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Education | May 26, 2016

WriterCoach Connection uplifts learning and community

Warning that we would be overwhelmed with good stories, Richmond Councilman Vinay Pimple urged the Standard to pay a visit …

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Crime | May 26, 2016

Richmond man dies in Antioch shooting

A shooting in Antioch on Tuesday took the life of a 21-year-old Richmond man, police said Wednesday. Joseph Spencer was …

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Recent News | May 26, 2016

Native American Walk for Sobriety set for July 16

The United Urban Warrior Society (UUWS) of Central California will host its second annual Native American Walk for Sobriety on …

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Sports | May 26, 2016

East Bay Soldiers winning big, attracting spotlight

The Steph Curry-effect that has swept the Bay Area and nation has garnered a lot of attention for the East …

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Recent News | May 26, 2016

Why Richmond’s employee costs are driving the budget deficit

While Richmond struggles to close a $10.2 million budget deficit that will unavoidably lead to cuts in vital city services, …

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Recent News | May 25, 2016

San Pablo holding Dumpster Day on June 4

The City of San Pablo’s Public Works Department is hosting another typically popular Dumpster Day on Saturday, June 4. The …

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Entertainment and Food | May 25, 2016

Le’Le featured on new must-listen track by Defacto Music

As Leondrea Thomas — otherwise known as the hip hop artist Le’Le — grows up, her talent and musical style …

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Sports | May 25, 2016

Local youth invited to USTA Play Day at Richmond Plunge complex

Local youth are encouraged to sign up for a United States Tennis Association (USTA) Play Day at the Richmond Plunge …

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Prep News | May 25, 2016

De Anza baseball team scores upset in NCS opener

Huge news out of Marin County! On Tuesday, the De Anza High Dons recorded a big upset of high-powered San …

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Jobs | May 25, 2016

Local entrepreneurs invited to free Kickstart Your Business orientation

The Richmond Renaissance Center in Richmond, which provides expert, low-cost guidance along with free business training, is holding a free orientation …

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Uncategorized | May 25, 2016

Person shot on Interstate 80 in Hercules Tuesday night

A flurry of East Bay freeway shooting incidents since November continued Tuesday night with a person shot on eastbound Interstate …

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Uncategorized | May 24, 2016

Apple delivers iPads to every student at Stege Elementary

Representatives of Apple Inc. swung by Stege Elementary School in Richmond on Tuesday in order to give every teacher and …

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Recent News | May 24, 2016

25-year-old Richmond woman injured in crash caused by drunken driver

A 25-year-old Richmond woman suffered major injuries after her disabled car was struck by a drunken driver on Interstate Highway …

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Chevron Speaks | May 24, 2016

Get to know Michael Huff, Operations Assistant

Title: Operations Assistant Years with Chevron: 22 Education: Graduated from Sonoma State University in 1989 with degrees in Biology and Chemistry; Completed …

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Community Views | May 24, 2016

The Chamberlins: ‘Why public education matters to us’

By Susan and Steve Chamberlin, As the 2016 election cycle gets hotter, we know that our names will come up. …

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The Richmond-based House Rabbit Society is calling for a boycott on shopping at Whole Foods Market Inc. over the decision to sell rabbit meat.

Recent News | Jun 30, 2014

Whole Foods Market responds to complaint about rabbit meat sales

Officials at Whole Foods Market Inc. have responded to a complaint about the sales of rabbit meat at the grocer’s …

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USPS

Recent News | Feb 7, 2014

USPS responds to complaints about Richmond sorting facility

Although the US Postal Service says only a small percentage of packages end up lost or delayed at its national …

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Mock 'dirty bomb' drill will bring more than 200 soldiers, airmen, police and fire officials to Richmond

Recent News | Apr 3, 2015

Mock ‘dirty bomb’ drill to bring hundreds of soldiers, airmen, police and fire officials to Richmond

A “dirty bomb” will be located in Richmond on Saturday, April 11, and more than 200 soldiers, airmen, local law …

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31-year-old Richmond woman sentenced for killing 16-year-old who had fathered her child

Crime | Oct 20, 2015

Richmond woman, 31, sentenced for killing 16-year-old ex-boyfriend

A 31-year-old Richmond woman was sentenced to 21 years in state prison Tuesday for fatally shooting a 16-year-old ex-boyfriend who …

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Selfie suspect turns self in

Crime | Nov 18, 2015

El Cerrito robbery suspect’s selfies end up in victim’s cloud storage

The woman pictured is wanted by police in connection with the violent robbery of an El Cerrito High student on …

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RPD investigating video of woman accused of leaving baby in car while shopping at GamesStop

Crime | Apr 18, 2016

Richmond police investigating video of baby left in car while woman shopped at GameStop

A viral video has prompted Richmond police to investigate allegations that a woman left a baby alone in her car …

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Chevron will begin accepting applications for Refinery Maintenance Trainees positions at the Richmond Refinery.

Chevron Speaks | May 6, 2014

Chevron Richmond is hiring for Refinery Maintenance Trainees positions

Beginning Friday, Chevron will begin accepting applications for Refinery Maintenance Trainees positions at the Richmond Refinery. We want to make …

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RPD's summer crime prevention fair Saturday offers food, fun and signatures for fix-it tickets

Recent News | May 20, 2015

Richmond council passes resolution supporting ban on space-based weapons

The Richmond City Council passed a resolution Tuesday supporting a ban on space-based weapons after a lengthy discussion over whether …

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Richmond science teacher claims to heal people through prayer

Recent News | Apr 25, 2016

Richmond science teacher claims to heal people through prayer

Before explaining how she performs miracles, Tammy Hatch (pictured on left) states emphatically, “I am no one special.” The Richmond …

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Black Lives Matter image hurts Chief Magnus' job prospects in Tucson

Recent News | Dec 9, 2014

Demonstration in Richmond draws hundreds, remains peaceful

A demonstration over the deaths of men at the hands of police on Tuesday has drawn about 250 people and …

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