Defensive errors in the final inning of regular play spurred a 13-inning contest during the Contra Costa College Comets’ 5-4 win against the Mendocino College Eagles. The April 19 game at Comet Baseball Field was the second of a three-game series between the two teams....

Richmond resident Jonathan Santos sees powerlifting as a vehicle to one day win the annual World’s Strongest Man competition. It’s a dream that won’t be easy....

Madison Schmalz was one of four teachers in the West Contra Costa Unified School District honored with the Teaching Excellence Award, better known as Teacher of the Year. It’s given to educators who have gone above and beyond for their students....

Phoebe Hosley moved to California from Massachusetts at the start of high school. The Pinole Valley senior found community among other queer students, even bringing people together by creating the Mx East Bay Drag Race in 2018....

To discuss the challenges people face and what’s being done to clear up the problematic I-80 corridor, District 15 Assemblymember Buffy Wicks, and representatives from Hercules, Pinole, and local transportation agencies came together for the Transportation Town Hall on March 28....

Knowledge in the arts can help a child expand their mind. The administration at Lavonya DeJean Middle School has seen this first-hand for the last two years at their annual Art in March Educational Extravaganza....

North Richmond’s residents and leaders see a few common areas that need attention: projects intended to spur affordable housing development, street improvements, and the creation of a youth community center. ...

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