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Help The Animals Inc

Animal Rescue Shelter Help The Animals Inc
Address 2101 West Main Street
City Richmond
State In
Zip 47374
Phone (765) 962-6811
Services products & Services:
  • city & County Government

Richmond, IN Weather

Conditions for Richmond, IN at 8:54 am EDT

Current Conditions:
Mostly Cloudy, 49 F

Thu - Partly Cloudy. High: 65 Low: 51
Fri - AM Rain/Wind. High: 67 Low: 46
Sat - Mostly Sunny. High: 71 Low: 44
Sun - Partly Cloudy. High: 68 Low: 50
Mon - Rain/Thunder. High: 63 Low: 49

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Richmond, IN News

Richmond in a league of their own
The Richmond Rabbits continued their unbeaten start to the Tasman Rugby League season with a 78-0 demolition of Wairau Taniwha on Saturday.
Biddle shuts down Richmond in series finale
The Reading Fightin Phils only needed one run against the Richmond Flying Squirrels as they won 1-0.  Jesse Biddle was dealing on Wednesday night as he threw seven shutout innings while striking out ten batters to earn his second victory of the season.   Tommy Joseph hit a RBI single off Flying Squirrels starter Clayton Blackburn to score Cameron Perkins and give the Fightin Phils a 1-0 lead in ...
Lyme Disease In The Limelight With Debbie Gibson Diagnosis
RICHMOND, Va., April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Lyme disease doesn't discriminate.  While singer Debbie Gibson is the latest noteworthy individual to announce her fight with the illness, lifestyle guru Martha Stewart, actor Alec Baldwin and President George W. Bush have all been given the Lyme disease diagnosis.  Some say conditions are ripe for an increase in infected ticks and Lyme Disease this ...
Mature-aged rookie Matt Thomas set to debut for Richmond
Mature-aged recruit Matt Thomas is almost assured of joining former Blue Shaun Hampson in making his debut for Richmond in the round-one clash on the Gold Coast on Saturday night.        
Should Chinese-only Crest toothpaste ad concern Richmond residents?
A Richmond woman has renewed her call for a ban on Chinese-only signage, after ads for Crest toothpaste appeared in several city bus shelters.