Richmond officials are set to host a citywide holiday food drive from Dec. 5 through Dec. 16 to help the local Bay Area Rescue Mission feed the hungry this winter.
A free, award-winning job training program that prepares local residents for high-paying careers in industrial facilities has opened for registration, with classes starting Jan. 23 and ending June 20, 2017, according to Chevron Richmond, which [...]
The Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church is celebrating its 71st anniversary with a number of events this month. “We invite the public, past members, family and friends to worship with us as we celebrate our [...]
It is a good feeling to be finish paying off the mortgage to your property. The Gospel Fellowship Church (GFC), located in 377 S. 34th St. in Richmond and formerly of Marin City, finished [...]
The Carol Ann Read Breast Health Center announced the receipt of an anonymous gift of $4,000,000 to help with early breast detection, targeting African American women.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Sunday discouraged voters from picking a third-party nominee, saying the issues facing the U.S. are too dire for a “protest vote.”
There are few media outlets that exist purely to support and raise the voices of the homeless community. “Street Spirit,” a newspaper serving the Bay Area’s homeless, breaks mainstream media trends by reporting on [...]
Forty Members currently serve in the California State Senate, and only two Senators are African-American. Both African-American State Senators are from Southern California. The question is: does diversity still matter in 2016?
Special to the Post The politics of CyberTran International’s Inc. (CTI) Ultra Light Rail Transit (ULRT) system is thick. “We don’t have engineering problems, our problems are political” said CTI President Dexter Vizinau. [...]
Special to the Post Imagine public transit that costs a quarter of the cost of light rail to buy, paid for itself out of the fare box and was able to transport as [...]