The Black American Political Action Committee (BAPAC) honored five outstanding community members at the Eighth Annual “Judge George D. Carroll Community Service Awards Reception and Fundraiser” Thursday, May 14, at the Richmond Civic Memorial Auditorium.
BRIDGE Housing and SparkPoint Contra Costa celebrated their new partnership this week with the rededication of Richmond City Center Apartments at 1000 MacDonald Ave. The event, part of East Bay Housing Organizations’ Affordable Housing [...]
For the third year in a row, a De Anza High School senior has been named a Gates Millennium Scholar, earning recognition as one of the nation’s top high school seniors, the United Negro College [...]
Toast of Richmond Toastmasters Club is a place where anyone can learn to confidently express his or her thoughts and ideas. Chartered with Toastmasters International, Inc. in 1999, weekly meetings are held on Mondays, [...]
For Richmond, in partnership with BART, is offering high school and college students an opportunity to gain work experience through the first For Richmond Summer Internship Program.
The Black American Political Action Committee’s (BAPAC) Eighth Annual “Judge George D. Carroll Community Service Awards Reception and Fundraiser” will be on Thursday, May 14, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. George Carroll was elected to [...]
On April 15, Black Women Organized for Political Action and the Training Institute for Leadership Enrichment (BWOPA/TILE) introduced over 100 attendees to the halls where California legislation is created.
YMCA of the East Bay, at its Hilltop location in Richmond on Sunday, April 26 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., will celebrate Healthy Kids Day with a community fair and health festival while debuting Hilltop’s new [...]
The Richmond Main Street Initiative (RMSI) recently launched an Indiegogo fundraiser campaign to create a retail and restaurant space at the Richmond Transit Retail space, located at 1600 MacDonald Ave. (adjacent to the BART parking [...]
Richmond Writes! Poetry Contest winners have been selected! The contest, conceived of by the Richmond Arts & Culture Commission (RACC) as a way to celebrate National Poetry Month, is in its fifth year.