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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
New Bay Area housing trend: Living in the backyard

Limei Huang checks on her secondary in-law housing unit under construction in the backyard of her home in San Jose, Calif., earlier this month.

Naomi Parker Fraley, woman who inspired 'Rosie the Riveter,' dies

A woman credited with inspiring the "Rosie the Riveter" poster of World War II with its gutsy slogan of "We Can Do It!" that went on to represent female empowerment decades later, has died. Naomi Parker Fraley died in Washington on Saturday, the same day that hundreds of thousands of women around the world took to the streets for the annual Women's March.

Crab feed in Richmond will benefit Masquers Playhouse

The Masquers Playhouse theater company will provide the entertainment at its crab feed fundraiser from 5 to 9 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Riggers Loft Wine Company-R&B Cellars, 1325 Canal Blvd. in Richmond. Doors open at 5 p.m. for social time, with dinner at 6:30 p.m. Bring your nutcracker or other crab-opening implement.

My word: Kennedy High Richmond class of 2018 faces challenging times similar to 50 years ago

Dr. Martin Luther King holds a "peace torch" during his speech addressed to a protest vigil of 400 persons outside the Santa Rita Prison Farm, California, Jan. 15, 1968. Dr. King visited folk singer Joan Baez, her mother and other draft protesters who are serving 45-day sentences, following their arrests before Christmas at the Oakland Induction Center.

CA: First Train in BART's New Fleet Makes Inaugural Run

Jan. 20-- OAKLAND -- Brighter, cleaner, quieter: Those were just a few words BART riders used to describe the first train in the agency's new fleet, which made its inaugural ride Friday. "It's kind of space-agey," said Richmond resident Frank Bonanni, who was surprised to find himself boarding the new train.

Two Burglary Suspects Arrested With Community Member's Help

Community members and officers, both human and canine, worked together to forestall a crime and get two burglary suspects arrested in Richmond earlier this month, police said. Officers including Odin, a police dog, responded to a call reporting a possible burglary in progress at a home in the 2000 block of Coalinga Avenue in the city's Central District Jan. 9, according to police.

Police: Richmond man arrested for felony hit-and-run after pedestrian found seriously injured

Police arrested a man accused of critically injuring a pedestrian in a hit-and-run Saturday in San Pablo, according to San Pablo Police Department. Around 12:58 a.m. officers responded to the area of Brookside Dr. near 23rd St. to reports of a man laying down in the roadway.

Police arrest suspect in San Pablo hit-and-run

Police announced Sunday they arrested a man suspected of driving a car that hit a pedestrian in a hit-and-run collision early Saturday morning in the area of Brookside Drive and 23rd Street. Officers found the victim, a 33-year-old man, lying at the scene shortly before 1 a.m. Saturday with multiple injuries to his face and torso, according to a news release from the San Pablo Police Department.

Biz Bits: Unused space at malls become new homes

That, according to a real estate expert at Thursday's North State Economic Forecast Conference, is the newest housing trend. During the annual Oroville conference, Todd Mirell of Union Bank pointed out the melding of retail and housing that's occurring throughout the country, including in the Bay Area.

Is Black Lightning Supposed to Be 'Dead'? How Is He Not...

Black Lightning lit up The CW this week, giving the Tuesdays-at-9/8c time slot its biggest audience in three years and its best demo rating in two. to questions you might have about its titular principal by day/costumed crimefighter by night, his newly empowered daughter, arch nemesis Tobias Whale and more.

Korematsu civil rights legacy to be focus of Richmond presentation

Karen Korematsu speaks to a crowd of about 100 about her father, Fred Korematsu and his struggle against the World War II-era racial profiling of Japanese American citizens and Japanese immigrants. His image is projected in background.

Oakland Bishop Michael C. Barber, SJ: President's decision "heartbreaking"

As the Catholic Church in the United States began observing National Migration Week, a time to reflect on the circumstances confronting migrants, immigrants, refugees and human trafficking victims, the administration of President Donald Trump announced that it would end an immigration program for thousands of Salvadorans, one of the largest groups of modern-day immigrants in the country and one that includes many Catholics.

BART's new trains a first-time hit with passengers

Transit Station Supervisor Walter Grier, Labor Representative Kevin Alexander, Transportation Supervisor Charlotte Dangerfield and Station Agent Jessica Theus laugh while riding the inaugural first run of Bart's newest train Friday, Jan. 19, 2018 at MacArthur Station in Oakland, Calif. less Transit Station Supervisor Walter Grier, Labor Representative Kevin Alexander, Transportation Supervisor Charlotte Dangerfield and Station Agent Jessica Theus laugh while riding the inaugural first ... more The newest Bart train arrives for the second part of its inaugural ride Friday, Jan. 19, 2018 at Richmond Station in Richmond, Calif.

Ita s here! First train in BARTa s new fleet makes inaugural run

Brighter, cleaner, quieter: Those were just a few words BART riders used to describe the first train in the agency's new fleet, which made its inaugural ride Friday. "It's kind of space-agey," said Richmond resident Frank Bonanni, who was surprised to find himself boarding the new train.

Learn about Selby, Oleum and other forgotten West Contra Costa locales

The East Bay shoreline between Richmond and Port Costa was once dotted with industrial sites served by ship and railroad access and accompanied by settlements where workers and their families lived. While company town settlements such as Tormey, Oleum, Eckley and Selby were once thriving concerns and still appear on some maps, most are gone and largely forgotten.

Millions of dollars in changes in store for Richmond Bridge, but is it money well spent?

Even on its best day, the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge is no basket of fruit. Unlike its Bay Area brethren - the icons with their pleasing arcs and majestic towers, and even the more utilitarian structures with their uncomplicated designs - the crossing named for John F. McCarthy is 5.5 miles of hard labor.

Join us for the 4th Annual Youth Job Fair

Whether you like spending time outdoors, working with children, aquatics, or public safety, there's something for you with the East Bay Regional Park District! Learn about the wide variety of job opportunities for youth and students while exploring the many jobs available for the summer and in the near future. Free lunch and shuttle.

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