Monday, September 23, 2019

Richmond

Armistice Brewing Company plans to expand taproom, beer garden

Richmond brewery gets cease-and-desist order from British baking legend Mary Berry

The agency representing Mary Berry, former legendary host of the British show “The Great Holiday Bake Off,” was reportedly none-too-happy that a Richmond brewery used her name for one of its beers. As reported in SFGate,...
East Brother Beer to hold 2nd Annual Summer Classic this Sunday

East Brother Beer Co. wins gold at California Craft Brewers Cup

East Brother Beer Co. just won another big award for its beer. At the California Craft Brewers Cup in Long Beach, part of the California Craft Brewers Association’s annual conference, the Richmond-based brewery’s Bo Pils...

Harbour-8 Park improvements coming along

A ribbon-cutting ceremony for significant enhancements to Harbour-8 Park in Richmond’s Iron Triangle neighborhood is just weeks away. Today, the Standard drove past the developing park located on the Richmond Greenway at Harbour Way South,...

Chevron Richmond takes 150 community members to A’s game

The Richmond community was taken out to the ball game on Saturday, Sept. 7, part of an annual tradition that’s sponsored by Chevron Richmond in partnership with the Oakland Athletics. Chevron invited 150 community members,...
Richmond event to guide residents toward home ownership

Tenants’ opportunity to purchase ordinance pitched for Richmond

Two Richmond councilmembers are exploring a city ordinance that would require owners of rental units to offer their tenants the first opportunity to purchase the facility before it is demolished, discontinued or sold on...

Public invited to see final plans for Yellow Brick Road

Ten years in the making, final plans have been developed for the Yellow Brick Road Project in Richmond’s Iron Triangle neighborhood. The public is invited to learn more about the proposals this week. Every day...

North & East neighborhood’s picnic extravaganza

By Mike Kinney The Richmond event that has been in billed as a “free picnic extravaganza” again lived up to the description Saturday. Live performances, family-friendly activities, a free barbecue and a local nonprofit fair all...

RPAL mural shines in the spirit of collaboration

By Kathy Chouteau The Richmond Police Activities League (RPAL) on Friday unveiled a vibrant new mural on its building that bears testimony to the incredible spirit of collaboration among its creators. Named “Beyond Mentoring” and powered...

Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center workshops benefit local retailers

The Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center is offering a free, five-week Retail Business Series, which are weekly workshops aimed at helping local retailers get their businesses ready for the holidays. This is for any entrepreneur who has...
Half-mile of San Pablo Dam Road to close for El Sobrante Stroll

26th Annual El Sobrante Stroll set for Sunday

The 26th Annual El Sobrante Stroll is set to draw thousands to San Pablo Dam Road on Sunday, Sept. 15, with a parade beginning at 11 a.m., and the "Stroll" continuing through 4 p.m. The...

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WCWD announces four new executive hires

Four new executives were recently hired by West County Wastewater District (WCWD), which collects and treats wastewater,. The new hires, all of whom will start...

UPS seeks to expand, modernize Richmond distribution center

United Parcel Services (UPS) is looking to expand and modernize its distribution center at 1601 Atlas Road in Richmond. The Atlas Road site encompasses 63.3...