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24 local organizations awarded Chevron ECIA grants

Reminder! Richmond Promise college scholarship deadline approaching

Reminder to all high school seniors from Richmond and North Richmond! Deadlines related to the Richmond Promise College Scholarship Program are fast approaching. Students wanting to receive up to $1,500 annually in Richmond Promise scholarship...

St. David School hosting open house, pancake breakfast Sunday, Jan. 28

St. David School at 871 Sonoma St. in Richmond is hosting an open house and pancake breakfast is this Sunday. The open house will run from noon to 2 p.m., while the pancake breakfast...
Ribbon cut on Unity Park along Richmond Greenway

Corte de Cinta en el Parque Unity, parte del corredor Richmond Greenway

El parque Unity, un proyecto liderado por la comunidad que es parte del corredor Richmond Greenway, celebró el lunes una muy concurrida inauguración y corte de cinta. La gran inauguración del parque se llevó a...
County services continue despite government shutdown

County services continue despite government shutdown

The Contra Costa County Employment and Human Services Department (EHSD) announced today that it continues to provide federally-funded benefit programs and services to community members despite the government shutdown that went into effect at...

Hercules High student set to play in nationally-televised football game

Richmond native and Hercules High senior Daylen Foster has been invited to play in the Blue Grey All American game at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, on Monday night in a showcase...
Chevron Black History Awareness scholarship application period extended

Local students invited to apply for Chevron Black History Awareness scholarship

Calling all West County high school seniors! The application process remains open for the annual Chevron Richmond Black History Awareness Scholarship (BHAC) program, which provides four deserving students with scholarships in honor of William...
Richmond Museum of Day holding Family Free Day on Saturday, Aug. 18

Richmond Museum of History launches free field trips for WCCUSD classrooms

The Richmond Museum of History has launched a new Free Field Trip program for classrooms in the West Contra Costa Unified School District. The museum at 400 Nevin Ave. hired an educator from Richmond to...
Travis Credit Union offering 20 scholarships to high school seniors

Travis Credit Union offering 20 scholarships to high school seniors

College-bound high school seniors from West County are eligible for to apply for up to 20, $2,000 scholarships being offered by Travis Credit Union. Each applicant must be a high school senior with a minimum...
St. David School invites community to hearty breakfast fundraiser

St. David School to hold annual all-you-can-eat Crab Feed

St. David School is inviting the community to its annual Crab Feed on Saturday, Jan. 20. Tickets for all-you-can-eat crab, salad, pasta, bread and dessert are $60. The event starts at 5:30 p.m. in Rose Mello...
STEAM Night makes learning fun at Mira Vista

STEAM Night makes learning fun at Mira Vista

By Zach Chouteau A fun night of learning ‘steamed’ into Mira Vista Elementary Tuesday evening, bringing with it 3D printing excitement, do-it-yourself mazes and balloon racing, along with plenty of other unexpected offerings. For those unfamiliar,...

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WCCUSD: 'Graduation in the COVID-19 era begins'

WCCUSD: ‘Graduation in the COVID-19 era begins’

"Graduation in the COVID-19 era begins!" That was the message today from the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD), which posted images on social...
Contra Costa County extends eviction moratorium for renters impacted by COVID-19

Protections for renters in Contra Costa County extended

Contra Costa County and the cities of Richmond and San Pablo have passed additional protections for renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. On Tuesday, the...
Rep. DeSaulnier back to work after surviving ‘medical miracle’

Rep. DeSaulnier back to work after surviving ‘medical miracle’

By Kathy Chouteau Rep. Mark DeSaulnier announced his expectations for a “full recovery” from pneumonia and his plans to resume his Congressional duties in a...