal agency that investigated the Chevron refinery fire of 2012 -- citing...

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SPPD has new leads on homicide case thanks to public

SPPD has new leads on homicide case thanks to public

The San Pablo Police Department developed new leads into the June 12 killing of Shawn Anthony Tillis after reaching out to the community for...
Red Oak Victory to close for restoration work

Red Oak Victory fundraiser commemorates ‘Operation Magic Carpet’

By Kathy Chouteau Time to pull out your 1940s civilian or military threads and get ready to party on the Red Oak Victory ship, which...
City invites community input on Shields-Reid Park redesign

City invites community input on Shields-Reid Park redesign

By Kathy Chouteau Want to weigh-in on the redesign of Richmond’s Shields-Reid Park? The City of Richmond is hosting two upcoming sidewalk meetings where local...