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Mocha Moms’ Meetups Empower West County Women

By Kathy Chouteau What do you get when you mix moms, meetups and multicultural empowerment? The West Contra Costa Mocha Moms group, that’s what. The Rich...

Apply to serve on Racial Justice Oversight Body

Contra Costa County residents concerned about racial and ethnic disparities in the criminal justice system are invited to apply for a seat on newly...

Richmond Named City of the Month by the California State Library

What city in California once had the largest winery in the world? Hint: it’s the same city that once set a ship-building record. And, if you’re...

Entertainment Alert: Check out this new play, Sept. 22

What happens when a young man, who’s never met his father, finds pictures of his father stashed under his mother’s bed? Find out by...

Chevron Speaks to Sandra Escalante, CEO and President, Laner Electric Supply

Tell us about Laner Electric Supply. Laner Electric Supply was established in 1984. We are a wholesale distributor of electrical construction materials, lighting products and...

Richmond soars as kite-flying haven

By Kathy Chouteau Want to go fly a kite? If you’re a Richmond resident, you’re in one of the Bay Area's best spots  to do...

Hundreds Gather for Back-to-School Celebration

By Cami Crawford Hundreds of young people and their families packed Nevin Park on Wednesday afternoon for the 18th annual Back-to-School block party sponsored by...

House Passes Bill to Rename Nevin Avenue Post Office

The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed legislation on Sept. 13 to rename Richmond’s Nevin Avenue Post Office, the “Harold D. McCraw, Sr., Post...

Richmond Art Center fall classes now in session

The fall session of classes at the Richmond Art Center start this week, and there is truly an arts or crafts class for just...

R&R Coffee Meet & Greet unveils caffeinated cultural oasis

By Kathy Chouteau Tucked away in the Santa Fe neighborhood, a new little oasis has taken root — and it comes complete with an ample...

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San Pablo hiring fair coming up

With a current unemployment rate at 2.8-percent in the Bay Area, it might be time to see if you qualify for a better job...
St. David School invites community to hearty breakfast fundraiser

St. David School has Pre-K openings, tours offered

St. David School in Richmond is welcoming applicants for openings in its Pre-K program, ages 3-5. The Pre-K, located at 5613 Garvin Ave., around the...
Nicholl Park prepped for Soulful Softball Sunday

Nicholl Park prepped for Soulful Softball Sunday

A full day of soul food, entertainment, community bonding, resources, and -- of course -- softball. The highly anticipated, annual Soulful Softball Sunday is set...