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Rich City Studios celebrates six years with music, food and art

Rich City Studios celebrates six years with music, food and art

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By Kathy Chouteau Rich City Studios is celebrating its sixth anniversary with a celebration Sunday, June 9 at 2 p.m. at the Prop Shop Venue in Richmond. The celebration will include an afternoon of tacos, networking...
East Richmond Heights festival appeals for artists, musicians and more

East Richmond Heights festival appeals for artists, vendors

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By Kathy Chouteau Organizers of the East Richmond Heights Art & Music Festival are calling out for local artists, musicians, performers, food vendors and volunteers to sign up for the annual event. The annual neighborhood celebration...
AC Transit to adjust 74 line to match Richmond ferry schedule

AC Transit to adjust 74 Line to match Richmond ferry schedule

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Starting June 16, AC Transit will make minor scheduling changes on all trips on its 74 bus line to match the Richmond Ferry schedule. It's among a number of minor route changes anticipated June 16. Here...
Church plans new, larger center at 4555 Hilltop Drive

Richmond church’s plans to build new, larger center approved

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By Mike Kinney The Richmond Planning Commission on Thursday unanimously approved a request for a conditional use permit to demolish and rebuild the old Bay Hills Church center at 4555 Hilltop Drive. Bay Hills Church is...
Multicultural Institute supports immigrant workers in Richmond

Multicultural Institute supports immigrant workers in Richmond

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By Mike Kinney Mirna Cervantes, executive director of the Multicultural Institute in Richmond, is on a mission to make community members aware of her organization's important and free services. The Multicultural Institute was founded in 1991...
County portal enables you to schedule your own traffic court arraignments

County allows you to schedule your own traffic court arraignments online

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Starting today, you can schedule your own arraignments at traffic court and view copies of your citations using the Defendant Portal within the Contra Costa Superior Court's Traffic Public Portal. Additional information concerning the Court’s...
New trail signage coming to El Cerrito Hillside Natural Area

New trail signage coming to El Cerrito Hillside Natural Area

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New trail signage will be installed in the El Cerrito Hillside Natural Area (HNA) as part of a project to enhance wayfinding and the visitor experience in the picturesque area. The project will install gateway...
Vegan Pop-Up Market summons crowds to ‘eat for the animals’

Vegan Pop-Up Market summons crowds to ‘eat for the animals’

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By Kathy Chouteau A “Vegan Pop-Up Market” will sprout up Sunday, June 23 from noon to 5 p.m. at Exit Now, 3223 Pierce St. in Richmond. Hot off the success of the Vegan Vibes pop-up at...
Athletes to see improvements on three Richmond fields

Athletes to see improvements on three Richmond fields

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The restroom at Martin Luther King Jr. Park will soon be renovated. Meanwhile, Wendell Park will soon see improvements to its grass multi-purpose field, irrigation system, back stop, seating and park lighting. A new...
Richmond Art Center unveils summer exhibitions

Richmond Art Center unveils summer exhibitions

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By Kathy Chouteau The Richmond Art Center (RAC) is gearing for a duo of exhibitions this summer including The View from Here and the Richmond Open Studios Preview Exhibition from July 3 through Aug. 17. A joint...

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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...
Annual BBQ to help prep kids for next school year

Come-Unity BBQ to help prep kids for next school year

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By Kathy Chouteau House of Loving Hands, a Richmond nonprofit that assists victims of domestic abuse with hope, safety and resources, is hosting its fourth...
Citi Foundation awards Richmond-based Rubicon $1M grant

Citi Foundation awards Richmond-based Rubicon $1M grant

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Rubicon Programs was recently awarded a $1 million grant from Citi Foundation, which over the next three years will significantly support the Richmond-based nonprofit's efforts...