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Richmond is located in western California in the San Francisco Bay Area. The city was named in honor of the city in Virginia with the same name. The name was chosen by Edmund Randolph, a significant member of the Richmond community. Notable residents have included musician Les Claypool (Primus, Oysterhead), rapper Master P, who played in the NBA with the Charlotte Hornets and the Toronto Raptors.

Population: 99216
Local Newspapers: The Richmond Post Richmond Globe
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
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Zip Codes associated with richmond, california: 94801 94803 94804 94805 94806
Towns/Cities near richmond, california : San PabloRollingwood El Sobrante El Cerrito Pullman Tara Hills

Richmond News
This Holiday Season, Give the Gift of East Bay-Made Sweets

The East Bay seems to be exploding with makers and small businesses specializing in exceedingly gift-able sweets. Whether you're looking for an extra stocking stuffer or a main attraction, locally made treats are always a great way to go.

Craftivism: Melding of crafting, activism is having a moment

This photo provided by the Social Justice Sewing Academy shows Donnell McNeal, a junior at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, a high school in Baltimore, Md., creating a social justice quilt block exploring the issue of gentrification and redlining. less This photo provided by the Social Justice Sewing Academy shows Donnell McNeal, a junior at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, a high school in Baltimore, Md., creating a social justice quilt block exploring the ... more This photo provided by the Social Justice Sewing Academy shows Yesenia Madrid creating a social justice art quilt with the help of SJSA Volunteer, Lynn Hickman at Bay Quilts in Richmond, Calif.

Richmonda s longtime Italian social club gets street sign recognition

New street signs designating a portion of 23rd Street in honor of a longtime Italian social club were officially dedicated by the city on Nov. 18. Members of the Galileo Club at 371 S. 23rd Street at Virginia Avenue were joined by city officials, including Mayor Tom Butt as keynote speaker, and neighborhood council members for the dedication of Galileo Club Way. The club has been a presence in the city since it was chartered in 1933 and the well-maintained clubhouse has been a familiar sight on 23rd Street since its construction was started in 1938, with additions made over the years.

VIDEO: 14-year-old allegedly brought loaded gun to East Bay school

KRON4's Lydia Pantazes is at De Anza High School at 5000 Valley View Rd., where the alleged incident took place. On Thursday a school resource officer was told a student may have brought a loaded gun on campus, but classes were already let out for the day.

Berkeley, El Cerrito, Richmond chiefs discuss police challenges in politically charged climate

ALBANY With distrust between police forces and some local communities on the rise, three East Bay police chiefs took time Sunday to discuss such hot button issues as the handling of recent violent protests in Berkeley, police force diversity, sanctuary policies, and racial profiling. Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood has seen his department and tactics questioned this year as it joined forces with other area agencies to control violent confrontations between right-wing groups and counter-protesters at the city's Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park.

Richmond snares more than $7.2 million in greening grants

Young bicycle enthusiasts try out the pump track, part of the larger Dirt World bike track between 20th and 23rd Streets on the Richmond Greenway after working on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017, in Richmond, Calif. There is an ambitious plan to restore the entire length of the Greenway path with gardens, outdoor classrooms, a dirt bike track and a plaza for community events.

Prosecutors say BART cops acted in self defense in Richmond shooting

Two BART Police officers who shot and wounded an armed 21-year-old man near the Richmond BART station last week will not face charges after an investigation determined they acted in self defense, officials said Monday. The decision by the Contra Costa County district attorney's office follows a preliminary investigation that began immediately after the man was shot on Nov. 16, said deputy district attorney Barry Grove.

Brother identifies man shot by BART police in Richmond

His brother says Jeremiah had his hands up when officers shot him twice. Richmond police, who are investigating this case because it happened in the city outside the BART station, instead say BART police responded to calls of a man with a gun, who might have been involved in some sort of physical altercation at BART.

El Cerrito log: Late night burglars ransack AT&T store, take $10,000 in electronics

Possession: A 36-year-old Richmond man was arrested on a felony warrant during a 9a.m. traffic stop on Cutting Boulevard at San Pablo Avenue. A 41-year-old Richmond man in the vehicle was in determined to be possession of suspected heroin and methamphetamine.

Groundbreaking "Carbon Pricing Report" Released by Indigenous...

While city, state, and national leaders gather at the UN Climate Talks to launch and implement platforms and agendas that promote carbon trading, carbon offsets, and REDD+, the Indigenous Environmental Network and the Climate Justice Alliance take a bold stance to reject and challenge these so-called innovative solutions by releasing the " Carbon Pricing Report: A Critical Perspective for Community Resistance ." This report provides in-depth context to why carbon market systems will not mitigate climate change, will not advance adaptation strategies, will not serve the most vulnerable communities facing climate change impacts and only protect the fossil fuel industry and corporations from taking real climate action.

Going, going, gone: Downtown Berkeley BART entrance comes down

Rod A. Lamkey Jr. - STAFF 12/16/99 Tribune News Youths hang out near the BART station in downtown Berkeley, Calif., Thursday afternoon. TOM LOCHNER The main entrance and exit to the Downtown Berkeley BART station closed Aug. 14 for the start of the remodeling project.

Dorothy May Rutherford

Born Dorothy May Peterson on July 27, 1920, she was the daughter of Carl and Ida Peterson. Raised in California with her three sisters and a brother.

2 victims killed in Richmond quadruple shooting IDd

A man and a woman who were fatally shot in Richmond this week were identified on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017, as El Sobrante residents, authorities said. A man and a woman who were fatally shot in Richmond this week were identified on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017, as El Sobrante residents, authorities said.

Two fatally shot in Richmond identified

Robert Bill, 24, died at the scene, and Hayley Flores, 26, died at a hospital hours after the Tuesday night shooting in the city's Hilltop Green neighborhood. The gunfire erupted around 7:30 p.m. in the 900 block of View Drive.

Richmond PD posts video showing role of School Resource Officers

The Richmond Police Department has posted a video on Facebook describing what it sees as the role of the School Resource Officers stationed at various campuses in the West Contra Costa Unified School District. The video, available on Facebook and YouTube , comes as the school board Wednesday evening was expected to consider a "Positive School Climate Policy" that envisions a reduction in the role and the numbers of the SROs, while minimizing expulsions and other "exclusionary" disciplining of students in favor of "restorative" justice.

Richmond business holding Thanksgiving food, clothing drive

A local printing business is holding a community event Nov. 18 where it will collect donations of food and clothing for Thanksgiving. The drive is being hosted from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. by Leftside Printing, 979 23rd St. at Visalia.

Richmond, county eye micro units for transitional housing

A "MicroPAD" delivered in front of City Hall on Tuesday by a San Francisco developer with long ties to Berkeley is being pitched by local officials as "a bold move to reduce homelessness." The 8- by 20-foot MicroPAD - "PAD" stands for "Prefabricated Affordable Dwelling" - comes fully furnished with a bathroom and kitchen.

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