Tuesday, August 11, 2020

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New lecture series aboard SS Red Oak Victory begins with talk on Sausalito shipbuilding project

New lecture series aboard SS Red Oak Victory begins with talk on Sausalito shipbuilding...

The Richmond Museum Association has announced a new lecture series aboard the SS Red Oak Victory that will focus on the San Francisco Bay. The series, entitled Above, Below and In the San Francisco Bay!,...

Richmond High electric bike challenge sees significant growth in participation

The fourth annual pairing of Richmond High School students with technical mentors to design, construct and race electric-powered bicycles has grown in participation from 20 students in 2012 to 50 this year. Starting in February,...
Former major leaguer Bip Roberts to speak at community rebuild of JFK ball field

Neighbors asked to join community renovation of Richmond’s John F. Kennedy ballfield Saturday

Neighbors are being asked to volunteer their time this Saturday for a daylong community effort to renovate the John F. Kennedy Park ballfield in Richmond. In April, the field at Cutting Boulevard and 41st Avenue...
School bus containing four kids crashes into parked car in Richmond

U.S. News & World Report names WCCUSD’s Middle College H.S. among nation’s best

For a second straight year, U.S. News & World Report magazine has ranked Middle College High School (MCHS) of the West Contra Costa Unified School District among the top high schools in the nation,...
Some WCCUSD parents to get 'extra credit' for graduating from Parent University program

Nearly all West County schools get boost from Chamberlin Gratitude Grants program

While technology is vastly changing the way students learn in classrooms, with some schools equipping their students with iPads, many West County public school teachers struggle to equip their pupils with basic materials like...
Important week in WCCUSD spring sports

Important week in WCCUSD spring sports

The West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) has released its weekly athletics schedule: (Click to enlarge schedules).
Donations sought for kids free play programs at Iron Triangle parks

Donations sought for kids free play programs at Iron Triangle parks

With no summer school options in the Iron Triangle and few programs available for thousands of local children, the nonprofit Pogo Park is asking community members to donate to the free summer play programs...
More details released on free smoke alarm program in North Richmond

More details released on free smoke alarm program in North Richmond

Earlier this month, we told you how American Red Cross representatives and fire officials will begin installing free smoke alarms in North Richmond homes this Saturday as part of a five-year goal to reduce...

El Sobrante native and CEO to write about tech diversity in new Forbes blog

Will Hayes, an El Sobrante native and the CEO of San Francisco-based enterprise search company Lucidworks, is now penning a blog in Forbes that will in part examine diversity in the tech industry. Check out...
Salesian alum Mariya Moore invited to try out for USA Basketball U-19 team

Salesian alum Mariya Moore invited to try out for USA Basketball U-19 team

Salesian alum Mariya Moore is among 34 basketball stars in the nation to have been invited to try out for the 12-member USA Basketball Women's U-19 team, which will compete in Russia in July,...

Latest Articles

Murder-suicide suspected in Parchester Village

Richmond police are investigating a murder-suicide in the Parchester Village neighborhood. Police responded to a home in the neighborhood just after 9 a.m. to conduct...
Private security systems help cops catch Top Gas robber

Private security systems help cops catch Top Gas robber

San Pablo police tracked down and arrested the suspect in a knife-point robbery at Top Gas on Rumrill Boulevard on Thursday, Aug. 6. Just before...
Tragic car accident shakes Kennedy community

Tragic car accident shakes Kennedy community

By Kathy Chouteau The Kennedy High Eagle community is mourning the loss of one of its students in a car accident that also caused serious...