Amy Reid

COLUMN: Technology gives me hope my father will walk again

Lokomat taught Michael Coss to walk again after brain injury – and you could help bring it to Surrey

VIDEO: Surrey baby may be youngest ever diagnosed with rare aHUS disease

GoFundMe campaign aims to raise funds for family while infant fights for his life in hospital

VIDEO: Fire guts Surrey home

A witness says firefighters battled the blaze for over an hour before containing it to the home

Top 5 items to donate to Surrey Food Bank this Christmas

This is the charity’s wish list for the holiday

‘Troublesome’ on-call teacher shortage in Surrey

Principals and librarians can be called in when sick days can’t be filled by on-call teachers

Surrey’s Social Innovation Summit sparks ideas

Summit focused on protecting vulnerable, engaging youth and tackling housing, poverty and addiction

UPDATE: Injuries in three-vehicle South Surrey crash ‘not life-threatening’

Early-morning collision closes 24 Ave. and Croydon Drive

VIDEO: War over a ‘crime-ridden’ walkway in Surrey

Residents ‘flabbergasted’ after Surrey builds wheelchair access for walkway while ignoring safety requests like lighting

Men charged in ‘road rage’ shooting near Surrey-Langley border

Surrey RCMP have also seized two guns in connection to the Nov. 9 incident

Pattullo Bridge turns 80 years old today

Surrey mayor stresses how urgently a replacement is needed

UPDATE: Surrey woman has serious injuries after hit and run

Surrey RCMP warn pedestrians to be careful and motorists to slow down in poor weather

TODAY: Sold-out Social Innovation Summit in Surrey

Summit to focus on protecting vulnerable, engaging youth and tackling housing, poverty and addiction

VIDEO: Restaurant workers sleep on Surrey streets, raising more than $100K

Organized by Joseph Richard Group, the effort aims to raise money to help homeless youth

Learn how to start a community garden at Surrey workshop

Free event set for Nov. 18 in Newton

New Cloverdale catchment boundaries when Salish Secondary opens

Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary’s french immersion program will be moved to the new Salish school

Surrey’s big Canadian flag destroyed by wind twice in a month

Three days after a costly replacement was hung, wind has ripped the new flag to shreds

VIDEO: Bus and camper crash into ditch along Highway 99

It happened in Surrey during heavy rainfall

VIDEO: Behind the scenes look at the Surrey Christmas Bureau

With more than 4,000 Surrey children helped last Christmas, the need is expected to grow this year

Surrey extends Whalley shelter’s lease

On Monday night, Surrey council voted to extend the temporary shelter’s lease to 2020

Parkland in Surrey grows in 2016, as does number of trees cut down

Overall parkland grew by eight hectares, while almost 10,000 trees cut down