Every morning at about 7:00 a.m. parents drop off their preschoolers at the Early Learning Center at Contra Costa College (CCC). They begin their day in the Enhancement Room, a classroom filled with toys designed [...]
Family and friends recently celebrated the 95th birthday of Floria “Mother” Evans. An active member of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, 380 S. 17th St. in Richmond, where Rev. J.W. Montgomery is pastor, Evans has served [...]
For the past five years, the Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church has sponsored a citywide health Fair. This year the church jointed with other organizations to host the first Richmond Faith Initiative Collaborative Community Health Fair.Over [...]
Homeowners and local officials in Richmond are considering a radical idea to keep people facing foreclosure in their homes. Eminent Domain, traditionally used by cities and states to seize property from homeowners for the “common [...]
Gary Bell, a longtime local community leader who was elected to Richmond’s City Council in November, died at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek early Thursday morning. Bell was 54.
Assemblymember Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley) has named El Sobrante resident Senior Airman Joseph Camacho as the 15th Assembly District’s Veteran of the Year. C
By For Richmond Staff With its state-of-the-art campus, bike paths leading to the Bay Trail, lecture forums and welcoming cafes, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Richmond development is shaping up to be a boon for [...]
By Post Staff “Given opportunities, we can all dream bigger and become successful in life,” said Tariah Brown, 10, speaking at the North Richmond Community Cultural Celebration on Saturday, June 29. The