The Richmond Ravens will continue to operate a team in the B.C. Female Midget AAA Hockey League next season and they will have some additional company too.
Richmond Chuckers didn't win their own Victoria Day Wooden Bat Tournament but it definitely served a purpose with bigger challenges on the horizon.
Accommodation: -- Kevin Cohen, River Rock Casino Resort
Last Wednesday night, a record number of people came out to celebrate Richmond's hospitality industry during the fifth annual Tourism Richmond Service Awards, held at the River Rock Casino Resort Theatre.
Some of Dora Ho's most distinct memories with her mother were in the kitchen.
When Morley Watson needed to find some serenity, the artist took a stroll through a UBC park.
Maria prides herself on being patient-a virtue she owes to her deep, Catholic faith.
IT appears to be impossible to avoid attending inquest after inquest into the Great 2013 British Columbia Election.
Queen's Park petting farm
Racer’s EdgeAt the Britannia Community Center, Lee Turner is known as the Bionic Woman.
Loblaws grocery supplier is voluntarily recalling its President's Choice brand of white grape juice because of undeclared sulphites in the drink.
Memorial Park is the place to be this weekend thanks to the annual Ladner Pioneer May Days festivities.
Three men were arrested on the 900 block of 12th Street for possession of marijuana on Thursday afternoon, which is near the medicinal marijuana dispensary, N.I.C.E.
Only $20 worth of cables was stolen from underground lines, but Telus is out $50,000 to restore the wires and the lost service time.
The Alpha Aztecs gave it their best in the Vancouver & District high school junior girls' soccer final.
A local singer is going to be featured as part of next month's Songfire Festival of Song in Vancouver.
Students in Southpointe Academy's Citizenship Club are looking to raise money for Canuck Place with a community parking lot sale next weekend.
It's an action-packed weekend in the Royal City with a parade, a home tour and entertainment galore among the offerings. We're continuing with our popular feature, The Record's Top Five (or More) Things to Do This Weekend and offer the following suggestions for the May 24 to 26 weekend.
Artists are getting a chance to show their wares, demonstrate their skills and build their self-esteem in New Westminster.