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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...

Richmond mayor announces date for State of the City address

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond Mayor Tom Butt has announced that he will give his 2020 State of the City address Tuesday, Feb. 25 from 6:30-8:30...

Over 500 East Bay girls gather for Richmond STEM summit

By Kathy Chouteau Girl power was on full display in Richmond today. Over 500 young women from East Bay high schools gathered at a daylong...

Contra Costa College to host resource fair for undocumented students

By Kathy Chouteau Contra Costa College is inviting undocumented students to a free resource conference on Saturday, Feb. 22. Hosted by the Dreamers Alliance of Contra...

Richmond’s East Brother unveils new beers, gears up for 3rd anniversary

By Kathy Chouteau Brace yourselves, beer fans. Like a golden trumpet hearkening the arrival of SF Beer Week (SFBW20), which runs Feb. 7 through Feb....

North Richmond center will soon open early childhood reading room

By Kathy Chouteau A new early childhood reading room that aims to prepare infants through Kindergarten-aged children for elementary school is nearing completion at the...

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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...