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Another Richmond rioter charged

A 26-year-old man has become the latest Richmondite to face charges of taking part in last years infamous Stanley Cup riot. Reneil Anand Kumar was formally charged Thursday with participating in a riot and mischief.

Charities, nonprofits receive city money

A total of 29 charities and nonprofits slid forward their annual begging bowls to the city to the tune of $855,471.

Farmland under increased pressure

Threats against Metro Vancouver's agricultural land reserve are growing, with winery restaurants joining mega homes, truck parking and port expansion on the list of potential pressures.

Survey aims to get to root of Richmond's health issues

Apparently, were not as healthy as we think in Richmond.

Falcon tells Richmond Chamber market confidence is key

It's all about confidence, and the markets have confidence in B.C. - so you should too. This was the key message in Kevin Falcon's speech to the Richmond Chamber of Commerce Friday morning.

Experience Japan at museum

A taste of Japan awaits young and old this weekend at the Richmond Museum. The museum is hosting an afternoon of fun and discovery for all ages, called Experience Japan Day on Saturday, Feb. 25, from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.

Knights of Columbus descend on city

The 101st Knights of Columbus B.C. and Yukon State Convention is coming to Richmond and registration is now open.

Flamingo Row sings its swan song

Flamingo Row owner Wendy Anthony never set out to open a womens fashion boutique.The year was 1987. At the time, Anthony was working part-time at Mirage, a womens clothing store in Richmond.

Richmond charities, non-profits get city cash

A total of 29 charities and non-profits slid forward their respective annual begging bowls to the City of Richmond to the tune of $855,471.

Officer's trial ends, verdict a month away

Monty Robinson's lawyer claims 'rational reason' for client leaving scene