Por  Edgardo Cervano-Soto

 
Brandon Clark, 25, ama estar al aire libre y conocer gente, lo que hace ideal su trabajo de encargado del Jardín Bosque Comestible en el Richmond Greenway.

“Este es el lugar perfecto para tener [un jardín comunitario] debido a todo el tráfico que entra y sale de este lugar”, dice […]

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Reportaje, Malcolm Marshall

 

Nat Bates, Tom Butt o Uche Uwahemu. Esas son las opciones que los votantes de Richmond se enfrentarán el 4 de noviembre cuando votarán por un nuevo liderazgo en la ciudad.

Después de ocho años el mandato de la alcaldesa Gayle McLaughlin llega a su final y búsca un puesto en […]

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Brightening Richmond Streets

On October 27, 2014 By

News Report, Nancy Deville

 

Richmond’s residential streets will soon look a whole lot brighter as the city’s plan to convert its streetlights to LED technology is nearing completion.

Joining a growing trend of cities switching to LED to save money and conserve energy, Richmond expects to save about $500,000 a year in maintenance and […]

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More Unity, Less Division

On October 26, 2014 By

Commentary, Asani Shakur

 

Recently, I came across some of the rhetoric that has taken place in the Richmond City Council.

I saw on Youtube that Councilwoman Jovanka Beckles was chastised and made a mockery of for wearing an African head wrap at one of the city council meetings. What bothered my heart was that […]

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A New Vision for Rumrill

On October 26, 2014 By

By Tania Pulido

Biking and walking on Rumrill Blvd. is a risk many residents in Richmond and San Pablo take daily.

On October 9th, San Pablo and Richmond, in collaboration with community and county organizations, hosted the first Community Design Workshop for the Rumrill Blvd. and 13th St. corridor redesign. Rumrill, which turns into […]

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By Malcolm Marshall

“Lets give a round of applause to these courageous young men and women who took an opportunity to take a stance to make difference in their lives,” said Dewanda Joseph, mistress of ceremonies at the graduation ceremony for 19 students of the Collective Impact Institute.

The students, ranging in age from teenagers […]

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