Samantha Anderson

Spring festival delivers colour, drama

Hundreds of festival goers celebrated the lunar new year at the FVCCA's Jan. 21 festival.

Road names to make historic return

Re-introducing names will 'give character' to historic downtown Cloverdale

Construction of Bill Reid Memorial Shelter now underway

Therapeutic farm facility will provide 16 beds and 12 transitional suites for Surrey homeless

Kwantlen environmental protection program recognized nationally

Accreditation demonstrates 'strong leadership' and 'commitment to students'

Protecting Surrey youth from overdose death

On Tuesday, Jan. 17, Lord Tweedsmuir hosted a panel of experts to educate the public on youth drug use and overdose prevention.

Cloverdale’s Christmas charities thank community

Community members, businesses and organizations worked hard over the holidays to make it a merry time for everyone.

Music at the Cafe

Join the Gossip Corner Cafe's inaugural music night and bring in the new year with new perspectives on music.

Bull rider’s brain to be donated to researchers of concussions, depression

Implications of head injuries important to know, says mother

‘Screenagers’ film tackles the ‘biggest parenting issue of our time’

Lord Tweedsmuir to screen documentary on teen screentime

Ring in the lunar new year at Surrey’s Spring Festival

This year's night of music and dance promises to be 'even more striking' than the last

Cloverdale dentist faces a dozen lawsuits

Complainants allege his treatments caused harm and unnecessary pain.

The Cloverdale library knows your family’s secrets

As the largest archive of Canadian family history in western Canada, the Cloverdale library is where people go to solve personal mysteries.

Awareness key to prevention

Jan. 17 panel to speak on addiction and drug use among Surrey youth

Storytime more than what you’ve heard

Children given opportunities to develop literacy, social skills at the Cloverdale Library.

Birth Fair is born

Cloverdale to host event for parents-to-be in February.

The Bristol to halve its commercial space

"Little interest" from retailers prompts proposal to replace retail units with home-based businesses.

Lord Tweedsmuir drummer Kyra Dutton-Piskorik wins music bursary

Band-Aid Bursary awarded for her dedication to community, leadership and teamwork.

Century-old Christmas bird count returns

Jan. 2 bird count will benefit conservation efforts.

Cloverdale’s Christmas tree chipping fundraisers

Here's where you can chip your Christmas tree this year.

Cloverdale food bank will grow its own food

The new year will bring new greens to the Surrey Food Bank's distribution centre at Zion Lutheran Church.