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Diner shot in parking lot

RCMP say victim was targeted, was known to police

Check smoke alarms

Improving home safety is as simple as changing smoke alarm batteries, Richmond Fire-Rescue is reminding locals. The fire department is urging people to test their smoke alarms and replace batteries that are more than six months old.

Bloodmobile comes to Richmond

Theres no shortage of need for blood donations in Canada, where about every minute of every day, someone needs blood.

Richmond drivers caught red-handed; Massive 600 per cent spike in tickets issued

The number of Richmond drivers getting caught running red lights at dangerous intersections has reached epidemic levels.

Variety raises $460,000

Variety, the Childrens Charity held its annual Golden Heart Award Dinner in honour of the Milan and Maureen Ilich Foundation for their philanthropy in the community.
Nite of Hope welcomes change this year

Nite of Hope welcomes change this year

For the first time, the 14th annual gala will have live entertainment with Giovanni Amenta

Second Richmond night market approved

Richmond will be home to two night markets this summer, despite one of the owners saying the city isnt big enough for the both of them.

Shamed Richmond Paralympian falls foul of drugs again; Jim Armstrong cops 18 month curling ban

Richmond curling champ and Paralympics gold medalist Jim Armstrongs shoddy reputation took another dive after the World Curling Federation slapped him with an 18-month suspension.

Richmond mayor's campaign expenses dwarf rival's

Mayor Malcolm Brodies run for re-election attracted almost a quarter of a million dollars from donors, campaign contribution documents reveal.

Richmond jet fuel plan review suspended again

The environmental review into the jet fuel delivery plan has been suspended for the second time.