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Getting in the face of drivers

A pilot program to calm speeding traffic in Richmond will see two signs popping up where drivers can't, and shouldn't, miss them - right in the middle of the road. The City of Richmond has teamed up with local resident Ken Thibault, who is the B.C.

Bountiful strawberry season expected

They are big, red, juicy, full of flavour, and about a week or two early.

Cathcart's four medals leads way for Wildcats

McMath Wildcats' young up-and-coming talent was on full display again at last weekend's B.C. Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships in Langley.

Dog treats not for sharing

For all you dog owners, the lesson of this story is, never introduce a few treats to a pack of dogs. Rarely does anything good come of this. Just ask 11 year-old Sheltie, Sean, and his master Sandra Gracie, a resident of Steveston.

A vintage year

Richmond High grads relive magical memories - at their 60th reunion! See Friday Feature pages 10 & 11

Rally held in support of killed local woman, and 7 others

A rash of domestic violence cases against women, including the death of a Richmond mother, has led to women's groups sounding an alarm for what they call a systemic failure to address male-on-female violence within the criminal justice system.
Getting in the face of Richmond drivers

Getting in the face of Richmond drivers

A local resident spotted something in Montreal which he thinks will help slow down our city's speeding motorists near crosswalks
Huge drug bust not so huge after all, but still results in conviction of Richmond man

Huge drug bust not so huge after all, but still results in conviction of Richmond man

A Richmond man pleaded guilty Wednesday to trafficking in cocaine and possession of a restricted firearm in connection with a drug bust that was not as big as police initially believed it to be.

Earthquake 'high risk' at schools

Fourteen schools in the Richmond School District are at high risk of serious damage during an earthquake, according to the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists as stated in a recent report to Richmond's Board of Education.

Science meets magic at KPU

Kwantlen Polytechnic University is playing with fire - while serving tea, offering tours, giving Chinese calligraphy lessons, operating robots and a host of other activities at its Richmond campus this Saturday, June 7.