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Council questions union official

With a vote less than a week away, city firefighters still won’t tell residents why they want to join a union. The question was asked to Local 3133 Vice President…

Former councilman appointed to zoning board

It took a tie-breaking vote last night by Mayor Lance Green to appoint former City Councilman Scott Marshall to the Board of Zoning Adjustments. Councilman Bob Bond, Jim Dunwoodie, Terrie…

Richmond High School roof needs repair

Using photos and drawings of the various roof areas of Richmond High School, Patrick Evans of Tremco presented the school board with an analysis report at the monthly meeting last…

City Committees vote to bring bid advertising back to Richmond

Legal and advertising bids for the city of Richmond are coming back to Richmond. Mayor Pro Tem Mike Wright on Friday at a combined meeting of the Public Safety and…

Concert in the Park series happening rain or shine

It doesn’t matter what Mother Nature does this year, the show will go on in this season’s Concert in the Park series, beginning June 4, at the Richmond Community Ampitheater…

Secret shopper checks a scam

Getting paid to shop sounds too good to be true – and it is. The scam originating on the Internet solicits people to be paid as a secret shopper. Once…

Stray dogs becoming a problem in Orrick

The streets and parks of Orrick will soon be occupied by school children as the last days of school fast approach, which means a problem with loose dogs needs to…

Spring Fling at Dear Elementary

Emma, 3, and Belinda Craig enjoyed some snacks at the Dear Elementary annual Spring Fling event on Thursday evening, May 7, at the school. A bounce house was available, grilled…

Residents give community a chance to show green thumb

Like fresh vegetables, but have no place to grow them? Now, everyone can have a garden, starting this weekend if the weather cooperates. That’s right. In an effort to help…

City Administrator says pay raises were in line

Some decisions made behind closed doors by the former Richmond City Council are starting to come to light despite more confusion from City Hall. City Administrator Rick Childers on Friday…