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Scratching the surface of Richmond teen's scars

Richmonds Nicholas Morin rolls up his sleeves and shows off his battle wounds. The Grade 12 McNeill students arm is a road map of needle tracks from years spent on kidney dialysis.

Richmond RCMP set to open the doors to new detachment

Richmond RCMP will move into its new home next week the Richmond Community Safety Building. The building, just south of the No. 5 Road and Steveston Highway intersection, will open its doors to the public on Saturday, Oct. 1.

Walking the Wall for Chinese kids

More than 200 students and staff from Richmond Christian School Middle Campus will walk six kilometres of the West Dyke Trail on Friday as part of Walk the Wall 2011, an international walkathon event raising money for abandoned and disabled children

Great little company thinks 'inside' the box

A Richmond company has come to the "rescue" of a local wildlife organization - with the donation of 50 boxes.

Coke rolls out the barrels

The City of Richmond is getting 25 rain barrels from Coca Cola in support of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup.

City's water program hailed as success

Richmond continues to enjoy high-quality water, thanks to the Drinking Water Quality Monitoring Program, according to the city. In 2010, the city increased the number of water quality monitoring stations from 31 to 39.

Findlay addresses House on crime

Richmond MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay will be speaking in the House of Commons today (Wednesday) detailing the Tories' new comprehensive crime bill.

Grab a slice of culture

Canada's coast to coast celebration of arts and culture returns to Richmond next week. The three-day event - from Sept. 30 to Oct.

Artists paint for the Prix

Last Saturday, under an umbrella of rain, the second annual Steveston Grand Prix of Art was heralded in by one long blast of an air-horn. Then, 65 artists from across B.C.

Richmond moms having kids later

More than 18 per cent of births are now to women aged 35-39