• When Coleen Sykes Ray started an organization with her daughter in 2015 to help homeless women, the Stockton, California resident had no idea she, too, would be homeless four years later.

  • Sobriety ultimately comes down to the person practicing it, but that doesn’t mean that person has to go it alone. People who want to lessen alcohol dependence in Richmond promoted that idea by walking together recently.

  • On a busy day, the people behind Loaded Chicken serve up to 60 pounds of poultry to as many as 300 customers. The lines that used to form when they were stationed in the parking lot of The Plug Tattoo & Piercing got so long that neighbors complained to the city.

  • The gathering at Richmond City Hall Saturday, June 22 was electric. More specifically it was all about unveiling and celebrating the city's new fast-charging hub for electric vehicles at the Civic Center.

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