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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
Richmond shoreline park gets new entrance, trail and restored marsh

A new bridge and entrance to Point Pinole Regional Shoreline will open Saturday when park officials also dedicate a restored marsh named after the Dotson family that helped protect the area. The East Bay Regional Park District has invested a total of $34 million in the Dotson Family Marsh, formerly known as the Breuner Marsh.

Two men arrested after kidnapping, robbery, assault in Hercules

Two men are in county jail following their arrests in connection with the alleged kidnapping and robbery of a man this week, police said. Just before 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, a dispatcher received a call from Kaiser Medical Center in Richmond about a man, who said he had been kidnapped in Hercules, taken to Richmond and robbed and beaten by several people.

El Cerrito group finds Dog Scouts of America has merit

Dog Scouts of America, a program that enables owners or guardians and their animals to get the most out of their relationships, has come to the East Bay. Much like a Boy Scout troop for dogs, the program awards merit badges for different canine accomplishments.

Sheriff's Detectives seek additional child molestation victims of Richmond man

The Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff is seeking additional possible victims in a child molestation case. Earlier this year, Detectives arrested 26-year-old JB Yancy following a three-month long investigation.

St. Paul City Council votes down proposal that would push for Trump investigation

St. Paul leaders shot down a proposal Wednesday that would have called on Minnesota's congressional delegation to push for an investigation of President Donald Trump. Council Member Dai Thao, who is running for mayor, proposed the resolution.

Marin Clean Energy, Cenergy Plan Northern California Solar Farm

Marin Clean Energy, a community choice aggregator in Northern California, is planning a 10.5-megawatt solar farm in the state with developer Cenergy Power. The MCE Solar One project in Richmond, California, will provide power for more than 3,400 homes, the aggregator said in an emailed statement Monday.

Richmond office evacuated after worker receives suspicious letter

Police are investigating after an office worker's receipt of an envelope with a suspicious material inside forced the evacuation of a building Monday. Around 12:40 p.m., police received a report of a threatening letter with a white powdery substance inside, Richmond police Lt.

El Sobrante Murder Loses Hate-Crime Enhancement As It Heads To Trial

Here's a quick update in the case of the November 12 murder of 28-year-old William Sims outside a pool hall in El Sobrante: To the surprise of prosecutors and the defense, a criminal grand jury in Contra Costa County last week returned indictments against the three suspects previously named in the case, but they rejected the hate-crime enhancement sought by prosecutors. The killing, which happened outside the Capri Club just days after the election, was said at the time to be racially motivated, but apparently the grand jury did not see enough evidence of that - and this was surprising, as the Chronicle notes , because criminal grand juries by and large tend to give prosecutors whatever they ask for.

Opposition to jail expansion could cost El Cerrito dispatch contract

Contra Costa County Sheriff David Livingston is vowing to back out of a five-year deal to provide police dispatch services to the city, because the city formally opposes a proposed expansion of the West County jail. If that Jan. 17 agreement is voided, El Cerrito could face paying $750,000 over the next five years in added dispatch costs, according to a Friday afternoon email from El Cerrito City Manager Scott Hanin to City Council members.

Sen. Nancy Skinner Weighs in on Richmond Jail Expansion

State Sen. Nancy Skinner wrote a letter to the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors on Friday urging members to reverse their support for the controversial Richmond jail expansion. The Board of Supervisors approved Contra Costa County Sheriff David Livingston's proposal asking the state for the funds in February , with Supervisor John Gioia lending the lone "no" vote.

Richmond Moves to Ban School Suspensions for Defiance

Richmond students may no longer face suspension for failing to follow instructions or disobeying a teacher's orders - a discipline policy that education advocates say disproportionately affects students of color and causes cash-strapped schools to lose out on funding. The West Contra Costa Unified School Board will consider joining a handful of districts in the state that restrict suspensions to more serious offenses by eliminating the punishment for "willful defiance," which is a catch-all category of misbehavior that can include using a phone in class, dress code violations and more severe transgressions such as swearing at a teacher.

Public Library Association members elect Ziesenhenne as 2018-19...

Monique le Conge Ziesenhenne , director of the Palo Alto City Library, has been elected 2018-2019 president of the Public Library Association . She will serve a three-year term beginning after 2017 ALA Annual Conference in June, including one year each as president-elect , president and past-president .

J.C. Penney delays closing of 138 stores by several weeks

J.C. Penney says it is delaying the closure of 138 stores by several weeks to take advantage of better-than-expected sales at those locations. The company said Friday that more shoppers have visited the stores after it announced last month which locations were closing.

Richmond: Man fatally hit by vehicle identified

A man who died after being hit by a vehicle last week has been identified by the Contra Costa County Coroner's Office. An officer flagged down by a citizen found Melvin Broadway, 65, of Richmond, down in the 1700 block of Barrett Avenue around 10:30 p.m. on April 7. A shopping cart had been knocked over and several items in it spilled into the road, according to police.

UC Berkeley survey to gauge student housing choices

"The rising cost of housing in the Bay Area, and Berkeley in particular, is creating serious financial challenges for undergraduate students, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers, while pushing them further and further away from the campus in the search for available and affordable housing," the university said in a press release. A Housing Master Plan Task Force Report identified nine possible sites for future student housing, including the Oxford Tract, People's Park, and several others in Berkeley, as well as one each in Albany and Richmond.

When hippies thwarted bulldozer blades - Sausalito from the

From the back of the photo: "A clean up stays the bulldozer. An assortment of free thinkers, lost souls, escapists, artists, social anarchists, aesthetes and nature lovers banded together in Sausalito, CA to save muddy, debris-strewn Sonoma Street from rape by bulldozer.

The good old days when the GOP could endorse a Dem

Governor Ronald Reagan signs legislation with Assemblyman John T. Knox, second from right, and son John H. Knox. At left is Knox's friend, Republican Senator Bob Beverly.

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