When Mandy Biasutti's name was called as this year's Extra Mile winner, cheers and loud clapping erupted.
In Asian culture, they're a symbol of longevity, prosperity and good luck.
When you get invited to a BBQ, you normally take along a few burgers, some buns, maybe a couple of steaks if you're feeling generous.
There is no mystery about the election results of May 14.
The issue of affordable housing is huge here in Richmond and throughout the Lower Mainland. Housing prices have sky rocketed over the past decade, which would be fine if incomes had kept pace - but they haven't.
Burrowing away, armed only with the patience of a saint and a tiny carving knife, a single angelic shaft of light illuminates Tom Parkes' world.
Oleh Konyk and his wife Yaryna Shulyak are like proverbial ships passing in the night.
A Richmond acupuncturist who allegedly over-billed B.C.'s healthcare system by more than $1 million is expected to learn his fate sometime next week.
When the 2008 earthquake hit Sichuan province in China, Richmond city councillor Chak Au was one of many who provided assistance.
Affordable housing is a relative term for many in the realm of real estate.
Surrey's Khan Lee fired rounds of 75 and 76 to win the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour's Junior Worlds Qualifier at Pagoda Ridge Golf Club in Langley last weekend.
Sign up for summer camp at the Richmond branch of the BCSPCA and you'll get to spend your days immersed in the world of animals.
That was the premise behind the formation of the Richmond-based Eureka Camp Society back in the 1970s when a group of parents from across the Lower Mainland banded together to provide the opportunity for children with "invisible disabilities" to spend part of the summer canoeing, hiking and spending time around the campfire.
The Burnaby-based Down Syndrome Foundation is hosting LemonAid, a fundraiser on May 23 at the River Rock Show Theatre in Richmond, and a well-known figure from the hit TV show Glee will be there.
The City of Richmond wants the public's opinion before planning and designing a new city centre park.
It was sweet success for the U14 Air Attack Black at the National Volleyball Championships held at the Tradex in Abbotsford last weekend.
The Richmond Soccer Association has been awarded the 2014 Provincial "B" Cup Boys Soccer Championships.
When the voters in Richmond Centre went to cast their ballots in Tuesday night's provincial election the choice was pretty clear, according to Teresa Wat.
The Richmond branch of St. John Ambulance has been pushing hard for a year in a bid to raise $140,000 for its first ever "first-aid mobile post."