NORTH DELTA - A guy driving a silver van played a weird game of cat and mouse with a young girl Monday night.
It took just over two minutes out of a scheduled 15-minute fight for Oliver Vajda to finish off his opponent and retain his bantamweight title.
The 2011 Steveston Sockeye Spin was cancelled Thursday due to a lack of sponsorship, according to the Steveston Community Society, the organizer of the cycling race.
Richmond motorists will face higher gas prices next spring if the region’s mayors secure a two-cents-a-litre hike in the gas tax to build the $1.4-billion Evergreen Line.
This Saturday a few Richmond babes are getting ready to show their undies, all for a good cause.
A number of Chilliwack veterans are leading a chorus of voices calling for the reinstatement of the Canadian Airborne Regiment (CAR), which was disbanded in 1995 in the wake of the 1993 incident in which a teenager was beaten to death in Somalia while in Canadian custody.
NORTH DELTA - Police are awaiting autopsy results to shed light on a suspicious death that happened in North Delta early Sunday morning.
In the fishing village of Steveston, history lives just around each corner. Founded at the end of the 19th century, the village’s treasure trove of stories can be discovered by joining the Gulf of Georgia Cannery’s “Strolling Through Steveston” walking tour.
B.C. conservation officer Simon Gravel speaks to media Wednesday after a bear was shot following an attack on a trail runner in North Vancouver.
Maple Ridge SPCA rescued an emaciated lab-cross and her puppies and is recommending charges against their owner.
Ormarine Picpoul de Pinet 2010 ... A perfect patio sipper, and yes, the obscure south of France grape variety does have something to do with chickens somewhere along the way. Bright, citrus and apple0-toned, light and lively. Good with white fish, and a cool bottle, too. $13.99 at B.C. Liquor Stores.
I didn’t know much about Henry VI, his cohorts and conspirators before seeing the preview of Henry VI: The Wars of the Roses at Bard on the Beach last weekend. Like most wars, it was complicated.
Some city seniors are worried cuts to home care services by Vancouver Coastal Health will hinder their ability to remain at home.
Kwantlen First Nations, together with the Langley School District, have been teaching local Aboriginal students about the importance of music. The Eagle K and D.W. Poppy Redhawks Drummers performed at the school board staff awards ceremony June 14. The students, ranging from kindergarten-age to secondary school age, also performed for National Aboriginal Day, later in the month.
Eight-year-old Langley Flipper Natalie Hu swam the Div. 1 50 metre breaststroke this past weekend during the 49th Annual Langley Flippers Invitational Swim Meet at the newly renovated Al Anderson Pool. More than 300 swimmers attended from throughout the Fraser Valley.
Two North Vancouver men tried to tackle a burglar in a Lower Lonsdale parkade Tuesday afternoon, but the thief brandished a weapon and managed to get away.