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Video: Grade 7 students create YouTube video for penny drive

Grade 7 leadership students at Archibald Blair elementary have created their own YouTube video to promote their penny drive called We Create Change; a campaign from Free the Children.

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Artist performs to raise funds for youth society

The twinkle in his eye and the excitement in his voice that occur when Richmond artist and composer Raymond Chow speaks about art or music makes it hard to believe he's 71 years old. "I started piano when I was five, started painting at six.

Popular Gold's gym closes

A popular gym closed its doors after giving staff less than 12 hours notice. More than 1,000 customers are understood to be locked out of Gold's gym at Riverport's entertainment and leisure complex in southeast Richmond.

Mayor joins forces with kids to promote reading

It might be a challenge to silence a room filled with energetic elementary school students, but Mayor Malcolm Brodie succeeded, needing nothing more than a story.

Have a tax loss selling strategy

Develop a strategy for tax loss selling now to reap dividends later. Tax loss selling typically occurs in the first half of December and often results in bumpy markets.

Diamond delivers double bill

This Saturday, get ready for a double Diamond musical performance. Veteran children's musician Charlotte Diamond returns to the stage at Lansdowne Centre for her Family Holiday Delight Concert.

Red Nose counts on volunteers

With the holiday season around the corner, it's almost time for those bottles of tasty champagne and cozy dinner parties.

Developmental disabilities exacerbate mental illness

Richmondite organizes panel of people to talk about their dual diagnosis

A Richmond family affair featured at Fair Trade Fair

Andrea Hidalgo is not joking when she says her company Camiro Folklore, a Richmond-based company selling hand-made Latin American crafts and clothing, is family-run.