The BC Liberal’s Richmond incumbents were still reveling this week in the glory of their own and their party’s resounding victory Tuesday night.But if either Linda Reid or John Yap see Premier Christy Clark’s name flashing up on their cellphones any time soon, they may consider tapping “ignore.”
Artist Carmen Keitsch spent a sunny Wednesday afternoon in her edible garden, ridding it of pesky weeds and nurturing vegetables back to life.
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.
Two people were sent to hospital with minor injuries after two cars collided at No. 4 Road and Westminster Highway today around 2:30 p.m. Traffic in the area was still snarled up at rush hour, creating long delays.
Well, they can't all be homeruns, all the time, now can they?
The City of Richmond wants the public's opinion before planning and designing a new city centre park.
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It was sweet success for the U14 Air Attack Black at the National Volleyball Championships held at the Tradex in Abbotsford last weekend.
Two local players will be among 200 hopefuls taking part in Football B.C.'s provincial tryout camp this weekend at the Richmond Olumpic Oval and Minoru Park.
The Richmond Soccer Association has been awarded the 2014 Provincial "B" Cup Boys Soccer Championships.
Even in his darkest political hour, John Yap never once considered throwing in the towel.
It was all cheers, champagne and cake at the corner of Garden City and Blundell roads Tuesday night after MLA Linda Reid was re-elected in the Richmond East riding.
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."
The Editor, -- Re: "We must evolve to accept," Letters, May 10.
I was delighted to read the great piece about Destination Steveston in today's paper.
I would like to thank the nearly 58,000 Richmond voters who took their place in history to offer direction to this province.
Now that the applause has died down, and all the back-slapping, high-fiving and Laurel and Hardy handshakes has been given (Blazing Saddles), the real work begins. What the heck do you do with all the election signs?
The poll that came closest to calling the result right in Tuesday's provincial election was still wildly wrong.