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2 Richmond parks set to receive new basketball courts

2 Richmond parks set to receive new basketball courts

Two Richmond parks are set to receive new basketball courts: John F. Kennedy Park and Unity Park. On Tuesday, Richmond City Council is scheduled to vote on whether to...
RPAL invites college-bound students to apply for scholarship

Richmond’s finest, bravest to be honored at awards dinner

The community is invited to honor some of Richmond's bravest and finest at the annual City of Richmond Public Safety Awards Dinner on Friday, March 1. The event, presented...
Contra Costa Animal Services offering 'Big Love' adoptions discount

Contra Costa Animal Services offering ‘Big Love’ adoptions discount

Contra Costa Animal Services (CCAS) is offering reduced cost adoptions of all animals starting today through Feb. 28 "in an effort to help Bay Area residents and families find love this Valentine’s...

County hosting teacher recruitment fair on Feb. 23

The Contra Costa County Office of Education (CCCOE) is set to hold its annual Teacher/Certificated Staff Recruitment Fair on Saturday, Feb. 23. The free event will run from 9...

Richmond pools now offer ‘Little Splashers’ class

A new swim class offered at Richmond pools is adorably called "Little Splashers." It's a drop-in class, no registration required, offered twice weekly to youth ages 6 months to...
Developers propose up to 2,300 housing units for Point Molate

Developers propose up to 2,000 housing units for Point Molate

A brewery. A hotel. A ferry dock. An artist’s village. A town square. At Richmond City Council Tuesday, ideas pitched by four developers for the future of Point Molate...
College financial aid forms now part of Kennedy High curriculum

College financial aid forms now part of Kennedy High curriculum

The computer lab at Kennedy High in Richmond bustled on a recent Thursday morning with students working on their college financial aid applications. For the first time this year, filling...
Richmond Ferry ridership exceeds first month expectations

Richmond Ferry ridership exceeds first month expectations

So far, Richmond Ferry service has gone on swimmingly, according to city of Richmond officials. Nearly 14,000 passengers rode the Richmond Ferry in the first month of service, averaging 636...
East Brother Beer to hold 2nd Annual Summer Classic this Sunday

East Brother Beer Co. to host fundraiser for Richmond Promise

Grabbing a pint at East Brother Beer Co. in Richmond on Wednesday will help support a program that is making college financially attainable for all Richmond and North Richmond youth. The brewery at 1001 Canal...
San Pablo Library seminar aims to curtail increase in scams on seniors

Learn how 2018 tax reform might change how you file

Community members are invited to attend a free seminar today at San Pablo Library where you will learn how the 2018 tax reform may change how you file taxes. The event by Travis Credit Union...

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San Pablo Cowboys Youth Association registration opens

"The boys are back in town," says Athletic Director Andre Williams. The San Pablo Cowboys Youth Association on Monday announced it has begun the registration...
Chocolate maker plans to relocate from Oakland to Richmond

Chocolate maker plans to relocate from Oakland to Richmond

By Kathy Chouteau If an East Bay chocolate company’s sweet deal goes through, it plans to move to Richmond this summer. Corocao Confections—an Oakland-based chocolate manufacturing...

A community guide to understanding refinery flares

We recognize that the community is concerned with flaring and the noise and visual effects it may create. We have created this guide, with...