About

The Richmond Beat, serving the community of Richmond, CA, is the official blog of Anna McCarthy and Nicholas Kusnetz. We are reporters and students at the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley and we will be spending most of our time this semester in and around Richmond, covering all aspects of life from community events and crime to education and the environment. We want to hear what you have to say (responses, story ideas, etc.), so please read the site and feel free to post comments or contact us.Contact Anna: mccart38(at)gmail(dot)comContact Nicholas: nkusnetz(at)gmail(dot)com

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5 Responses to About

  1. tom freund says:

    where is coverage about rosie park and kqed’s war: the bay area?

  2. Tarnel Abbott says:

    Richmond Public Library and the Foundation Center San Francisco present: Free workshop : “FINDING FOUNDATION SUPPORT FOR YOUR EDUCATION’ Thursday, September 27, 2007 from 6:00 to 7 : 30 p.m. at Richmond Library Community Room 325 Civic Center Plaza ( near Macdonald & 27th) in Central Richmond

  3. Gina Harris says:

    I just copied you on information for a “Stop the Violence March” that will be taking place in Richmond this Saturday, October 13. Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Sincerely,

    Gina Harris
    United We Can Coordinator
    Victory Outreach International Church-Richmond
    510 619-6338

  4. Eugene Fleming says:

    The City of Richmond is considering of taking action against the commercial property management firm that runs the Richmond Shopping Center on Macdonald Ave. Shoppers and neighbors have:

    Witnessed drug sales at the Richmond Shopping Center;
    Witnessed violent crime or property crime at the Richmond Shopping Center;;
    Been the victim of a crime at the Richmond Shopping Center;
    Witnessed any other activity that you have personally seen that has impacted your business, person or quality of life, please contact:

    Richmond Police Department
    Crime Prevention
    401 27th Street
    Richmond , CA 94804

    Tuesday January 22nd
    Will you be there?

  5. Gina Portillo says:

    I want all Richmore Village neighbors to know that any vacant houses alongside you are a calling card for burglars. Our home, flanked by two vacant houses for sale, was burglarized on 1/25/08. Just around 6 p.m. Our house backs up to the BART tracks and set the perfect stage for a burglar to break in our back window. We are very upset and this is not just about the missing items but the emotional distress on all of us. We have 3 children, the oldest 12 yrs, won’t even sleep in his room because he is afraid to be in his room alone. We are thinking of barring the windows, which doesn’t promote a beautiful neighborhood but we don’t feel safe any more. We did not have a security system but from the looks of the crime they were in and out in 10 minutes. I’ve heard that gating Richmore Village was once a thought? Comments?

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