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Police, hotel staff talk woman off Richmond window ledge

A woman was rescued from a third floor window of a Richmond hotel after a report she about to jump.

Garlic Fest to be a tasty affair in Richmond

Bring friends and family to the Sharing Farms 4th Annual Garlic Festival in Richmond, but leave those vampires at home. The only Lower Mainland garlic festival is for one day only next Sunday, Aug. 19, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Richmond waters 'muddied' by B.C., Alberta pipeline fight

Local jet fuel protestors none the wiser after Christy Clark issued demands

Hockey Day returns to Richmond

Young sports enthusiasts and local community sports organizations are invited to participate in Hockey Day in Richmond on Wednesday, Aug. 22.

Richmond Mountie 'lucky to be alive'

A Richmond RCMP officer is lucky to be alive after his patrol car was struck while conducting a traffic stop. In the early hours of Saturday, Aug.

MLA Reid runs again in election

Veteran Liberal says better access to the Massey Tunnel is vital before she retires

Free concert launches Maritime Fest

Special public boarding of tall ship Kaisei also on offer

Housing market slows again in Richmond

The housing market in Richmond continued its gentle downward slide in July, compared with the same month last year.

Richmond tour company at centre of grizzly feeding row

A Richmond-based tour company has been warned after reports of Chinese tourists feeding meat to a family of grizzly bears to get them closer to the bus.

Songbird smuggler fined $7,500

Kwok Sing Lee brought pets from China