By Nancy DeVille
Richmond’s lowest paid workers will get a raise Jan. 1 when the city’s minimum wage jumps from $9 to $9.60 an hour.
The ordinance, which was approved by the Richmond City Council in June, includes increases over the next few years, to $11.52 in 2016, $12.30 in 2017 and $13 per hour […]Continue Reading →
By Nancy DeVille
When Matthew Schwartz moved to Richmond earlier this year, he noticed the city offered plenty of miles to bike, but no shop where he could take his bike parts and build a bicycle.
Buying a new bike didn’t quite fit into his budget, so he was forced to rely on public transportation.
[…]Continue Reading →
From the Pulse News Desk, Posted Dec 24, 2014
Richmond city offices will be closed during the holiday week beginning Wednesday, Dec. 24 and reopening on Friday, Jan. 2, 2015.
The closure includes city offices as well as the Richmond Public Library and Recreation facilities. The Richmond Plunge at 1 Garrard […]
By Sonya Mann
Here’s an exciting prospect: shop locally without having to leave your house. With Christmas less than two weeks away, consider buying presents that can support your community at the same time.
Etsy.com is a website where local artisans can sell handmade goods, and plenty of Richmond entrepreneurs have opened online shops through […]Continue Reading →
Nancy Deville, Richmond Pulse
A new weekly curbside service is helping Richmond businesses be a bit greener without the hassle.
Richmond Sanitary has launched a commercial food scrap collection program to pick up scraps from businesses in Richmond, San Pablo, El Sobrante, Pinole, Hercules and unincorporated West Contra Costa County. Under the program, businesses collect […]Continue Reading →
Review , Sonya Mann
When my little white Corolla starts rattling under the hood, I take it to Narasaki Automotive and Marine, off of Marina Way South in Richmond.
After I step into the small office to hand over my keys, I always say hello to Sparky. He’s the big shaggy dog who spends his […]Continue Reading →
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