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Richmond breweries keep beer flowing during shelter-at-home order

Richmond breweries keep beer flowing during shelter-at-home order

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By Kathy Chouteau Although COVID-19 may have forced the temporary closure of many local businesses, Richmond’s breweries have found a way to keep the beer flowing to customers. Richmond’s East Brother Beer Co. is offering its...
Planet Fitness invites high school students to work out for free this summer

Planet Fitness freezes all memberships during COVID-19 lockdown

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Planet Fitness has proactively frozen all memberships and will not charge members during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. "You will not be charged any fees during this time," the company announced. "Unfortunately, the timing of mandates...
AC Transit service changes effective Dec. 3

AC Transit nixes fares, implements rear-door boarding

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AC Transit is providing free bus service and allowing only rear door boarding during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown, effective today. The transit agency says it is committed to continuing to provide regular service, except for...
Annie's Annuals to host 'Native Plant Extravaganza Day'

Annie’s Annuals & Perennials a safe, springtime escape

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By Kathy Chouteau Just in time for spring, Richmond’s Annie’s Annuals & Perennials has announced it remains open during California’s shelter-at-home order. The 2.5 acre plant nursery is open to customers from 9 a.m. to...

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‘Drive-Up Dinner for a Cause’ to support youth club

‘Drive-Up Dinner for a Cause’ to support youth club

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By Kathy Chouteau It’s an opportunity to take the night off from cooking dinner while supporting a great local cause—and all you have to do...
Casablanca cruises into the Red Oak Victory’s theatre Thursday

Casablanca cruising into the Red Oak Victory theatre

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By Kathy Chouteau While most classic movie buffs will have seen the film “Casablanca,” the Red Oak Victory ship in Richmond is ready to “play...
Embezzler agrees to get job, pay back what she stole, or go to prison

Embezzler agrees to get job, pay back what she stole, or go to prison

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A 53-year-old former accountant charged with embezzling over $900,000 from her employer, a Richmond paver company, had her 10-year prison term suspended for three...