New Richmond Police Chief Gets Sworn InThe replacement for a popular Richmond police chief is being officially sworn in Tuesday as the 16th person to fill the city's top cop role.
EBMUD Repairs Seeping Richmond Main After Years Of Wasted WaterA water main in Richmond that has been leaking for years has been fixed and the East Bay Municipal Utility District -- which had long denied the seep was from their pipes -- finally owned up to the problem.
Realtors Launch Campaign Opposing Richmond's Eminent Domain Plan On MortgagesAn association of Contra Costa realtors have started running radio ads in opposition to the City of Richmond's plan to use eminent domain as a way of helping financially struggling homeowners.
Residents Of Dilapidated Richmond Apartment Complex May Be EvacuatedThe City of Richmond has a plan to evacuate 130 from a dilapidated apartment complex operated by the city's public housing authority.
City Of Richmond Sues Chevron Over 2012 Refinery FireThe city of Richmond sued Chevron Corp. in Contra Costa County Superior Court Friday for alleged negligence in last year’s massive refinery fire, accusing the oil company of “willful and conscious disregard of public safety.”
Richmond Considers Eminent Domain As A Path To Home Loan RestructuringDespite rising home prices in much of the Bay Area, many home buyers are struggling to wade out from their underwater mortgage – prompting some Richmond city leaders to attempt a unique tactic to provide mortgage relief.
Richmond Hires Inspectors To Crack Down On Foreclosure BlightTrash, construction debris and unsightly waste have been piling up at abandoned properties in the City of Richmond at a rate never seen before.