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'That's My Dog' raising funds to feed Hurricane Harvey survivors

‘That’s My Dog’ raising funds to feed Hurricane Harvey survivors

The Muccular family, owners of the Richmond-born, often charitable "That's My Dog" food business, recently moved to Katy, Tex., just west of Houston, in order to expand their business. On Wednesday, they sent the...
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Little Caesars ‘Love Kitchen’ parks in Richmond

The Little Caesars Love Kitchen parked in front of the Bay Area Rescue Mission at 200 Macdonald Ave. in Richmond on Wednesday. In its third visit to the Richmond shelter and resources center, the big-rig...
Richmond restaurant owner delivers check for hurricane relief

Richmond author to donate book sales from event to local charities

Richmond author Christine Volker is set to discuss her debut mystery novel, Venetian Blood: Murder in a Sensuous City, at Salute e Vita Ristorante in the Marina Bay neighborhood on Sunday, Sept. 10 --...

Sprint providing thousands of local students with free Internet

More than 300 West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) seniors on Wednesday received a free wireless Internet hotspot and 3GB of high-speed LTE data per month for up to four years thanks to...
Shields-Reid Park clean up and sports camp events set for Friday, Saturday

Community invited to free chess tournament at Shields-Reid center

The community is invited to participate in a free chess tournament next month at the Shields-Reid Community Center in Richmond. The 2nd Annual Shields-Reid Community Chess Tournament will take place Saturday Sept. 9 at the...
'Urgent' need for Richmond-area families to host international students

‘Urgent’ need for Richmond-area families to host international students

Richmond-area families are being sought to host international students attending Salesian High this fall. Homestay management company Twinn Palms says there is an "urgent need" for host families. The host families will be provided with...
Little Caesers Love Kitchen to park in Richmond on Wednesday, Aug. 30

Little Caesers Love Kitchen to park in Richmond on Wednesday, Aug. 30

The Little Caesers Love Kitchen is set to return to Richmond for a third time in order to cook up and serve pizzas to needy families. The big-rig equipped with a pizza kitchen is set...
Volunteers beautify Nichol Park ahead of Soulful Softball Sunday

Volunteers beautify Nichol Park ahead of Soulful Softball Sunday

The softball field, bleachers and other structures at Nichol Park have received a volunteer-led renovation in recent days courtesy of the group that is set to hold another highly-anticipated Soulful Softball Sunday event on...

Local youth learn the science of baseball at Oakland Coliseum

Imagine walking into an empty Oakland Coliseum with your teammates and you've got the place all to yourselves. That's pretty much the experience about 75 young ballplayers from West Contra Costa County enjoyed on Tuesday...
Richmond's weekend-long Back to School Carnival starts Aug. 25

Richmond’s weekend-long Back to School Carnival starts Aug. 25

Richmond's annual Back to School Carnival -- a full weekend of amusement rides, carnival games, fair food and a school supplies giveaway -- will take place at Civic Center Plaza and Macdonald Avenue from...

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$825,000 gift to support Contra Costa College business students

Retired biz professor’s estate gifts $825,000 to Contra Costa College

The Contra Costa College Foundation announced Monday that it received a gift of $825,000 from the estate of retired business professor Stephen C. Schaefer...
East Brother Beer Co., Richmond Promise to host teacher appreciation event Wednesday

East Brother Beer Co., Richmond Promise to host teacher appreciation event Wednesday

Teachers and counselors will be celebrated at East Brother Beer Co. in Richmond on Wednesday, Sept. 27, when the brewery hosts the first "Cheers...

Richmond police convince suicidal man to drop knife

An armed, suicidal man in an Iron Triangle home took to Facebook Live during his moment of heightened distress last week -- but two...