Richmond Women Mean Business

By Keisa Reynolds | Richmond Pulse After dreaming at a young age of opening a local business, longtime resident Liz Gonzalez finally opened Ritzy Reuben, a hair and beauty studio in Point Richmond. “It’s very rewarding to open a business in the city I grew up in. I am [trying] to...

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Richmond Magazine 2015-16 is HERE!

The Richmond Chamber Membership Directory is a printed magazine that is published and distributed to our members every two years. The Member Directory contains full color ads, articles and directory information for our member businesses. Contact the chamber office at 510-234-3512 for your copy today or click the link below...

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Richmond Main Street Farmers’ Market Every Wednesday

The Richmond Main Street Farmers’ Market is in full swing! Come Downtown on Wednesdays, now through November 18th, from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM at the Nevin Plaza (Nevin Ave at 13th Street) for a fantastic selection of fresh seasonal fruits and veggies, artisan vendors, baked goods and treats, food...

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AC Transit’s Board of Directors Appoints New General Manager

Michael A. Hursh Takes Helm September 21st After an extensive search, Michael Hursh has been appointed as the new General Manager for AC Transit by the agency’s Board of Directors. Hursh, a Bay Area transit executive with over 20 years of public service experience, will succeed Kathleen Kelly who retired from...

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Rosie Rally at the Rosie the Riveter Memorial in Marina Park

CLICK HERE FOR FLYER DOWNLOAD For Immediate Release: July 23, 2015 Contacts: Elizabeth Tucker, 510-232-5050 x 6624, elizabeth_tucker@nps.gov or Allison Joyce, 510-232-5050 ext. 6632, allison_joyce@partner.nps.gov Event Date: August 15, 2015 1-3 pm   Come Join Us! The National Park Service, in coordination with Rosie the Riveter Trust, City of Richmond, and Richmond...

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Lunch in the Library; A summer program to fight hunger

E-Update by Supervisor John Gioia: Innovative summer program: books & lunch for kids! Schools-library partnership helps fight summer hunger I’ve written a lot about summer learning loss for kids who don’t have engaging activities during vacation, but some children may also be vulnerable to summer hunger or nutritional loss, without regular...

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YES featured on KTVU channel 2!

Published June 9th, 2015 Greetings! Exciting news! YES was spotlighted with summer camper, Louissa, this past weekend on KTVU Channel 2’s Bay Area People program.  Louissa shared her enthusiasm about her upcoming journey to summer camp and how YES’s year-round camp and community experiences are setting her, and other Richmond...

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