Courtesy of the Richmond Standard All students who live in Richmond and graduate from a public high school in the West Contra Costa Unified School District, including charter schools, will be eligible for [...]
Special to the Post When you mention the California Highway Patrol (CHP), most people either think about episodes of the television series CHiPs from the 1980s or patrol duties on freeways.
Chevron U.S.A. Inc. is hosting a workshop for local businesses interested in potential contracting opportunities at the Richmond Refinery. Businesses located throughout Contra Costa County, and especially those in Richmond, Point Richmond, El [...]
Courtesy of Richmond Standard A once neglected former play lot on South 2nd Street in the Sante Fe neighborhood in Richmond is transitioning into a vibrant and active space with basketball and [...]
A program that works to mentor formerly incarcerated individuals in West Contra Costa County celebrated three years of its work helping to rebuild communities on Saturday, July 18.
Years of community planning and nearly a year of construction have culminated in the completion of the San Pablo Dam Road Walkability Project. Completion of this Contra Costa County project helps make downtown El [...]
Family and friends of Julia J. Earl recently celebrated her 99th birthday on July 14 at Chevy’s Restaurant, sharing stories of the love she has shown them over the years.
The United Urban Warriors Society is hosting its first annual Native American Walk for Sobriety in Richmond on Saturday The two-hour long event begins promptly at 11 a.m. from the intersection [...]
By Brenda McCuistion Travis Credit Union hosted “Mad City Money “at Richmond Police Athletic League (RPAL) for high school students on June 22. This program involve students in a simulation that [...]
Special to the Post In his 10 years with the city, he led in the restoration and improvement of all of the city’s credit ratings to “A+” category or better; re-opening parks, community centers [...]