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Heartwarming housewarming after local family's tragic setbacks

Local family celebrates housewarming party after tragic setbacks

By Kathy Chouteau The Parker family of El Sobrante, who in recent years have faced a series of inconceivable personal setbacks, celebrated some joyful news last weekend at a housewarming party at their newly purchased...
Richmond council considers suspending rents, mortgages

R3F allocated $100K from City of Richmond’s Rescue Act funds

By Kathy Chouteau The City of Richmond has awarded the Richmond Rapid Response Fund (R3F) with $100,000 from its American Rescue Act funds; the allocation was green lighted during the Aug. 2 City Council meeting. The...
RTA women's team is Norcal Sectional champs, moving on to nationals

RTA Women’s team is Norcal Sectional champs, moving on to nationals

By Mike Kinney The Richmond Tennis Association's (RTA) top-rated Women's (4.0) team is prepping for the 2022 USTA League National Championships after recently going undefeated at the USTA Norcal Sectionals event in Elk Grove. On July 31, the...
New Clipper pass to provide 'unlimited transit access' to 50K Bay Area residents

New Clipper pass to give ‘unlimited transit access’ to 50K Bay Area residents

A new pilot program will give 50,000 residents in the Bay Area free rides on bus, rail and ferry services throughout the nine-county region. The new Clipper BayPass will initially be distributed to students at...
Richmond Public Library hours expand

Richmond ESL Program parlays $50K toward service expansion

By Kathy Chouteau The Richmond Public Library’s Literacy for Every Adult Program’s (LEAP) ESL (English as a Second Language) component has been awarded $50,000 in funding from California Library Literacy Services (CLLS) to expand its...
Inaugural Richmond block party, resource fair set for City Hall

Inaugural Richmond block party, resource fair set for City Hall

The Richmond Community Block Party and Resource Fair is set to take place at City Hall on Friday, Aug. 19. In addition to community resources, the fair will feature food, games, jumpers, a backpack giveaway...
San Pablo community collab prep hundreds of youth for return to school

San Pablo community collab prep hundreds of youth for return to school

By Mike Kinney The Kiwanis Club of San Pablo and Latino business owners joined forces with the City of San Pablo on Saturday for a free backpack and school supplies giveaway at the San Pablo...
Black Star owners bringing dining, music to historic Baltic Building

Baltic Kiss puckers up for big debut

By Kathy Chouteau Baltic Kiss, a new dining and live music venue run by the same crew who operate the wildly popular Black Star Pirate BBQ in Point San Pablo Harbor, is launching a soft...
An archival photo of a BART train rolling through in Oakland with San Francisco in the background

BART offering 50 percent discount in September for its 50th anniversary

BART is offering a 50 percent discount for the entire month of September in celebration of the transit agency's 50th anniversary, which falls on Sept. 11. The reduced fare will automatically be deducted when using...
GO West Contra Costa distributes 1,000 backpacks to local families

GO West Contra Costa distributes 1,000 backpacks to local families

This story was originally published by GO Public Schools West Contra Costa. By Sara Sandhu Local family advocacy organization, GO West Contra Costa, distributed 1,000 brand-new backpacks stuffed with school supplies to West Contra Costa families earlier...

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Eligible people in Contra Costa can now schedule monkeypox vaccination

Eligible people in Contra Costa can now schedule monkeypox vaccine appointment

Eligible people can now schedule monkeypox (MPX) vaccinations by booking an appointment at mpxvaccine.cchealth.org, according to Contra Costa Health Services.  Previously, one had to submit...
Free food program available to enrolled, eligible adults

Center for Elders’ Independence informs public about free food program

By Kathy Chouteau The Center for Elders’ Independence is informing the public that it is participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)...
College district waiving parking permit fees for Fall semester

College district waiving fees for parking permits for Fall semester

The Contra Costa Community College District announced today that it is waiving fees to obtain parking permits for students in visitors for the Fall...