One thing is for certain about this weekend's Richmond City Baseball Victoria Day Bantam AAA Tournament. The host team won't be sneaking up on anyone.
Sprott Shaw College opened the doors to its Richmond campus last Friday and set sights on doubling its student roll.
Looking for something to do on the weekends? Come enjoy an afternoon movie and coffee social on the second and fourth Saturday of every month from 2 to 4 p.m. at the South Arm Community Centre, 8880 Williams Rd., Seniors Lounge.
Community Safety Business Partnership Award: -- Bill Shearer (for BFI Canada)
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A young Richmond driver was one of eight ticketed and towed after being caught doing almost double the speed limit on the Sea to Sky Highway.
The Greater Vancouver Canadians will have a new head coach next season.
Few gave the Burnaby Braves bantam baseball team much of a chance in their first-ever AAA season. But head coach Jason Smith was not one of them.
A new Surrey-based coalition is hoping to bring the city's need for transit to the forefront by advocating purely for light-rail transportation (LRT) in the city of parks.
Do you support further port expansion at Roberts Bank?...
Liberal candidates on both sides of the Fraser River, including Transportation Minister Mary Polak, took part in a campaign push early yesterday morning to show the party's commitment to a new crossing.
Richmond Centre B.C. Liberal candidate Teresa Wat is convinced her media background trumps being a Richmond resident when it comes to connecting with voters.
On the issue of illegal dumping of farmland, Reid, a former educator, said she has spent her career promoting the preservation of farmland and green space.
The Chilliwack Chiefs announced last week that forward Kyle Westeringh and defenceman Carter Cochrane have each committed to play for the Junior A club next season. Both players were born in 1996.
The Chilliwack Cougars bantam AA boys fell in the semifinals of the OK Spring Classic in Kelowna last weekend.
Would you be in favour of a regional police force for Delta? This question recently caused the Corporation of Delta to organize a public forum with a panel of experts and community leaders to discuss this topic. The panel, as expected, was divided.
Recently, the words heritage and museum have been springing up in the local papers as insistently as the dandelions in my lawn.
SUCCESS has announced it will assist the Canadian Red Cross in collecting donations to help victims suffering from the recent devastating quake in Ya'an, Sichuan, Southwest China, at it's Tri-Cities, Richmond and Vancouver locations through May 24.
A thrilling ride through Coastal Classic Cup playdowns saw the Tsawwassen Tornados prevail as champions.