Delta Islanders competed against many of the top Novice Advanced lacrosse teams in the province and came away with a silver medal at the prestigous 2013 Coquitlam Adanac Tournament.
Looking to do a little shopping while enjoying the Ladner May Days experience?
A former Tsawwassen resident will serve more than two years in prison for sex-related charges.
Home monitoring is a growing market that could be worth $60 billion by 2017, according to Juniper Research, and a Burnaby-based company is getting in on it.
Burnaby council continues to push its environmental sustainability strategy through several phases of public consultation.
While dozens of breweries seem to be popping up everywhere else in the Lower Mainland, Burnaby is finally getting one of its very own.
For three years, Dave Carlson has been running Burnaby's Common Ground Community Farm, growing a variety of crops for shareholders, but the farm's salad greens will be sprouting up in Choices Markets across the Lower Mainland.
Spring has arrived over at the Burnaby and Region Allotment Gardens where a new crop of gardeners are eagerly awaiting plots.
The St. Thomas More Knights co-ed golf team qualified for the AA high school provincials last week at Fraserview.
The City of New Westminster is calling on local residents to offer up a place to stay for a small group of international artists next year.
I was pleased to see a Hyack Festival insert in the May 17 edition of the Royal City Record; pleased until I saw a major omission from the schedule of events. For the last 49 years, evidently longer than the 42year-old Hyack Festival itself, New Westminster Baseball has run a baseball tournament for 11-to 12year-old teams on the second weekend of the Hyack festivities, i.e. the Memorial Day weekend.
An outdoor art exhibition that features world-class international sculptures and performances could be coming to New Westminster.
SHARE Family & Community Services Society hosts a free drug and alcohol education session, from 7 to 8: 30 p.m. at its offices on the second floor of 2615 Clarke St. in Port Moody. The topic is "Cocaine, crystal meth and marijuana - the struggle to recover, and what long-term recovery looks like." This education series, which runs Wednesdays through July 24, is aimed at those who have an alcohol or drug problem, those concerned about their use, and those affected by the use of others. The format consists of a video, a brief presentation and open discussion. Info: 604-936-3900.
What do CBC Radio 3 personality Grant Lawrence, Vancouver punk rocker Joey Keithley and Old Yale Brewing Company have in common?
Former land developer Tarsem Singh Gill, 58, pleaded guilty to two counts of fraud on May 3 in connection with a $40-million mortgage fraud that involved dozens of Lower Mainland home purchases.
Metro Vancouver's Environment and Parks Committee gave a big "maybe" to the idea of auto racing in Langley's Campbell Valley Regional Park on Thursday.
After four hours of negotiations, police discussions with a distraught man in Langley City Thursday night ended without incident.
The Optimist-Spirit of Fraser Valley junior dragon boat team enjoyed success at last weekend's FCRCC Junior Regatta at False Creek in Vancouver.
THOMAS Dignum is among the Lower Mainland residents going to bat for the B.C. Children's Hospital Foundation next weekend at a fundraising slo-pitch tournament.