Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Education

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Shops at Hilltop announce upcoming Asian-inspired food/entertainment additions

Shops at Hilltop, West County Reads to host free reading celebration

West County Reads has partnered with the Shops at Hilltop to hold a free reading event on Saturday, Oct. 5, that will feature book giveaways, story time, spoken word, games, arts & crafts, face-painting...

BARM, Chevron hold annual Back-to-School carnival

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond’s Nevin Park was recently transformed into a lively carnival that drew hundreds of children, parents and other community members to a celebration of learning. The annual Back to School Celebration, hosted by...

Assassin’s Creed creator Ubisoft brings virtual museum to Kennedy High

Maxime Durant has spent a good part of his career working on the popular Assassin’s Creed series, but he’s not a computer programmer. He’s a historian who was tapped by game maker Ubisoft to...

Local biz donates school supplies to kids in need

By Rafael Lima A local business is helping to prepare underserved children for the new school year. West County-based Windermere Rowland Realty just donated 20 backpacks and 10 boxes of school supplies to the Boys &...

Guitars Not Guns strikes chord at San Pablo Library

By Mike Kinney and Mike Aldax Near the end of an eight-week stretch of guitar lessons at San Pablo Library this summer, a group of 25 young students were quizzed on what they learned, and...
St. David School invites community to hearty breakfast fundraiser

St. David School has Pre-K openings, tours offered

St. David School in Richmond is welcoming applicants for openings in its Pre-K program, ages 3-5. The Pre-K, located at 5613 Garvin Ave., around the corner from the K-8 school, has four credentialed teachers with...
San Pablo stores lauded for removing alcohol ads

San Pablo stores lauded for removing alcohol ads

Eight San Pablo stores were recently awarded certificates for either removing or not having low-displayed alcohol advertisements -- part of a youth-led campaign to reduce rates of underage drinking. Sylvester Greenwood Academy students who are...
WCCUSD to hold public hearing in San Pablo on proposed elections changes

San Pablo to hold 10th annual back-to-school event Friday

The City of San Pablo is inviting its citizens to the 10th Annual Back-to-School Closet Event this Friday, where kids can receive giveaways of clothing, shoes, toys as well as school supplies, books and...
Richmond to hold three-day Back to School Carnival

RPAL Back-to-School Carnival set for end of summer fun

New location, same back-to-school blast. The Richmond Police Activities League’s (RPAL) annual Back-to-School Carnival, previously located at Civic Center, will this year take place at nearby Nicholl Park from Friday Aug. 16 through Sunday, Aug....

Summer camp inspires new generation of Rosie the Riveters

Think you had a busy summer? Perhaps you haven't met Rosie's Girls, a fearless group of 30 sixth, seventh and eighth graders from Richmond and San Pablo. Just reading through their six-week summer itinerary is exhausting....

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Richmond man launches event to honor neighbors who are veterans

By Mike Kinney When Greg McConnell, a local realtor, moved to 27th Street in the North & East Neighborhood in Richmond from New York City...

Not in Our Town, El Sobrante to host film screening, discussion

Not In Our Town, El Sobrante, a group of local residents that is part a national movement aiming to rid communities of all forms...

Dr. Damon A. Bell selected as Contra Costa College interim president

Dr. Damon A. Bell has been selected as interim president of Contra Costa College. He assumes the post following the controversial resignation of former...