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Richmond homeowners encouraged to apply for free home solar systems

Richmond to receive 130 free home solar installations over three years

Over the next three years, 130 low-income Richmond households will receive free home solar installations from GRID Alternatives, after the Richmond City Council approved a $550,000 contract Tuesday. The funds for solar installations won't come...

Stride Center Creates Career Opportunities for Local Residents in IT

At a recent mock job interview session at the Chevron Richmond Refinery, a middle-age San Pablo father said he’s been attending information technology classes when he’s not working full-time at a San Francisco parking...
Chevron to hold workshop for local businesses seeking opportunities with Richmond Refinery

Chevron to hold workshop for local businesses seeking opportunities with Richmond Refinery

On Aug. 19, Chevron USA is set to host a workshop for local small businesses and contractors seeking potential contracting opportunities at the Richmond Refinery. Businesses throughout Contra Costa County -- especially those in Richmond,...
Job seekers encouraged to attend career expo at Richmond Memorial Convention Center Sept. 30

Cool job alert! Contra Costa ARC is hiring

Contra Costa ARC—a nonprofit organization working to enhance and enrich the lives of children with special needs and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities—is hiring. The nonprofit is in need of an administrative assistant at...

Free Job Training Classes for Industrial Careers Begin in July

The Regional Occupational Program (ROP), a free job training program that prepares local residents for careers at industrial facilities including the Chevron Richmond Refinery, is now enrolling students for its next semester of courses...
Inspiring Kennedy High grad needs advice on becoming voice actor for animated films

Inspiring Kennedy High grad needs advice on becoming voice actor for animated films

A remarkable graduate from Kennedy High school has a voice made for animated movies -- all she needs now is advice on how to break into the field, according to her former teachers. Kennedy teachers...
266 Richmond youth sign up for summer employment program at 52 local work sites

266 Richmond youth enroll in summer employment program at 52 local work sites

A total 266 Richmond youth have enrolled in the city's Summer Youth Employment Project (SYEP) and will be placed at one of 52 participating work sites, according to City Manager Bill Lindsay. Four of those...
Job seekers encouraged to attend career expo at Richmond Memorial Convention Center Sept. 30

Cool jobs alert! Building Blocks for Kids Richmond Collaborative hiring for two positions

The Building Blocks for Kids Richmond Collaborative (BBK Richmond) is hiring for two exciting positions: Manager of Finance and Operations and Health and Wellness Lead. To find out more about the positions and our organization,...
Richmond homeowners encouraged to apply for free home solar systems

GRID Alternatives installs another local home solar system with help from RichmondBUILD, Chevron

Another Richmond home was outfitted with a rooftop solar system as part of a partnership involving GRID Alternatives, Chevron Richmond volunteers and students in the RichmondBUILD career-training program. In two days, Gilda and Bill Harrell's...
RichmondBUILD gets nearly $200,000 EPA grant to place graduates in green jobs

RichmondBUILD receives nearly $200,000 EPA grant to place graduates in green jobs

RichmondBUILD, the highly successful local job training program that places 80-percent of its graduates in jobs with an average starting wage of $18.33 per hour, has received a $192,300 grant from the U.S. Environmental...

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State of the City: Richmond faces difficult financial road

Mayor to explore dissolving Richmond Housing Authority

By Richmond Mayor Tom Butt While the longstanding and increasingly acrimonious issues between the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Richmond...
Map points out Richmond's many new and old attractions

Map points out Richmond’s many new and old attractions

Melinda McCrary, the executive director of the Richmond Museum of History, was touted in City Manager Bill Lindsay's newsletter for attracting attention to her...
4 teens arrested following gunpoint robbery in Pinole

4 teens arrested following gunpoint robbery in Pinole

Four teenagers -- three from Richmond and one from El Sobrante -- were arrested on suspicion of robbing a person at gunpoint in Pinole,...