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NIAD Art Center unveils two September exhibitions

NIAD Art Center unveils two September exhibitions

By Kathy Chouteau NIAD Art Center is unveiling two new exhibitions at its Richmond location now through September 23: "Day Or Night It Looks Like...
Richmond police report reduction in illegal fireworks-related calls

Richmond police report reduction in illegal fireworks-related calls

By Mike Kinney At last, Richmond's sanctioned Independence Day celebration and fireworks show at Marina Bay Park returned last weekend following a pandemic hiatus. Also...
Nine organizations awarded Richmond 'Love Your Block' mini-grants

Richmond ‘Love Your Block’ mini-grants awarded to 9 organizations

Nine local organization serving Richmond received a share of $80,000 in Love Your Block mini-grants that will be used in beautification projects in various...
Contra Costa County receives $3.5 million for clean transportation programs

Contra Costa County receives $3.5 million for clean transportation programs

By Kathy Chouteau A partnership between MCE and Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) is bringing clean transportation programs countywide anticipated to reduce more than 50,000...
Richmond parks, community bolstered by influx of grants

Richmond parks, community bolstered by influx of grants

By Kathy Chouteau The City of Richmond is marking the arrival of 2022 with the receipt of several large grants for city parks, including Shields-Reid...
UC Berkeley, EBMUD partner on new research and innovation center at Richmond Field Station

UC Berkeley, EBMUD announce new research center at Richmond Field Station

A new research and innovation center, called the Center for Smart Infrastructure, is being established at UC Berkeley's Richmond Field Station and intends to...
New youth-driven mural goes up outside Richmond Art Center

New youth-driven mural goes up outside Richmond Art Center

By Kathy Chouteau Those passing by the front entrance to the Richmond Art Center (RAC) on Barrett Avenue may notice an eye-catching new addition to...
$10M from state budget to address 'sudden tree die-off' in East Bay parks

$10M from state budget to address ‘sudden tree die-off’ in East Bay parks

The East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) received $13.5 million from the California State budget to prevent wildfires, including $10 million to specifically remove...
'Every drop counts' amid record dry year in East Bay

‘Every drop counts’ amid record dry year in East Bay

By Mike Kinney As the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) forges ahead with providing water and sewage treatment services around-the-clock for 1.4 million customers,...
'Telework' offered as new employer option for regional commuter program

Regional commuter program adds ‘telework’ to employer options

By Kathy Chouteau The Bay Area Air Quality Management District and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) announced today a new post-pandemic compliance option for the...

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Social justice leader/author Uma Mishra to speak at Richmond Library

Social justice leader/author Uma Mishra to speak at Richmond Library

Uma Mishra, a Richmond resident, social justice and women's rights leader, speaker, and coauthor of the children's book, Loujain Dreams of Sunflowers, is coming...
Wild photos from accident near Jack in the Box drive thru

No injuries in solo-vehicle accident at Jack in the Box in San Pablo

San Pablo police shared wild photos from an unusual solo-vehicle accident at the drive-thru of a Jack in the Box. Police got a call about...
Fundraiser aims to help Richmond family who ‘lost everything’ in fire

Fundraiser aims to help Richmond family who ‘lost everything’ in fire

By Kathy Chouteau and Mike Kinney A GoFundMe fundraiser has been launched for a Richmond family of six who lost everything in a house fire...