Sheila Reynolds

Surrey man who molested son’s friend granted release from jail

R.R.B. has served two-thirds of his prison sentence for years of child sexual abuse.

Celebrating 20 years of song

Surrey's Lyric Singers marks two decades of performance with a 'best of' concert in New Westminster this weekend.

‘We can’t keep up. We need some help here.’

Surrey trustee wants city to help lobby for school building money.

Sex offender who was living in Surrey now moving to Delta

Delta Police issue warning about James Conway, whose history includes child sex offences.

Surrey nixes courses for graduated adults

Free upgrading will no longer be offered in light of provincial funding cuts.

No one injured after plane crash lands on Delta highway

Police believe small aircraft lost power, forcing it to land on Highway 91.

‘Silence perpetuates violence’

Surrey Women's Centre shares stories of abuse survivors to give a voice to those who have been hurt.

Update: Surrey and Delta school boards blast Bill 11

Education minister Peter Fassbender responds to concerns that proposed legislation erodes elected trustees' autonomy.

Adult education fees to hit Surrey students hard

As of May 1, all high school graduates – including those from other countries – will have to pay tuition to upgrade courses in B.C.

Surrey shooting victim was nephew of Newton MLA Harry Bains

Police concerned about retaliation after Arun Bains, 22, killed Sunday morning.

‘Do the right and brave thing,’ police plead after fatal Surrey shooting

24-hour tip line set up to gather information about recent gun violence on Surrey and Delta streets.

Surrey teens disciplined for sharing inappropriate student photos

Action of 12 senior students at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary investigated

Delta officer charged in Surrey shooting that injured man

Cop facing one count of careless use of a firearm in connection with 2013 incident.

Fifth man charged, pleads guilty in Surrey cold case

Four others still to be tried for beating death of David Mitchell (pictured here) in 2006.

Surrey’s e-portfolio school initiative wins $50,000 prize

Surrey School District lands Cmolik Prize for Enhancement of Public Education in B.C. for digital assessment initiative.

Surrey man pleads guilty to three homicides

Sarbjit Bains admits to murders of 29-year-old in Surrey and two New Westminster women in 2013.

Transit Watch provides more eyes and ears for police

Volunteer patrols "observe and report" what's going on near transit locations in Surrey.

Digital Surrey school program records student learning daily

Innovative initiative puts school district in the running for $50,000 prize.

Accused murderer to stand trial for Delta man’s 2013 death

Sarbjit Bains is charged with killing Amritpal Saran (pictured here), as well as two New Westminster women.

Hepatitis A cases at Surrey school spark vaccination clinic

Free immunizations at North Ridge Elementary today after several people diagnosed with liver virus.