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Operation Red Nose kicked off 2011 campaign in Delta-Richmond

Operation Red Nose Delta-Richmond kicked off its 2011 campaign last weekend by driving more than 200 people home safely from holiday festivities.

Fishermen launch charity herring sale in Richmond

The province's commercial fishing community launches its first annual charity herring sale this weekend from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday (Dec. 3) and Sunday (Dec. 4), or until the herring sells out, in Richmond.

Become a Richmond Snow Angel

The City of Richmond is on the lookout for its annual army of Snow Angels to help the elderly and disabled this winter. As the colder weather starts to kick in, the city is asking volunteer organizations to become Snow Angels.

Richmond's most dangerous intersections get safety cameras

Nine new "intersection safety cameras" are now fully operational in Richmond. The cameras - installed as part of a program initiated by the provincial government, police and ICBC - have been rolling out across B.C. during the fall.

Richmond police officer honoured

Richmond RCMP's Sgt. Cam Kowalski was honoured for his contribution to ensuring safe and secure aviation planning during the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

Office parties make come back after lean years

When the economy took a nosedive back in 2008, companies found ways to cut back on expenses. One of the ways many businesses shrunk operating costs was to cancel the staff Christmas party.

Child poverty rate still too high in Richmond

Child poverty remains high in Richmond, but nobody knows why.

Pedestrian struck, killed during rain storm

Man, 31, crossed highway wearing dark clothes

New kids on the board

Where city council saw only two new faces this election Chak Au and Linda McPhail almost half of the Richmond school board looks different today than it did a week ago.