Courtesy of The Richmond Standard Students and teachers from the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) got a taste of college life during a weeklong summer engineering program held last week at [...]
The Richmond Main Street Initiative (RMSI) will present the 14th annual Music on the Main summer concerts Wednesdays, July 22 and Aug. 26, from 5 p.m. -7:30 p.m. in the lot next to the [...]
Relief is on the way for patients displaced by the recent closure of Doctors Medical Center in San Pablo. Assemblymember Tony Thurmond (D-Richmond) has been leading the fight to secure $2 million to expand [...]
A group of nearly 200 young Black men stood before family, friends, and the community ready to embark on their next journey in life on June 9 at the College Bound Brotherhood Graduation at the [...]
El Sobrante resident Burl Toler has been appointed as director of West County Wastewater District’s Board of Directors, and was sworn in to the position Wednesday, June 17 at the District’s Richmond headquarters.
Courtesy of the Richmond Standard In this competition, the champions win by a hair. The Pinole-based Western Barber Conference has announced it will be holding the Catch the Fade Barber Battle, a one-on-one barber competition, [...]
By Joanna Hernandez, Richmond High School Esmeralda Echavarria, a Richmond High School sophomore, has been offered the opportunity to travel to Brown University in Rhode Island for a scholarship this summer for having straight [...]
Pastor Henry Washington, pastor of The Garden of Peace Ministries in Richmond, recently graduated from the American Baptist Seminary of the West (ABSW) receiving two master’s degrees, one in Community Leadership and the other in [...]
Over 100 people attended the musical tribute to Mother Laverne P. Reed, who was recently honored at Zion Hill Baptist Church in Rodeo. Mother Reed graduated form Jones High School in 1942 and graduated from [...]
The Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE) has been awarded a $14.2 million grant to expand career-based education to over 2,700 at-risk students in the East Bay through the California Career Pathways Trust (CCPT).