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Good gardens = good neighbours

Riding my bike down Westminster Highway to the Sharing Farm at Terra Nova for the garlic festival on 14 August, I passed Gibbons Drive.

Richmond AIDS society a lifeline to new mom

Angela, 28, is a former prostitute and drug addict who gets weekly help from the Heart of Richmond AIDS Society. She credits the nonprofit organization for being a lifeline for her and her 11-month-old daughter.

Municipal matters

Get studying, do your election homework

Steel Magnolias stays strong after 22 years

What female baby boomer can forget Steel Magnolias, the blockbuster 1989 movie about the heartwarming friendship between six strong Southern ladies? Or the cemetery scene when Sally Fields, who played the mother of the dying Shelby Eatenton (Julia Ro

Coast serves up a snowshoeing ace

When I learned I'd be snowshoeing for the first time, it'd be fair to say I was struggling to delve deep into my shallow well of knowledge of this odd winter pastime.

Mayor stands TransLink ground

Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie won't back property tax hikes to help fund TransLink's $1.4-billion "Moving Forward" plan.

Reaching out to connect with the city's homeless

Community rallies for annual event, aims to help, heal

Bride's kidney begins to fail

Kelsey Jordan has a lot to live for, with her one-year wedding anniversary to her British husband coming up this Thanksgiving weekend.

Name and shame street-racers' parents: Richmond-based road-safety program director

The latest street-racing incident down Highway 99 involving millions of dollars worth of sports cars allegedly driven by Richmond teenagers proves that driver education is needed more than ever.

Richmond residents asked to chip in on provincial budget

Richmond residents are being asked to provide input on the 2012/13 provincial budget when the B.C. governments select standing committee on finance holds its public consultation on Friday, Oct. 14. The finance committee is gathering ideas from the B.
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