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Directors squabble over showcase

Mayor Brodie not happy about Terra Nova Park snub

Miss Teen Richmond fundraises for Free the Children at Boston Pizza

Miss Teen Richmond World 2013, Danica Tan, is fundraising and looking for sponsors to cover her trip to Nationals. Shell be hosting an event with the help of Boston Pizza on March 25.

Council backs away from Chinese only signage debate

Councillor reluctant to become like a 'language police' by contemplating new bylaw

Writing fantasy was fate for Richmond author

A self described incurable fantasy junkie, local author T. Rae Mitchell will be at Chapters this Friday, March 22 to promote her new book Fates Fables.

Chinese-Canadians call for more English in Richmond

Top Asian community figures think signs change would help

Tasty vendors set to arrive on Richmond streets

A stroll around one of the citys busiest intersections could spark a mini shopping spree for pedestrians starting later this spring.

Stanley Cup rioter from Richmond back in court

The first Stanley Cup rioter to go to trial for breaching sentence conditions had been pulled over at a Vancouver police roadside check by chance, her trial heard Friday.
Young fencers en garde at Richmond Olympic Oval

Young fencers en garde at Richmond Olympic Oval

With a father as one of the top fencing coaches in the country, one would think Igor Gantsevich's foray into the field would be as easy as following in his dad's footsteps.

Directors squabble over how to promote home turf

Visiting municipal delegates will tour examples of farming, urban growth and utilities

Confiscating phones problematic

Despite the use of cellphones while driving continuing to be a scourge on the roads of Richmond and beyond, the city's top cop isn't comfortable with the prospect of confiscating devices.