Samantha Anderson

A new website aims to create positive change for the Clayton Heights neighbourhood of Cloverdale. (claytonheightscommunity.com)

Clayton Heights aims to change ‘bad rap’ with ‘good news’ website

United Way funds website project with goal of fostering ‘local love’

A new website aims to create positive change for the Clayton Heights neighbourhood of Cloverdale. (claytonheightscommunity.com)
Samantha Anderson finished her last day as editor of the Cloverdale Reporter on Sept. 10, 2019. (James Smith photo)

COLUMN: Thank you for everything, Cloverdale

Samantha Anderson writes her final column as editor of the Cloverdale Reporter

Samantha Anderson finished her last day as editor of the Cloverdale Reporter on Sept. 10, 2019. (James Smith photo)
Man charged with manslaughter in 2018 Cloverdale death

Man charged with manslaughter in 2018 Cloverdale death

Steven Mueller, 35, has now been charged with manslaughter

Man charged with manslaughter in 2018 Cloverdale death
Recognize this? It’s a view of the newly constructed 1912 Municipal Hall, situated at today’s Highway 10 and 176A Street, and its surrounding neighbourhood. The 1912 Hall is currently the home of the Surrey Archives. Photograph taken from the BC Electric Substation, ca. 1912. (Courtesy of the City of Surrey Archives / 180.1.95)

Discover how Surrey’s heritage heart has changed over 100 years at upcoming talk

Upcoming talk reveals the changes that Cloverdale’s Heritage Campus has undergone

Recognize this? It’s a view of the newly constructed 1912 Municipal Hall, situated at today’s Highway 10 and 176A Street, and its surrounding neighbourhood. The 1912 Hall is currently the home of the Surrey Archives. Photograph taken from the BC Electric Substation, ca. 1912. (Courtesy of the City of Surrey Archives / 180.1.95)
More than 1,500 visitors came to the Museum of Surrey on Saturday, Nov. 17, to attend Filipino Fest. (Photo courtesy of Museum of Surrey)

Filipino Celebration to bring music, dancing, food to Museum of Surrey

Upcoming one-day festival to feature Filipino culture

More than 1,500 visitors came to the Museum of Surrey on Saturday, Nov. 17, to attend Filipino Fest. (Photo courtesy of Museum of Surrey)
Cloverdale author J.A. Louvel’s second novel, the sequel to New Eden, will be released in November 2019. (Samantha Anderson)

Labour of love as Cloverdale author closes second chapter of sci-fi trilogy

Local writer didn’t always have the confidence to practice her craft

Cloverdale author J.A. Louvel’s second novel, the sequel to New Eden, will be released in November 2019. (Samantha Anderson)
(Angela Benito / Unsplash)

Surrey, Langley residents invited to town hall on environment, climate change

Cloverdale-Langley City MP, Camp We Empower to co-host Wednesday, Aug. 21 event

(Angela Benito / Unsplash)
Cyclists get ready to kick off the 2018 Ride to Conquer Cancer event in Cloverdale. (Samantha Anderson)

Ride to Conquer Cancer to kick off in Cloverdale

Eleventh-annual fundraiser supports BC Cancer Foundation

Cyclists get ready to kick off the 2018 Ride to Conquer Cancer event in Cloverdale. (Samantha Anderson)
Surrey RCMP on scene at a Cloverdale collision on Wednesday, Aug. 14. (Shane MacKichan)

UPDATE: Serious collision shuts down 64th Avenue in Cloverdale

Surrey RCMP Criminal Collision Investigative Team on site

Surrey RCMP on scene at a Cloverdale collision on Wednesday, Aug. 14. (Shane MacKichan)
Museum of Surrey, Surrey Fire Service announce sensory-friendly initiatives

Museum of Surrey, Surrey Fire Service announce sensory-friendly initiatives

Museum to hold sensory-friendly hours, firefighters to be equipped with sensory kits

Museum of Surrey, Surrey Fire Service announce sensory-friendly initiatives
Cloverdale’s Sofia Evangelina accepts the 2019 Young Artist Award for Best Album. (Submitted)

Cloverdale singer-songwriter earns youth ‘Oscar’ for debut album

Sofia Evangelina, 16, wins Young Artist Award in Hollywood

Cloverdale’s Sofia Evangelina accepts the 2019 Young Artist Award for Best Album. (Submitted)
The Cloverdale Tritons swim their hearts out on Thursday, Aug. 8, during a swim-a-thon for BC Children’s Hospital. (Submitted)

UPDATE: Cloverdale Tritons need community support for ‘Miracle Swim’

Team gives one last call for swimmers’ fundraiser for BC Children’s Hospital

The Cloverdale Tritons swim their hearts out on Thursday, Aug. 8, during a swim-a-thon for BC Children’s Hospital. (Submitted)
The Ride for Refuge fundraiser will return to Cloverdale for its second year this October. (Submitted)

Hundreds to ‘Ride for Refuge’ in Cloverdale this fall

Second-annual fundraiser will support the Cloverdale Community Kitchen and other local charities

The Ride for Refuge fundraiser will return to Cloverdale for its second year this October. (Submitted)
From left: Chris Tilt, manager of The Henry, Ra-zor Slide Pro inventor Roger Zullig, and James Woewoda of Woewoda Communications. (Samantha Anderson)

Battle of the Beards: Cloverdale asked to put its best face forward for facial hair contest

The Henry Public House to host beard and mustache contest on Aug. 21

From left: Chris Tilt, manager of The Henry, Ra-zor Slide Pro inventor Roger Zullig, and James Woewoda of Woewoda Communications. (Samantha Anderson)
Katie Stubbings, 11, recently donated her hair to Angel Hair For Wigs. (Contributed)

Cloverdale 11-year-old donates hair for third time

Katie Stubbings has had three haircuts since she was born, and she has donated hair each time

Katie Stubbings, 11, recently donated her hair to Angel Hair For Wigs. (Contributed)
Surrey RCMP said officers conducted traffic enforcement in the area of the 2800-block of 192nd Street and seized and impounded nine vehicles for several days in relation to stunt driving. (Photo: Surrey RCMP handout)

Cloverdale’s 5 most-read stories of the week, July 26 to Aug. 2

Family searches for missing Surrey men, RCMP seize 9 vehicles in South Surrey, and more

Surrey RCMP said officers conducted traffic enforcement in the area of the 2800-block of 192nd Street and seized and impounded nine vehicles for several days in relation to stunt driving. (Photo: Surrey RCMP handout)
George Garrett of the Volunteer Cancer Drivers Society. (Langley Advance Times File)

Volunteer Cancer Drivers Society awarded $20K grant by Cloverdale bank

It’s the largest single-year grant the society has received since it began in 2016

George Garrett of the Volunteer Cancer Drivers Society. (Langley Advance Times File)
Abigail Scott. (RCMP handout)

UPDATE: Surrey RCMP say missing 12-year-old girl found safe

Abigail Scott last seen in Surrey on July 11; RCMP believed she may have been in White Rock

Abigail Scott. (RCMP handout)
Cloverdale’s Parker Holbeche-Boyer had some special customers at his free lemonade stand on Thursday, July 18, when Surrey RCMP members and firefighters came by for a glass. (Contributed)

Cloverdale’s 5 most-read stories of the week, July 19–26

Surrey cops, firefighters support lonely lemonade stand, vacationers visit B.C. ‘Hobbiton’ and more

Cloverdale’s Parker Holbeche-Boyer had some special customers at his free lemonade stand on Thursday, July 18, when Surrey RCMP members and firefighters came by for a glass. (Contributed)
Cloverdale Market Days returns Saturday, July 27, with plenty of fresh produce, artisanal goods and family friendly entertainment. (Cloverdale Arts and Entertainment Association / cloverdale-ae.ca)

What’s happening in Cloverdale this weekend, July 26–28

Looking for something to do in Cloverdale this weekend?

Cloverdale Market Days returns Saturday, July 27, with plenty of fresh produce, artisanal goods and family friendly entertainment. (Cloverdale Arts and Entertainment Association / cloverdale-ae.ca)