Matthew Hoekstra

White Rock student wins scholarship to study abroad

Marlyn Allison to study arts in the United Kingdom

White Rock market awards students with $1,000 scholarships

Eric Wirsching of Surrey and Kimberly Martin of Abbotsford will each receive a $1,000 prize.

Peace Arch hospital foundation unveils plans for 200-bed care facility

Care facility is being planned concurrently with a renovated and expanded emergency department.

White Rock parishioners take up cause to halt sale

A new group called Save Star of the Sea is trying to keep a Catholic presence in White Rock.

White Rock ‘copter complaints rerouted to feds, Semiahmoo band

Tour company is operating within Transport Canada rules, leaving residents upset over the noise with little recourse.

Semiahmoo water fine, but itch persists

Bacterial counts at White Rock and Crescent Beach are among the lowest in decade

Parade, pirates, pyrotechnics dazzle spectators on White Rock waterfront

White Rock Sea Festival celebrates 67th year with a weekend of activities.

Life throws South Surrey mom ‘curveball’ of Parkinson’s disease

Liz Campbell-Holroyd is organizing White rock's first fundraising walk for Parkinson Society BC.

B.C. Day is more than just a day off

B.C. was last province to get a long weekend in August - ushered in by a Surrey MLA

New tax predicted to slow local real estate market

The province is imposing a 15 per cent transfer tax on residential real estate purchases by foreign nationals.

Rainbow flag flies in White Rock

City recognizes pride week at flag-raising ceremony July 25

Beachfront chopper tours in White Rock irk residents

Residents say noise is 'too much,' but operator says impact is exaggerated

Tories raised most in South Surrey-White Rock

Financial statements filed with Elections Canada show local Conservative riding association pulled in most money

White Rock gearing up for sea festival

White Rock Sea Festival returns this weekend with fireworks, torchlight parade

Man who was once deported from Canada, arrested at border

The man reportedly also told authorities he was going to commit suicide.

Surrey shelves road plan for 32 Avenue

No relief to congestion at busy South Surrey intersection for five years

Community steps up to support White Rock fire victims

Churches raise nearly $30,000; individuals and businesses raise thousands more

Sister inspires White Rock cystic fibrosis fundraiser

Their time together was short, but local woman is keeping sister's memory alive.

Support grows for Ocean Park orchard

City of Surrey staff urging civic politicians to support fruit tree proposal

Firefighters recognize student whose family business was destroyed by fire

Marine Drive fire gutted family business, but Valeria Carvalho maintained grades

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