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Summit K2 juniors channel Don Draper to effect change

Mad Men? Almost. Teen students at Summit K2 in El Cerrito recently exercised their inner Don Draper (the professional one, not the martini drinking one) in coming up with advertising pitches in their Advanced Placement...
Richmond mayor to deliver State of City on Tuesday

Richmond mayor to deliver State of City on Tuesday

Richmond Mayor Tom Butt is set to deliver the 2019 State of the City on Tuesday, Feb. 26. The presentation, which is free and open to the public, will be held at 6:30 p.m. at...
VIDEO: Richmond firefighters battle Parkway car fire

VIDEO: Richmond firefighters battle Parkway car fire

Richmond Firefighters Local 188 posted a video to Facebook of the battle against a car fire Thursday at Richmond Parkway and West Barrett Avenue. Firefighters from Station 61 in Point Richmond quickly extinguished the fire,...
4 WCCUSD teachers surprised with Teaching Excellence awards

4 WCCUSD teachers surprised with Teaching Excellence awards

Four teachers have been announced as the West Contra Costa Public Education Fund’s 2019 Teaching Excellence award winners. They are Nystrom Elementary School Kindergarten teacher Fernanda Gonzalez Hausske, Pinole Valley High School Health Sciences teacher Dan...
Is there space for another mini storage biz in the Sante Fe neighborhood?

Is there space for another mini storage biz in the Santa Fe neighborhood?

There are six self-storage facilities located in and near the Santa Fe neighborhood. While some say one more is too many, others cite a need for additional mini storage given ongoing housing projects that...
Richmond 'Ferry to Bridge to Greenway Complete Streets Plan' unveiled

Richmond ‘Ferry to Bridge to Greenway Complete Streets Plan’ unveiled

A plan is underway to construct safe routes for bicycle and pedestrians connecting the Richmond Ferry, the Richmond Greenway and the planned Richmond-San Rafael multi-use path. The Trails for Richmond Action Committee announced today that...

Mister Phillips: voting rights and charter schools

By Mister Phillips The agenda for the Feb. 27, 2019, meeting of the West Contra Costa Unified School District Board of Education is now online. Here are two highlights.   First, the board may adopt in closed...
Richmond's annual Black History celebration set for Saturday

Richmond’s annual Black History Celebration set for Saturday

Praise dancing, spoken word, music and a panel discussion about the achievement gap facing black students in the local school district are among the activities set for Richmond's annual Black History Celebration. The annual celebration,...
Richmond post office officially renamed after Harold D. McCraw, Sr.

Richmond Main Post Office renaming ceremony set for Friday

This Friday, Congressman Mark DeSaulnier is set to host a renaming ceremony for the Richmond Main Post Office. The ceremony, which will rename the storied post office at 1025...
Oakland A’s, Chevron hit home run for STEM education

Oakland A’s, Chevron hit home run for STEM education

The Science of Baseball program presented by Chevron is not only hitting home runs in Bay Area classrooms, but also in the heart of downtown Oakland. Last month, the...

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Richmond High drumline takes first place in Santa Cruz competition

Richmond High drumline takes first place in Santa Cruz competition

By Kathy Chouteau Marching to the beat of their own drummers is working out just fine for the Richmond High School drumline, which took first...
Richmond firefighters reunite with ‘special delivery’ baby

Richmond firefighters reunite with ‘special delivery’ baby

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond Firefighters Local 188 recently reunited with a baby its members helped deliver last October, according to a post by the firefighters...
San Pablo launches citywide beautification program in August

Want to work for the City of San Pablo? Attend virtual hiring fair

A virtual hiring fair scheduled for this Wednesday aims to attract candidates for jobs working for the City of San Pablo, according to San...