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Volunteers needed for ‘Community Clean-Up’ of Nevin Park

By Kathy Chouteau Moving Forward is calling out to community volunteers to show some love for their “other mother” this Sat., May 8 from 10...

Ahead of NFL draft, Najee Harris visits GRIP shelter where he...

By Brandon Mercer On Thursday night, an NFL team representative will come to the podium at the 2021 NFL Draft and announce they are selecting...

Construction kicks off on Richmond Wellness Trail

By Kathy Chouteau Construction of Phase 1 of the Richmond Wellness Trail project kicks off this week with the contractor performing exploratory potholing and surveying,...

Nystrom Elementary believes reading is a civil right

This story was originally published by GO Public Schools West Contra Costa. By Natalie Walchuk As we look to return to in-person instruction, we have a...

Richmond police to host community holiday event on Zoom

By Kathy Chouteau Demonstrating an “if you can’t come to the party, then the party will come to you” spirit, Richmond’s finest are welcoming local...

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...

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Classic car show revs up for Pinole return

Classic car show revs up for Pinole return

By Kathy Chouteau “Pinole’s Annual Classic Car Show” is cruising back into town Sun., Sept. 26 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., with downtown Pinole...
Moving Forward awards 7 local youth leaders with scholarships

Moving Forward awards 7 local youth leaders with scholarships

By Kathy Chouteau Moving Forward, an organization aiming to make a positive impact on the community through initiatives on health, academics and community service, hosted...
West Contra Costa communities might be just a little bit quieter after police in Pinole seized over a dozen M-1000 type illegal explosives during a bust involving a stolen vehicle early this morning. At 2:50 a.m., officers located a stolen vehicle in the 1400 block of Fitzgerald Drive and took the driver into custody without incident, police said. "Upon a search of the vehicle, officers located a clear plastic bag that contained what appeared to be at least a dozen M-1000 type illegal explosives," police said. "The area was cordoned off for safety and Walnut Creek PD's Bomb Squad responded to the scene. Bomb Squad Officers recovered the illegal explosives and verified they contained flash powder. [Fifteen] M-1000 type explosives were recovered from the vehicle."

Pinole police seize M-1000 fireworks from stolen vehicle

West Contra Costa communities might be just a little bit quieter after police in Pinole seized over a dozen M-1000 type illegal explosives during...