Thursday, June 30, 2022

Richmond

Memorial to slain Richmond teen headed to Milo Foundation

Memorial to slain Richmond teen planned at Milo Foundation

A grieving Richmond mom says she's grateful for community members who are helping to keep the memory of her son alive. Josie Martinez's son, Otilio "Nico" Martinez, was walking home from work on Sept. 19,...
Richmond Ferry ridership exceeds first month expectations

New Richmond ferry gets rousing welcome

The excitement on the Richmond waterfront Thursday was palpable, as hundreds gathered to celebrate the launch of brand new ferry service to downtown San Francisco. The first ferry left at 6:10 a.m. from the new...
Richmond Museum of Day holding Family Free Day on Saturday, Aug. 18

Richmond museum to hold ‘Day of Learning’ about Holocaust

We reported last month how the Richmond Museum of History is launching an exhibit on Jewish history this weekend as part of a national project by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. The...

Prime Time Nutrition’s prime location in San Pablo

Last week, we told you about how Prime Time Nutrition and Joe’s Brew just opened at San Pablo Library. Today, the Standard visited the new business that is creating a buzz in the community. This is...

Richmond police: Ex-girlfriend harms self over breakup

A woman is in stable condition following a self-inflicted cut to her throat on Tuesday, an apparent response to a bad breakup, according to Richmond police. Police responded to a home in the Richmore Village...

Richmond venues let you ‘do-it-yourself’ in 2019

By Kathy Chouteau Many people who fine-tuned their do-it-yourself (DIY) gift-making and décor skills during the holiday season might be on the lookout for their next great project. Thankfully, the new year has ushered in...
Richmond councilmembers to be sworn in tonight

Richmond councilmembers to be sworn in tonight

Tonight, Richmond will swear-in re-elected Mayor Tom Butt along with three city councilmembers. The ceremony is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. tonight in Richmond City Council Chambers, 440 Civic Center Plaza. The community is...
Water Safety Day coming to Richmond Swim Center

Want to be a lifeguard? Training offered in Richmond

Want to be a lifeguard this summer -- or even year round? Registration has opened for the next Lifeguard course offered by the City of Richmond. Classes will be held the weekends of Feb. 8 through...
Lifeguards sought for Richmond's public pools

Richmond Plunge remains closed for repairs

Unfortunately, the New Year hasn't ushered in the reopening of the Richmond Plunge. Closed for repairs on Sept. 1, the Plunge won't reopen until at least Jan. 31, according to the city. Last fall, we were...

Richmond Chamber, Rotary to hold New Year Mixer Thursday

Although the New Year's Eve festivities have passed, Richmond isn't done partying. The Richmond Chamber of Commerce and Richmond Rotary are inviting the community to their annual New Year Mixer this Thursday, Jan. 10, hosted...

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Movie Nights’ return to Red Oak Victory after pandemic pause

Red Oak Victory announces ‘2022 Home Front Film Festival’ schedule

By Kathy Chouteau The SS Red Oak Victory, a WWII Victory ship berthed on Richmond’s waterfront, has announced the movie lineup for its 2022 Home...
Brooklyn and her sister are also highly active in the community. They've adopted families at Richmond Bay Area Rescue Mission and held kids events, such as a huge slime event and toy drive at a Barbershop on Macdonald Avenue last year. Brooklyn and her older sister saved over $2,000 of their own money to create the toy drive, and gave out toys to underserved kids for Christmas.

8-year-old Richmond artist soars in DJ Khaled competition; needs your votes

For 8-year-old Brooklyn Ivy, talent is not the issue. Right now, votes are what she needs. The Richmond resident is currently soaring in a national...
Con Fire unveils hotlines for reporting illegal fireworks’ use and sales

Con Fire unveils hotlines for reporting illegal fireworks’ use and sales

By Kathy Chouteau Contra Costa County Fire Protection District (Con Fire) is making it easier than ever for residents to report illegal fireworks use with...