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From presidential campaigns to smaller-scale issues closer to home on the Semiahmoo Peninsula, we live in a rush-to-judgment world.
White Rock's leaders have the chance to fix a decades-old policy regarding memorial plaques before any real harm is done.
A plethora of events – from cycling to softball to Sea Festival – made for a busy July in South Surrey and White Rock.
Following more than a week of sports action, Peninsula residents and visitors now have the White Rock Sea Festival to look forward to.
One year – and counting – is far too long for family and friends of Hudson Brooks to wait for answers regarding his death.
Women's World Softball Championships and Tour de White Rock highlight a busy sports weekend in South Surrey and White Rock.
Despite criticisms, the Olympic Games – and the athletes taking part – still serve to unite, inspire.
Provincial government funding announcements come with election looming next spring.
In light of the night-club shooting in Orlando, it's more important than ever to promote the need for acceptance and love.
Time will tell if a decision to forego plans for a community court in Surrey is a good one
The City of Surrey and the school district couldn't afford to wait on a school-construction plan, but the fix won't be a quick one.
Drug turf wars, and the accompanying violence, extend beyond Whalley and Newton.
Sunday's fire in White Rock brings to the forefront an important question – is the city adequately prepared to deal with a disaster?
The generous nature of White Rock residents is without question, but patience is required to help those affected by Sunday's fire.
Motive behind the introduction of a code of conduct for White Rock council members remains unclear.
BC Premier Christy Clark's generous stipend – in addition to her annual salary – needs to come to an end.
Students, citizens can learn more about policing in Surrey
Are any estimates to move the Semiahmoo Peninsula's waterfront rail lines more than just a guess?
Declaration of a province-wide public health emergency regarding fentanyl and other drugs is a good step to finding a solution.
Having police monitor traffic cameras may make us feel safer in Surrey, but we should be wary.