You are cordially invited to attend this joint event sponsored by the Norcal 8(a) Association and US Pan Asian Chamber of Commerce – Western Region Chapter. Two hot topics will be presented and discussed by experts in the field.
Richmond Police joins the “One Text or Call Could Wreck It All” Campaign to educate area drivers about distracted driving
In an effort to make our roads safer, the Richmond Police Department announced today that they have joined the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s “One Text or Call Could Wreck It All” campaign to stop distracted driving.
The Richmond Chamber will be offering another Membership Orientation on Wednesday, July 18th! If you haven’t attended one of these presentations, please consider signing up to attend. This is a free presentation offered by the Chamber to learn more about your membership and the benefits you are entitled to.
Posted on The Richmond Police Department Facebook page, July 2, 2012 Celebratory gunfire remains a problem in many cities, particularly over the Independence Day Holiday. The sad reality is that the reckless discharge of a firearm can often have tragic results
Article by Josh Genser, Genser & Watkins, Attorneys-at-Law Mike Parker of the Richmond Progressive Alliance wrote, in a past newsletter, the following editorial: “Chaos at Council Meetings; Who is responsible for the chaos and disruption of City Council meetings?
Register now for the Breakfast for Business next Wednesday, June 27th at the Richmond Courtyard by Marriott. We welcome John Strohmeier, Account Executive for the Contra Costa Marketplace Magazine, who will be speaking on “Advertising with Impact: Old Media/New Media.”
WriterCoach Connection brings teams of trained volunteers into public middle school and high school English classes to bring one-on-one help to students on their classroom writing assignments. It’s 530 coaches serve 12 school sites in El Cerrito, Albany, Oakland, and Berkeley. Richmond High is excited about launching the program this...