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"Honda Field" to be built on

A formerly well-used grass soccer field in Richmond looks set to be paved over after 26 years. Known as Honda Field out at Highway 91 and Knight Street, the pitch was open to the public under an agreement struck by the city and the landowner.

Police tracking theft suspect

Mounties are looking for help in identifying a suspected credit card thief. On June 28, Richmond RCMP received a report from a resident that some mail had been stolen.

Child musical prodigy fundraises for hospital

A new Mozart has risen in Richmond, and his name is Spencer Tsai. The young violinist and pianist - a third grader at James Whiteside elementary - is sharing his musical talent with the community, hosting two concerts, featuring his own compositions.

RCMP hunt for missing senior

Police are asking for the public's help in tracking down a 74-year-old man who's been missing for almost six months. Walter Steeves, of Richmond, has gone missing for a few weeks or months in the past, but has always returned safe.

Martial arts transforms special needs group

Tailored program produces screams, smiles and karate kicks

Asian tongue the most common

Richmond has the highest proportion of people in Metro Vancouver speaking a "non-official" language as their mother tongue, according to the latest Census data released Wednesday.

Local band supports ALS Society

Indie-rock band Tough Lovers wants to win big - and give big. The band is grabbing the opportunity to raise funds for the Richmond-based ALS Society of BC while competing against 19 other B.C.

$1.2 million tax receipt flap sparks review

Library to probe its appraisal process

Central bike park proposed for Richmond, could include satellite parks

Paid by Oris Development, in response to loss of area at No. 2 Road

Be safe this Halloween

Richmond Fire-Rescue and RCMP want to remind residents of important safety tips as well as fun events happening this Halloween.