Adiós, Ferrari: Cae una Estrella en Richmond High

Por Joanna Pulido Era una noche fría en febrero en el campeonato de fútbol masculino North Coast Section Division II, y ahí estaba el maestro de animación e infografía de Richmond High School Mario Ferrari, animando al equipo local en voz alta, apretando los rieles de las gradas y caminando de un lado a otro […]

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Local Happenings March 2015

From the Pulse news desk Richmond to Survey Residents The City of Richmond is conducting its 2015 Community Survey. In the next few weeks questionnaires will be sent to a random sample of 3,000 Richmond residents, asking them to comment on the community’s pressing needs and city services. The purpose of the survey is to […]

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Khalid’s Corner: I Speak for Them

Wisdom from Community Leader, Khalid Elahi I am the voice for all the brothers that don’t have a voice. Maybe they are in the bowels of one of these prisons, confined to a cell for a long period of time or for the rest of their life. Or maybe they are underground in a hole […]

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DMC to Close April 21

By Nancy DeVille It’s the decision that many hoped would never come: Doctors Medical Center is closing April 21. The board of West Contra Costa Healthcare District, which governs DMC, made the decision Thursday after they were advised the hospital is running out of money and has exhausted opportunities to borrow additional funds. “This is […]

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Nuevo Concejal Discute Trabajar con la Comunidad Empresarial

Entrevista por Vernon Whitmore Nota del Editor: El nuevo miembro del concejo de la ciudad de Richmond es Vinay Pimple (pronunciado Pim-PLAY), un abogado de 47 años de edad que ha estado en el puesto por menos de un mes. Pimple fue elegido por unanimidad por el concejo de la ciudad de un grupo de […]

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ER Nurse: Closure of DMC Will Be ‘Catastrophic’

By Nancy DeVille | Photo by David Meza As the threat of Doctors Medical Center’s shutdown draws closer, Maria Sahagun says she still hasn’t given up hope. An emergency room nurse at DMC, Sahagun and her colleagues have spent months urging the West Contra Costa Healthcare District to come up with a solution to save […]

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Women of Richmond Still Making History


By Leslie Basurto Richmond Police Captain Bisa French was the keynote speaker at this year’s International Women’s Day celebration in Richmond. As the Richmond Police Department’s first ever African-American woman to be captain, French discussed the importance of “planting seeds” in the minds of young people. She took those in attendance on a journey through […]

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