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Slow Burn Glass heats up Richmond art scene

By Kathy Chouteau A talented glass artist has recently fired up the Richmond art scene. Equipped with his glassblowing pipe, glass artist and instructor Bryan Goldenberg...

What you can do about ants in your home

By the Contra Costa County Integrated Pest Management Advisory Committee Where you see one ant you are bound to see more. Their small size allows...

Hercules police release images from damaging crash

"Seatbelts do save lives." That's part of the statement released by Hercules police following a damaging solo-vehicle crash early Monday on Willow Avenue near Palm...

27th Annual North & East Neighborhood Picnic draws locals

By Mike Kinney "Come and meet your neighbors" was this year's theme for the 27th Annual North & East Neighborhood Picnic. The potluck picnic took place...

The Factory Bar gets planning commission nod

The Factory Bar received unanimous approval from the Richmond Planning Commission earlier this month to launch at 12513 San Pablo Ave., near Clinton Ave. The...

De Anza High football coach earns Raiders’ $1K Coach of the...

De Anza High football coach Tyree Reed was honored earlier this month as the Oakland Raiders' Coach of the Week. The honor followed the Dons'...

Blighted magazine rack becomes Richmond alley’s ‘Little Free Library’

by Mike Kinney A Richmond alleyway that has been rehabilitated with ample help from local community members now has its own Little Free Library. Community organizer...

Richmond resident’s estate gifts $835,000 to Contra Costa College Foundation

A recent $835,000 gift from the estate of Geraldine M. Packard will help more students re-enter Contra Costa College for a second chance to...

St. David’s festival ushers in fall, funnel cake and fun

By Kathy Chouteau It was a beautiful day in the East Bay, and as it turned out, the perfect time to throw a festival. Right before...

Chevron Stations Inc. hosting weekly pop-up hiring events in Richmond

Chevron Stations Inc. is hosting a series of pop-up hiring events at various stores in the region, including two in Richmond. The pop-up hiring events...

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Slow Burn Glass heats up Richmond art scene

Slow Burn Glass heats up Richmond art scene

By Kathy Chouteau A talented glass artist has recently fired up the Richmond art scene. Equipped with his glassblowing pipe, glass artist and instructor Bryan Goldenberg...

What you can do about ants in your home

By the Contra Costa County Integrated Pest Management Advisory Committee Where you see one ant you are bound to see more. Their small size allows...

Hercules police release images from damaging crash

"Seatbelts do save lives." That's part of the statement released by Hercules police following a damaging solo-vehicle crash early Monday on Willow Avenue near Palm...