Special to the Post The Richmond City Council voted unanimously in 2011 to explore a public-private partnership city transit technology startup company CyberTran International, Inc. (CTI), seeking to incorporate a Ultra Light Rail [...]
Special to the Post Richmond Mayor Tom Butt after a recent city council meeting posted a blog attack on local company CyberTran International, Inc. (CTI) and the company’s president Dexter Vizinau. CTI is [...]
West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) is working to make sure that no child in West Contra Costa County goes hungry when schools are closed this summer.
In partnership with the Hellman Foundation and the Thomas J. Long Foundation, the Richmond Community Foundation is offering grants for Summer Family Reading Celebrations that support the West Contra Costa Literacy Coalition’s comprehensive plan to [...]
Richmond teacher Francisco Ortiz, presented the findings of his graduate research at a session of the California Association of Bilingual Educators (CABE) in San Francisco, summarizing what his experiences show about the positive impact [...]
Contra Costa residents will find it easier to vote in the upcoming June 7th Primary Election, as the Contra Costa Elections Division and City Clerks countywide are providing convenient “CoCo Vote-N-Go” drop off locations, prior [...]
Courtesy of the Richmond Standard In collaboration with the school district, the Richmond Art Center is presenting the annual West Contra Costa Unified School District Art Show in its Community Gallery from March 19 [...]
Courtesy of the Richmond Standard The Richmond family whose appearance on Family Feud went viral last year has continued to make people smile in 2016. Through April 30, Kevin and Ryan Muccular, owners [...]
Assemblymember Tony Thurmond (D-Richmond) recently honored Toody Maher, an artist, inventor and entrepreneur, of Richmond as the 15th Assembly District Woman of the Year. “I had the pleasure of presenting this award to Toody [...]
Community members, local businesses, faith and public agencies held a rally Thursday, March 17 in front of Richmond City Hall, calling on the university Chancellor Nicholas Dirks to signa legally binding community benefits agreement.