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Richmond Library holds Chinese book fair

Richmond Public Library is partnering with Xinhua Bookstore to hold its first-ever free, drop-in Chinese Book Fair July 21-25 at the Brighouse (Main) Branch.

Richmond's Clevest wins BC Hydro's smart meter contract

The Richmond-based high-tech company Clevest Solutions along with Bit Stew Systems, has been chosen by BC Hydro to support its $930 million smart meter installation program. Earlier this month, Hydro commenced an 18-month program to install 1.

A symphony of sculptures by Vancouver artist Jeannette Lee

What started as a need for a new sign at Richmond Nature Park spawned a two-year community project that brought together 78 elementary school students, four teachers, an artist and many city staff and local businesses.

Mosquito breeding grounds from Hope to Richmond

Outdoor revellers beware: the number of nuisance mosquitoes is skyrocketing this year and youd best cover up when catching fresh air.

Brief history of everything Steveston

In the fishing village of Steveston, history lives just around each corner.

Richmond Pink Ribbon Golf Tournament Raises $9,750

Earlier today, Malee Rubinstein and Brian White, co-chairs for the Pink Ball Tournament at Richmond Country Club presented a cheque for $9,750 to the Richmond Hospital Foundation.

Quote of the Week

"Does that mean south-east Richmond is targeted? Probably." -- Richmond RCMP Inspector Janis Gray on why the area is on a list of the top 10 highest drunk driving prohibitions in the province.

Reaching out to South Asian community

After a decade of teaching youth-at-risk in an alternative school in Coquitlam, Richmond's Rupi Gill decided to go back to school herself. "I taught at the Coquitlam Alternative Basic Education (C.A.B.E.

Sockeye spin cancelled

It's disappointing for cyclists and Steveston: director

Community rallies behind little plot of paradise

Two months ago a barren triangle of land lay behind some houses and across from an elementary school. Today, that land is better described as a little plot of paradise, abundant with assorted fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers.
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