Richmond Pulse sat down with Leslie Ayala to talk about why she loves playing sports and how she balances her athletic commitments with her academics. It’s not always easy.
To raise awareness and dialogue, the Contra Costa Council on Homelessness screened a powerful documentary, Storied Streets, for free last month at the Nevin Community Center.
Nearly 11,000 runners of all ages brought in food donations for the Contra Costa and Solano counties food banks during the Nitro Turkey run along Point Pinole Regional Shoreline Park paths on Nov. 23.
San Francisco commuters will soon have another option for getting to work as a new ferry service from Richmond is set to begin next September.
Hay una nueva cara en el Ayuntamiento de Richmond. El mes pasado, el concejo unánimemente eligió a Ada Recinos para ocupar el puesto vacante que dejó Gayle McLaughlin.
Cada año en esta época, les pedimos a jóvenes de Richmond que nos digan de qué están agradecidos. Esto es lo que dijeron.
‘Holiday in the Point’ will be an easy excuse to wander about downtown, greet your neighbors, take your picture with Santa, grab a quick dinner and get your shopping done.
The smartest thing you can do is to preserve your life as much as you can, and if you got to give it up, let it be because you were trying to live.
Each year around this time, we ask young people in Richmond to tell us what they are thankful for. Here’s what they had to say.
Now that I am a teacher, I connect with my underserved students the most. I know the struggles they face and how far my encouraging words can go. I support all my students, but the conversations that make the biggest difference are centered around how they can best be model citizens.