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Bald eagle rescued from coyote standoff near Richmond Park

Bald eagle rescued from coyote standoff near Richmond Park

‘It was hopping from log to log, not able to take flight,’ as pack of coyotes close in.
Richmondite waited hours in rain to renew passport but still got turned away

Richmondite waited hours in rain to renew passport but still got turned away

Have you renewed your passport yet?
Richmond society celebrates 40 years with a name change

Richmond society celebrates 40 years with a name change

Aspire Richmond - formerly Richmond Society for Community Living - will hold a gala on May 26 with the goal of fundraising for a new playground at Treehouse.
Richmond condo buyers lose bid to freeze developer's profits

Richmond condo buyers lose bid to freeze developer's profits

The former pre-sale owners asked the court to stop Anderson Holdings from distributing any profits from the Alfa development
Sustainable textiles focus of Richmond KPU researcher

Sustainable textiles focus of Richmond KPU researcher

A $3 million donation to KPU allowed the creation of two research positions.
Richmond artistic swimming team tastes victory at nationals

Richmond artistic swimming team tastes victory at nationals

The team ranked high in the long-awaited Canadian Championships.
Emotions abound as Palmer’s ultimate frisbee team heads to provincials

Emotions abound as Palmer’s ultimate frisbee team heads to provincials

Ultimate frisbee provincials set to take place on May 26 and 27.
Washing machine in Richmond strata living room uninvolved in leak, says owner

Washing machine in Richmond strata living room uninvolved in leak, says owner

A strata-banned washing machine first found in a kitchen dishwasher space and then a living room had nothing to do with a Richmond strata leak, the owner told B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal.
(Photos) Finally! Richmond News Cherry blossom contest has a winner

(Photos) Finally! Richmond News Cherry blossom contest has a winner

More than 100 submissions were made to the Richmond News for the contest.
BC elementary track championships return to Minoru

BC elementary track championships return to Minoru

The Richmond-based Kajaks is once again hosting the important event, which is regarded as an entry point to competitive athletics for young athletes