Jennifer Lang

Big antique tractor to visit Surrey’s Heritage Rail Sunday

Rebuilt 1911 Rumely tractor on view one day only at Cloverdale Station, home of a heritage rail revival

Cloverdale laces up for Terry Fox

Cloverdale's Terry Fox Run is more than just a run – it's got it all

Juice Newton to appear at Langley’s Cascades Casino

The 'Queen of Hearts' chart topper performs Sept. 28

Volunteers to plant hundreds of trees in Surrey park

On Sept. 27, TD and the City of Surrey join forces to plant 300 trees at Royal Heights Park

MP invites students to serve on youth council

Young people aged 15 to 24 are invited to apply for the Cloverdale-Langley City youth council.

Free outdoor movie caps mini kids fest in Cloverdale

The merchants of Brick Yard Station and the Cloverdale BIA present family-friendly activities and Pixar's Inside Out.

Cloverdale students tell heroes: Breakfast is on us

Representatives from Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary's student council drop in on Cloverdale's emergency responders to say thanks

Reading Buddies return this fall to Cloverdale Library

Teen volunteers are needed to help build reading confidence of younger kids

Church builds basketball court for Cloverdale neighbourhood

Sonrise Church is inviting basketball players of all ages to use its new outdoor court, opening this Saturday at Family Fall Festival

B.C.’s teachers pick their top 100 reads for kids

If you’re a reader with a passion for good books, prepare to go down the rabbit hole exploring top picks for elementary, secondary students

Family history programs start up at Cloverdale Library

Delving into your family's story but don't know where to start? The Cloverdale Library can help

Cat show promises to be a star-studded affair

Upcoming championship and household pet cat show set for White Rock's Pacific Inn

Sunday dining series fills Surrey with local flavour in September

Local restaurants, including Cloverdale's Elements Casino, showcase Surrey-grown fare for Farm Fresh Sundays

Metal thieves use chainsaw to chop down two Surrey power poles

BC Hydro says one of the poles was still live, with 25,000 volts running through it, sparking a grass fire

Transitional shelter marks project milestone

Options Community Services reaches the next step on the road to opening the new Bill Reid Memorial Shelter in Cloverdale.

A man on the margins: Cloverdale remembers Shawn Friesen

If you worked, shopped or owned a business in Cloverdale, you likely got to know Shawn Friesen. A memorial service is planned for Thursday

Reader photo: Clowning around

Korki the Clown makes an appearance at Cloverdale Market Day

Donors urged to give blood

All blood types needed to help fill gap; Cloverdale residents can sign up for a local clinic this Sunday

Surrey’s Bose Family Corn Maze opens Saturday

It's time to get lost in the maze, and have a great time finding your way out again as the popular Cloverdale attraction gets set to open

Monsters Inc. is Friday’s outdoor movie

Watch an outdoor movie with your family for free at Katzie Elementary School.