On Friday, March 17, staffers from KaBOOM! and Target gathered with members of the community to build a park for Richmond in one day. KaBOOM! is a nonprofit that provides new playgrounds and park equipment...
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More than 70 East Bay residents attended this weekend’s Citizenship Workshop held at Richmond’s Catholic Charities.
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Tagged Catholic Charities, citizenship, citizenship workshop, civic engagement, East Bay, residents, richmond, voting
Plans to build a bike/pedestrian path on the west span of the Bay Bridge—connecting San Francisco, Treasure Island and Oakland—are moving full-speed ahead.
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Tagged Arup, Bay Area Toll Authority, Bay Bridge, bike path, commute, Construction, East Bay, Oakland, pedestrian path, San Francisco, Treasure Island, Yerba Buena Island
Point Isabel has become a very popular dog park in Richmond. People and dogs had made Mudpuppy’s and the Sit and Stay Café part of their experience at the park.
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Tagged bicycling, bird watching, Claudio Eleccion, Cynthia Sloan, Daniel Bergerac, Diane Blake, dog wash, dogs, East Bay, East Bay Regional Park District, Eddie Lundeen, fishing, Holly Stockton, Jay Villamor, jogging, kite flying and picnicking, Lake Anza Beach Club, mobile modular, Mudpuppy’s, Mudpuppy’s Tub and Scrub, off-leash, pet store, Point Isabel Park, running, Simone Granada, Sit and Stay Café, Tameka Beaudreaux, Todd Ahlberg