Tracy Holmes

SLIDESHOW: PAN’s week in pictures

Highlights from this week’s Peace Arch News

Off-duty officer, store staff struck in South Surrey altercation

One arrested following suspected theft in Grandview Corners

New private school proposed for South Surrey

Thirty-acre site once eyed for entertainment and gaming complex

One to hospital following South Surrey collision

32 Avenue traffic diverted following morning crash

South Surrey orchard celebrated as Canada 150 site

Weekend event to include plantings, samples and more

White Rock psychologist named as ‘difference maker’ in mental health

Jennifer Mervyn says she is ‘humbled’ by national distinction

One-year wait for Crown’s call on police shooting takes toll

Hudson Brooks was killed outside South Surrey police detachment in July 2015

Collision on King George affects power

No injuries reported in South Surrey incident: police

SFN sirens to sound this morning for quake drill

Warning signals part of Oct. 19 exercise

Owner of budgie found in South Surrey located

Steve Fox says he thought a predator had claimed his feathered friend

White Rock restaurateur tries to keep impaired driver from road

Patron could barely stand, says owner of waterfront eatery

Waterfront rail cleanup on-track

Crews were busy near the 16 Avenue access to Crescent Beach Tuesday

Life of South Surrey community garden extended

Housing society commits space for another five years

PAN’s week in pictures

Highlights from this week’s Peace Arch News

Five people taken into custody during search of South Surrey residence

Police were on the scene of a house in the 1900-block of 165A Street Thursday

Preliminary inquiry set in South Surrey targeted-shooting case

Fours days in July set aside to hear evidence

Flood concerns ‘a city issue and they know it’

White Rock officials say improvements, including drainage, slated to begin next year

Good Samaritans thwart purse-snatching in White Rock

Man charged, 95-year-old victim suffers minor injuries

Budgie found in South Surrey park now part of Squamish flock

Door still open for owner to claim friendly bird