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Parade of Lights sails down the Fraser

The Richmond Yacht Club presents their annual Parade of Lights. Brightly decorated vessels will be on parade on the Fraser River between the Dinsmore Bridge and Cambie Road from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on the evenings of Saturday, Dec. 17 and Sunday, Dec.

Conman claims to raise cash for Scouts Canada

The public is being warned to be wary of a well-dressed door-to-door salesman, purporting to be raising money for the Scouts.

More utility rate spikes on way

Richmond residents will be digging deeper into their tax pockets next year, with rates for water, sewer, garbage and recycling set to rise.

Take a break from turkey with moussaka

Bill (Vassillis) Lymberopoulos is a well-known figure in Richmond's hospitality industry. For decades, he has owned and run a number of restaurants, including Monterey Greek Taverna.

Time to start dreaming of a green Christmas

According to a recent Ipsos Reid survey commissioned by Waste Management looking at Canadians environmental behaviours during the holidays, British Columbia is among the leaders in holiday sustainability.

Steveston pedestrian scramble opens

Mayor Malcolm Brodie was at the official launch of the new pedestrian scramble at No. 1 Road and Moncton Street in Steveston Village Thursday morning.

Richmond Food Bank gave new immigrant hope

Carla once used the food bank and now owns a salon with 10 employees

Former beauty queen's Stanley Cup riot case put off

The former beauty queen contestant charged with taking part in the Stanley Cup riot has had her case adjourned.

Man, 45, charged in connection with teen deaths

Charges have been laid against a man in connection with the death of two young girls after a Richmond house party. Martin Tremblay, 45, is accused of criminal negligence and causing the death of Martha Jackson, 17, and her friend, Kayla Lalonde, 16.

Spirit of Christmas giving shines in Richmond

As early as the beginning of November, before Dec. 25 appeared on most folks radars, a Richmond Mountie was already plotting a Christmas campaign. Having recognized the shortage of food supplies at local food banks, Sgt.