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'Modular centres' not ready at three Richmond schools

At least five modular learning centres, popularly called portables, werent ready for students as doors opened for the first day of school yesterday.

City of Richmond's finances look good; $1.7 million surplus forecasted

The worlds economic woes continue to pile up, but the City of Richmonds finances looks positively favourable in comparison. The city published the results of its second quarter performance this week. And if all goes to plan between now and Dec.

Richmond's Lynne Dueck laces up for her 31st Terry Fox Run

Every September without fail, Richmonds Lynne Dueck laces up her runners and takes part in the Terry Fox Run. The 54-year-old avid runner even plans her life around the run its that important to her.

Chabad of Richmond to be transformed into factory

The Jewish community in Richmond will create a temporary factory to manufacture what is arguably the worlds oldest musical instrument. On Sunday, Sept.

Bring back the healthy habits

In just a few days, summer will be officially over for kids in Richmond. And the start of the new school year marks a good time to establish, or re-establish, healthy habits that will see kids of all ages flourish both physically and mentally.

District staff to police playgrounds during teachers' action

Student safety a top priority for school board as strike swings into first phase

'Life is so simple' for Richmond's latest $7-million lotto winner

After realizing he had won $7 million in a Lotto 6/49 draw three weeks ago, Eddie Uy didnt do what many big lottery winners might.

Sports cars worth $2 million impounded from Richmond teenagers amid suspected street racing

RCMP have more than $2 million worth of luxury vehicles in their possession after busting more than a dozen young drivers many from Richmond for speeding and dangerous driving Wednesday.

Protect your baby from injury

America's leading pediatricians' group says that a year old is too soon to switch toddlers from rearfacing to forward-facing car seats.

RCMP take to the water

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) Steveston office donated a rigid hull inflatable boat to the Richmond RCMP, which will be docked in Steveston.