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Ninja warrior-style fitness facility opens in Richmond

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A ninja warrior-style fitness facility had a stealth-like opening in Richmond last month. But this weekend, Traverse Fitnes will make itself known, as the community is invited to a free open house Dec. 7-8 at...
East Bay Soldiers launch fundraiser for family of slain teen

East Bay Soldiers launch fundraiser for family of slain teen

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The East Bay Soldiers basketball program has launched a fundraiser to support the family of  17-year-old Jammarrei'a Frazier, a promising athlete whose life was cut short in a fatal shooting in front of a...

Donations requested for Christmas in the Park Homeless Holiday Celebration

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For the 13th year, San Pablo Rotary Club will serve a hot holiday dinner to 250 local homeless individuals. The event will take place on Dec. 21 at Brookside Adult Shelter & Calli House Youth...
Richmond Metro By T-Mobile to host annual toy giveaway

Richmond MetroPCS dealer holding ‘aggressive’ Black Friday deals

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Ehab Taha, the owner of the a Richmond MetroPCS dealer holds popular holiday events every year, has announced what he called "the most aggressive promotions" for Black Friday. Customers are offered these three cellphone models...

Gratitude abounds on Richmond’s 23rd Street corridor

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By Mike Kinney The spirit of gratitude and giving permeated the 23rd Street corridor Thursday. After 150 bags filled with groceries were assembled on the corridor for distribution to day laborers at the Home Depot near...
GRIP seeks volunteers to help prep 800 meals daily for County's homeless

Menbe’s Annual Day of Giving set for GRIP

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Almost 500 people are expected to be served free Thanksgiving feasts at Menbe's Annual Day of Giving, which will take place Thanksgiving Day at the Greater Richmond Interfaith Program (GRIP) center in Richmond. Service starts...

Richmond’s collaborative effort to monitor its air

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What’s really in the air in Richmond and San Pablo? With help from over 100 new air monitors strategically being installed across Richmond – along with a mobile unit that tests for emissions while on...

Hundreds get ‘boxes of hope’ at Bay Area Rescue Mission

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Thirty-seven years ago, John Anderson was a homeless cocaine addict in San Diego weighing just 130 pounds, and set to die young. He wandered into a rescue mission very much like the Richmond-based Bay...

San Pablo Cowboys cheer squads qualify for national tournament

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This group of local girls have given their hometown a reason to cheer. The San Pablo Cowboys Division 8 & 10 Cheer Squad qualified  for the American Youth Football and Cheer National Championship competition in...

How to contribute to Richmond Fire & Police Holiday Program

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Here's how you can help! The Richmond police and fire departments are calling for the community's assistance in donating to the 33rd Annual Richmond Fire & Police Holiday Program. The program provides toys, bicycles and food...

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Richmond makes progress on one of its largest community murals

Richmond makes progress on one of its largest community murals

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By Kathy Chouteau Progress is being made to one of the largest community murals in Richmond history, but a little more help is needed from...
Man attacks, chases employee at Pinole police building

Man attacks, chases employee in Pinole police building

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An employee at the Pinole Public Safety Building suffered minor injuries when she was attacked and chased by a man at the front counter...
Richmond Promise launches fund to sustain and grow support for students

Richmond Promise launches fund to sustain and grow support for students

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Richmond Promise, which provides college scholarships and guidance to hundreds of high school graduates from Richmond and North Richmond every year, recently announced the...