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Richmond RCMP offer advice to help prevent theft from vehicles

Richmond RCMP is encouraging the community to help protect themselves from becoming victims of crime.

Severed gas line forces evacuation

An elderly woman drove into a townhouse in Richmond at about 6: 30 p.m. Sunday, severing a gas line and forcing the evacuation of several of the building's occupants, according to RCMP Insp. Al Ramey.

Get your twoonies out

Days of free parking in Steveston village are all but over

Cockroach findings prompt eatery closure

An invasion of cockroaches at Richmond's Golden Sea City Restaurant came to an unpleasant end during a health inspection last week. The restaurant, at 145-8360 Granville Ave.

Working beyond age 65

a trend on the rise; Freedom at 55 is becoming a distant memory as many seniors keep at their job because they can't afford to retire

Massive meth drug lab uncovered

Investigation that started in May led police to home on Gibbons Drive, arrest of five people

Raccoons attack dog

Residents wary about going for walks after dark

Developer heeds fire chief's advice

Remy boss follows Surrey on wooden building safety

Raccoons attack dog

The raccoons of southwest Richmond are at it again and this time it appears as if dogs are on the menu. Over the last few weeks, the News has reported how packs of raccoons have apparently been hunting, killing and even eating domestic cats.

Incinerator plan angers Fraser Valley; Airshed will be jeopardized if Metro Vancouver burns garbage: FVRD

Approval of a solid-waste management plan for Metro Vancouver Monday has raised the hackles of the Fraser Valley Regional District. The B.C. government gave the green light to the plan Monday.
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