Gentrification is defined as “the process of renovating and improving a house or district so that it conforms to middle-class taste.” But to many poor people of color, it’s essentially when white people come to our communities and, for better or worse, change these communities.
Built in 1938 as a result of President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal, the Richmond main post office is now at the center of a struggle between long-time residents and the United States Postal Service.
There is a new craze in Downtown Richmond right across the street from the Richmond BART parking garage called Your Way Pizza that opened its doors in April.
Despite the rain, hundreds of kids and families gathered to participate in a spring egg hunt last Saturday at the Richmond Recreation Complex.
Driving around Richmond, you might have noticed some new additions to the city: newly paved roads, bike lanes and sidewalks, as well as construction projects.
The fate of the Nevin Post Office is uncertain.
Richmond residents who live in neighborhoods impacted by commuter parking could soon get some relief.
Pedestrian and bicycle improvements are headed to Carlson Boulevard.
Richmond Pulse youth reporters gave their critique of the proposed logos and tagline as well their own suggestions for rebranding Richmond.
Five questions for Daniel Webster, owner of Cuts 1st Class in Richmond. The new barbershop with a vintage look and feel opened in October in the Point Richmond neighborhood.