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Fueling Human Energy – A History of Aviation Innovation

By Karen Forthuber From powering the tractors and other equipment that enable California farmers to feed the hungry, to innovations that enable drivers to get...

Meet Felicia Phillips, Principal of Kennedy High School

Tell us about your job and your background. I am the principal at Kennedy High School. I actually am a graduate of Kennedy High myself,...

Creating a better future for our kids

By Lily Rahnema I am the new Community Engagement Manager for the Richmond Refinery. I’m excited to work in this vibrant community and get to...

Chevron Speaks to Sandra Escalante, CEO and President, Laner Electric Supply

Tell us about Laner Electric Supply. Laner Electric Supply was established in 1984. We are a wholesale distributor of electrical construction materials, lighting products and...

Helping Neighboring Businesses Grow

By Steve Ghio Chevron is committed to creating social and economic value wherever we do business. Integral to these efforts is having a supplier network...

Meet Hector Infante, the Richmond Refinery’s new public affairs manager

How long have you worked for Chevron? I have worked for Chevron for 26 years in Marketing and in the Policy, Government and Public Affairs...

Chevron and Richmond: a century of partnership

By John Harper For the past 116 years, our refinery has fostered a strong relationship with the City of Richmond. Built on a peninsula of low...

Chevron Speaks to Cindy Wu, Supply Scheduler

What do you do at the Refinery? I am a Supply Scheduler with the Oils Planning Group. Our team looks at the business across the...

Keeping Richmond and the Bay Area Moving Forward

By Claudia Graham On a daily basis, our dedicated team of operators, engineers, scientists and other professionals works to produce the transportation fuels and other...

Keeping the community informed

By Alan Davis At Chevron, everything we do begins with our fundamental commitment to safety. Our safety culture reflects a code of conduct based on...

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Classic car show revs up for Pinole return

Classic car show revs up for Pinole return

By Kathy Chouteau “Pinole’s Annual Classic Car Show” is cruising back into town Sun., Sept. 26 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., with downtown Pinole...
Moving Forward awards 7 local youth leaders with scholarships

Moving Forward awards 7 local youth leaders with scholarships

By Kathy Chouteau Moving Forward, an organization aiming to make a positive impact on the community through initiatives on health, academics and community service, hosted...
West Contra Costa communities might be just a little bit quieter after police in Pinole seized over a dozen M-1000 type illegal explosives during a bust involving a stolen vehicle early this morning. At 2:50 a.m., officers located a stolen vehicle in the 1400 block of Fitzgerald Drive and took the driver into custody without incident, police said. "Upon a search of the vehicle, officers located a clear plastic bag that contained what appeared to be at least a dozen M-1000 type illegal explosives," police said. "The area was cordoned off for safety and Walnut Creek PD's Bomb Squad responded to the scene. Bomb Squad Officers recovered the illegal explosives and verified they contained flash powder. [Fifteen] M-1000 type explosives were recovered from the vehicle."

Pinole police seize M-1000 fireworks from stolen vehicle

West Contra Costa communities might be just a little bit quieter after police in Pinole seized over a dozen M-1000 type illegal explosives during...