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UPDATE: Man gunned down in broad daylight had conviction linked to gangland murder in Richmond

UPDATE: Man gunned down in broad daylight had conviction linked to gangland murder in Richmond

The man shot to death in broad daylight in a quiet residential street was once convicted in connection to a 2003 gangland murder in Richmond.
Richmond elementary students en route to global finals

Richmond elementary students en route to global finals

Students of James McKinney elementary have been invited to represent B.C. at a world critical thinking skills contest in the U.S.

Man gunned down in residential Richmond was known to police

The man found shot to death and slumped against a wall in a quiet residential neighbourhood on Wednesday afternoon has been identified and is known to police. Police had raced to the scene after residents reported shots fired around 1:10 p.m.

Murder befalls the Steveston Seafood House

Murder will soon be served on the carte du jour at the Steveston Seafood House. It seems that a wealthy, washed up Hollywood star will suddenly find out that her young lover/agent has been murdered.

Earth Day fever takes over Richmond

This Sunday, citizens and corporations around the world will commemorate Earth Day by promoting environmental protection and sustainability.
Remembering two colourful Richmondites

Remembering two colourful Richmondites

Mary Gazetas, 68, and Archie Whalen, 62, passed away last week

Drug-addled killer gets 12 years

A man who may have been suffering from a methamphetamines-induced psychosis in January 2008, when he strangled to death a Richmond woman, has been sentenced to 12 years in jail.

Richmond News team awarded gold for Arts alive edition

The Richmond News editorial team was lauded Saturday night at B.C. Yukon Community Newspaper Association's Ma Murray Awards, where it took first place in the Art and Culture Writing category.

Career expo launches at Richmond elementary schools

Plan for global entertainment district is in the works

New Post to help serve Far East

Canada Post's new $200-million processing plant on Sea Island looks set to play an integral role in the country's e-commerce drive.