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Mixed Media Meets Melted Wax

Retreat into the seductive and luminous world of painting with melted wax! This synthetic medium is the glue that pulls many media into a...

No injuries following shooting on I-580 on-ramp in Richmond

No injuries were reported in connection with a shooting in the area of an on-ramp to Interstate Highway 580 in Richmond this afternoon, according...

‘JOTO: Confessions of a Mexican Outcast’ at Contra Costa College Friday

Carlos-Manuel Chavarria (pictured), the chair of the Contra Costa College Drama Department, is set to perform his one-man play, JOTO: Confessions of a Mexican...

8 project ideas win mini-grants to improve Richmond and North Richmond

Eight relatively small but significant projects are set to improve Richmond and North Richmond starting in January, as they were just awarded Love Your...

Perfect gift? Warriors tickets that benefit local youth

A portion of ticket sales for the Golden Gate Warriors home game against the Sacramento Kings on Feb. 15 will benefit Girls Inc. of...

Richmond Parkway crash splits car, injures teenage driver

An 18-year-old Solano County man is in serious condition following a solo-vehicle crash on Richmond Parkway Monday morning that left his vehicle "literally cut...

Three Richmond Steelers teams headed to Snoop Youth Football League state...

The future of Richmond football looks very bright. The Richmond Steelers, a youth program that fostered many of the players who now star in the...

7-Eleven planned for Cutting Boulevard and Harbour Way South

A vacant gas station site at Cutting Boulevard and Harbour Way South is set to reopen and will include a 7-Eleven store. On Nov. 17,...

Richmond police officer punched during bust of armed man

A Richmond police officer was punched during a bust involving a man who possessed a loaded gun with a homemade silencer early Monday, police...

Ray Olson’s memory may save lives as Richmond looks to curb...

Ray Jay Olson's memory lives on in a recently-constructed memorial park in Richmond's Hilltop neighborhood -- and now it may save lives. At Tuesday's Richmond...

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North Richmond celebrates blues heritage

While the bands brought the blues, the community brought the color. Both served to uplift and celebrate North Richmond's rich musical heritage on Saturday. The...

Native American Walk for Sobriety unites the community

It’s officially called the Indigenous People’s Walk for Sobriety. But the hundreds of walkers who came out Saturday – along with the countless honks...

Amazon delivery van, 71 packages stolen in El Sobrante

Rather than the typical route of swiping packages from porches, these thieves went straight for the Amazon van. A man is in custody and another...