Matthew Hoekstra

‘Dark and stormy’ comedy on the way to Surrey

RCTC old dark house thriller spoof has brief run at Arts Centre before moving to Maple Ridge and Vancouver

White Rock gives green light to new beachfront poles

White Rock is spending $640,000 to replace Marine Drive lighting

Too expensive to save century-old homes: City of White Rock

Elm Street houses discussed in closed-door meeting of White Rock council

Party planned for Ocean Park

The third annual Ocean Park Block Party is set for Saturday, Sept. 24 – rain or shine

Hundreds raise thousands

First White Rock Parkinson Superwalk, held Sept. 11, raised $27,000

Pier restaurants, gondolas explored by City of White Rock

Details of a possible promenade extension, pier restaurant and hillside connector have emerged with the release of consultants’ reports.

Pit bull attacks prompt review

Mayor calls on staff to probe pet policies following pair of incidents

Mayor tells RV tenants to ‘sit tight’

Seacrest tenants facing eviction due to redevelopment

Supporters pack park to honour Dario Bartoli

Second annual Dario Jam draws dozens of skateboarders, BMX and scooter riders

Library sows the seeds of sharing

Surrey Seed Library is based on a model LifeCycles first planted in Victoria.

Cat show set for this weekend in South Surrey

Sept. 16-18 is A Star-Studded Affair, the International Cat Association's northwest regional cat show.

UBC-based group to advise White Rock on water

White Rock will spend $100,000 to study water treatment options, council decided Monday, after police helped remove a council critic.

Hope in cancer fight, but ‘maybe we’re not even at Thunder Bay’

Terry Fox's name carries great weight with cancer researchers.

Province seeks to seize White Rock ‘drug house’

Homeowner says it makes no sense to punish him after occupants charged

French teachers in short supply in Surrey

Record-setting enrolment in French immersion is putting Surrey School District in a staffing crunch.

Electoral reform subject of forum in South Surrey

Voters in Semiahmoo Peninsula rejected provincial change in 2009

Dario Jam honours slain teen in South Surrey

Dario Jam takes place in South Surrey Athletic Park Sept. 10, 1-5 p.m.

Darts Hill hosts Saturday Strolls

Saturday Strolls are back on at Darts Hill Garden Park this month.

Olympic swimmer visits Pacific Sea Wolves in Surrey

Swimmer teaches local club a few things in the pool

Wait-lists for French immersion persist

Not all new students get first choice when starting school

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