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Op-Ed: Why Richmond voters should reject Measure U

By James Lee Richmond businesses are not opposed to a revision of the current Business License Tax. In fact, the Richmond Chamber and the Council...

Teen crash victim’s family hails off-duty sergeant as a hero

By Kathy Chouteau While he’s being called a hero, William Eberly believes it was a matter of being in the right place at the right...

Covid the Corvid – Free as a bird

This story was originally posted in Mayor Tom Butt's e-mail forum. By Mayor Tom Butt On April 29, 2020, a former member of my mayoral staff...

Op-Ed: Standardized testing maintains systemic racism in public schools

By Consuelo Lara The destructive effects of standardized testing have been verified from numerous studies.  These tests have a long connection with the stigmatizations of...

Cal State East Bay Discover Engineering! camp moves online due to...

This story was originally published in East Bay Today. By Natalie Feulner Cal State East Bay’s annual Discover Engineering! camp will look a lot different...

Helms Middle School redefining what it means to be a community...

This story was originally published by GO Public Schools West Contra Costa. By Natalie Walchuk Back in Mexico she was called Zucy — by her...

Congressman DeSaulnier remains in intensive care

Congressman Mark DeSaulnier remained in critical condition in an intensive care unit Wednesday, according to his sons, who issued a statement through is office. “At...

Salesian College Prep moves to ‘remote school’ due to coronavirus

Salesian College Preparatory voluntarily closed it campus to students today until Monday, March 30, due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, the school announced...

Local food resources during coronavirus closures

UPDATE: Story has been updated to reflect the latest changes to WCCUSD's meal sites plan. As local officials strive to suppress the spread of coronavirus...

Richmond Swims offering low-cost adult swim lessons

By Colette Wright  It’s never too late to learn a lifesaving skill. Richmond Swims is providing another round of low-cost adult swim lessons at Richmond...

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CIF postpones high school sports

CIF further delays high school sports amid COVID-19 case surge

The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) announced Tuesday that all full practice and competition start dates are officially on hold due to the surge in...
In-progress burglary in Richmond involves masked bandits -- the four-legged kind

Richmond burglary call involves masked bandits — the four-legged kind

Richmond police officers responding to an in-progress burglary call early Tuesday encountered about a dozen raccoons engaged in a physical altercation, police said. At about...
the first district hospital in California and the prototype from which 65 others would follow. The pioneering hospital, which first opened its doors in the fall of 1950, is now celebrating its 70th anniversary.

Chevron Refinery donates $50K to Richmond COVID-19 relief fund

A community-based initiative providing emergency financial assistance to Richmond community members and organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic received a $50,000 boost from the...