Tom Zillich

Five-piece band The Boom Booms hit the stage at Massey Theatre in New Westminster on Friday, Oct. 16, for the first of four concerts over two nights. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Five-piece band The Boom Booms hit the stage at Massey Theatre in New Westminster on Friday, Oct. 16, for the first of four concerts over two nights. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Surrey Knights head coach/GM Gerry Leiper talks to players during a PJHL game at Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex in September 2019. (File photo: Tom Zillich)

Roster shakeup for Surrey Knights as team starts COVID-modified PJHL season

‘We are definitely much better than last year,’ head coach/GM says

Surrey Knights head coach/GM Gerry Leiper talks to players during a PJHL game at Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex in September 2019. (File photo: Tom Zillich)
Police surround a vehicle with smashed windows outside Langley Memorial Hospital on Sunday evening (Oct. 18) at around 9 p.m., in possible connection to a shooting in Surrey at the intersection of 184th Street and 80th Avenue earlier that evening. (Photo: Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Services)

Shooting in rural Surrey leads police to vehicle with smashed windows at Langley hospital

‘It is believed that this is a targeted event and the general public is not at risk,’ Surrey RCMP say

Police surround a vehicle with smashed windows outside Langley Memorial Hospital on Sunday evening (Oct. 18) at around 9 p.m., in possible connection to a shooting in Surrey at the intersection of 184th Street and 80th Avenue earlier that evening. (Photo: Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Services)
Jerry Rollins on the cover of his book, “Enforcer to Entrepreneur: Achieving Hockey Stick Growth in Life, Business and Sports.”

The goon old days: Surrey roots for hockey player who wrote ‘Enforcer to Entrepreneur’

Jerry Rollins grew up in Whalley before making it in the business world of San Diego

Jerry Rollins on the cover of his book, “Enforcer to Entrepreneur: Achieving Hockey Stick Growth in Life, Business and Sports.”
Kim Baird (left), KPU’s third Chancellor, is fitted for new regalia by designer Sam Stringer. The sleeves feature traditional cedar weaving created by a Tsawwassen First Nation artist. (Photo: flickr.com/photos/kpunews)

PHOTOS: Coast Salish inspiration for new regalia worn by incoming KPU chancellor Baird

‘We wanted to make the regalia look a bit more modern,’ designer Sam Stringer says

Kim Baird (left), KPU’s third Chancellor, is fitted for new regalia by designer Sam Stringer. The sleeves feature traditional cedar weaving created by a Tsawwassen First Nation artist. (Photo: flickr.com/photos/kpunews)
(Submitted photo courtesy SurreyCats)

Friday is Global Cat Day – a purrrfect time to feed hungry cats, Surrey group says

SurreyCats’s food drive runs from Oct. 17-24

(Submitted photo courtesy SurreyCats)
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‘Clear example of racism’: Story of stranded ship passengers told on new storyboard in Surrey

The ‘Komagata Maru’ arrived in Vancouver from Hong Kong on May 23, 1914, carrying 376 passengers

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Surrey Knights in action during the 2019-20 season. (File photo)

PJHL hockey season starts for teams in four cohorts, no fans in stands

‘Our teams have put in a lot of work getting us to this point,’ says league commissioner

Surrey Knights in action during the 2019-20 season. (File photo)
The ACORN group’s banner drop happened Wednesday (Oct. 14) at the intersection of Scott Road and King George Boulevard. (submitted photo)

‘Banner drop’ in Surrey by group calling for increases to disability and income assistance

‘We live in a rich province and there is no excuse for people to live in poverty,’ ACORN rep says

The ACORN group’s banner drop happened Wednesday (Oct. 14) at the intersection of Scott Road and King George Boulevard. (submitted photo)
At North Surrey’s soon-to-open Lower Mainland Family, Primary and Urgent Care Centre are, from left to right, Vince Sara (executive director), Janette Liang (nurse practitioner), Dr. Evan Kligman, Alex Briede (nurse practitioner) and Jane Chu (social worker). (submitted photo)

New urgent/primary care centre in Surrey aimed at new Canadians, Guildford residents

Medical and dental services coming to hub similar to existing facilities in Vancouver and Burnaby

At North Surrey’s soon-to-open Lower Mainland Family, Primary and Urgent Care Centre are, from left to right, Vince Sara (executive director), Janette Liang (nurse practitioner), Dr. Evan Kligman, Alex Briede (nurse practitioner) and Jane Chu (social worker). (submitted photo)
For Halloween, a skeleton and haunted house are sights seen by passengers aboard the Bear Creek Park Train in Surrey. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Halloween in Surrey: How COVID nearly derailed the train at Bear Creek Park

Pandemic protocols allow riders to roll through ‘haunted forest,’ among other events here this month

For Halloween, a skeleton and haunted house are sights seen by passengers aboard the Bear Creek Park Train in Surrey. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Surrey Business Excellence award winners celebrate in 2015. The COVID-19 pandemic pushed this year’s event to an online-only gathering, on Nov. 5. (File photo)
Surrey Business Excellence award winners celebrate in 2015. The COVID-19 pandemic pushed this year’s event to an online-only gathering, on Nov. 5. (File photo)
Photo posted to surrey.ca/transportationplan.

Surrey’s new transportation plan: Take the survey, win a $100 gift card

Feedback sought for plan to be built on five pillars, with online-only engagement to start

Photo posted to surrey.ca/transportationplan.

COVID-positive staff member at PICS assisted living facility in Newton

‘Communication with residents and families is underway,’ Fraser Health says

Surrey-raised MMA fighter Jeremy Kennedy in video posted to youtube.com/CagesidePress.

‘This is my shot’: Surrey-raised Jeremy Kennedy looks for MMA title with UFC rival Bellator

The 15-2 featherweight, 28, has had a ‘crazy’ 2020 due to COVID-caused quarantine

Surrey-raised MMA fighter Jeremy Kennedy in video posted to youtube.com/CagesidePress.

Surrey Police Board talks interim financial measures, ‘Indigenization’ strategy at third meeting

Livestream at surreypolice.ca/policeboard, 9 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13

$991K in fed COVID-relief grants given by SurreyCares, with more now available

New video showcases work done by the foundation, which has a 26-year history in Surrey

‘What A Blast!’ brass concert, Tom Jackson’s ‘Huron Carole’ on Surrey’s Digital Stage

Fall events offer a chance to ‘virtually connect, engage and find inspiration’