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Richmond, California is located in Contra Costa County. Zip codes in Richmond, CA include 94807, 94802, and 94808. The median home price in Richmond is $330,000 which is roughly $260/per square foot. More Richmond information.

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9 min ago | Mercury-Register

Looking back on Oroville and Butte County's heroes: Oroville man...

Private John F. Voos is back in training in Australia following four weeks in the hospital with an attack of influenza, according to word received here by friends.

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4 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

Berlin to Broadway Opens Tonight at Masquers Playhouse

Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill , a revue celebrating the life and work of Kurt Weill , opens tonight, August 22 at Masquers Playhouse in Point Richmond.

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8 hrs ago | San Francisco Chronicle

Chevron pouring money into Richmond election

The biggest political campaign war chest in Richmond doesn't belong to a candidate, it belongs to a corporation that hopes to steer the city's November municipal election in its favor.

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9 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times

Richmond shooting leaves man critically wounded

The 24-year-old Richmond resident was shot multiple times in the upper body about 5 p.m. near Barrett Avenue and Marina Way, police spokesman Sgt.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

Contra Costa Times

Richmond: RPAL invites community to join the Be a Mentor Blitz event

Meet representatives of community organizations and learn how you can have a role guiding the future of young people at the Be a Mentor Blitz, a free family event from 2 to 5 p.m. Aug. 30 at the Richmond Police Acitivities League building, 2200 Macdonald Ave. Along with RPAL, participating organizations will include Girls Inc., Youth Enrichment ... (more)

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Daily Kos

Progressive Leaders Urge Support for Eugene Puryear

We all know that this country's politics are in the grip of big-money corporate donors seeking the continued dominance of the 1% over the 99%.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Contra Costa Times

Chris Treadway: Program will look at origins of regional parks district

The notion of preserving open space in the hills above Oakland and Berkeley dates back to early in the 20th century.

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Contra Costa Times

Chevron money already influencing Richmond mayoral race

A councilman for nearly two decades and arguably the most powerful and popular man in the affluent Point Richmond neighborhood -- a local eatery has a sandwich named after him -- Tom Butt is not accustomed to playing the role of underdog.

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CBS Local

Police Credit Operation Ceasefire For Record Low Violent Crime Rates In Richmond

Richmond is on track for another year of record low crime rates. It's a significant step for a city once plagued with crime using a strategy that's turned into a Bay Area success story.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Vallejo Times-Herald

New Vallejo High School principal excited about her job

New Vallejo High School principal Roxanne Brown-Garcia shows an enthusiasm for the academy-based education model at Vallejo High School, and a certainty about her ability to increase the educational competence of all of her students.

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Contra Costa Times

Richmond: Explore adult school classes at open house

School is back in for adults as well as the young. Learn about classes being offered at the new West Contra Costa Adult Education session at the annual open house from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 23 at the Serra Campus, 6028 Ralston Ave. in Richmond.

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San Francisco Bay View

Richmond unites to fight hospital closure by filing federal lawsuit...

Civil rights attorney Pamela Y. Price announced today that her firm has been retained by the DMC Closure Aversion Committee to take legal action to stop the closure of DMC, Doctor's Medical Center.

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East Bay Express

Waste Management Sues Oakland Over Garbage Contract Fight

The dirty fight for Oakland's trash just got a lot messier. Waste Management, the Texas-based corporation that currently collects the city's trash, filed a lawsuit this morning against the City of Oakland, weeks after the City Council awarded the entire $1 billion waste contract to a different company, California Waste Solutions .

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

San Francisco Bay View

Richmond unites to fight hospital closure by filing federal lawsuit...

Civil rights attorney Pamela Y. Price announced today that her firm has been retained by the DMC Closure Aversion Committee to take legal action to stop the closure of DMC, Doctor's Medical Center.

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East Bay Express

Waste Management Sues Oakland Over Garbage Contract Fight

The dirty fight for Oakland's trash just got a lot messier. Waste Management, the Texas-based corporation that currently collects the city's trash, filed a lawsuit this morning against the City of Oakland, weeks after the City Council awarded the entire $1 billion waste contract to a different company, California Waste Solutions .

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Sat Aug 16, 2014

Examiner.com

Great food ideas in the Bay Area for date night

The Bay Area has some of the best food you can find. The options are endless when it comes to the kind of food you can find and the prices.

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Fri Aug 15, 2014

KRON 4

Dog Rescued After Getting Stuck In Sewage Water Plant Vault

A dog was rescued from a sewage water treatment plant in North Richmond this morning after a worker spotted it stuck in a vault, fire officials said.

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Contra Costa Times

Kaiser Permanente: Diversion of emergency ambulances burdens its Richmond emergency department

Kaiser Permanente warned Friday that the diversion of emergency ambulance traffic from Doctors Medical Center that started last week is burdening its Richmond emergency department and threatens to compromise patient care.

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Contra Costa Times

Kaiser Permanente: Diversion of emergency ambulances burdening its Richmond emergency department

Kaiser Permanente warned Friday that the diversion of emergency ambulance traffic from Doctors Medical Center that started last week is burdening its Richmond emergency department and threatens to compromise patient care.

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Thu Aug 14, 2014

Inside Bay Area

Antioch decides not to raise minimum wage

After looking this week at raising its minimum wage above the state and federal levels, the city passed on the idea.

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