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Along with daily commutes, Tideline offers ferry trips to Giants games

By Zach Chouteau Along with offering ferry trips for commuters between Richmond and San Francisco, the Tideline ferry service is also offering trips to Giants...

WCCUSD employee fired in wake of child molestation charges

The West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) fired a custodial employee following his recent arrest on charges of sexually molesting four minors living...

Richmond council unanimously supports ‘fair chance’ employment bill

Richmond City Council voted unanimously last week to support state legislation that would prohibit employers from inquiring into a job applicant's conviction history until...

Luis Garcia returns to winning ways at Redemption Richmond

Luis Garcia certainly earned his redemption at “Redemption Richmond” over the weekend. In a hard-fought battle in front of a nearly sold out crowd at...

Swim safety advice from Richmond’s top lifeguards

By Zach Chouteau With spring upon us and summer approaching, we recently checked in with some of the city’s most-trusted lifeguards at the Richmond Swim...

San Pablo church invites community to Easter egg hunt, BBQ

Hope for the Bay Church in San Pablo is inviting the community to its annual Easter Sunday service, egg hunt and family-fun event this...

County’s Community Warning System to undergo telephone tests tonight

The Contra Costa County Community Warning System (CWS), a partnership between government, industry and news media to alert and inform the community in case...

Richmond Spring Egg Hunt a blast despite weather

By Mike Kinney About 300 children and their families took part in the Spring Easter Egg Hunt event held Saturday at the Richmond Recreation building's...

Congressman DeSaulnier to hold Richmond town hall April 11

Congressman Mark DeSaulnier (CA-11) invites the community to a town hall in Richmond on Tuesday, April 11, to hear a presentation and legislative update. The event...

Richmond boat show reopens fully after storm damage

The storm last night that brought up to 60-mile an hour winds to the Marina Bay Yacht Harbor in Richmond caused enough damage to...

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RPD proposes increase in security presence at Main Library

By Mike Kinney Responding to increased public safety problems in and around the Richmond Public Library's main branch, the city is set to require its...