Friday, April 19, 2019

County hiring teaching staff for Head Start Program

Interested in a career in early education? The Community Services Bureau (CSB) of Contra Costa County Employment and Human Services Department invites you to apply...
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El Sobrante Cyclery on a roll since 1957
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Volunteers improve 23rd St. on Cesar Chavez Day
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MESA program in East Bay creates future STEM professionals
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Local rapper's freestyle tribute to Nipsey Hussle
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CHP investigating 3 East Bay freeway shootings since Saturday
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Contra Costa College career fair attracts over 50 employers
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New music emerges from late Johnny Ca$h, thanks to his mom
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Richmond nonprofit, Pittsburgh Steelers team up for ailing fan
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Large Richmond homeless encampment given notice to vacate
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Steph Curry, Warriors unveil renovated Richmond basketball courts
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Planning a date night? Head to Pikanhas in the Point
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Free field trip program brings 800 kids to Richmond museum
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A lasting tribute to an iconic Richmond postmaster
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50 local industry professionals help judge WCCUSD STEM Fair
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Chevron Richmond Refinery celebrates 20th Black History Month celebration
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VIDEO: Richmond firefighters battle Parkway car fire
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Oakland A’s, Chevron hit home run for STEM education
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New pizza eatery augments El Sobrante's diversity
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Love in the air at Point Richmond ukulele jam
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College financial aid forms now part of Kennedy High curriculum
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Rich City Rides: Transforming lives one bike at a time
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Noel Diaz, owner of Purity Wine in Richmond
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CHP – Oakland
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Richmond raises Pan-African flag for Black History Month
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Richmond raises Pan-African flag for Black History Month (Full Video)
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Big news for Richmond's popular Pup Hut
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Harbour-8 improvements in the short term
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Cutz Training Facility opens in Richmond
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Volunteers honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with Day of Service
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John Gioia selected as chair of county Board of Supervisors
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San Pablo councilman's RV donation drive housing Camp Fire victims
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Richmond girl, 9, joins Cal Bears water polo team
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Locals hooked up at new Richmond barber shop
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Prime Time Nutrition's prime location in San Pablo
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Richmond ferry service set to launch Thursday
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Community bands together to clean up encampment near GRIP
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EM Downer YMCA prepped for massive food and toy giveaway
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Religious organizations band together to feed kids during holiday break
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Hug-a-Bear Dinner comforting for kids in crisis
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Family Volunteer Day helps beautify Nicholl Park
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Chevron E-Bike Challenge empowers students with engineering, life skills
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4th Annual World AIDS Day prayer vigil in Richmond, Calif.
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Taqueria La Bamba spotlights Mexican-El Salvadoran delights
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Grand opening celebrated for new WIC center in San Pablo
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VIDEO: Hundreds provided Thanksgiving meals at Bay Area Rescue Mission
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Trick or Treat on 23rd St. grows in popularity
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Halloween parade sweeps through Point Richmond
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East Richmond Heights’ homes get into Halloween spirit
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Richmond firefighter named hardest-working person in U.S.
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Hundreds join Richmond walk to end hunger, homelessness
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The story behind Blue Apron's name
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Picnic in the Point enjoys sun, fun and great music
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450 Chevron Richmond employees participate in Volunteer Week
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Chevron Fuel Your School program visits Stege Elementary
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Richmond Promise scholarship application now live
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Riggers Loft celebrates season with Harvest Pig Roast
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Hundreds march to protest John Henry High's charter revocation
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Cheech Marin mixes laughter with wisdom at Contra Costa College event
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Check it out: An update is coming to Contra Costa food trucks! Mobile food businesses operating in Contra Costa County will now have to post the same color-coded signs as stationary restaurants in the county, informing the public of recent, major health code violations.

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