Odessa White, a Seventh-day Adventist and educator, died on Nov. 23. She was 91. Born Dec. 23, 1920, she was a native of Wharton, Texas and her husband Benjamin White, was a native of Navasota, [...]
The Oakland Raiders have teamed up with the United States Marine Corps to brighten the holidays for thousands of children through the Toys for Tots program.
Vietnam 2013 In 1965, I remember talking to a classmate when I was 14 yrs. old about the Vietnam war. Even then we were speculating about the likelihood of us being drafted into what was [...]
Cephus Johnson and his wife Beatrice X, representatives of the Oscar Grant Foundation, spoke at the Unity Day in Marin City on Nov. 14, urging the audience to take responsibility to love and care for [...]
First Christian Church Disciples of Christ in Vallejo is hosting the 16th annual Global Holiday Faire Saturday, Dec. 7 to benefit nonprofit organizations in the community and around the world. Organized by several local churches, the [...]
By For Richmond staff As De Anza senior Destiny Howard found out last week, the 4th annual “Help a Brother Get to College” Day was not just about the boys.
Beginning Nov. 29, the stories of African Americans in aviation history, and what they had to overcome, will be part of the special exhibition “Black Wings: American Dreams of Flight” opening at The Haggin Museum, [...]
God’s Throne Missionary Baptist Church has been a pillar in the Stockton community since 1964. Started in the home of a church member, Dr. Timothy J. Dunham Sr. founded and pastored the church for 45 [...]
The Berkeley Half Marathon drew impressive numbers for its first year with nearly 8,000 runners participating in one of the three race distances: a Half marathon, Bearable 10-Mile race, and a 10K race.Held on Sunday, [...]
Chaka Grayson and the Marin City community are still waiting to hear the results of the investigation led by the Novato Police Department and Marin County District Attorney’s Office of the shooting of Grayon by [...]