Former City Councilmember Donna Powers is considering a return to Richmond’s City Council. Powers first joined the local political fray in 1991 with a run for city council.Community members remember Powers as someone who shook [...]
Community members turned out last Saturday to celebrate the dedication ceremony of a new baseball field at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park. Funded by Pacific Gas & E Company and the Oakland A’s, [...]
The Veterans Resource Program will host its 1st Annual Memorial Day Ceremony and BBQ lunch Monday May 26 at the Veterans Resource Program Office, 934 Maine St., Richmond.
The first smartphone audio tour for the Bay Trail will be released during the Rosie the Riveter Visitor Education Center Rededication and San Francisco Bay Trail 25th Anniversary celebration at the Rosie the Riveter WWII/Home [...]
The Richmond City Manager’s office, at the request of the City Council is disseminating a web-based survey to solicit feedback from local business owners regarding the impacts of the proposed ordinance to increase the minimum [...]
Richmond’s Linda Jackson-Whitmore has successfully worked in the creative aspects of the entertainment industry as a producer, director, choreographer, dancer, actor and costumer. Whitmore started teaching in secondary education and community college in 1975 in [...]
Richmond Main Street Initiative (RMSI) continues to foster the arts in the revitalization of historic Downtown Richmond. On Thursday, May 8,from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., RMSI will unveil a new public art piece by [...]
Richmond attorney Mister Phillips serves on the Contra Costa Democratic County Central Committee, representing District 1, which includes El Cerrito, Pinole, Richmond, and San Pablo and the unincorporated areas of East Richmond Heights, El Sobrante, [...]
Civil Rights Attorney Pamela Price is running for California State Assembly in the 15th Assembly District which includes Northern Alameda County and Western Contra Costa County. Cities of the 15th Assembly District include Albany, Berkeley, [...]
Qualified Richmond residents will be given priority when it comes time to hire construction and other workers for Chevron’s proposed $1 billion refinery modernization project, according to an agreement announced this week.