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.
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.
Even as families recover from the fires, the emotional recovery is just beginning. Many people are left with shock, disbelief, grief, fear, a sense of hyper vigilance or “survivor’s guilt.” In Sonoma County, our routines are altered, and we are all in shock from this unexpected event. We are grieving on all different levels.
For those who lived in the path of the worst wildfire in California history, the past few weeks were terrifying.
I don’t believe there is a face to gun violence. You don’t have to be in a gang, on the streets, or a criminal to be a target. You could be just an innocent bystander. A bullet doesn’t know the difference.
First-time homeowner Elora Henderson of Richmond was forced from her home when a fire at an abandoned house spread to her home and another home next door.
The edge of Bay Area youth culture may be shifting to the outer suburbs, yet the infrastructure of youth centers there to support young people is threadbare.
Deciding that I wanted to become an entrepreneur is what saved my life. Before that there wasn’t anything else in the world that I would have saw myself doing other than being out in the streets.