Monday, March 25, 2019

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Volunteers prep for massive Richmond toy/food drive

Volunteers prep for massive Richmond toy/food drive

It felt like a grand, secret toy store. But in reality, it was only a storage space at a Richmond fire station that was jam-packed with thousands of toys. On Wednesday, volunteers with Chevron Richmond...
Chevron employee’s Knit for GRIP sets donation record

Chevron employee’s Knit for GRIP sets donation record

Longtime Chevron employee Ann Ciurczak is helping to keep dozens of local families warm this holiday season, all because she loves knitting and crocheting. It began about a decade ago, when Ciurczak, who had been...

Responding to the Community

By Carlos Perez The Richmond Refinery works around the clock to produce the transportation fuels that we all use on a daily basis. We always strive to prevent any off-site impact from our operations on...
Chevron E-Bike Challenge empowers students with engineering, life skills

Chevron E-Bike Challenge fostering young engineers

By Kathy Chouteau The Richmond High students were so prepared for their bicycle competition afternoon, they barely had to pedal. At the RHS track in late afternoon, students in the Richmond High Engineering Partnership Academy tested...

Meet Danny Barbour, Environmental Field Coordinator and Odor Team Lead

Tell us about your role at Chevron? I am an Environmental Field Coordinator in the Health, Environment and Safety group. My role focusses on the regulatory compliance for air, water and waste. I also lead...
Richmond graduate of The Stride Center gives back

Richmond graduate of The Stride Center gives back

Rudy Campos will never forget the day his printer broke down nearly two decades ago. It was a great moment in his life. At the time, the Richmond resident faced career dejection. After 18 years parking...

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 more out of a gallon of gas and keep engines...

Veterans find home at Chevron Richmond Refinery

Jeanne Barker set out to conduct an experiment at the Chevron Richmond Refinery on Wednesday. The Chevron business/systems analyst asked a room filled with Refinery employees to stand up if they were military members. A...
A unique and important Salute to Veterans in Richmond

A unique and important Salute to Veterans in Richmond

Veteran's Day isn't until Sunday, but it was celebrated in a big way yesterday inside the famous former Ford Assembly Plant on Richmond's historic waterfront. The Salute to Veterans event at the Craneway Pavilion, sponsored...

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, class of 1984. I had a passion for science, so...

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Agave Azul: a new Richmond spot to see and be seen

Agave Azul: a new Richmond spot to see and be seen

Agave Azul is a new, highly anticipated Mexican restaurant in Richmond that celebrated its soft opening last week and is inviting the community to...
58-year-old man dies in El Sobrante house fire

58-year-old man dies in El Sobrante house fire

A 58-year-old man died after being pulled from a burning home in El Sobrante early Sunday. On Monday, the Contra Costa County coroner's office identified...
Paws & Pints gives rescue dogs new leash on life

Paws & Pints gives rescue dogs new leash on life

By Kathy Chouteau It was a grand affair for Yoyo and Mercedes. The two rescue dogs, accompanied by six of their furry counterparts from The Milo...